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Crude Oil Washing

1:- Understanding Crude Oil Washing Onboard Crude oil washing (COW) is a compulsory task that the masters and officers of the ship handle during voyages that mainly concern the shipment of

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Air Compressor in Ships

1:- Introduction Air compressors on ships fill multiple necessities, from airing pneumatic instruments to providing air for vital systems. Now, let’s start with the very basics of air compressors on ships,

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Ship Chartering

Ship Chartering Overview  This article will provide you with an in-depth look into ship chartering, including discussions on the opportunities and skills required in this important part of the maritime industry.

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Boiler Starting Procedure

1. Overview The boiler starting procedure ensures safe and efficient operation by following key steps: checking alarms, purging sequences, igniting the pilot burner, verifying main burner ignition, regulating fuel oil flow,

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Fresh Water Generator on Ship

Fresh water generators are critical on ships, primarily because access to freshwater sources is restricted at sea. Ships require fresh water for various onboard uses; therefore, freshwater generation systems are critical

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Ballast Water Treatment System

1. Ballast Water Treatment System Ballast water treatment systems (BWTS) are indispensable mechanisms installed on ships to sanitize ballast water, crucial for maintaining stability and preventing ecological disruptions during voyages. By

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Trim of Ship

Overview The stability of a vessel refers to its uprightness on the water’s surface, crucial for safe navigation. Ship stability can be categorized into two types: transverse and longitudinal stability. Transverse

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Transverse Stability of Ship

1. Basic Understanding of Transverse Stability The transverse stability of a ship refers to a ship’s capacity to stay balanced despite being tilted to one side. The healing can happen due

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Crude Oil Washing

1:- Understanding Crude Oil Washing Onboard Crude oil washing (COW) is a compulsory task that the masters and officers of the ship handle during voyages that mainly concern the shipment of

Read More »

Air Compressor in Ships

1:- Introduction Air compressors on ships fill multiple necessities, from airing pneumatic instruments to providing air for vital systems. Now, let’s start with the very basics of air compressors on ships,

Read More »

Boiler Starting Procedure

1. Overview The boiler starting procedure ensures safe and efficient operation by following key steps: checking alarms, purging sequences, igniting the pilot burner, verifying main burner ignition, regulating fuel oil flow,

Read More »

Fresh Water Generator on Ship

Fresh water generators are critical on ships, primarily because access to freshwater sources is restricted at sea. Ships require fresh water for various onboard uses; therefore, freshwater generation systems are critical

Read More »

Ballast Water Treatment System

1. Ballast Water Treatment System Ballast water treatment systems (BWTS) are indispensable mechanisms installed on ships to sanitize ballast water, crucial for maintaining stability and preventing ecological disruptions during voyages. By

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Inert Gas System

Overview Inert Gas Systems (IGS) are vital safety mechanisms on oil vessels, displacing flammable gases with inert ones to prevent explosions. They consist of generators, scrubbers, blowers, and safety features, ensuring

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Digitalization in Shipping Industry

1. Overview Digitalization is the process of using digital technologies to revolutionize traditional corporate processes and operations, it comprises the integration of technologies such as IoT, AI, Big Data Analytics, and

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Displacement of a Ship

1. Introduction  Displacement is commonly used to denote the mass of the ship in tonnes. Technically, it is the mass of water displaced by a ship and, when floating freely, the

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Bunkering & Bunkering Operation

1. Introduction The term bunkering is typically associated with the shipping industry. Bunkering refers to the process of refueling the vessel for its regular operations. It involves the transfer of fuel,

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Ship Chartering

Ship Chartering Overview  This article will provide you with an in-depth look into ship chartering, including discussions on the opportunities and skills required in this important part of the maritime industry.

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Merchant Navy V/S Ship Brokering

Overview Both ship brokering and the merchant navy have benefits and drawbacks altogether. Merchant Navy involves working on commercial vessels, including different types of vessels, transportation of goods and people by

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What is Commercial Shipping?

Overview 1:- What is Commercial Shipping? Commercial shipping refers to the business of transporting goods, commodities, and materials by sea for trade and commerce. It is a crucial element of the

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How to Become a Ship Broker.

Overview  A ship broker is a professional who works as a mediator between charters and owners. They facilitate the buying, and selling of the vessels. They are responsible for the handling

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How to Become a Marine Pilot?

The Merchant Navy offers a plethora of opportunities at sea and offshore. The skill set acquired at sea can be translated into professions such as that of a Marine Pilot. A

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Port State Control | A Comprehensive Guide

Overview 1:- Why is Port State Control Necessary? Port State Control (PSC) is necessary for several reasons: Port state control is essential to preserving environmental integrity, upholding safety standards, and encouraging

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How to Become a Vessel Data Manager

Overview What Is Vessel Data and its Importance? Vessel Data Overview: Importance in Maritime Operations: Data Management: What Is a Vessel Data Manager? A Vessel Data Manager, sometimes referred to as

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Top 3 Insurance for Seafarers

A ship’s life span is protected against various damages and natural calamities. This is known as Marine Insurance, which is vital to modern-day shipping. Practically speaking, anything that you touch and

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Top Mutual Funds for SIP

“If your money can not grow when you are sleeping then you will keep working throughout your life” Mutual Fund refers to professional pooling of assets from shareholders in stocks, bonds

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Financial Planning for Seafarers

The Merchant Navy offers a lucrative salary. It is one of the popular reasons for aspirants to join the vessel. But money alone cannot guarantee financial stability in life. It comes

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Cryptocurrency for Seafarers

We know that a currency is the standardization of money in any form, in use or circulation as a medium of exchange, for example, banknotes and coins. So how is this

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Term Insurance for Seafarers

Overview 1:- Types of Life Insurance 1.1:- Endowment 1.2:- Whole Life Insurance 1.3:- Money Back Policy 1.4:- Unit Linked Insurance Plan (ULIPs) 1.5:- Term Insurance 2:- Term Insurance v/s Life Insurance.

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