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ahs - AMERICAN BUREAU OF SHIPPING

AMERICAN BUREAU OF SHIPPING

    CHECK SHEET ON ANNUAL HULL CLASS SURVEY AND ANNUAL LOAD LINE INSPECTION WHEN CARRIED OUT SIMULTANEOUSLY

    VESSEL "VIGILANT" CLASS NO. 7811228 Associated REPORT NO. NO570345 DATE 09 DECEMBER 2004

     Rule YES NO N/A

    1. The weather decks, hull plating and its closing appliances together with watertight penetrations was (7-3-2/1.1) generally examined as far as practicable and considered satisfactory.

    The following parts were particularly examined and considered satisfactory. a. Protection of Hatch Openings. (7-3-2/1.1.1)

    1. Confirmation that no unapproved changes have been made to the hatch covers, hatch coamings and their securing and sealing devices since the last survey. (7-3-2/1.1.1(a))

    2. The exposed steel hatch covers to confirm structural integrity and weather tightness (7-3-2/1.1.1(a))

    3. It was confirmed that there was no areas of extensive wastage of hatch covers and (7-3-2/1.1.1(a)) hatch coamings found which required thickness gaugings and renewals.

    4. Hatches fitted with mechanically operated steel covers, including examination of hatch (7-3-2/1.1.1(b)) covers, including all plating and stiffeners; gaskets, gasket retaining channels, compression bars, drain channels, drains (and non-return valves, if fitted); steel to steel contact between cover and coaming, support pads, cleats; and operating systems, including hydraulic cylinders, piping and pumps, link mechanism and bell ranks, wires and chain drives, hydraulic rank and pinion (as fitted).

    5. Hatches fitted with wooden covers on portable beams or steel pontoon covers including (7-3-2/1.1.1(c)) examination of wooden covers and portable beams, carriers or sockets for the portable beams, and their securing devices;.steel pontoons, including locator chocks; tarpaulins’ cleats, battens and wedges; and hatch securing bars and their securing devices.

    6. The hatch coaming plating including deck connection; stiffeners; stays; pads; chocks (7-3-2/1.1.1(d)) and brackets.

    7. Selective operation of all mechanically operated hatch covers including stowage and (7-3-2/1.1.1(e)) securing in open condition; proper fit and efficiency of sealing in closed condition; and operational testing of hydraulic and power components, wires; chains, and link drives.

    8. The specially approved gasketless hatch cover arrangements. (7-3-2/1.1.1(f))

    b. Protection of Other Openings. (7-3-2/1.1.2)

    1. Hatchways, manholes and scuttles in the freeboard deck and superstructure decks. (7-3-2/1.1.2(a))

    2. Machinery casings, fiddley covers, funnel annular spaces, skylights, companionways and (7-3-2/1.1.2(b)) deckhouses protecting openings in the freeboard deck or enclosed superstructure decks.

    3. Portlights together with deadcovers or other openings in the vessel’s sides or ends below (7-3-2/1.1.2(c)) the freeboard deck or in way of enclosed superstructures.

    4. a. Ventilators, air pipes together with flame screens, scuppers and discharges serving (7-3-2/1.1.2(d)) spaces on or below the freeboard/weather deck as applicable. b. Air pipe "closure devices" were randomly opened out and their condition found or placed in satisfactory condition. Particular attention is to be paid to the condition of zinc coating in heads constructed from galvanized steel.

    5. Watertight bulkheads, bulkhead penetrations, end bulkheads of enclosed super- (7-3-2/1.1.2(e)) structures and the operation of any doors in same.

    6. Weathertight doors and closing appliances for all of the above including stiffening, dogs, (7-3-2/1.1.2(f)) hinges and gaskets.

    7. The proper operation of the weathertight doors and closing appliances was confirmed. (7-3-2/1.1.2(f)) 2. Freeing ports together with bars, shutters and hinges were examined and considered satisfactory. (7-3-2/1.1.3) 3. Means of protection for crew, guard rails, bulwarks, lifelines, gangways and deck houses (7-3-2/1.1.4) accommodating crew, as fitted were examined, and considered satisfactory. AHS A Revision 15 Page 1 of 3

VESSEL "VIGILANT" CLASS NO. 7811228

    Associated REPORT NO. NO570345 DATE 09 DECEMBER 2004

     Rule YES NO N/A

    4. a. Loading guidance, including loading & unloading sequences and/or stability data were (7-3-2/1.1.5) verified on board as applicable. b. Loading instrument, where accepted/required for classification, was confirmed in working order (7-3-2/1.1.5) by use of the approved check conditions, and the user’s manual was verified on board.

    5. It was verified that no alterations to the hull or superstructure(s) have been made that would (7-3-2/1.1.6) affect the calculation determining the position of the Load Lines. The freeboard marks were sighted, found plainly visible, or recut and/or painted as required

    6. Anchors and chain cables, anchor windlass including foundation, prime mover, shafting, wildcats, (7-3-2/1.1.7) brakes, controls, and chain stoppers were examined as far as possible and found satisfactory. 7. No significant changes were found to have been made to the arrangement of structural fire (7-3-2/1.1.8) protection. Fire doors, where fitted, were operationally tested and considered satisfactory. 8. Verification that means for escape from accommodation, machinery space, and other spaces are (7-3-2/1.1.8) satisfactory

    9. a. Suspect areas of the hull, (locations showing substantial corrosion and/or are considered by (7-3-2/1.1.9) the Surveyor to be prone to rapid wastage) were examined, considered satisfactory and no thickness measurements considered necessary.

    b. Suspect areas, which were identified at previous Intermediate and/or Special Survey Hull, were (7-3-2/1.1.9) examined, thickness measurements taken and considered satisfactory.

    10. SALT WATER BALLAST SPACES (All Vessels) (7-3-2/1.1.9)

    a. As a consequence of POOR coating condition, where SOFT coating has been applied or NO coating applied, salt water ballast tanks other than double bottom tanks were internally examined, considered satisfactory and no thickness measurements considered necessary.

    b. As a consequence of POOR coating condition, where SOFT coating has been applied or NO coating applied, in double bottom salt water ballast tanks where substantial corrosion is documented were internally examined, considered satisfactory and no thickness measurements considered necessary

    c. For vessels > 15 years, at least three (3) ballast tanks, other than double bottom tanks, in way of spaces designated for the carriage of cargo, where Fair coating conditions were identified at the previous INT or SSH were internally examined.

    d. Peak tanks, where Fair coating conditions were identified at the previous INT or SSH were internally examined

    11. GAUGINGS: Hull thickness gaugings were taken as a consequence of this survey, as noted on (7-3-2/1.1.9) the attached GRF check sheet.

    12. Where vessel fitted with Helicopter Deck, securing arrangements and safety nets were (7-3-2/1.1.10) examined and considered satisfactory.

    13. An examination was made of the structural arrangements, fittings and appliances as related (7-3-2/1.1.13) to timber, tanker or special Load Line assignments (if any) and all considered satisfactory.

    14. For bulk carriers and general cargo ships ? 15 years of age, 36 photos (total) were taken in way of ballast tanks, combined cargo ballast tanks and cargo holds, where these spaces are required to be internally examined, and of main deck hatch covers and closing appliances as applicable. Two (2) or three (3) photos were taken of the outside hull and main deck and two (2) or three (3) photos were taken of machinery spaces. 15. Annual Load Line Inspection was carried out at this time. Following items are in addition to those items required for class elsewhere in this report that are also pertaining to ALLl)

    a. Scuppers, inlets and overboard discharges were externally examined as accessible including their attachment to shell and any means of positive closing of valves and considered satisfactory.

    b. The freeboard marks were verified to be in accordance with the Load Line Certificate

    c. If this vessel maintains concurrent Loadline assignments, have all sets of Certificates been appropriately endorsed?

    d. A copy of the form LL-11D (or equivalent form issued by another class society) was verified as being on board.

    AHS A Revision 15 Page 2 of 3

    VESSEL "VIGILANT" CLASS NO. 7811228 Associated REPORT NO. NO570345 DATE 09 DECEMBER 2004

     Rule YES NO N/A

    16. Supplemental survey check sheets as applicable were completed and attached as follows:

    a. Barges including manned barges and accommodation and hotel barges. (Form AHS B)

    b. Aluminum vessels, Reinforced Plastic (FRP) vessels, Passenger vessels, and High Speed Craft of FRP Construction. (Form AHS C)

    c. Tankers, with or without ESP notation, and Tank Barges. (Form AHS D)

    d. Bulk Carriers with ESP notation. (Form AHS E)

    e. General Dry Cargo Vessels ESDC. (Form AHS F)

    f. Annual Survey ISM. (Form AISM)

    g. Chemical Cargo Features. (Form ASCHEM)

    h. Liquefied Gas Cargo Features. (Form ASLG)

    i. RO-RO Vessels’ Shell and Inner Doors. (Form ASRORO)

    j. Biennial Hull Class Surveys of Steel Floating Dry-docks. (Form DRYDOCK)

    k. MODUs. (Form MODU)

    l. Underwater Systems and Vehicles. (Form USV)

    m. Inert Gas Systems. (Form ASIGS)

    n. Tanker Status Verification. (Form TSV) 17. If vessel's Hull is on a Continuous Survey Cycle (CHS) have all items due or overdue been completed or granted an extension? If response is NO, then AHS cannot be credited you cannot endorse the Class Certificate for Annual Surveys.

    18. Was the Class Certificate endorsed for Annual Survey?

Remarks:

    Nicholas Owen, Surveyor AHS A Revision 15 Page 3 of 3

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