Our cases

Below you will find a range of cases in which our office has been involved in the past. in these cases, we have carried out the surveys, (repair) supervision, investigations, etc. as well as the reporting in the Dutch, English or German language. 

Collision between two inland vessels.

Collision between two inland vessels On the Albert Canal in Belgium a head-to-head collision took place between an inland tanker and a push combination. The damage to the tanker in particular was considerable and repairs had to be carried out immediately.  We were...

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Damage Bergen diesel of a seagoing tanker

Damage Bergen diesel of a seagoing tanker On arrival at Mossel Bay anchorage, South Africa, portside main engine, of an unloaded seagoing tanker of a Dutch shipping company, automatically shut down due to low lube oil pressure, followed by a black-out. The cartridges...

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Damage to the wheelhouse of an inland vessel

Damage to the wheelhouse of an inland vessel A push boat had to pass under a traffic bridge to shift an empty barge. The liftable wheelhouse was in the highest position, the bridge could normally be passed without any problem. However, the skipper had not taken into...

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Damage to reduction gearbox of seagoing tanker

Damage to reduction gearbox of seagoing tanker During a routine check of the reduction gearbox of a seagoing tanker, damage to the gearing is discovered. The ship is equipped with a MaK main engine that drives the adjustable propeller via a ZF gearbox.  We are...

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Small barge sailed over and sunk

Small barge sailed over and sunk A French barge loaded with approximately 350 tons of fertilizer was on its way from Rotterdam-Botlek to France. On the Dordtse Kil the ship was overrun by an unloaded inland waterway tanker coming behind. The much smaller barge...

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Damage to main engine due to cat fines

Damage to main engine due to cat fines A Danish VLCC encountered serious problems with her Sulzer diesel main engine relating to the combustion after consuming HFO bunkered at the Bahamas. Vessel managed to complete her voyage to Rotterdam-Maasvlakte. Upon unloading...

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Sailing yacht sunk in the harbour

Sailing yacht sunk in the harbour During the winter season a sailing yacht was moored in Marina Port Zélande in Ouddorp. Shortly after New Year, the harbour master noticed that the yacht had sunk almost completely. It was no longer possible to pump the boat empty at...

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Reach stacker sunk during unloading

Reach stacker sunk during unloading During the RoRo-unloading of a new reach stacker at a Rotterdam terminal, it ended up in the port and sank to a depth of 12 m. We were appointed by terminal liability insurers to serve their interests, in which we were involved in...

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