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BUNKER QUANTITY SURVEY REPORT


Vessel

M.V. Olympic Pioneer

Port

Voyage No.

Berth

Report No.

ZMS/ CH /PANDI /
JAN/164/ 2014

Client

M/s Cargill Ocean


Transportation Pte Ltd.

Date

12th MAY 2014

Agent

M/s GAC Shipping(india) Pvt


Ltd.

Reviewed & Approved By

Krishnapatnam
No.4

VKH

TABLE OF CONTENTS

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Vessel

M.V. Olympic Pioneer

Port

Krishnapatnam

Report No.

ZMS/ CH / / JAN/164/ 2014

Voy. No.

Date

13.05.2014

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SHIP PERSONNEL...................................................................................................

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VESSEL PARTICULARS.............................................................................................

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BUNKER SURVEY & FINDINGS ON 07.05.2014 / 1400 LT.............................................

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BUNKER SURVEY & FINDINGS ON 09.05.2014 / 2300 LT.............................................

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CONCLUSIONS.....................................................................................................10

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ENCLOSURES:......................................................................................................11

SHIP PERSONNEL
Master

Capt. Tulunin Sergei


Mr.Lysov Romen
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This inspection has been carried out to the best of our knowledge, available information and accessibility at the time of inspection. The report
is being issued without prejudice. This report should be used in totality and has no direct or indirect implication on any other contract between
the buyer(s) or seller(s).

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Vessel

M.V. Olympic Pioneer

Port

Krishnapatnam

Report No.

ZMS/ CH / / JAN/164/ 2014

Voy. No.

Date

13.05.2014

Mr.Arkhipov Andrey

Chief Engineer

VESSEL PARTICULARS
Name

M.V. Olympic pioneer

Type of Vessel

Bulk Carrier

Flag / Port of Registry

Marshall islands / Majuro

Call Sign

V7XU5

IMO Number/Official No

9513830/ 4573

Year of Built

2012

L. O. A. / L. B. P.

187.928 Mtrs / 182.543 Mtrs

Breadth / Depth Moulded

32.26 Mtrs / 18.30 Mtrs

Gross / Net Tonnage

32795/ 18550 MT

Summer Deadweight

55443 MT

Summer Displacement

Summer Draft

12.868 Mtrs

Light Ship

10496 MT

Classification

DNV

Hatches / Holds

Five / Five

Managers

M/s. Salt water maritime Ltd.

Upon confirmation of Appointment, We contacted our Agents M/S GAC Shipping


India Pvt Ltd and bunker supplier from M/s Kan Enterprises w.r.to the subject vessel
schedule and regarding information about the bunker trucks arrival at port.

Before bunkering:
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This inspection has been carried out to the best of our knowledge, available information and accessibility at the time of inspection. The report
is being issued without prejudice. This report should be used in totality and has no direct or indirect implication on any other contract between
the buyer(s) or seller(s).

Vessel

M.V. Olympic Pioneer

Port

Krishnapatnam

Report No.

ZMS/ CH / / JAN/164/ 2014

Voy. No.

Date

13.05.2014

We were informed to board the subject vessel, scheduled to berth no. 04 @


Krishnapatnam on 05th July / early AM Hrs and we waited for bunker trucks.
Around 0800 hrs (LT) bunker trucks (6 no) were arrived at berth no.04 for
inspection. The bunker suppliers connected the hose from portable pump to ships
manifold by themselves, under ship staffs supervision. They cleaned and rubbed
the previous gaskets and fix the new gaskets then hose was fitted to the bunker
lines of the vessel. Subsequently the initial bunker checklists were discussed along
with all parties whose are included.
At 1000 LT hrs we invited the vessels chief engineer and Bunker supplier
representative to measure sound/ gauged of the ships fuel tanks. The tanks are
sounded/gauged as per our checklist by Cargill. After completing
sounding/gauging the fuel oil transfer pumps inlet and outlet valves were sealed in
the presence of all parties.

Trucks inspection:
We checked the bunker trucks one by one and ensure that all were sealed and not
in broken condition. Each truck has a dip rod to ascertain the oil quantity in the
truck compartments, each trucks have 4 to 5 compartments depends upon tanker
manufactures. We inspected seals of every truck which were found in good
condition and therefore the seals were broken in the presence of the 4th engineer of
the vessel. Each compartment of the truck was inspected individually with the dip
rod of the respective trucks and varied measurements were noted. The
temperatures of each truck were checked with the temperature gun.
Note: There was no calibration table in each trucks, hence inspected as above
instructed.

Bunkering operation on 05/07/2014:


After completing truck inspection, the first truck was placed near to the portable
pump. A pressure test was conducted by the bunker supplier in the presence of
ships staff for safe bunker operation. After the pressure test a hose was connected
from portable pump to trucks outlet valve of the bunker truck. After ensuring that
all hose were ready for bunkering, hence bunkering started at 1230 (LT) hrs. The
first truck was completed at 1315 (LT) hrs. The entire amount of oil was pumped
out from truck to ships nominated tank 2(S). A hose was disconnected from the
bunker truck without spillages for safe operation. The next truck was placed as
same as the first truck was placed and the bunkering operation were carried same
as above mentioned for the first truck. Completed 6 bunker trucks pumping fuel oil
to the nominated tank at 1710 (LT) hrs on 05th July 2014. After getting information
from bunker supplier the 7th truck was delayed due to mechanical failure, it was in
repairing condition and expected on the next day. So ships staff request to
disconnect the bunker line from the ships manifold, the bunker supplier
disconnected the hose from ships bunker manifold at 1830 (LT) hrs.

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This inspection has been carried out to the best of our knowledge, available information and accessibility at the time of inspection. The report
is being issued without prejudice. This report should be used in totality and has no direct or indirect implication on any other contract between
the buyer(s) or seller(s).

Vessel

M.V. Olympic Pioneer

Port

Krishnapatnam

Report No.

ZMS/ CH / / JAN/164/ 2014

Voy. No.

Date

13.05.2014

Hence we inspected the engine room for the seals in place prior ceasing operations
for the day, sampling bottle seals against any tampering. The nominated tank 2(S)
took ullage and calculated the oil quantity found same as supplied.

Bunkering operation on 06/07/2014:


We boarded the vessel at 0830 (LT) hrs, informed ships crew about the 7th bunker
truck remaining to load fuel oil into the nominated tank 2(S). Then we inspected
the engine room fuel oil transfer pump inlet and outlet valves and ensure the seals
were in place also not in broken. We sounded the nominated tank 2(S) checked the
oil quantity, found same as last received quantity. The bunker supplier connected
their hose to ships bunker manifold. The 7th bunker truck arrived at 1000 hrs (LT).
Before connecting hose we checked the 7th truck same as above mentioned, the
observations were noted. After completed inspection the hose were connected
from portable pump to bunker truck, the bunkering operation started at 1055 hrs
(LT). the completed bunker pumping to the nominated tank at 1125 hrs (LT). after
completed bunkering we inspected the engine room fuel oil transfer pump inlet and
outlet valve seals were placed same as sealed. Then we sounded/gauged the
nominated tank 2(S) and calculated the received quantity as same as bunker
delivery note quantity issued by bunker supplier. Completed inspection of all
bunker tanks to ascertain the bunker quantity by all parties who were involved in
the operation at 1230 hrs (LT). After completed operation the bunker supplier
disconnected the line from ships manifold and completed operation at 1300 hrs
(LT).

Sampling:
Two types of samples prepared by both parties, Vessel were carried out sampling
from bunker manifold by continuous drip cubitainer as per Marpol Annex VI
procedures. The bunker supplier collected the samples from bunker trucks manifold
by method of composite all bunker trucks.
The bunker supplier submitted their samples of 2 containers to the vessels chief
engineer one for Vessel retention purposes, another one for Marpol Annex VI. The
seal no.s of sample containers were noted. The vessel had made 5 containers of
samples for Vessel retention, Marpol Annex VI, Bunker supplier, Laboratory
analysis, Bunker Surveyor. We take out bunker surveyor sample container for
testing purposes. Each container seal no.s was noted as instructed.

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This inspection has been carried out to the best of our knowledge, available information and accessibility at the time of inspection. The report
is being issued without prejudice. This report should be used in totality and has no direct or indirect implication on any other contract between
the buyer(s) or seller(s).

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Vessel

M.V. Olympic Pioneer

Port

Krishnapatnam

Report No.

ZMS/ CH / / JAN/164/ 2014

Voy. No.

Date

13.05.2014

ENCLOSURES:
Sr.No.
1
2
3
4
5

Enclosure
Bunker Survey Report on 07.05.2014 H.S & L.S
Bunker Survey Report on 09.05.2014 H.S & L.S
Joint Bunker survey report on 09.05.2014 Signed
by all parties
Correspondence Copy refusal by charterers to
attend invited joint bunker survey on 07.05.0214
Correspondence Copy refusal by Suppliers to
attend invited joint bunker survey on 07.05.0214

Yes

No

N/A

Issued Without Prejudice

Surveyor
Zebec Marine Services Pvt. Ltd

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This inspection has been carried out to the best of our knowledge, available information and accessibility at the time of inspection. The report
is being issued without prejudice. This report should be used in totality and has no direct or indirect implication on any other contract between
the buyer(s) or seller(s).