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AO1 BERTHING THE VESSEL


The vessel is to remain in the dry-dock for the time required to complete
all the items included in this specification which are associated with
underwater hull and fittings.
The vessel is to be placed on the blocks in an alternative position to that
used at the previous dry docking.
Docking of the vessel is to be in strict accordance with the Austal Docking
Plan drawing number KSA02-100-103. Technical Superintendent is to
inspect blocks and cappings before vessel docks and any blocks or caps in
question are to be renewed.
Shoring and unshoring to be arranged as required.
Should the Yard, for their own convenience, wish to keep the vessel in dry-
dock after all work is completed, then chargeable dock dues will cease at
the time of completion of the work which required the vessel to be in dry
in dock.
Yard to advise:
1. Number of days required in the Dry-dock (inclusive of any overtime) to
complete the work specified, to be stated in running days.
2. Number of days required in the Yard (inclusive of any overtime) to
complete the work specified, to be stated in running days, including the
time given in i) above.
3. Number of shifts per day Yard will work to complete the work in the time
stated in 1) and 2) above.
4. Any statutory holidays within the stemmed period when there will be no
work carried out in the Yard.
Quote for:
1. For docking and undocking including tugs, pilots, boatmen, linesmen and
first day dock dues.
2. Dock dues per subsequent days vessel will be in dry-dock.
3. Wharfage per day at wet repair berth.
4. Overtime premium (if any).
5. Removal and replacement of one keel block for access
6. Install and remove gangways (sufficient number to comply with local and
Yard regulations during vessels stay in Yard.

A02 FIRE PRECAUTIONS


Water Services to be connected from dockside to vessel's fire main.
Adequate pressure to be maintained at all times whilst vessel is in dry
dock, and also at repair berth should vessel's fire fighting appliances be
inoperable due to repairs or defects.
A fireman will always be on duty at each sight within the vessel where hot
work is being carried out. The fireman will have no other responsibilities at
the work site and will ensure a charged fire hose or suitable fire
extinguisher is close to hand ready for immediate use.
Quote for:
1. water services per day
2. connection and disconnection
3. fireman per day
A03 - BILGES
Portable pump to be supplied and rigged for pumping out bilges during repair
period. Bilges to be pumped and water to be disposed of according to local
regulations.

Quote for:
1. service per day
2. per tonne water disposed

A04 COMPRESSED AIR


Quote for:
1. connection and disconnection of dry compressed air at 7 Bar
2. continuous supply per 24 hours

A05 SHORE POWER


Connect and supply during dry dock period if required by Owner's Representative.
Price to include connection of temporary Earth wire as required.
Quote for:
1. consumption per kW hour at 440V, 60Hz, 3 phase, 400 Amp supply
2. connection, disconnection and phase check

A06 FRESH WATER


Supply the necessary fresh water for filling domestic storage tanks as required by
the Chief Engineer Officer.
Quote for:
1. per tonne
2. connection and disconnection charges

A07- TELEPHONES
Quote for supply of:
1. One (1) telephone on Bridge to have 24 hour service and no restriction
over area of calls.

A08 CHEMIST GAS FREE CERTIFICATES


The contractor is to furnish the services of a Certified Chemist and provide Gas
Free Certificates to enable repairs to be carried out as per Specification.
Quote for:
1. per visit.
2. per hotwork certificate

A09 SEWAGE
Ship's sewage system will be on line during dry dock period.
Ships discharges to be coupled to shore collection tank.
Quote for:
1. collection and disposal of 10 m3 waste water and sewage.
2. connection and disconnection.

A10 REFUSE & GARBAGE


Waste skips of 4 cubic metre capacity to provide for galley and accommodation
waste. These skips are to be removed daily and freshly washed skips to be
provided.
Quote for:
1. supply of skips for quoted repair period
2. supply of polluted products waste bins
disposal and destruction of polluted products
A11 CRANAGE
Crane assistance to be provided for Owner's provisions, stores etc, in dry dock.
Quote for 2 cranes
1. per hour.
2. per day
3. the whole period

A12- PROTECTION OF ACCOMODATION


Ships staff
Working alleyway decks in accommodation to be protected by hard board or other
low fire spread material as designated by Owner's Representative.

A13 CHERRY PICKERS


Supply of cherry picker with reach of 12 mtr, without driver, crew member to
operate.
Quote for;
hire per hour
hire per day.
hire per complete period
B1 PORT T-FOIL
Ships Staff
Whilst the vessel is in dry-dock carry out a function test as soon as the dock is
dry.
NOTE - Should the LTD need removing see Ride Control Manual -> Interceptor ->
Maintenance 3.3
1. Inspect the sleeve bearings
2. Inspect thrust washers
3. Repack the connector rod gland

B2 STBD T-FOIL
Ships Staff
Whilst the vessel is in dry-dock carry out a function test as soon as the dock is
dry.
NOTE - Should the LTD need removing see Ride Control Manual -> Interceptor ->
Maintenance 3.3
1. Inspect the sleeve bearings
2. Inspect thrust washers
3. Repack the connector rod gland

B3 PORT INTERCEPTOR
Ships Staff
Whilst the vessel is in dry-dock carry out a function test as soon as the dock is
dry.
NOTE - Should the LTD need removing see Ride Control Manual -> Interceptor ->
Maintenance 3.3
1. Inspect connector rod end bearings - If there is any adverse movement in the
bearings (composite spherical) then they should be replaced.
2. Inspect the Interceptor guide bearings - The interceptor running bearings
should be replaced or swapped from back to front if there is more than 5mm of
wear on the bearing surface. The forward bearings will wear at a much lower rate
than the aft bearings, so it is often feasible to swap the forward and aft bearings
rather than replacing them in the first instance.

B4 STBD INTERCEPTOR
Ships Staff
Whilst the vessel is in dry-dock carry out a function test as soon as the dock is
dry.
NOTE - Should the LTD need removing see Ride Control Manual -> Interceptor ->
Maintenance 3.3
1. Inspect connector rod end bearings - If there is any adverse movement in the
bearings (composite spherical) then they should be replaced.
2. Inspect the Interceptor guide bearings - The interceptor running bearings
should be replaced or swapped from back to front if there is more than 5mm of
wear on the bearing surface. The forward bearings will wear at a much lower rate
than the aft bearings, so it is often feasible to swap the forward and aft bearings
rather than replacing them in the first instance.

B5 BULKHEAD SEALS
Ships Staff
Before starting tasks below read Espey Burgmann Bulkhead Seal Manual (507.08)
During Annual Drydock
1. Dismantle & Inspect all Bulkhead Seals
2. Report findings & repairs
3. CHECK THAT THERE IS ENOUGH CLEARANCE TO REMOVE SHAFT
B6 SO SHAFT SEALS
Shaft seal to be replaced by KaMeWa.
Yard may need to assist
Quote Cost/hour for fitter

B7 SI SHAFT SEALS
Shaft seal to be replaced by KaMeWa.
Yard may need to assist
Quote Cost/hour for fitter

B8 WINDOW INSPECTION
With the aid of a Cherry picker and with a ships representative present.
1. Inspect External window caulking to ensure that bond and seal between
glass and aluminum structure is showing no sign of deterioration. This can
be done with a HP hose whilst Ship representative watches from inside
2. Check there are no external cracks with Ships Representative on board
Cherry picker
Quote for complete job above

B9 SCUPPERS, FREEING PORTS, SANITARY DISCHS


1. Valves and ports to be inspected by Ships crew and overhauled as required.
Yard may need to assist
Quote Cost/hour for fitter

B10 STBD FWD SEA SUCTIONS


Sea inlet box to be cleaned out. Sea inlet box to be painted with anti foul.
The Sea water filter chest to be cleaned out and the filter basket to be repaired if
necessary. Anodes to be inspected and replaced if necessary.
The following valves to be removed and inspected;
1. Main sea suction DN250 butterfly valve, lugged table ductile Iron, SS
shaft and disc, pneumatic actuator.
2. No1 Main Engine supply DN200 Butterfly valve with gear
3. No1 Generator supply DN50 Butterfly valve wafer with lock lever
4. No3 Generator supply DN50 Butterfly valve wafer with lock lever
5. RCS hydraulic cooler supply DN50 Butterfly valve wafer with lock lever.
6. Sprinkler supply valve DN100 Butterfly
7. Overboard discharge valve DN50 Butterfly valve wafer with lock lever.
8. Flow through valve DN150 butterfly valve, lugged table ductile Iron, SS
shaft and disc, pneumatic actuator
All parts to be cleaned / freed and presented for DNV survey on the car deck.
New joints to be used for refitting. Original stainless nuts and bolts to be used
where possible. New stainless bits to be used if necessary. Stainless anti seize to
be used on all nuts and bolts.
Quote for:
Sea Inlet box, Sea water filter and allowance for repairs.
8 valves as above with new joints and 20% new bolts (yard supply)
Replacement valves for above if required.

B11 PORT FWD SEA SUCTIONS


Sea inlet box to be cleaned out. Sea inlet box to be painted with anti foul.
The Sea water filter chest to be cleaned out and the filter basket to be repaired if
necessary. Anodes to be inspected and replaced if necessary.
The following valves to be removed and inspected;
1. Main sea suction DN250 butterfly valve, lugged table ductile Iron, SS
shaft and disc, pneumatic actuator
2. No2 Main Engine supply DN200 Butterfly valve with gear drive Al.
diecast alloy.
3. No2 Generator supply DN50 Butterfly valve wafer with lock lever
4. No4 Generator supply DN50 Butterfly valve wafer with lock lever
5. RCS hydraulic cooler supply DN50 Butterfly valve wafer with lock lever.
6. Sprinkler supply valve DN100 Butterfly valve Al. diecast body
7. Overboard discharge valve DN50 Butterfly valve wafer with lock lever.
8. Flow through valve DN150 butterfly valve, lugged table ductile Iron, SS
shaft and disc, pneumatic actuator. Manu. TVC
All parts to be cleaned / freed and presented for DNV survey on the car deck.
New joints to be used for refitting. Original stainless nuts and bolts to be used
where possible. New stainless bits to be used if necessary. Stainless anti seize to
be used on all nuts and bolts.
Quote for:
Sea Inlet box, Sea water filter and allowance for repairs.
8 valves as above with new joints and 20% new bolts (yard supply)
Replacement valves for above if required.

B12 STBD AFT SEA SUCTIONS


Sea inlet box to be cleaned out. Sea inlet box to be painted with anti foul.
The Sea water filter chest to be cleaned out and the filter basket to be repaired if
necessary. Anodes to be inspected and replaced if necessary.
The following valves to be removed and inspected;
1. Main sea suction DN250 butterfly valve, lugged table ductile Iron, SS
shaft and disc, pneumatic actuator
2. No3 Main Engine supply DN200 Butterfly valve with gear drive
3. Fire Main supply DN50 Butterfly valve wafer with lock lever
4. Sprinkler supply valve DN100 Butterfly valve with gear drive
5. Overboard discharge valve DN50 Butterfly valve wafer with lock lever.
6. Flow through valve DN150 butterfly valve, lugged table ductile Iron, SS
shaft and disc, pneumatic actuator
All parts to be cleaned / freed and presented for DNV survey on the car deck.
New joints to be used for refitting. Original stainless nuts and bolts to be used
where possible. New stainless bits to be used if necessary. Stainless anti seize to
be used on all nuts and bolts.
Quote for:
Sea Inlet box, Sea water filter and allowance for repairs.
6 valves as above with new joints and 20% new bolts (yard supply)
Replacement valves for above if required.

B13 PORT AFT SEA SUCTIONS


Sea inlet box to be cleaned out. Sea inlet box to be painted with anti foul.
The Sea water filter chest to be cleaned out and the filter basket to be repaired if
necessary. Anodes to be inspected and replaced if necessary.
The following valves to be removed and inspected;
7. Main sea suction DN250 butterfly valve, lugged table ductile Iron, SS
shaft and disc, pneumatic actuator. Manu. TVC
8. No3 Main Engine supply DN200 Butterfly valve with gear drive Al.
diecast alloy. Manu. Tomoe
9. Fire Main supply DN50 Butterfly valve wafer with lock lever. Manu.
Tomoe 702Z 1X
10. Sprinkler supply valve DN100 Butterfly valve with gear drive Al. diecast
body. Manu. Tomoe Z-Z-702Z
11. Overboard discharge valve DN50 Butterfly valve wafer with lock lever.
Manu. Tomoe 702Z 1X
12. Flow through valve DN150 butterfly valve, lugged table ductile Iron, SS
shaft and disc, pneumatic actuator. Manu. TVC
All parts to be cleaned / freed and presented for DNV survey on the car deck.
New joints to be used for refitting. Original stainless nuts and bolts to be used
where possible. New stainless bits to be used if necessary. Stainless anti seize to
be used on all nuts and bolts.
Quote for:
Sea Inlet box, Sea water filter and allowance for repairs.
6 valves as above with new joints and 20% new bolts (yard supply)
Replacement valves for above if required.

B14 SEA WATER FILTER BASKET


Using sea water filter basket from above as sample manufacture new
Quote for above

B15 MAIN ENGINE SW INJECTION OVERBOARDS


Stbd Outer main engine exhaust overboard
Port Outer main engine exhaust overboard
Stbd Inner main engine exhaust overboard
Port Inner main engine exhaust overboard
Each of the 4 main engines exhausts has a sea water cooled injection pot at the
overboard. These are all to be opened and inspected for corrosion.
New joints to be used for refitting. Original stainless nuts and bolts to be used
where possible. New stainless nuts,bolts and washers to be used if necessary.
Stainless anti-seize paste to be used on all nuts and bolts.
Quote for;
1. Inspection of 4 injection pots each requiring.
Removal of 1 ER panel for access plus small staging
External inspection with Ships Representative using Cherry Picker
2. Removal of Injection pot for repair
As above and;
Removal of 3m2 of lagging and its replacement
Removal of overboard section of Exhaust, each flange as per drawings below
Notes:
Lagging laced with 304 SS wire
Nuts & Bolts 8.8 M16
Ships side gasket Klinger C4430 3mm
Other gasket SS perforated inlay Graphoil 3mm
All to be Yard supply.
Repairs after inspection
B15 GENERATOR SW INJECTION OVERBOARDS
No1 exhaust overboard
No2 exhaust overboard
No3 exhaust overboard
No4 exhaust overboard
Each of the 4 generator exhausts has a sea water cooled injection pot at the
overboard. These are all to be opened and inspected for corrosion.
All parts to be cleaned / freed and presented for GL survey on the car deck.
New joints to be used for refitting. Original stainless nuts and bolts to be used
where possible. New stainless bits to be used if necessary. Stainless anti-seize
paste to be used on all nuts and bolts.
Quote for;
1. Inspection of 4 injection pots each requiring.
Removal of 1 ER panel for access plus small staging
External inspection with Ships Representative using Cherry Picker
2. Removal of Injection pot for repair
As above and;
Removal of 3m2 of lagging and its replacement
Removal of overboard section of Exhaust, each flange as per drawings below
Notes:
Lagging laced with 304 SS wire
Nuts & Bolts 8.8 M16
Ships side gasket Klinger C4430 3mm
Other gasket SS perforated inlay Graphoil 3mm
All to be Yard supply.
Repairs after inspection
B16 - ANODES
All Hull anodes to be inspected with the ships Technical Superintendent and
replaced where necessary in the following positions.
Quantities:
SHIPS HULL - 9,5 kg - 18 pieces (see drawing S-200-001_2f View B for details)
JET TUBES - 4.1 kg - 12 pieces (see drawing S-200-004a Section C for details)
WATERJETS - 1.5 kg - 24 pieces (see drawing for details, strap anodes)
SEA WATER BOXES & TRANSOM 1.0 kg - 24 pieces (see drawing for details,
strap anodes)
Quote for;
1. Replacing 9.5kg anodes as above
2. Replacing 4.1 kg anodes as above
3. Replacing 1.5 kg anodes as above
4. Replacing 1.0kg anodes as above
5. Manufacturing 1 off 9.5kg anodes as above
6. Manufacturing 1 off 4.1kg anodes as above
7. Manufacturing 1 off 1.5kg anodes as above
8. Manufacturing 1 off 1.0kg anodes as above

B17 REPAIRS TO GENERATOR 1 & 2 SEA WATER PIPES


Allow for removal of 3m x dia.38mm pipe 2 off
Repair above 2 off thick wall dia. 38mm copper pipes by brazing in new section
20cm long.
Quote for above

B18 REPAIRS TO HULL IN WAY OF AC OVERBOARD


Austal
To crop out and replace ships side plate, which has badly eroded in way of the AC
overboard.
C01 SO JET HYDRAULICS
Ships Staff
Before starting tasks below read Rolls-Royce User Manual with particular regard
to section 7 Maintenance Instructions
1. Test level switch LS1
2. Test relief valve V5 on hydraulic power pack
3. Test valve manifold V23 on hydraulic and lubricating power packs
4. Test counterbalance valve V18, V41 and V42 on reversing cylinder and
hydraulic power pack
5. Test flow switch FS21, pressure switch PS21, relief valve V24 on hydraulic and
lubricating power packs
6. Test flow switch TS1 on hydraulic and lubricating power packs
7. Test pressure switches on hydraulic power pack
8. Test pressure gauges on hydraulic power packs
9. Test load sensing/relief valve P1 on hydraulic power pack
10. Test changeover valve V21 on hydraulic power pack
CLEAN HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
Before starting tasks below read Rolls-Royce User Manual with particular regard
to section 7
Maintenance Instructions
1. Clean hydraulic power pack and gravity tank
2. Refill system
3. After annual and drydock work is finished flush system through as per
instructions

C02 PO JET HYDRAULICS


Ships Staff
Before starting tasks below read Rolls-Royce User Manual with particular regard
to section 7 Maintenance Instructions
1. Test level switch LS1
2. Test relief valve V5 on hydraulic power pack
3. Test valve manifold V23 on hydraulic and lubricating power packs
4. Test counterbalance valve V18, V41 and V42 on reversing cylinder and
hydraulic power pack
5. Test flow switch FS21, pressure switch PS21, relief valve V24 on hydraulic and
lubricating power packs
6. Test flow switch TS1 on hydraulic and lubricating power packs
7. Test pressure switches on hydraulic power pack
8. Test pressure gauges on hydraulic power packs
9. Test load sensing/relief valve P1 on hydraulic power pack
10. Test changeover valve V21 on hydraulic power pack
CLEAN HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
Before starting tasks below read Rolls-Royce User Manual with particular regard
to section 7
Maintenance Instructions
1. Clean hydraulic power pack and gravity tank
2. Refill system
3. After annual and drydock work is finished flush system through as per
instructions

C03 SI JET HYDRAULICS


Ships Staff
Before starting tasks below read Rolls-Royce User Manual with particular regard
to section 7 Maintenance Instructions
1. Test level switch LS1
2. Test relief valve V5 on hydraulic power pack
3. Test valve manifold V23 on hydraulic and lubricating power packs
4. Test counterbalance valve V18, V41 and V42 on reversing cylinder and
hydraulic power pack
5. Test flow switch FS21, pressure switch PS21, relief valve V24 on hydraulic and
lubricating power packs
6. Test flow switch TS1 on hydraulic and lubricating power packs
7. Test pressure switches on hydraulic power pack
8. Test pressure gauges on hydraulic power packs
9. Test load sensing/relief valve P1 on hydraulic power pack
10. Test changeover valve V21 on hydraulic power pack
CLEAN HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
Before starting tasks below read Rolls-Royce User Manual with particular regard
to section 7
Maintenance Instructions
1. Clean hydraulic power pack and gravity tank
2. Refill system
3. After annual and drydock work is finished flush system through as per
instructions

C04 PI JET HYDRAULICS


Ships Staff
Before starting tasks below read Rolls-Royce User Manual with particular regard
to section 7 Maintenance Instructions
1. Test level switch LS1
2. Test relief valve V5 on hydraulic power pack
3. Test valve manifold V23 on hydraulic and lubricating power packs
4. Test counterbalance valve V18, V41 and V42 on reversing cylinder and
hydraulic power pack
5. Test flow switch FS21, pressure switch PS21, relief valve V24 on hydraulic and
lubricating power packs
6. Test flow switch TS1 on hydraulic and lubricating power packs
7. Test pressure switches on hydraulic power pack
8. Test pressure gauges on hydraulic power packs
9. Test load sensing/relief valve P1 on hydraulic power pack
10. Test changeover valve V21 on hydraulic power pack
CLEAN HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
Before starting tasks below read Rolls-Royce User Manual with particular regard
to section 7
Maintenance Instructions
1. Clean hydraulic power pack and gravity tank
2. Clean all coolers and inspect end covers for wear
3. Refill system
4. After annual and drydock work is finished flush system through as per
instructions

C05 SO WATERJET STEERING & REVERSING UNIT


Ships Staff
As soon as ship is in dry-dock function test steering and reversing units with
Superintendent.
Check for leaks on steering and reversing hydraulic cylinders
Check condition of hydraulic hoses and any leaks
Check for wear in bushes
Check Feedback cables and position of jets in relation to command
Check condition of anodes
Yard
Erect staging
Clean with high pressure washer
Quote for above
C06 PO WATERJET STEERING & REVERSING UNIT
Ships Staff
As soon as ship is in dry-dock function test steering and reversing units with
Superintendent.
Check for leaks on steering and reversing hydraulic cylinders
Check condition of hydraulic hoses and any leaks
Check for wear in bushes
Check Feedback cables and position of jets in relation to command
Check condition of anodes
Yard
Erect staging
Clean with high pressure washer
Quote for above

C07 SI WATERJET STEERING & REVERSING UNIT


Ships Staff
As soon as ship is in dry-dock function test steering and reversing units with
Superintendent.
Check for leaks on steering and reversing hydraulic cylinders
Check condition of hydraulic hoses and any leaks
Check for wear in bushes
Check Feedback cables and position of jets in relation to command
Check condition of anodes
Yard
Erect staging
Clean with high pressure washer
Quote for above

C08 PI WATERJET STEERING & REVERSING UNIT


Ships Staff
As soon as ship is in dry-dock function test steering and reversing units with
Superintendent.
Check for leaks on steering and reversing hydraulic cylinders
Check condition of hydraulic hoses and any leaks
Check for wear in bushes
Check Feedback cables and position of jets in relation to command
Check condition of anodes
Yard
Erect staging
Clean with high pressure washer
Quote for above

C09 SO WATERJET PUMP UNIT


Ships Staff
Inspect impeller shaft, cone ring & impeller chamber
Measure and record tip clearance of impeller blades
Inspect the guide vane chamber
Inspect transom ring / transom flange
Inspect jet tube for any signs of loss of paint, corrosion and cracks
Inspect internal anodes in void around impeller chamber
Inspect anodes in jet tube
Yard
Clean inside pump unit with high pressure washer
Clean jet tube with high pressure washer
Repair jet-tube for loss of paint, corrosion and cracks,
Belzona repairs in jet tube will be ships supply
Quote for above

C10 SO WATERJET PUMP UNIT


Ships Staff
Inspect impeller shaft, cone ring & impeller chamber
Measure and record tip clearance of impeller blades
Inspect the guide vane chamber
Inspect transom ring / transom flange
Inspect jet tube for any signs of loss of paint, corrosion and cracks
Inspect internal anodes in void around impeller chamber
Inspect anodes in jet tube
Yard
Clean inside pump unit with high pressure washer
Clean jet tube with high pressure washer
Repair jet-tube for loss of paint, corrosion and cracks,
Belzona repairs in jet tube will be ships supply
Quote for above

C11 SO WATERJET PUMP UNIT


Ships Staff
Inspect impeller shaft, cone ring & impeller chamber
Measure and record tip clearance of impeller blades
Inspect the guide vane chamber
Inspect transom ring / transom flange
Inspect jet tube for any signs of loss of paint, corrosion and cracks
Inspect internal anodes in void around impeller chamber
Inspect anodes in jet tube
Yard
Clean inside pump unit with high pressure washer
Clean jet tube with high pressure washer
Repair jet-tube for loss of paint, corrosion and cracks,
Belzona repairs in jet tube will be ships supply
Quote for above

C12 SO WATERJET PUMP UNIT


Ships Staff
Inspect impeller shaft, cone ring & impeller chamber
Measure and record tip clearance of impeller blades
Inspect the guide vane chamber
Inspect transom ring / transom flange
Inspect jet tube for any signs of loss of paint, corrosion and cracks
Inspect internal anodes in void around impeller chamber
Inspect anodes in jet tube
Yard
Clean inside pump unit with high pressure washer
Clean jet tube with high pressure washer
Repair jet-tube for loss of paint, corrosion and cracks,
Belzona repairs in jet tube will be ships supply
Quote for above

C13 WATERJET CONTROLS


Ships Staff
CONTROL SYSTEM CABINETS
1. Inspect Control system cabinets
2. INSPECT FEEDBACK DEVICE
D01 RIDE CONTROL HYDRAULICS
Ships Staff
C FILTER REPLACEMENT
1. Replace all filters 1 month after annual drydock overhauls.
D OIL COOLER ANODES
1. Check anodes and renew as required
E ANNUAL INSPECTIONS
1. Open oil cooler and inspect.
2. Open any pumps that may have problems
3. Flush system after works completed in accordance with Ride Control Manual
section 3.1.5

D02 ANCHOR INSPECTION


Ships Staff
1. Wire rope to be visually inspected for damages and broken wires.
2. Mark depths
3. Ensure entire length of wire rope is thoroughly greased.

D03 ANNUAL WINDLASS INSPECTION


Ships Staff
STBD FWD CAPSTAN
PORT FWD CAPSTAN
STBD AFT CAPSTAN
PORT AFT CAPSTAN
1. Change oil in each unit
2. Record maintenance carried out to each single unit.

D05 STERN RAMP STRUCTURE


Ships Staff
1. Visual inspection of the ramp handrail for signs of fatigue / damage.
2. Visual inspection of the ramp structure for signs of fatigue / damage.
3. Visual inspection of the ramp fingers for signs of fatigue / damage.
4. Visual inspection of the ramp hinge pins for signs of fatigue / damage
Yard
During annual Drydock and as soon as the vessel docks down.
1. Remove Stern ramp
2. Hinge pins and bearings to be calibrated and recorded
3. Allow for all hinge pins and bearings to be manufactured by yard
4. Thorough inspection of the ramp structure, crack detecting where necessary
Quote for above

D06 - STERN RAMP ANNUAL INSPECTION


Ships Staff
1. Visual inspection of the following:
- Controls;
- Hydraulic Locking Cylinders;
- Hydraulic Lifting Cylinder;
- Wire Ropes;
- Hinges;
- Sheaves;
- Seal;
- Sheave Carrier and Slide.
- Structure;
- Retainers (Bolts).
2. Grease the following:
- Wire ropes;
- Retainers (Bolts).
3. Refer to manual 670.02 (File 6)
- Throughout inspection of the following:
- Hydraulic Locking Cylinders
- Hydraulic Lifting Cylinder
- Sheaves and Hinges. The end plates should be removed and if the clearance
between the pin and bearing exceeds 1mm, the bearings are to be replaced.

D09 VEHICLE SECURING ANNUAL INSPECTION


1. Visual inspection all vehicle securing arrangements, lashings, lashing points
and chocks.
2. Replace all damaged.
E01 AC ANNUAL CHECKS
Ships Staff
Check all systems
Repair any defects

E02 GENERATOR ANNUAL CHECKS


Ships Staff
FOR ALL 4 GENERATORS
1 Test operation of all alternator protection devices at end of drydock and before
sailing.

E03 No2 GENERATOR 10,000hr overhaul WHO????????????????????

E04 ANNUAL INSPECTION OF OILY WATER SEPARATER


Ships Staff
B BI-ANNUAL INSPECTION 6 M
1. Check the zinc anode, if necessary replace.
2. Check the oil level in the pump gear motor, if necessary top up
C ANNUAL INSPECTION 12 M
1. Open the inspection door of the oil separator housing and remove sludge
deposits, check inner coating, repair if necessary
2. Open the inspection door of the absorber housing and remove sludge deposits,
check inner coating, repair if necessary.
3. Check seals and piston valves
4. Check and clean the sensor electrode (item 9)
5. Check the function of the heater.
S ANNUAL CLASS SURVEY 12 M
F01 GEARBOX BI-ANNUAL CHECKS
Ships Staff
Re-tightening of the screws according to the tightening torque should be
performed when engine is cool.
1. Re-tighten all accessible screw connections
2. Re-tighten Engine to torsional flexible clutch
3. Re-tighten flywheel housing to torque converter housing of gearbox
4. Re-tighten Angle plate to gearbox
5. Re-tighten Angle plate to foundation

F02 GEARBOX LUBE OIL & FILTER CHANGE


Ships Staff
GEARBOXES x 4 LUBE OIL CHANGE
Before starting tasks below read Maintenance section of ZF Operating Manual
1. Ensure oil is less than 40C
2. Ensure Engine cannot turn
3. Take oil sample through dip tube
4. Dispose of oil in accordance with MARPOL
5. Refill Gearbox to correct level
GEARBOXES x 4 LUBE OIL FILTER
1. Ensure oil is less than 40C
2. Ensure Engine cannot turn
4. Drain filter chamber collecting oil for inspection of particles.
5. Take oil samples from dip tube
6. Use new seals when refitting

F03 MAIN ENGINE OIL CHANGES


Ships Staff
1. Take oil sample before dumping oil
2. Empty sump
3. Refill sump to correct level (350L/Engine)

F04 MAIN ENGINE OIL FILTERS


Ships Staff
1. Ensure engines are stopped and fuel shut off.
2. Replace filters as per Instructions and put fuel back on.

F05 MAIN ENGINE No1 VALVE GEAR


Ships Staff
1. Read Technical Documentation
2. Check valve clearance and Record.
3. Reset valve clearance if not correct
4. Lubricate valve gear as per Technical Documentation

F05 MAIN ENGINE No2 VALVE GEAR


Ships Staff
1. Read Technical Documentation ->page 124
2. Check valve clearance and Record.
3. Reset valve clearance if not correct
4. Lubricate valve gear as per Technical Documentation

F05 MAIN ENGINE No3 VALVE GEAR


Ships Staff
1. Read Technical Documentation ->page 124
2. Check valve clearance and Record.
3. Reset valve clearance if not correct
4. Lubricate valve gear as per Technical Documentation
F06 MAIN ENGINE No1 W4 OVERHAUL
Ships Staff
After Dry-docking

F07 MAIN ENGINE No2 W5 OVERHAUL


Ships Staff
After Dry-docking

F08 MAIN ENGINE No3 W5 OVERHAUL


Ships Staff
After Dry-docking
G01 ALTERNATOR ENGINE CHECKS
Ships Staff & Burgess
For ALL 4 Generators
1. Check all electrical connections are tight.
2. Inspect internal cleanliness of alternator via cooling air grills. Clean if
required.
3. Carry out insulation test and record reading.
4. Test alternator protection devices.

G02 BILGE PUMP INSPECTIONS


Ships Staff
For the following bilge pumps;
Stbd Jet room Aft, Stbd Jet room Fwd, Stbd Main Engine room Aft, Stbd Main
Engine room Fwd, Stbd Plant room double bottom, Stbd Plant room top, Stbd
Tank room double bottom, Stbd Tank room top, Stbd RCS Void, Stbd Forepeak.
Port Jet room Aft, Port Jet room Fwd, Port Main Engine room Aft, Port Main Engine
room Fwd, Port Plant room double bottom, Port Plant room top, Port Tank room
double bottom, Port Tank room top, Port RCS Void, Port Forepeak.
1. Megger test motor and check electrical connections are tight. Record Megger
readings
2. Check starter/circuit breaker for loose connections, check condition of
contactor.
3. Check motor cooling fan is secure.
4. With motor running, check for abnormal noise, vibration or temperature.
5. Check security of motor mounting bolts.

G03 DOMESTIC WATER HEATERS


Ships Staff
1. Open up 2 x water heaters in crew mess and inspect for lime scale build up.
2. If necessary remove with lime scale remover.

G04 PORT MAIN SWITCHBOARD


Ships Staff & Burgess
ENSURE SWITCHBOARD IS COMPLETELY ISOLATED, NOTICES POSTED AND ALL
NECCESSARY SAFETY PRECAUTIONS TAKEN.
1. Main breakers to be removed for inspection and cleaning. Check all parts for
wear/damage, inspect fixed/moving contacts, clean arcing chutes. Test breaker
on completion.
2. Test operation of all alternator protection devices.
3. With a 'dead' switchboard check all internal switchboard connections for
tightness.
4. Clean switchboard internally.

G05 PORT MAIN SWITCHBOARD


Ships Staff & Burgess
ENSURE SWITCHBOARD IS COMPLETELY ISOLATED, NOTICES POSTED AND ALL
NECCESSARY SAFETY PRECAUTIONS TAKEN.
1. Main breakers to be removed for inspection and cleaning. Check all parts for
wear/damage, inspect fixed/moving contacts, clean arcing chutes. Test breaker
on completion.
2. Test operation of all alternator protection devices.
3. With a 'dead' switchboard check all internal switchboard connections for
tightness.
4. Clean switchboard internally.
G06 ELECTRIC MOTORS
Ships Staff
1. Megger test motor and check electrical connections are tight. Record Megger
readings
2. Check starter/circuit breaker for loose connections, check condition of
contactor.
3. Check motor cooling fan is secure.
4. With motor running, check for abnormal noise, vibration or temperature.
5. Check security of motor mounting bolts.
6. Check cut out/cut in pressure in operation.

G07 REPAIRS TO MAIN ENGINE CONTROL SYSTEM


Ships Staff
1. ME2 gives alarm missing data then clears
2. ME2 shows start battery at 1.3v but is actually correct at 26v
3. ME4 Always in alarm
4. ME2 No speed indication on Bridge
5. ME4 No speed indication for Engine and Shaft on Bridge
6. ME2 Bridge RPM Indicator lamp
7. ME1 Clutch Indicator lamp
8. ME2 Clutch Indicator lamp

G08 REPAIRS TO GENERATOR CONTROL SYSTEM


Ships Staff
1. No1 Generator fuel pressure low & sensor error
2. No1 Generator coolant water pressure low
3. No1 Generator coolant water temperature sensor error

G08 REPAIRS TO KAMEWA CONTROL SYSTEM


Ships Staff
New cable for Bridge wing control

G09 REPAIRS TO AC CONTROL SYSTEM


Ships Staff
Oil pressure switch TRAX for AC compressor to be renewed

G10 REPAIRS TO OTHER SYSTEMS


Ships Staff
1. Sprinkler main pressure sensor to renew
2. Navigation light NLC 8/40 in alarm although light working correctly
3. Smoke detectors to replace
4. Emergency light to replace
5. Proximity switch for hatch is not working
6. 5 loud speakers are not working
H01 PORT MAIN FUEL TANK
Ships Staff
1. Inspect tank internal and external for structural integrity
2. Check all fittings internally and externally for cracks
3. Check calibration of Sounder
Yard
1. Empty Tank
2. Open inspection cover
3. Ensure tank is free of fumes and safe to enter
4. Inspect tank with Chief Engineer for cleanliness and clean as instructed.
5. Tank to be inspected by Chief Engineer before inspection cover replaced.
Quote for above

H02 STBD MAIN FUEL TANK


Ships Staff
1. Inspect tank internal and external for structural integrity
2. Check all fittings internally and externally for cracks
3. Check calibration of Sounder
Yard
1. Empty Tank
2. Open inspection cover
3. Ensure tank is free of fumes and safe to enter
4. Inspect tank with Chief Engineer for cleanliness and clean as instructed.
5. Tank to be inspected by Chief Engineer before inspection cover replaced.
Quote for above

H03 PORT DO DAILY SERVICE TANK


Ships Staff
1. Inspect tank internal and external for structural integrity
2. Check all fittings internally and externally for cracks
3. Check calibration of Sounder
Yard
1. Empty Tank
2. Open inspection cover
3. Ensure tank is free of fumes and safe to enter
4. Inspect tank with Chief Engineer for cleanliness and clean as instructed.
5. Tank to be inspected by Chief Engineer before inspection cover replaced.
Quote for above

H04 STBD DO DAILY SERVICE TANK


Ships Staff
1. Inspect tank internal and external for structural integrity
2. Check all fittings internally and externally for cracks
3. Check calibration of Sounder
Yard
1. Empty Tank
2. Open inspection cover
3. Ensure tank is free of fumes and safe to enter
4. Inspect tank with Chief Engineer for cleanliness and clean as instructed.
5. Tank to be inspected by Chief Engineer before inspection cover replaced.
Quote for above

H05 DOMESTIC FRESH WATER TANK


Ships Staff
1. Inspect tank internal and external for structural integrity
2. Check all fittings internally and externally for cracks
3. Check calibration of Sounder
4. Superchlorinate system and thoroughly flush through afterwards
Yard
1. Empty Tank
2. Open inspection cover
3. Ensure tank is free of fumes and safe to enter
4. Inspect tank with Chief Engineer for cleanliness and clean as instructed.
5. Tank to be inspected by Chief Engineer before inspection cover replaced.
Quote for above

H06 SEWAGE TANK


Ships Staff
1. Inspect tank internal and external for structural integrity
2. Check all fittings internally and externally for cracks
3. Check calibration of Sounder
Yard
1. Empty Tank
2. Open inspection cover
3. Ensure tank is free of fumes and safe to enter
4. Inspect tank with Chief Engineer for cleanliness and clean as instructed.
5. Tank to be inspected by Chief Engineer before inspection cover replaced.
Quote for above

HO7 SEWAGE TANK SIGHT GLASS


1. Fit sight glass to tank with cocks top and bottom with ability to clean sight
glass.
Quote for above
J01 SPEED LOG
Ships Staff
1. Inspect hull mounted transducer for wear/damage during dry docking.
2. Remove transducer from mounting tube, clean all marine growth from tube
and reinstall transducer.

J02 ECHO SOUNDER


Ships Staff
1. Check transducer head. Ensure it is undamaged and free from paint.
2. Remove transducer from mounting tube, clean all marine growth from tube
and reinstall transducer.

J03 RADAR
Ships Staff
X-BAND RADAR
1. Visually check the front radiating window for damage and soot or dirt. Even a
thin layer of soot or dirt can cause serious loss of radar performance.
2. If necessary CAREFULLY wipe the antenna front radiating window using soap
and water and a soft non-abrasive cloth.
S-BAND RADAR
1. Visually check the front radiating window for damage and soot or dirt. Even a
thin layer of soot or dirt can cause serious loss of radar performance.
2. If necessary CAREFULLY wipe the antenna front radiating window using soap
and water and a soft non-abrasive cloth.

J04 - ANNUAL SURVEY OF VDR


Ships Staff
To be presented to the attending Class / Flag State Surveyor
Report of annual service to be presented to Surveyor.
ANNUAL PERFORMANCE TEST
1. Suitably qualified service engineer to carry out Annual Performance Test.
TWO YEARS BATTERY REPLACEMENT 2Y NextDue 14/06/2010
1. Order no.2 batteries Kelvin Hughes part no. 45-671-0358-001 (12V 20Amp
hours Sealed Lead Acid Batteries) for Suitably qualified service engineer to
change during annual survey.
SIX YEARS BEACON REPLACEMENT 6Y NextDue 30/06/2013
1. Order new beacon from Kelvin Hughes for suitably qualified service engineer to
change during annual survey. Manufacturer DUKANE part no. L3AR PN 266-
M0694-00 (ST 19820).

J05 NAVIGATION LIGHTS


Ships Staff
1. Check equipment is operational and in good condition.
2. Ensure equipment is correctly stowed ready for use.
3. Present to Surveyor for inspection.

J06 INTERNAL COMMUNICATIONS


Ships Staff
1. PA SYSTEM
Test PA system from all positions:
- Bridge microphones (x2).
- Cafeteria microphone.
2. TELEPHONE SYSTEM
Call bridge from each telephone and return call.
3. COMMS BRIDGE E/R
Test communication headphones / talkback system from both engine rooms
4. COMMS BRIDGE JET ROOMS
Test communication headphones / talkback system from both jet rooms.

ANNUAL CLASS SURVEY


Carry out function test for Classification Society Surveyor

J07 RADIO CERTIFICATE


Ships Staff
Annual Radio Survey

J08 COMPASS SETTING


Ships Staff
After leaving dry-dock and before returning to Jazan a qualified person is to
adjust the magnetic compass.
K01 REMOTE STOPS FOR MAIN ENGINES & GENERATORS
Ships Staff
BEFORE DEPARTING DRYDOCK TEST THE FOLLOWING
1. Test local (engine room) and remote (bridge) stop controls on all main engines
and generator sets.
2. Reset system
3. To be tested as requested by the attending surveyor

K02 ENGINEROOM TOTAL SHUTDOWNS


Ships Staff
BEFORE DEPARTING DRYDOCK TEST THE FOLLOWING
To be presented to the attending Class / Flag State Surveyor
STBD ENGINE ROOM TOTAL SHUT DOWN
1. Carry out testing total engine room shut down from the following locations:
- STBD mooring station
- STBD CO2 room
- STBD plant room
2. Reset system.
3. Check integrity of fusible links on the dampers.
PORT ENGINE ROOM TOTAL SHUT DOWN
1. Carry out testing total engine room shut down from the following locations:
- PORT mooring station
- PORT CO2 room
- PORT plant room
2. Reset system.
3. Check integrity of fusible links on the dampers.

K03 VENTILATION SHUTDOWNS


Ships Staff
BEFORE DEPARTING DRYDOCK TEST THE FOLLOWING
To be presented to the attending Class / Flag State Surveyor
VOIDS VENTILATION SHUT DOWN
1. Carry out testing of ventilation & fire dampers from remote control station at
Engineers Console.
2. Test manual dampers for following voids:
- Jet room (Port & Stbd)
- Bow Thruster room (Port & Stbd)
3. Reset system.
PASSENGER DECK VENTILATION SHUT DOWN
1. Carry out testing of passenger deck ventilation & fire/smoke dampers from
remote control stations. Check a DIFFERENT one of the following stations each
month:
- Engineer console
- Wheelhouse entrance
- Inside crew mess entrance (marked Crew Cabin)
- Outside crew mess entrance (marked Crew Mess)
- Outside crew mess entrance (marked Upper Deck FWD Passenger)
- Outside VIP Lounge
- Aft of port/s smoke curtain (marked Mens Prayer Room)
- Stbd/s of kiosk
- Outside Ladies prayer room
- Outside Childrens play room
2. Reset system.
EMERGENCY VENTILATION
1. Carry out testing of emergency ventilation from engineering consol
2. Reset system.
K04 SMOKE CURTAINS
Ships Staff
BEFORE DEPARTING DRYDOCK TEST THE FOLLOWING
To be presented to the attending Class / Flag State Surveyor
1. Test operation locally and from engineer consol
2. Reset system.

K05 HYDRAULIC EMERGENCY STOPS


Ships Staff
BEFORE DEPARTING DRYDOCK TEST THE FOLLOWING
To be presented to the attending Class / Flag State Surveyor

1. Test Hydraulic system emergency stops at following stations:


- Bow door control station.
- Stbd side mooring station.
- Port side mooring station.
2. Reset system.

K06 FIRE DETECTION SYSTEM


MESE
S Survey SURVEY OF ALARM PANEL 1Y NextDue 07/05/2009----------------------
Alarm panel is to be tested to the satisfaction of the attending surveyor.

K07 FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT


MESE
TO BE PRESENTED TO ATTENDING CLASS FLAG STATE SURVEYOR
FIRE FIGHTING-FIRE PUMPS
1. Fire pumps to be function tested from local and remote start.
2. Test flows and pressures of fire pumps. After test make sure system ready for
operation.
FIRE FIGHTING-HOSES ETC
1. Check the location and condition of all hose lockers contents, hydrants and
hoses.
2. Check hydrant valves for proper operation.
3. Ensure all hydrants are tested.
4. Ensure all fire hoses are hydrostatically tested.
FIRE FIGHTING-FOG APPLICATORS
Location:
- Bridge (by Fire Locker)
- Main (Car) Deck Port Side Forward (Fr.37)
- Main (Car) Deck Stbd Side Forward (Fr.37)
- Main (Car) Deck Port Side Aft (Fr.15)
- Main (Car) Deck Stbd Side Aft (by Fire Locker)
1. Check condition of connector seal, lightly grease.
2. Check spray head for blockage, damage etc.
3. Ensure applicator is correctly and securely stowed.
FIRE FIGHTING-FOAM
Location:
Vehicle Deck Port Fwd (Fr.37)
Vehicle Deck Stbd Aft (Fr.15)
1. Check applicator is free from damage and blockages.
2. Check condition of connector seal, lightly grease.
3. Ensure suction hose is clear and not kinked.
4. Check that foam concentrate container is full and clearly labeled.
5. Ensure applicator is properly stowed.
ANNUAL FOAM TEST
1. Test operational condition.
2. AFFF to be tested by approved firm

K08 FIRE EXTINGUISHERS


MESE
ANNUAL SERVICING OF EXTINGUISHER
1. All extinguishers are to be checked for proper location, charging pressure and
condition according to the vessel's fire plan.
2. All extinguishers are to be serviced either by an approved service agent or by a
trained and authorized deck or engineering officer.
SURVEY OF FIRE EXTINGUISHERS
Extinguishers to be presented to the attending Class / Flag State Surveyor

K09 FIREMANS OUTFITS & BREATHING APPARATUS


MESE
FIREMAN'S OUTFIT & LOCKERS
THE FIRE LOCKERS ARE LOCATED:
- ON BRIDGE.
- STBD AFT MORING STATION.
1. Inspect fireman's outfit for condition and completeness (for list of equipment
see Fire Plan or HSC Code 7.10.3).
2. Test lamp.
3. Check condition of locker, hinges and latches.
Fireman's Outfits to be presented to the attending Class / Flag State Surveyor
SELF CONTAINED BREATHING APPARATUS
1. Annual service by recognized firm.
To be presented to the attending Class / Flag State Surveyor

K10 C02 SYSTEM ANNUAL INSPECTION


MESE
ANNUAL SERVICE OF CO2 SYSTEM
1. Entire CO2 system is to be overhauled and serviced by an approved service
agent.
At least he following should be performed and certified:
- Check the contents of the CO2 cylinders. A loss of content of more than 10%
of each individual cylinder will make refilling necessary.
- Carry out blow through tests of CO2 manifolds, piping, ball valves and
nozzles.
- Ensure manifold check valve and outlet hoses are secure to the cylinder and
manifold.
- Check and retighten cylinder storage rack bolts.
- Check all piping and pipe clips are secure. Check piping for corrosion.
Repair/refurbish and hydrotest as necessary.
SURVEY OF CO2 SYSTEM
To be presented to the attending Class / Flag State Surveyor

K11 SPRINKLER & DRENCHER ANNUAL TESTS


Ships Staff
SURVEY OF SPRINKLER & DRENCHER SYSTEM
To be presented to the attending Class / Flag State Surveyor. Test if required and
record.
SPRINKLER & DRENCHER SYSTEM
1. Visually inspect that each sprinkler/drencher head is secure, clean and
undamaged.
2. Test all valves for operation.
DROPPER INSPECTION
1. Select randomly a minimum of 6 sprinkler heads for removal to enable
inspection of the dropper pipes for debris and/or salt encrustation. If a restriction
of greater than 20% of the pipe diameter is evident, remove all sprinkler heads
and clean dropper pipes.
SPRINKLER & DRENCHER SYSTEM - PLANT ROOM PUMPS & E/R ROOM PUMPS
TEST RUN PUMP AND CHECK VALVES. ENSURE THAT THE MANUAL DELIVERY
VALVES ARE CLOSED AND THE MANUAL OVERBOARD DISCHARGE VALVES ARE
OPEN BEFORE CARRYING OUT TESTS.
1. Start the pump remotely from the bridge and locally from the control panel in
the plant room.
2. Check the pressure of the system.
FRESH WATER FLUSH AFTER TESTS ARE FINISHED
1. Flush all piping with fresh water.
UPON COMPLETION OF TESTING RETURN VALVES TO NORMAL OPERATING
POSITIONS.

K12 FIRE DOORS


Ships Staff
1. Visual inspection of condition of all fire doors.
2. Check condition of door, and lubricate. Grease points on hinged doors.
3. Check operation of door indicator lights on Bridge Console.
SURVEY OF FIRE DOORS
To be presented to the attending Class / Flag State Surveyor

K13 - DAVITS
MESE
SURVEY OF LSA LAUNCHING APPLIANCES
To be presented to the attending Class / Flag State Surveyor
1. Visual inspection of all parts to ensure operational readiness, in particular with
regard to corrosion, misalignments, deformations and excessive free play.
2. Test electric motors for operation.
3. Check the portable remote control electric cable for damage.
4. Grease all lubrication points on the davit and the winches.
5. Ensure the wire rope is cleaned and is lubricated.
6. Check and adjust all rope reeving components such as drums, sheaves etc.
7. Ensure all sheaves turn freely and the rope seats into the sheave groove
correctly. A damage sheave must be renewed.
8. Check oil level in the gearbox of the winch and slewing gear.
9. Check the function of the brake gear and spindle type axial lifting mechanism.
ANNUAL SERVICE
1. Annual thorough inspection to be carried out by approved firm.
2. Dynamic test of the winch brake at maximum lowering speed with load equal
to total weight of rescue boat without persons aboard to be carried out by
approved firm.
2 YEAR WIRE CHANGE (2011)
1. Change wire. Obtain GL certification for new wire.
DYNAMIC LOAD TEST (2014)
1. Dynamic load test of the winch brake at maximum lowering speed with load
equal to 110% of total weight of rescue boat with persons and equipment aboard
to be carried out by approved firm.
2. Replace the hose lines even if no defect is visible.

K14 ON LOAD RELEASE HOOKS


MESE
1. Visual inspection of condition.
2. Examine the attachment to the davit falls to ensure they are secure.
3. With the rescue boat secured, remove the safety pin, pull down the
emergency release handle AND ensure that it can be freely removed and
replaced.
4. Excessive corrosion should not occur. The release hook assembly is made from
non-corrosive metals therefore on no account should it be painted.
5. Severe contamination should be washed off with diesel oil and release gear
oiled. On no account must solidified type grease be used.
6. Lubricate all rotating points with silicon/Teflon spray.
ANNUAL SERVICE
1. Annual Thorough inspection to be carried out by approved firm.
2. Dynamic test with load equal to total weight of rescue boat without persons
aboard.
To be presented to the attending Class / Flag State Surveyor

K15 RESCUE BOATS PORT & STBD


MESE
ANNUAL SERVICE
1. Annual Thorough inspection to be carried out by approved firm.
To be presented to the attending Class / Flag State Surveyor

K16 LIFERAFTS & MARINE EVACUATION SYSTEMS


MESE
ANNUAL SERVICING 12M
1. The liferafts & MESs are to be serviced every 12 months by an approved
Servicing Station in accordance with the manufacturer requirements.
AFTER SERVICE CHECKS
LIFERAFTS & MESs
1. Visual inspections shall be conducted on each liferaft/MES to ensure the units
are ready for use.
2. Ensure that each liferaft/MES unit is correctly positioned on the rack, that the
restraint straps are not damaged and that all sewing is intact.
3. Check with particular attention state of retaining shackles.
4. Ensure that all painter and bowsing line are correctly stowed and are not
damaged.
5. Ensure that liferaft closure bands are secure, not damaged, and that all the
sewing is intact.
6. Ensure that hydrostatic and remote release units (hydrostatic) are installed
correctly and are valid.
MES
1. Check condition of equipment slide cover bag.
2. Check the condition of the strong points on the deck

K17 LIFEJACKETS, LIFEBOUYS & IMMERSION SUITS


Ships Staff
LIFEJACKETS ANNUAL SURVEY
1. Check correct stowage of lifejackets under seats and in lockers as per the
Evacuation Plan.
2. Check all expiry dates of lifejacket lights. Renew expired lifejacket lights.
3. Repair any vandalism/tampering as required. Renew any damages whistles and
lights as necessary.
4. Check all lifejackets, including spares and present them to the attending
surveyor.
LIFEBUOYS ANNUAL SURVEY
1. Check security and stowage.
2. Function test of lifebuoy lights - renew batteries as necessary.
3. Change batteries in lifebuoy lights.
4. Lifebuoys to be presented to the attending Class / Flag State Surveyor
REPLACE SMOKE/LIGHT FLOAT NextDue 30/11/2011-------------------
1. Replace smoke floats, and brackets if necessary, of MOB buoys.
IMMERSION SUITS ANNUAL SURVEY
1. Check condition and stowage.
2. Immersion suits to be presented to the attending Class / Flag State Surveyor

K18 PYROTECHNICS & LINE THROWING APPARATUS


Ships Staff
SURVEY OF LINE THROWING APPARATUS
Line throwing appliances to be presented to the attending Class / Flag State
Surveyor
1. Check condition and stowage.
2. Note expiry dates.
REPLACE ROCKET UNITS 3Y NextDue 30/11/2011
1. Replace with new rockets.
SURVEY OF PYROTECHNICS
To be presented to the attending Class / Flag State Surveyor
1. Check condition and stowage of pyrotechnics on bridge.
2. Note expiry dates.
3. Check condition of containers and ensure free of water/debris.
REPLACE PYROTECHNICS 3Y NextDue 30/10/2011
1. Replace with new pyrotechnics.
L01 PAINTING GENERAL
Paint supplier: International
All paint for use during this repair period will be Owners Supply.
All paint is to be verified by the Owners Representative on arrival at the
dry dock, empty drums and containers are to be retained until all painting
is finished and checked again by Owners Representative.
Paint application must be strictly in accordance with the attending
Manufacturers Representatives instructions with particular reference to
steel preparation, film thickness and drying time.
Dry film thickness to be considered as statistical average.
As soon as the dock is dry and before any blasting or spraying takes place
wooden plugs with extension pipes are to be securely fitted in all
overboard discharges and scuppers to carry any water clear of shell plating
during the hull painting operations, these are to be checked and
maintained daily during the hull painting period.
The shipyard is to provide a Cherry Picker unit or equal to enable Owners
Representative to take hull roughness readings on completion of water
washing of underwater hull and again on completion of painting.
Shipyard to handle all paint supplied in and out of the drydock and provide
all necessary cranes, fork lift trucks etc.
Shipyards to dispose of all empty paint drums.
Hull anodes, Waterjets, tailshaft seals, bow thrust pods and blades,
impressed current anodes, speed log, and echo sounder to be suitably
protected prior to any grit, water or other type of blasting and painting in
their area, protection to be removed prior to flooding the dock.
HP fresh water cleaning to be carried out immediately after the vessel has
been dry-docked in order to remove all marine growths, salt deposits etc.
Any remaining oil film is to be removed using a suitable cleaner after
which the area must be fresh water washed again to remove solvents.
After grit blasting all areas must be free of grit and dust by blowing with
compressed air or fresh water washing prior to painting.
All ballast water in way of shell plating to be drained to prevent
condensation.
Paint to be mixed using mechanical mixers.
Topside area to be completed prior to the application of anti fouling.
All environmental protection equipment required by local and national
regulations is to be provided by the shipyard.
Note: Yard may elect to use hydro blasting, or grit / water blasting for
preparation of hull surfaces to industry accepted standards. If
hydroblasting is used, yard to supply to Owners Representative evidence
of ability and experience with this method of hull preparation.
Water pressure to be a minimum of 1800 Kg/cm 2 with a flow of
approximately 11 litres / second.
Allow for:
Temporary lighting to be provided as necessary for painting the
underwater hull
Cleaning of dry-dock after blasting and painting etc
20 scupper pipe extension pieces
Screen nets for shot blast
Removal and disposal of all shot blast / blasting debris
Cherry picker per shift
Quote:
Complete job
Disposal of empty 25 litre paint drums, price per drum
L02 UNDERWATER HULL & JET AREA
Surface area 700 m2
Prior to paint operations all Hydro jets fittings/hydraulic equipment, speed
log, echo sounder and anodes not being replaced to be protected from
paint spray, and on completion of paint operations protection is to be
removed.
All surface contaminates to be removed from the hull by means of
pressure fresh water washing, with a lance pressure not less than 250psi
and NOT EXCEEDING 500psi
Damaged areas to be prepared to a standard of SA2.5 or equivalent by
grit blasting, or other means, all edges of prepared areas to be feathered
back by disking.
Prior to application of the Intersleek 425, hull to be thoroughly washed
down using a mild, neutral, water soluble degreaser.
The damaged areas on completion of preparation and cleaning to be
coated as follows:
1 touch up coat 20% - Penguard HB, White 150 dft
1 touch up coat 20% - Penguard HB, Grey 150 dft
1 full coat - Safeguard Universal ES Red 100 dft
1 full coat - Sea force 60, light red 85 dft
1 full coat - Sea Force 60, dark red 85 dft
Underwater Markings (10m2)
Note: Above specification to be confirmed by attending paint company
representative after inspection of the vessel in drydock.
Allow for:
Staging to be provided
Screen nets
Removal and disposal of all blasting grit and debris
Local cleaning
5% side bottom to be blasted
Washing down hull on completion of blasting
200 m2 of hard scraping
Quote:
Complete job as described above

L03 TUNNEL AREA (Between hulls under main deck).


Surface area: 500m2.
Where necessary remove all weld spatter, smooth weld seams and sharp
edges. Fresh water wash to remove all dirt and contamination, as
necessary. Degrease according to SSPC-SP1 solvent cleaning. Ensure area
is clean and dry prior to application. Blast damaged/corroded areas to Sa2
ISO 8501-1 or SSPC SP6. Feather or chip back surrounding area to a
sound edge. Overlap onto existing sound coating by 2-3 cms.
The damaged areas on completion of preparation and cleaning to be
coated as follows:
1 touch up coat 20% - Penguard HB, White 150 dft
1 touch up coat 20% - Penguard HB, Grey 150 dft
1 touch up coat 20% - Hardtop AS, Blue 138 60 dft
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Complete job as described above

L04 TOPSIDES & SUPERSTRUCTURE


Surface area: 1800 m2
Prior to paint operations all accommodation windows and fittings to be
protected from paint spray as well as Hydro Jet fittings/ hydraulic
equipment and on completion of paint operations protection is to be
removed.
Where necessary remove all weld spatter, smooth weld seams and sharp
edges. Fresh water wash to remove all dirt and contamination, as
necessary. Degrease according to SSPC-SP1 solvent cleaning. Ensure area
is clean and dry prior to application. Blast damaged/corroded areas to Sa2
ISO 8501-1 or SSPC SP6. Feather or chip back surrounding area to a
sound edge. Overlap onto existing sound coating by 2-3 cms.
White Areas - Surface Area 9002.
1 touch up coat 10% Penguard HB White 150 dft
1 touch up coat 10% Penguard HB Grey 38 150 dft
1 touch up coat 10% Hardtop AS White 60 dft
Black Areas around windows - Surface Area 100m2.
1 touch up coat 10% Penguard HB White 150 dft
1 touch up coat 10% Penguard HB Grey 38 150 dft
1 touch up coat 10% Hardtop AS Black 60 dft
Blue Areas - Surface Area 200m2.
1 touch up coat 10% Penguard HB White 150 dft
1 touch up coat 10% Penguard HB Grey 38 150 dft
1 full coat Hardtop AS Black 60 dft
Allow for:
Staging to be provided
Screen nets
Removal and disposal of all shot blast
Local cleaning
50% to be grit blasted
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Complete job as described above
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For everything as above

L04 RAMPS
Staging is to be erected to allow safe working access to the following
areas:-
Underside of Ramp:
Aft (including frames) 80 m2
It is to be thoroughly de-greased according to SSPC-SP1 solvent cleaning.
High pressure fresh water washed, and all damaged areas to be
mechanically disked or rotary wire brushed to remove all scale.
Undersides of ramp may need to be spot blasted using grit or hydro
blasting to remove scale and other deposits.
1 touch up coat 20% Penguard HB White 125 dft
1 touch up coat 20% Penguard HB Grey 38 60 dft
1 full coat Hardtop AS, White 138 60 dft
Allow for:
Staging to be provided
Local cleaning
20% to be mechanically scaled
50% under each ramp spot blasted
Painting as above
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For everything as above