There are many things to consider when arranging a vessel dry-docking requirements including; location, quality, timescales, cost, service scope as outlined by the flag and class approval authority, and where applicable, the original equipment manufacturer (OEM). In addition, the many items of products and spare parts that need to be purchased must be considered, which can often result in needing to use multiple suppliers.
As a complete safety solutions provider, we will work to oversee your full safety requirement, eliminating the need to use multiple suppliers, significantly reducing the complexity behind the dry dock. Survitec actions this through proven processes, tight controls, good preparation, and close supervision; overall ensuring exceptional results. To help make this process as easy and efficient as possible, we also offer a dedicated project manager, who will ensure that your dry dock is managed effectively and delivered on time.
For passenger vessels, the inspection of the ship’s bottom is required annually. Two of such inspections in a period of five years must be carried in dry dock, and the maximum interval between these inspections should be 3 years for vessels older than 15 years. Newer vessels may attend dry dock once every 5 years.
Trusted expertise along the way
Start to finish, Survitec holds your dry dock project to the highest standards, to ensure added value, and provide an unparallel customer service experience. To keep communication simple, your project manager will be your go-to source for all questions related to servicing, scheduling, finance, and follow-up. Once we define your specific needs for the vessel(s), we will map out a strategic scope of work and concise project plan. The process looks like this:
|STAGE 1 -||DEFINE PROJECT SCOPE AND GOALS|
|STAGE 2 -||OUTLINE PROJECT PLAN KPI'S|
|STAGE 3 -||SCHEDULE RESOURCES|
|STAGE 4 -||EXECUTE DELIVERABLES|
|STAGE 5 -||REPORT ON DELIVERABLES AND KPI'S|
|STAGE 6 -||ANALYSE KPI'S|
|STAGE 7 -||CLOSE OUT PROJECT|
Survitec dry-docking capabilities span all areas, including lifeboats and davits, marine evacuation systems and liferafts, fire systems, industrial appliances, and water solutions. We cover both major and minor maintenance and inspection to meet your 10 and 5 yearly service and inspection requirements as required.
Dry-docking specific scope of service, Survitec can offer:
Survitec have strategically located a number of service centre locations alongside the world’s major dry-docking facilities, helping to aid in a quick and efficient service and the intimate relationship needed.
Survitec dry dock locations include:
Our global cruise team aims to provide impeccable quality, excellent cost-savings, and immediate access to what our customers need, when they need it. We look forward to showing you how we think beyond compliance, to help you achieve more.
“We’re with you every step of the way to ensure the job is done right.”
Survitec is the OEM, supplier and training provider for a number world leading brands including; RFD, DSB, SurvitecZodiac, Crewsaver, Maritime Protection, Novenco Fire Fighting, and more. Working with Survitec gives you direct contact to the OEM, helping to ensure a prompt and accurate response. As a multi-brand provider, we work with several suppliers and can provide supply, service, and training needs for brands outside of our own portfolio. In addition to the global leading OEM approvals, Survitec provides strong 3rd party approvals, Class and Flag approvals.
Survitec has invested heavily in developing Consistent Global Delivery Strategies, and as such have secured a Global Z17 Approval for key services from DNV-GL. This approval is targeted to extend to Lloyds, ABS and RINA over the coming 6 months. As a recognised quality service provider, we also provide safety service for other brands to get 3rd party approvals.