Killybegs Marine Surveyors is available to act as a marine superintendent on your behalf. We work with clients right across the marine industry.
The role of a marine superintendent is to supervise a vessel during all dry docking activities. The main reason a vessel will be dry docked is to undergo repairs. As your superintendent, we will travel to the necessary shipyard regularly and oversee all repair works. We will ensure that repairs are being carried out in a proper, safe, and efficient manner. We will visually record and document the progress of the repairs and compile a detailed report for the client. Killybegs Marine Surveyors is also available as a superintendent for all new build projects. We work closely with the ship engineers to ensure the vessel is being built in conjunction with all plans and timeframes.
No matter where the shipyard is, the stage of the build, or the number of repairs required, you can trust Killybegs Marine Surveyors with all your marine superintendency needs.
Marine Superintendent FAQs
What is a marine superintendent?
A marine superintendent is an experienced marine professional who acts on behalf of a ship-owner. They typically supervise repairs and new build. They travel to the shipyard on behalf of the vessel owner to monitor the progress of a build or repairs. Sometimes, the superintendent will have decision making powers and authority.
Why do I need a marine superintendent?
Hiring a marine superintendent is not always necessary. However, it can be a good idea especially if you do not have a lot of experience or knowledge yourself. The superintendent will be able to quickly identify issues in the progress of repairs or a build, create money and time saving solutions, as well as ensure all work is carried out in a proper manner.
How much does a marine superintendent charge?
Each marine superintendent will charge a different price for their services. Pricing is based on the shipyard, the type of vessel, the dry docking time, etc. For pricing details and further information please contact Noel and Killybegs Marine Surveyors directly.