Presentation

* The surveyor of Ship Marine Surveying has a full more than 30 years marine experience as a seaman and a naval/marine engineer in technical support ashore for ship/boat.

Among others, he has been:

- chief engineer

- naval workshop manager

- ship and boat superintendent

- technical architect for ship/boat

- section head for vibration surveying, diesel engines and naval propulsion (senior surveyor)

 

 

* His field of marine surveying covers all types of ship and boat such as leisure boat (sailboat and motorboat), workboat, harbour boat, classic boat, small craft,...

 

*  The systems inspected cover all functions onboard:

- propulsion: propulsive line, engines, sails & rigging,...

- buoyancy: hull, structure, stability,...

- seaworthness: transmission, detection,...

- maneuvrabilité: steering-gear, stabilizer, thruster,...

- safety: fire fighting and water ingress fighting equipment,...

- accomodations and services spaces

- deck fitting

 

* Furthermore, the surveyor is Ship Expert for the Court of Appeal in Rennes (Expert Witness).

Diplomas

- Diploma in Marine Surveying awarded by the Lloyd's Maritime Academy (UK)

- Diploma in Yacht and Small Craft awarded by the International Institute of Marine Surveying (UK)

- Master Degree in Maintenance (Ingénieur) awarded by the French Ministry of Education in association with the ENSAM Paris

Qualification and certifications

- CEng (Chartered Engineer) registred in British Engineering Council (UK)

- CMarEng (Chartered Marine Engineer) certified by the Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology (UK)

- Certified in Yacht and Boat Design Level 1 by the Westlawn Institute of Marine Technology (USA)

 
- Certified in Speed and Angle of Blow Assessment by the Marine Training Academy (UK)


- Certified in Sails and Rigging Survey by the Marine Training Academy (UK)

- Specialisation in Yacht and Small Craft Valuation by the International Institute of Marine Surveying (UK)


 - Specialisation in Marine Environment Surveying by the Lloyd's Maritime Academy (UK)

 

- Chief Engineer


- Internal Quality Auditor ISO 9001 v2015 

 

- Leisure boat driving license

Professional bodies (full member)

MIIMS - The International Institute of Marine Surveying (UK)

 

MCMS - The Society of Consulting Marine Engineers and Ship Surveyors (UK)

 

MRINA - The Royal Institution of Naval Architects (UK)

 

MIMarEST - The Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology (UK)

 

MNI - The Nautical Institute (UK)

 

MSNAME - The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers (USA)

 

MABYC - The American of Boat and Yacht Council (USA)

 

Association des Techniques Maritimes et Aéronautiques - ATMA

 

Compagnie Nationale des Experts Judiciares Maritimes et Plaisances - CNEJMP

Continuing Professional Development

In order to maintain the best skills, the surveyor of Ship Marine Surveying get training courses every year via special educational organisation and marine professional bodies.

 

For example:

- Boat Accident Investigation (American Boat and Yacht Council - USA)

 

- FRP/GRP buiding and repair for small craft (Institut Nautique de Bretagne - France)

 

- Technical training for Expert Witness (Institut de Soudure - Villepinte - France)

 

- Forensic Psychology (Open University - UK)

 

- Coatings Inspection (National Association of Corrosion Engineers - USA)

 

- Certifying training in "Cathodic Protection for seawater application sector" level 1 (French Corrosion Institute - France)

Training Societies

MIIMS - The International Institute of Marine Surveying

The International Institute of Marine Surveying

MCMS - The Society of Consulting Marine Engineers and Ship Surveyors

The Society of Consulting Marine Engineers and Ship Surveyors

MRINA - The Royal Institution of Naval Architects

The Royal Institution of Naval Architects

CMarEng MIMarEST - The Institute of Marine Enginering, Science and Technology

The Institute of Marine Enginering, Science and Technology

MNI - The Nautical Institute

The Nautical Institute

MSNAME - The Society of Naval Archtects and Marine Engineers

The Society of Naval Archtects and Marine Engineers

MABYC - The American Boat and Yacht Council

The American Boat and Yacht Council