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Ship Technical Consultancy

WESKROG with hits own highly skilled staff, naval architects and naval engineers provides a wide range of consultancy services globally from surveys/inspection to turn key project management.

Key clients are insurance, brokers, owners, shipyards.

We deliver quality trough our services and our mission is to provide the customer with the benefit of our services more than our competitors, i.e. give something more thanks to the synergies in our organization, the quality of our services and the knowledge of all the issues that revolve around the shipping business.

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Ship Surveyors
Pre Vetting
Engineering Consultancy
We undertake Inspection and Condition Survey of vessels and all single major equipment for pre-purchase, demolition, on/off Hire etc, on behalf of Buyers / Charters / Owners.

A Pre-vetting Inspection is the condition for minimising or even eliminating the risk of negative observations during a Vetting, thus maintaining a low observation score in the database.

Our engineering department providing naval architecture, structural design and analysis services to the marine and small craft markets.

New Building Consultancy
Ship Conversion Consultancy
Ship Calculations
The ship performance depends primarily on three key elements: the design, construction quality and supervision.
We are the third element.

With our worlwide expertise partners we are able to give a projects range from complete vessel design, preparation of class approval drawing packages and more.

Freeboard Calculation according to the International Convention  on Load Lines, 1966. Can your ship load more?

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Planned Maintenance System
Ballast Water Treatment
Exhaust Scrubber Engineering
The  fly-teams is ready to travel all over the world in order to carry  out your maintenance and repair projects on board a vessel while on  voyage, guaranteeing on-time completion with competitive cost.

The International Convention for the Control and Management of Ships' Ballast Water and Sediments (BWM Convention) will enter into force on 8 September 2017. WESKROG deliver projects and executions.

The ship in the picture do not use scrubber. A scrubber is a device installed in the exhaust system after the engine or boiler that treats the exhaust gas with a variety of substances including sea water, chemically treated fresh water or dry substances, so as to remove most of the SOx from the exhaust and reduce PM to some extent.

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