Vessel survey

The Zr. Ms. Pelikaan of the Royal Dutch Navy is a support vessel stationed in the Caribbean and is mainly used for humanitarian aid in the area. In the near future the vessel will reach half of the intended lifespan, therefore a midlife update program is planned to take place in the Netherlands. Due to the nature of the deployment in the Caribbean, the vessel will only be available for a short timespan before having to return.

Picture of the Zr. Ms. Pelikaan Project in Curaçao by Saltwater Engineering

Saltwater Engineering is currently in an investigative phase of the engineering process, the work mainly consists of transferring the requests and wishes provided by the Navy to workable and acceptable proposal engineering drawings. In order to ensure the quality of the engineering work, two engineers traveled to Curaçao to review the proposal engineering on site and discuss the proposals with the marines stationed on the vessel. The discussions with the marines and other involved parties gave the engineers good insights in their wishes allowing them to finetune the proposal drawings to suit the needs.

Sightseeing Curaҫao

The two engineers that traveled to Curaçao used their opportunity to relax on the local beaches, tour the island and enjoy all that the island has to offer.

Zr. Ms. Pelikaan
Zr. Ms. Pelikaan
Picture of a beach in Curaçao Saltwater Engineering Project Zr. Ms. Pelikaan

Project

PROJECT INFORMATION

Description:
– Vessel survey

Task:

– Survey the vessel to review the as-is state
– Verify proposal engineering on board
– Providing adequate technical advice

Picture of the Zr. Ms. Pelikaan Project in Curaçao by Saltwater Engineering
Picture of a vessel in Curaçao Saltwater Engineering Project Zr. Ms. Pelikaan
Picture of the Zr. Ms. Pelikaan Project in Curaçao by Saltwater Engineering
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