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summarized bunker survey report
Our bunker Surveyors attended on board “VESSEL A” and the supply “VESSEL B” whilst they were lying safely afloat and double banked, and subsequently gauged the ships’ tanks in order to calculate and ascertain the nominated quantity of Heavy Fuel Oil as received by the receiving vessel.

SURVEYORS COMMENTS:

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Our Constellation Marine Surveyors boarded the “VESSEL A”, and all the bunker tanks were gauged by them in conjunction with the Chief Engineer of the vessel to determine the quantity of Heavy Fuel Oil on board prior to receipt of bunkers. The quantity of Heavy Fuel Oil remaining on board “VESSEL A” prior to receipt of Heavy Fuel Oil was calculated as follows:

ROB Heavy Fuel Oil on arrival prior to receipt bunker 56.049 M.T
ROB Heavy Fuel Oil prior to receipt nominated tanks — NIL
(Tank No’s – 23 Deep P and 24 Deep S )

 Bunker supplying “VESSEL B came along side “VESSEL A” and was moored. Constellation Marine inspectors boarded the bunker supplying vessel, and gauged all her cargo tanks in conjunction with the Chief Officer of the vessel and calculated the quantity of Heavy Fuel oil in the cargo tanks as follows:

Heavy Fuel Oil prior to discharge in nominated tanks 885.284 M.T
(Tank No’s – 4P and 4S)

 Hose was connected to the bunker manifold of “VESSEL A” and cargo manifold of  “VESSEL B” and commenced transfer of Fuel Oil from the latter to the former.

At the completed discharge of Fuel Oil from “VESSEL A” and the marine bunker surveyors, in conjunction with the aforementioned personnel gauged the cargo tanks of the vessel in the uae and calculated the quantity remaining in the cargo tanks in order to ascertain the quantity of Heavy Fuel Oil discharged by the bunker supplying vessel.

Quantity of Heavy Oil remaining on board after discharge 492.784 M.T
Quantity of Heavy Fuel Oil prior to discharge 885.284 M.T
Quantity of Heavy Fuel Oil discharged by bunker vessel 392.500 M.T
(Tank No’s – 4P and 4S)

 On completion of transfer of Heavy Fuel oil we gauged the nominated bunker tanks of the receiving vessel A in conjunction with the Chief Engineer and calculated the quantity of Heavy Fuel Oil on board to ascertain the quantity received by the vessel.

Quantity of Heavy Fuel Oil on board after receipt 392.400 M.T
Quantity of Heavy Fuel Oil on board before receipt — NIL
(Tank No’s – 23 Deep P and 24 Deep S ) -NIL-
Quantity of Heavy Fuel Oil received 392.400 M.T
(Tank No’s – 23 Deep P and 24 Deep S )

 SUMMARY:

Quantity of Fuel Oil 380 CST discharged by “VESSEL B” 392.500 M.T
Quantity of Fuel Oil 380 CST received by “VESSEL A” 392.400 M.T

  The documents attached with the report were as followed:

 a.    Time sheet

  1. b.    Ullage Report “VESSEL B”– Prior to discharge
  2. c.    Ullage Report “VESSEL A”   Prior to receipt
  3. d.    Ullage Report – “VESSEL B”After discharge
  4. e.    Ullage Report – “VESSEL A” –  After receipt
  5. f.      Bunker Delivery Receipt
  6. g.    Quantity Comparison
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