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The design of a passenger ship was undertaken by a naval architect, who was appointed by aship yard. Once the ship entered service, a number of problems were reported by the operator.
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The design of a small aluminium ship was undertaken by a naval architect, who was insured by ITIC. The owner advised that the ship was to be capable of achieving a specific commercial survey class.
Ship owners entered an agreement to carry a number of wind turbines. They instructed one of ITIC’s naval architect members to carry out work to enable the vessel to load the highest possible number of wind turbines. The member’s...
A naval architect was appointed to re-design and certify part of a mast support structure on a yacht. The yacht was being converted into a luxury vessel to be used in commercial operations....
Design errors can cause claims - a cracked keel...
A naval architect was contracted to design a yacht for a race.