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With over 21 years serving industry needs, Tsunami Marine Limited has the experience and know-how to support you. We are a naval architectural, marine consultancy and ship surveying organisation with a wide range of services.

Our administrative staff has extensive experience in the marine industry and is well versed in the necessary systems and procedures required to support all aspects of marine consultancy, surveys and auditing, inclusive of more than twenty (20) years IMO Conventions and statutory matters. Our surveyors and inspectors are all certified or qualified with a minimum certification of Diploma in the applicable field of service.

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Design of Sea Fastening Arrangements

Design and Verification
• Review of Plans
• Sea Fastening Arrangements and Lashing Calculations


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• Marine Engineering
• Navigation


The presence of hazardous materials on ships are common place and are unlikely to go away as they are necessary for the construction and maintenance of a vessel. Asbestos, for example, is one of the most common materials found on board and is used primarily in the walls and doors of an engine room due to its thermal insulation and fire-resistant properties. However, it is also extremely hazardous when it is broken up and can lead to fatal diseases if inhaled. Long-term exposure to heavy metals like lead or mercury (which can be found in paints, batteries, etc) can also cause irreversible neurological damage.

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International Medical Guide for Ships, 3rd Edition, published by the WHO and addresses, among others, the kinds and amounts of medicines, medical supplies and equipment that should be considered for a ship’s medicine chest, and requirements for their re-supply, replacement, and disposal.

Except for ships carrying dangerous goods, the content of a ship’s medicine chest is not mandated through any statutory requirement to which the Administrator is a party.

However, guidance on the medicines and medical supplies that should be maintained on board is provided in the International Medical Guide for Ships and its Quantification Addendum published by the WHO.

All Vessels

All vessels must stock their medicine chests so that the inventory (types, dosage and quantities of medicines, medical supplies and equipment) is appropriate to the particular vessel’s route, operation and number of persons on board. All vessels greater than 500GT must, in addition to any other requirement, provide commercially available first aid kits for their engine room and galley.

Vessels with a Doctor on board

Vessels, including passenger ships, carrying 100 or more persons and ordinarily engaged on international voyages of more than three days’ duration are required to carry a qualified medical doctor responsible for providing medical care.

For mobile offshore drilling units and mobile offshore units (as defined in MI-293), the requirement for a doctor on board may be met with a qualified medic or nurse where the unit is within helicopter range to shore medical services and facilities. The exact inventory of medicines, medical equipment and supplies should be determined by the ship owner or operator in consultation with a qualified medical practitioner, such as the ship’s doctor or pharmacist.

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