Ship Inspection Project
Vessel inspections are performed generally when there has been a mechanical malfunction, collision or other mishaps that has cause the vessel to come in contact with another objects such as the riverbed, shoal, another vessel or non-moving structures. Vessel inspections include inspecting for any damage of the rudder, propeller, bow thruster, bilge keel and bottom of the vessel. Another very important aspect of ship inspections is they're typically conducted at any time day or night. They're generally considered an emergency inspection service. In some instances vessels have sunk requiring extensive salvage efforts. Hunt Underwater Specialties has been performing these services for several decades and has considerable experience and knowledge when performing inspections, salvage and other related services. Pictured below are some recent ship inspections.