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TSS Offshore Diving Job

TSS Goes Offshore!!

 

offshore diving job in Thailand

Another company milestone was set this week, as Thai Subsea Services Ltd. conducted its first offshore diving project.

Responding to an emergency callout from a longtime valued client, divers and crew onboard the M/V TSS Shepherd managed to mobilize and set sail for the Gulf of Thailand within a remarkable timeframe.

M/V TSS SHEPHERD

M/V TSS SHEPHERD 

 

Thailand Steel Diving Boat

Thai Subsea Services Ltd. is proud to announce the arrival of our new diving boat TSS SHEPHERD.

This beautiful vessel will provide a first-class working experience for future TSS endeavors.

Effects of Incorrect Hull Cleaning Practices

Container ship in the middel of the sea

Incorrect maintenance practices and merely unprofessional ship care can turn up and cost you heaps of dollars in the long run. From potentially ruining the ecosystem (by harboring hazardous pests and marine species), a dirty hull can lead to various ship inefficiencies. If you’re new to the shipping industry or generally unaware of correct hull cleaning practices, our hull cleaning experts at Thai Subsea Services are here to help.

It’s extremely important to adopt a thorough and consistent hull cleaning program for your ships, whether they be bulk carriers, tankers, or offshore marine vessels.

In this blog, we will discuss the adverse impact of inconsistent and incorrect hull cleaning practices that can compromise your ship’s performance.

Underwater Welding The Art of Mixing Fire and Water

Correct Procedures for Underwater Welding

 

Underwater What?

Underwater welding. The two words together sound like a contradictory statement. How could anything involving exposed electricity safely take place underwater?

Welding and water, electricity and fluid? It’s simply doesn’t sound right when hearing it for the first time. Under most circumstances, we see this mixture as a bad idea.

International Association of Classification Societies

International Sailing Container ShipA ship intended to sail in international trade must hold a valid class certificate, issued upon verification of its compliance with the rules of a Classification Society.

Member societies of the International Association of Classification Societies (IACS) are non-governmental organizations that are responsible for more than 90% of the world’s cargo-carrying ships’ tonnage.

Some of these societies have been around for a very long time. Lloyd’s Register of London for example, was established in 1760.  In those times, the shipping industry was experiencing rapid growth and was in a need of a system to properly assess and ensure the quality of the ships embarking on travel in the high seas.