Ship Operations and Management 2017
Foreword by Mark
President, Columbia Shipmanagement
The thousands of ships, vessels and craft that are trading in
the world today all have to be operated and managed. For some
maritime operations, the task is a straightforward one, but it
becomes more challenging as the venture increases in size and
complexity. Ship management and the operation of ships is a crucial
branch of shipbroking.
Anyone planning to study this complex subject with a view to
employment with a ship operator or a ship manager should read this
book as it covers all areas that are necessary for ship operations.
These will include the ship, its registration and classification,
insurance, crews and bunkers. The structure of shipowning and
management organisations is detailed in the book as well as the
ship manager's legal relationship with others. Voyage estimating
and accounting are also discussed.
Ship Operations and Management is a valuable reference
to everyone who wants to broaden their general knowledge of the
shipping industry and its myriad facets.
Tony Addison, Contributing Editor
Nick de Spon, Technical Reviewer
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