Inspection of Craft

The process for arranging for an inspection of pleasure craft.

 

Inspection of craft

SZ licence

Every pleasure craft intended for private use (SZ) must pass an inspection of the hull and its appliances/equipment detailed in (Appendix 3, Appendix 4 and Appendix 5) and any other requirement as may be required by the Port Master before a license is granted. Thereafter, for a pleasure craft (SZ) licensed to carry 12 persons or less, an inspection will be required every 36 months. If the pleasure craft (SZ) is licensed to carry more than 12 persons, an inspection will be required every 12 months.

SZH licence

Every pleasure craft intended for commercial use (SZH) must undergo a survey conducted by a recognised surveyor in accordance with such requirements as the Port Master may specify from time and time. Include an examination of the pleasure craft, its machinery, fittings, equipment and appliances to ensure they comply with the regulations and are in satisfactory condition.

Table 3: List of recognised surveyors

Surveyor Telephone Number Fax Number Email
ABS Pacific 6276 8700 6276 8286 mzahirul@eagle.com
Lloyd’s Register Asia 6278 9444 6273 1662 Brijesh.tewari@lr.org
RINA Singapore   6532 7737 6738 0813 Subrata.das@rina.org

 

Arrangement for inspection of craft prefix with SZ as follows: Book an inspection at OSDC - Please book in person at least one week in advance.
Inspection sites - See Appendix 2.

MPA reserves the right to change the inspection time slot without prior notice.

Pay the Inspection Fee -For pleasure craft licensed with prefix SZ, no inspection fee is levied if inspection is done at designated sites unless a re-inspection is required due to failure or cancellation of the first booking.Craft Inspection Passed -
The applicant shall pay the necessary dues and fees within 7 days after the craft has passed the inspection.

Craft Inspection Failed -The applicant shall arrange for a re-inspection to be carried out within 14 days when the defects are rectified.A craft is deemed to have failed the inspection if the applicant failed to turn up or the required appliances and equipment were not available for examination at the appointed date and time of inspection.A craft is deemed to have failed the inspection if the applicant failed to turn up or the required appliances and equipment were not available for examination at the appointed date and time of inspection.