Sea Trial Report for a Ship

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|Sea Trial Report |
|VESSEL NAME: RAWABI 11 |
|Hull No. : H 1074 |
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|Builder: |PT ASL SHIPYARD INDONESIA | | |
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|Owner: |SWIBER ENGINEERING LIMITED | | |
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|Class: |AMERICAN BUREAU OF SHIPPING | | |

Contents

Contents 2

Basic Preamble 4

1. General Conditions 4

2. Vessel Particulars 4

3. Sea Trial Conditions Checklist/Form 5

Navigation Part 8

4. Magnetic Compass 8

5.…...

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