Seeking Qualified Marine Surveyor

POSITION: MARINE SURVEYOR/CONSULTANT MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Licensed Senior Officer (Deck or Engine) PREFERRED EXPERIENCE: Minimum Five (5) Years Master / Chief Engineer Experience on Deep Sea Vessels Tanker Certification Bachelor’s Degree (or equivalent) from Accredited Institution Prior Work History in Shipyard… Read More

New Maritime Professional

3D Marine USA, Inc. is pleased to announce the addition of Capt. Vikas Chaudhary to our staff in Houston, Texas. The shale-gas revolution in the United States has fundamentally transformed the world energy market. With Ethane, LPG & LNG export… Read More

Lloyd’s Cargo Damage Surveys

In addition to the survey work carried out on board vessels and ashore on behalf of vessel owners, we are appointed by an increasing number of Lloyd’s Market Syndicates, providing services in various sectors, including marine, transportation, terminal and property… Read More

David Scruton

Master Mariner (Unlimited), BSc, MNI, M.C.I.T., 16 years practical seagoing experience up to and including Master, sailing on general cargo, heavy lift, bulk carriers, container vessels and offshore supply vessels (OSV), including towing and anchor handling. Appointed on numerous occasions as a Maritime Operations and Safety Expert. Experienced in all aspects of maritime inspections and claims. He is also qualified by The Texas Department of Wildlife as a Boaters Education instructor and experienced with pleasure craft, including jet skis and sailboats. He is on the Board of Directors for the Houston Maritime Arbitrators Association and has also acted as a Substitute Custodian during detainment of a vessel.

David Marsh

F.N.I. – British Master’s License with 26 years seagoing experience, including ten years in command, crude oil, product and specialized tankers, OBO vessels, gas carriers, bulk container and general cargo vessels. Specialist in pollution management, monitoring and auditing of costs, as well as with hazardous materials. He has represented clients in court and in depositions in UK and USA. Appointed as Arbitrator under AAA rules and is a member of the Houston Maritime Arbitrators Association.

Rishad Alikhan

Experienced with insurance investigations and container surveys, including wine, fruit and other foodstuff. Also experienced with transfer of residence damage surveys, including artwork and other personal collectables.  He is an arbitrator with the Houston Maritime Arbitrators Association. He is familiar with special project cargo loading and discharge operations. Additionally, he has experience in serving as a substitute custodian for arrested vessels in  coordination with the US Marshal Service. 

Keith Reay

C.ENG., MIMARE, MCME, MIEE, AMS – Chief Engineer with University Degree in Engineering, served sea time as Ship’s Chief Engineer and shore time as Ship’s Superintendent and Fleet Manager, experienced in all vessel types, including LPG. He is also experienced in assessment of marine equipment and condition, cranes, wharves, jetties, collision damages, fire investigations, condition and valuation surveys. He has represented clients in court and in depositions and is a member of Houston Maritime Arbitrators Association.

Marc Fazioli

USCG Licensed Master, BSc – Marine Transportation (25 years experience in the maritime industry). Served in all positions from Deckhand to Master on a variety of vessels, including Tankers, Geared Bulkers, Container Ships, Car Carriers, Research Ships, Tugs & Passenger Vessels. He also served as the Harbor Pilot for U.S. Government & Commercial Vessels calling the Port of Kwajalein, RMI. He specializes in oil/chemical matters, has extensive experience with bulk cargoes and steel products, and carries out vessel condition surveys for major P&I Clubs.  He has been appointed as Consultant & Expert Witness, testifying in both State & Federal Courts.

Elliott Tulloch

U.S.C.G. Licensed Master. BSc, Cum Laude, Marine Transportation; Bachelor of Arts, Mathematics and Philosophy, 20 years experience in the maritime industry, including general cargoes, fruit and foodstuffs, tanker operations, salvage, towing, aids to navigation & hydrographic surveys. He has carried out surveys, & investigations of collisions, groundings, sinkings, pollution, personal injuries, fatalities, engineering casualties, steel, grain, petroleum, cotton, pharmaceutical & chemical cargoes, condition & valuation surveys, on/off hire surveys, & safety surveys of polar passenger vessels.  Qualified by the Texas Department of Wildlife as a Boater Education instructor. He has represented clients in court & in depositions. He is an arbitrator with the Houston Maritime Arbitrators Association. 

Joanne Gillespie

Qualified English Solicitor who practiced maritime law in London before moving to the United States in 1999. She is an experienced, licensed marine claims adjustor and has coordinated the investigation and adjusting of a variety of third party claims, including collision, pollution, cargo damage, and personal injury cases with emphasis not only on US matters, but also Caribbean, Central and South American based claims. She coordinates surveys with specialists and oversees reporting, especially of more complex matters. She works closely with leading underwriters to fulfill their surveying needs, handles marketing, acting as client liaison and is the manager of the 3D Marine USA, Inc. Florida office.