Annex 7 Condition Evaluation Report Issued upon completion of renewal survey
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Annex 7 Condition Evaluation Report Issued upon completion of renewal survey

General particulars

Ship's name: Class/Administration identity number:
Previous class/Administration identity number(s):
IMO number:
Port of registry: National flag:
Previous national flag(s):
Deadweight (metric tonnes) : Gross tonnage:
ITC (1969):
Date of build: Classification notation:
Date of major conversion:
Type of conversion: Owner:
  Previous owner(s)

  1 The survey reports and documents listed below have been reviewed by the undersigned and found to be satisfactory

  2 The renewal survey has been completed in accordance with the present Guidelines on (date)

Condition evaluation report completed by Name
Office Date  
Condition evaluation report verified by Name
Office Date  

 Attached reports and documents:

  • 1)

  • 2)

  • 3)

  • 4)

  • 5)

  • 6)

Contents of condition evalution report

Part 1 General particulars: See front page
Part 2 Report review: Where and how survey was done
Part 3 Close-up survey: Extent (which tanks/holds)
Part 4 Thickness measurements: Reference to thickness measurement report
Summary of where measured
Separate form indicating the spaces with substantial corrosion, and corresponding:
thickness diminution
corrosion pattern
Part 5 Tank corrosion prevention system: Separate form indicating:
location of coating/anodes
condition of coating (if applicable)
Part 6 Repairs: Identification of spaces/areas
Part 7 Condition of class/flag State requirements:  
Part 8 Memoranda: Acceptable defects
    Any points of attention for future surveys, e.g., for suspect areas
    Extended annual/intermediate survey due to coating breakdown
Part 9 Conclusion: Statement on evaluation/verification of survey report

Extract of thickness measurements

 Reference is made to the thickness measurement report:

Position of substantially corroded tanks/areas1 or areas with deep pitting3 Thickness diminution [%] Corrosion pattern2 Remarks: e.g. (e.g., ref. attached sketches)
1 Substantial corrosion, i.e., 75% 100% of acceptable margins wasted.
2 P = Pitting
  C = Corrosion in general
3 Any bottom plating with a pitting intensity of 20% or more, with wastage in the substantial corrosion range or having an average depth of pitting of 1/3 or more of actual plate thickness should be noted.

Tank/hold corrosion prevention system

Tank/hold Nos.1 Tank/hold corrosion prevention system2 Coating condition3 Remarks
1 All ballast tanks and cargo holds should be listed.
2 C = Coating A = Anodes NP = No protection
3 Coating condition according to the following standard:
  GOOD condition with only minor spot rusting.
  FAIR condition with local breakdown of coating at edges of stiffeners and weld connections and/or light rusting over 20% or more of areas under consideration, but less than as defined for POOR condition.
  POOR condition with general breakdown of coating over 20% or more of areas or hard scale at 10% or more of areas under consideration.

 If coating condition POOR is given, extended annual surveys should be introduced. This should be noted in part 7 of the Contents of condition evaluation report.

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