To avoid commercial vessel safety operational threats, reduce the risk of casualties and incidents and company reputational failure.
The IMRRA aggregated database is used for analyzing the potential risks of ships, based on the "big data" algorithm concept, and serves as an effective tool for identifying high-risk vessels that pose a threat to the navigation safety and marine industry
Avoid liabilities by using marinerating.com through due-diligence of vessel risk, taking the opportunity to gain financial rewards from the vessel risk levels.
Stage one: reference marinerating.com for your vessel hazard identification when looking at Dry and Liquid bulk vessels with Red/Amber/Green traffic light risk ratings.
Stage two: compare vessel risk to fleet average.
Register now for a free 12-months trial subscription to marinerating.com to view vessel traffic light risk ratings. No financial details required. ‘Red’ requires immediate action, ‘Amber’ a planned approach and ‘Green’ vessels have higher standards.
New vessel risk rating reports are researched by a team of dedicated team of vessel risk analysts, using the latest data available, and emailed to you within 4-business hours.
Risk rate not only the vessel, but the Operator and its entire fleet.
New reports are researched by a team of dedicated team of risk analysts, using the latest data available, and emailed to you within 4-business hours.
Typically, Red and Amber vessel and Operator risk ratings will result in a new vessel risk report request. New reports are available within 4-business hours and includes vessel traffic light risk warnings, vessel risk rating compared to fleet average, ownership details, casualty and PSC history, and technical Operator’s risk rating.
Typically, Red and Amber vessel and Operator risk ratings will result in a new vessel risk report request. Current fleet average risk ratings are circa 35%.