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Private & ConfidentialSurvey Report OfO. S. V. “JHW Amethyst”

Private & ConfidentialSurvey of M.V. JHW AmethystOverview of JHW AmethystJHW AmethystVessel Specification JHW Amethyst is all steel welded or constructed Offshore Supply Vessel,fitted with a single deck, a raised forecastle deck, racked stem andtransom stern, accommodation or navigation spaces forward andmachinery spaces with a clear deck space aft, built in 2009 by BousteadNaval Yard, Lumut, Malaysia.Main propulsion machinery is by twin Caterpillar 3606, 6 cylinders, in-line,turbocharged, diesel engines, developing a total of 5444HP at 1000rpmand geared to drive twin screw shafts end fitted with CP Propellers,housed in fixed kort nozzles.The Vessel is also fitted with an electric motor driven bow thrusters rated699HP and giving an 8 tons thrust.The principal particulars of the vessel is tabulated below :ParticularsDescriptionType of vesselOffshore Supply VesselLength (O.A)60.50metresDepth (Reg.)5.75metresGross tonnage1536TNet tonnage461TOfficial no.333909Call sign9MIC4IMO9528689Built2009, Boustead Penang Shipyard Sdn Bhd, Lumut,MalaysiaMain enginesTwo (2) units of Caterpillar 3606, developing a total of 5444 HP at1000rpm fitted with CP propellersGeneratorsThree (3) units of Caterpillar 3412, each developing 400kw to drive LeroySomer ARCB 594, A.C. alternators each rated at 415V x 50HV x 3 phaseOne (1) unit of Caterpillar 44 rated 85 kw to drive A.C. alternator rated415V x 50 Hz x 3 phase (Emergency Generator)Two (2) units of Leroy Somer LSAM 501S4, each rated at 675 kw x 415V x50Hz x 3 phaseAccommodation60menCapacitiesFuel Oil: 462 m3Portable Water: 307m3Ballast Water: 162 m3Foam:10 m3Sewage Holding: 9.9 m3Dirty oil: 6.6 m3Bilge: 6.6 m3Mud: 86 m3Acid: 98 m3Clear Deck Space: 360 m3 design load 5t/m22

Survey of M.V. JHW AmethystPrivate & ConfidentialOverview of JHW Amethyst (Cont’d) Kindly refer to Section 3 for the commentary on the current condition of the Vessel or Amethyst during our visitation period. We hereby enclose with the recent photographs of the Vessel below :Vessel berthed alongside Asian Jetty, Kemaman, MalaysiaPortside HullGeneral View of DeckForward View of Superstructure3

Private & ConfidentialSurvey of M.V. JHW AmethystOverview of JHW Amethyst (Cont’d) We hereby enclose with the recent photographs of the Vessel below : (Cont’d)Mess RoomRecreation RoomCold Room2-men Cabin4

Survey of M.V. JHW AmethystPrivate & ConfidentialOverview of JHW Amethyst (Cont’d) We hereby enclose with the recent photographs of the Vessel below : (Cont’d)Aft Manoeuvring ConsoleGMDSS Radio TerminalChart Table and Navigational AidsForward Navigation Console and Navigational Aids5

Private & ConfidentialSurvey of M.V. JHW AmethystOverview of JHW Amethyst (Cont’d) We hereby enclose with the recent photographs of the Vessel below : (Cont’d)Portside Main EngineDiesel GeneratorF.W Manifolds and PumpsSewage Treatment Plant6

Engagement of Ship ManagerPrivate & ConfidentialEngagement of Ship ManagerFeedback from SMSB We have engaged the ship management company, SMSB to safeguard and manage the Vessel throughout the period of tender sale.Vessel Exterior The exterior of the Vessel is in a deteriorating condition due to lack of maintenance for a long period, however, the hull plating of the Vessel appeared to befree from major damages. The paintwork of the Vessel painting is fading and coating is filled with rusty patches.At the forward section of the main deck, several foreign items and piles of wire insulation were scattered and found on the main deck looking aft of the Vessel.In addition, the emergency rescue boats and life rafts were removed from forecastle deck and boat deck of the Vessel,7

Private & ConfidentialEngagement of Ship ManagerCondition Commentary of The VesselVessel InteriorMain Engines & Engine RoomGenerators From visual inspection, the two (2) main engines units (Caterpillar 3606) fittedwith CP Propellers were noted to be intact and free from any major fuel orlube leakages. There are three (3) units of main generators (Caterpillar 3412) to drive theirrespective alternators (Leroy Somer ARCB 594, A.C.). It was noted that therewere missing key electrical components from the alternators.It was sighted that the chequered floor boards were loose due to attempts forremoval of mechanical parts underneath. The engine control room (“E.C.R”) is in a messy condition with engine controlconsoles covered with dispersed documents and furniture.The is also one (1) unit of Caterpillar C44 and two (2) units of shaft alternators(Leroy Somer LSAM 501S4) which appeared to be out of service with panelsopened and some parts removed from the alternators. The ship control panel in the E.C.R was found damaged and it has to berepaired to become functional in order for the engineers to monitor the criticalequipment to ensure the stability of the Vessel.The alternators need to be rewound and all missing electrical parts need to bereinstalled in order for the alternators to be in operational condition. Theaforementioned problem must be rectified as the Vessel is required togenerate electricity to power up the auxiliary machineries.8

Private & ConfidentialEngagement of Ship ManagerCondition Commentary of The Vessel (Cont’d)Vessel InteriorElectric CablingFire Fighting Equipment – Fire Pumps Resulting from our inspection of the engine room spaces, electrical cableswere found missing, and panel covers were disassembled from the shipcontrol panel. The electrical switchboards, distribution panels and theirauxiliary installations were partially stripped and left on the ground. In accordance to the Certified Fire Fighting requirements, the Vessel is fittedwith fire fighting equipment, i.e. foam monitors, fire pumps and fire detectivesystem and CO2 flooding system. As such, cabling work must be fixed and certified by the surveyors society.There are two (2) units of water foam monitors powered by Fi- Fi fire pumps,two (2) units of GS/ fire pumps, one (1) unit of emergency fire pump, and one(1) set of thorn fire detection system. From visual examination, it was noted that the built in fire pumps are intactwith no significant damage.9

Private & ConfidentialEngagement of Ship ManagerCondition Commentary of The Vessel (Cont’d)Vessel InteriorValve and Piping Three are three (3) units of hydraulic power pack and hydraulic oil coolerswhere electrical wirings and piping were found cut and damaged during ourinspection. The hydraulic system must be fixed and replaced to enable thepressurized fluid to power the engines through hydraulic valves.Moving Forward with JHW Amethyst Our commentary of the Vessel are based on the results of our visualinspection and survey only and does not constitute to any representations offacts. Most mechanical parts of the Vessel appeared intact and in satisfactorycondition. However, the actual condition of the machinery of the Vessel couldnot be identified due to the engines and equipment could not be tested asthere was no power on board. In accordance to the update from SMSB, the cosmetics of the Vessel is at aworsened condition where the rusted parts must be chipped and painted overagain. Also, the manuals of the Vessel is found missing and to be replacedand provided with new manuals. Hence, the cost of refurbishment is generally unidentifiable, only until theelectrical drawings to be found and further test run for the machineries isrequired to conclude an indicative cost of refurbishment.10

FireFighting Equipment - Pumps In accordance to the Certified Fire Fighting requirements, the Vessel is fitted with fire fighting equipment, i.e. foam monitors, fire pumps and fire detective system and CO2 flooding system. . PowerPoint Presentation Author: Tan Yong Xin, Josh