EIWAA Marine Inspection Services in Saudi Arabia offers Ultrasonic Thickness Gauging of Ships and vessels and types of inspection services are  Hull Survey ,CAP Survey and Corrosion Survey. When the height is a constraint, inspection performed by Rope Access services. EIWAA Marine Services performs thickness gauging surveys and non-destructive testing of jack-up, semi-submersible, drill ship, FPSO, FSO, and PLSV type vessels to assure their safety and performance. We provide you with specific NDT methods like eddy current testing  and ACFM Inspection that may be used without removing paint coats. For all industry sectors, including oil and gas, power generation, and structural contractors, EIWAA inspectors have extensive expertise measuring ultrasonic thickness and evaluating corrosion.

Hull Surveys are required by all regulatory authorities at scheduled intervals. Ultrasonic thickness measurements are needed for load line surveys, intermediate surveys, dry-docking surveys, special periodic surveys, ESP, ACSA, and ESDC surveys. Over the years, EIWAA Marine Services  have done thousands of Hull gauging surveys and are experts in this field of Non-destructive Testing (NDT). The hull survey often starts with a “pre-plan meeting” with the owners, the class surveyor, and representatives from EIWAA. During this discussion, a variety of items are agreed upon, such as locations, access to sites, and the total number of gauging at these designated locations.

To prevent extra costs from unforeseen operations in the yard, EIWAA Marine Services has made it a priority to provide information about the anticipated scope prior to the survey. If the appropriate compartments are prepared for the survey and have adequate ventilation, the hull survey will be safer and more effective for everyone involved. Making enough preparations may help to prevent expensive delays. If the bulk of the scope is covered early, we leave more time for repairs within the allotted slot at the yard. Relevant IACS class hull surveys are arranged according to status, and you can discover the remaining scope by expanding a survey.


Many large charterers use and trust our Condition Assessment Programme because of our vast expertise conducting CAP surveys. Each CAP survey is completed in-person, guaranteeing a comprehensive evaluation of the ship and considerably lowering the possibility of charterer rejection. We provide the least amount of disturbance to your operational schedule by integrating our CAP survey with the structural examination of your ship. Our set of thorough reports and related certificates is sent in a matter of weeks. Our Condition Assessment Programme covers the hazards of pollution, structural collapse, and machinery downtime while giving you a comprehensive view of your ship. We address the evaluation of cargo systems, machinery, and hull structure.A fatigue evaluation, which will identify specific areas or places that need to be examined, may be part of our hull structural inspection. A single operational voyage that ends with a cargo discharge combines our machinery with cargo inspections. Cargo gear and deck fittings on bulk ships are inspected and tested as needed.We assign ratings to each of our program assessments, which go from 1 (high) to 4 (poor). When each stage is finished, you receive a set of detailed reports along with the corresponding certifications.

The experts have advanced degrees, are recognized by the classification organization, are certified in accordance with EN ISO 9712 and SNT-TC-1A (UT/VT/MT/PT/ET Level II and Level III).

Our Competencies:

Annual survey

Survey for Class Renewal or Special Survey

Intermediate Survey

Boiler Survey

Periodic Surveys

Pressure Vessel Survey

Mud Tank Survey

Cement tank Survey

Ballast Water tank Survey

Hull Survey etc.