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Conducting an Inclining Test

conducting an inclining test


The intention of this course is to provide sufficient information for the student to carry out the test and to understand the technical background without going into any unnecessary detail, specifically regarding the determination of the hydrostatic properties of vessels.

The online course consists of 1 module that must be completed within 6 months. The module consists of text and charts to help you with your learning and 20 multiple choice questions which you are expected to pass by 70%.

On successful completion of the module you will be rewarded with a Certificate in ‘Conducting an Inclining Test’.

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Module includes

  • Introduction
  • Theory
  • Preparation
  • Carrying out the test
  • Analysis and calculation

Meet the Author

William Wyatt

B.Eng (Hons), MSc, DipMarSur

Bill started sailing on the Norfolk broads in a Graduate dinghy in 1985 and went on to study Ship Science at the University of Southampton, followed by a Master’s degree in Maritime Engineering Science. Working with Maritime Services International since 1995 he has undertaken a variety of roles from ship management to cargo surveying but has been principally involved with ship surveying from a naval architectural standpoint. Bill is also a qualified Yachtmaster and races with the Junior Offshore Group around the ports of the English Channel.

Supported by:

Keystone Law
Global HR & Payroll Expertise (CESG)
British Marine
PYA - The Professional Yachting Association
Ocean Independence
MYBA - The Worldwide Yachting Association
Marine Society
Lead Yacht Underwriters Limited
IASA - The International Association of Ship Repair Agents