1. Planning and Design: Determine the scope of the conversion, including changes to the vessel’s structure, systems, and layout. Develop detailed plans and specifications for the conversion work.
  2. Regulatory Compliance: Ensure that the conversion meets all relevant regulations and standards, such as those set by classification societies, flag states, and international conventions.
  3. Project Management: Coordinate the conversion project, including scheduling, budgeting, and overseeing the work of contractors and suppliers.
  4. Structural Modifications: This can include hull extensions, strengthening, or alterations to accommodate new equipment or systems.
  5. System Upgrades: Upgrade or install new systems, such as propulsion, power generation, navigation, and communication systems.
  6. Interior Refurbishment: Modify the interior layout and design to meet new requirements, improve functionality, or enhance comfort.
  7. Commissioning and Testing: Ensure that all converted systems and equipment are properly installed, tested, and commissioned before the vessel is put into service.
  8. Documentation: Maintain accurate documentation of the conversion process, including plans, specifications, inspection reports, and compliance certificates.


  • Less than 10-hour response to your questions
  • Thoroughness and expertise of a Certified Specialist
  • Plan of action summarized in an email follow-up