Our survey team consists of highly qualified marine surveyors, loss adjusters and consultants who are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. You are, therefore, assured of quick reliable service, which is perhaps most important when dealing with anxious clients who want immediate attention given to their claim.

At Sabby we custom cater our service to our client’s needs. Therefore, you are guaranteed of job completion as per your specifications and satisfaction.



  • Pre-Loading
  • Out Turn Cargo
  • On-Hire And Off-Hire
  • Cargo Damage
  • Bagged And Bulk Cargo
  • Tallying Of Break Bulk Cargo
  • P&I Club Surveys and inspections
  • Marine hull and vessel
  • Lashing And Securing Of Cargo
  • Weighing And Measurement Of Cargo In Ship/Shore Facilities
  • Inspection Of Cargo Spaces And Tanks For Determination Of Fitness Of Loading
  • Reefer Cargo In Sections
  • Hull & Machinery
  • Stevedore’s Liability
  • Cargo Outturn
  • Loss Prevention
  • Vessel Condition
  • Sale & Purchase
  • Loading and Securing of Project & Heavy Lift Cargoes to Ships, Barges, Trucks and Trains
  • Containerized Inspections (All Varieties)
  • Cargo Sampling


Consultancy and Loss Adjustment:

  • Machinery, Fire, Natural Disaster, Risk Assessments, Speciality Appraisals
Cargo Damage survey
Cargo Damage

When cargo is found damaged, it is necessary to estimate the extent of damage and also to find out the cause of damage for a claim for compensation. In trade business, the usual procedure is that when the damage is covered by insurance, the report is submitted to the insurance company, and when the


On-Hire Surveys Off-Hire Surveys
On-Hire Surveys / Off-Hire Surveys

On-Hire Surveys / Off-Hire Surveys of vessels or marine structures undertaken either before the vessel or structure is delivered into a charter, or redelivered from a charter. The survey report will include a detailed description of a vessel’s cargo spaces/deck areas structural condition, cargo


Out-turn Survey
Out-turn Surveys

Out-turn Surveys – surveys of break-bulk cargo, especially steel, on arrival at the discharge port, to establish condition and any damages or shift of cargo that may have occurred during the voyage. This survey often requires Silver Nitrate testing for chloride residues.

Pre-Loading Survey

Pre-loading surveys are aimed at assessing the condition of the cargo before it is loaded on board of the vessel.

In such cases our surveyor will examine the condition of the cargo and advise the Master regarding remarks to be made on the relevant cargo documents.