A current reference number/code used to uniquely identify each record.
Name of the survey office responsible for inspecting a vessel, and linked to the port of survey abbreviation used.
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Date recorded as the time of writing.
The year in which a vessel’s construction is completed.
Abbreviations of the names of ports with Lloyd’s Register survey offices.
Official administrative title (often printed) of a record used by Lloyd’s Register or external organisations.
Name of the individual/entity/organisation responsible for authoring the record
W A Brigham
Name of surveyor.
William Atkinson Brigham
Classification symbol assigned to a vessel by Lloyd’s Register’s Classing Committee denoting the quality of construction and maintenance.
A1 for 8 years
The name of the port/place of destination given.
A vessel’s means of propulsion.
Predominant material(s) utilised in a vessel’s construction.
A ship’s total internal volume in ‘register tons’ (replaced by gross tonnage post 1982).
Type of timbering specifically utilised for the vessel’s exterior.
EO - English Oak
Is machinery fitted at the aft of the vessel?
Generally a smaller additional auxiliary boiler (often used while the vessel is at port).
Name of the Proving House responsible for the public testing and certification of a vessel’s anchors and/or chain cables.
Physical extent of a record.
Name of ship as recorded on the record
The individual and/or organisation listed as having been responsible for constructing the vessel. This can/may be the same as the owner and/or manager.
Unique internal numbers used for identifying, referring and retrieving a specific survey report.
Records that constitute Lloyd’s Register’s first official encounters with a specific vessel, e.g. a survey report.
Location where the document is written.
Location where a vessel’s survey was undertaken.
Date of the meeting of the Classing Committee.
Physical arrangement of a ship’s masts, sails and rigging.
S - Ship
Type of fuel used onboard a vessel.
Sail - Rigs
Is the steamer assisted by sail?
Types of timber used throughout a vessel’s construction
EO - English Oak
Confirmation as to whether the vessel was equipped with refrigeration machinery to aid in the transport of frozen or chilled cargo/goods.
Does the vessel possess an auxiliary power source?
Is electric lighting fitted to the vessel?
Measurement from the extreme outboard point of starboard to the extreme outboard point of port.
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