Press Report | Global Salvage Consultancy Group (GSC) signs a MoU with London based Cwaves

Cwaves and GSC, both highly respected names within the maritime consultancy and casualty sectors are pleased to announce a pooling of their resources to offer a comprehensive service for salvage and wreck removal operations through an informal association.

Cwaves, a well-established London based maritime consultancy, with a strong reputation for its engineering prowess including Naval Architects, Maritime Civil Engineers, Structural Engineers, Marine Engineers, Master Mariners and Members of the SCR Panel at Lloyd’s, have provided professional consultancy services involving marine casualties for over a decade.

GSC, is renowned globally for its marine casualty response, salvage and wreck removal consultancy and for providing the services of Special Casualty Representatives, Salvage Consultants, Salvage Masters and Project Managers for wreck removal operations. It has a team of Master Mariners and SCRs located globally in the Netherlands, Singapore and South Africa.

The synergies of the professional services provided by the two companies, combined with their global reach offers undoubted benefits to the marine insurance sector and its clients.

The companies will collaborate closely to provide a full and seamless service in all aspects of marine casualty response, salvage and wreck removal to Owners, their Property and Liability Insurers, their legal advisors and clients, wherever incidents occur.

The arrangement is structured to enable both companies to act independently where appropriate, avoiding any conflict of interests, or to pool their resources to provide a comprehensive response in major casualty situations Worldwide.

The Directors believe the solutions that have been provided by each company individually will be enhanced by the appropriate use of the additional disciplines offered by the other, whilst a seamless transition between specialist project requirements is maintained.
Please contact either company in the usual manner with the added reassurance that any major casualty can be fully and cost effectively serviced, by a genuinely independent and professional multi-disciplinary team.

Latest Involvement

MV Stoli

Casualty Name: MV STOLI
Brief description of events:
Whilst on the way from Sardinia to Saint-Tropez, the yacht went aground and started to take water. The Skipper decided to beach her and requested for salvage assistance. The yacht was refloated and towed to Propriano port, where she was....

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