Diak undertakes consultancy, design, procurement and installation on a variety of vessels, exclusively in developing countries. We have on our team staff with 20 to 30 years solid experience as marine superintendents, commissioning and sea trial engineers, and the company is headed by a Naval Architect, a member of the Royal Institute of Naval Architects in Great Britain who holds an Honours Degree in Ship Science from the University of Southampton, Faculty of Engineering, in England. Note that the RINA is a member of The International Association of Classification Societies IACS alongside Lloyds Register, and occupies one of the ten seats on the IACS Quality Committee which operates the Management System Certificate of Conformity. The University of Southampton runs one of the world's leading academic marine consultancy and design operations and incorporates the School of Navigation for the training of deck officers. Our clients operate vessels in a number of demanding situations, often in areas remote from appropriate heavy engineering support. The types of vessels comprise:

The primary range of our work covers:

Naval architecture studies

Two typical pages from a recent 50 page oil field services ship fastening study.

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