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Dynamic Nautical Services P.C.

Dynamic Nautical Services P.C. (DNS) is a specialized Maritime Company that has developed a Network of Inspectors/Auditors. Our Company's Inspectors/Auditors are conducting Liberian-Flag oriented Inspections/Audits and work with unconditional ethos of transparency.

Our Mission

To promote the Liberian Registry and our Company's performance.

Our Target

To provide effective and high-quality services on behalf of the Liberian Registry and keep Liberian Flag Administration's clients utmost satisfied.

Our Values

Loyalty to our Principal (LISCR).
Customer-oriented services.
On-time delivery services with no defects.

Company profile

DNS has developed a Network of Liberian-Flag approved Inspectors/Auditors. 

Our Company’s Network consists of Merchant Mariners (Masters and Chief Engineers) who, in conjunction with our Naval Architects and Marine / Mechanical Engineers are establishing a team that can provide effective and efficient services to the Liberian-flagged fleet.

From the extended engagement of our Company’s Network of Inspectors/Auditors in Maritime Projects, DNS has developed an in-depth experience and professional technical expertise on the applicable International and National Shipping Regulations, as well as, in Liberian Registry’s procedures.

Our targets, missions and values, are incorporated throughout a Quality Management System (QMS), that have been developed and implemented within our Company.

Our Company’s QMS integrates

  • Practices
  • Procedures
  • Monitoring techniques
  • Reports

that preserve the regulatory systems and ensure commitment for high-level value of services.

Sectors of Activity

DNS Inspectors/Auditors hold knowledge, extensive experience and in-depth know-how. As a result of the above and having undertaken the mandatory training, they have been approved/authorized to execute audits on behalf of LISCR.

Their activities cover the following fields of Maritime Services:


Flag State Inspections include verification of statutory documentation, compliance with all applicable guidelines/regulations, and a general examination of the vessel’s structure, machinery, and equipment, operational testing of firefighting equipment, life-saving appliances, and safety equipment. They usually include the performance and assessment of a safety fire/drill.


The Liberian Registry offers through the Network of approved Inspectors/Auditors to the shipowners & ship managers the alternative of verification and certification for compliance with MLC/ISM/ISPS Audits.
Our Company's Auditors are trained to conduct Audits in compliance with relative ISM/ISPS/MLC codes and LISCR procedures/guidelines.


The qualified Network of Internal Auditors are expertized in conducting Internal Audits/Verifications in accordance with Manager's Safety Management System (SMS). SeaNet Verification Services, a partner of the Liberian Registry, offers an internal audit service which acts as a facilitator to connect professional auditors available to conduct internal ISM/ISPS audits. The purpose of this service is to reduce the burden of shipowners, operators, and managers, and to provide more flexibility on the location and timing of internal audits.


SOLAS Chapter 1, Regulation 21 requires Flag Administrations to investigate certain casualties and to notify the IMO of the outcomes.
The purpose of the incidents/accidents under investigation is to determine the circumstances and contributory causes, as well as to highlight lessons to be learned.
Our Company’s Network of Inspectors/Auditors is trained and qualified to conduct Casualty Investigation Inspection on behalf of LISCR,

* Remote Inspections/Audits

In addition to the DNS Network of Inspectors/Auditors that are authorized for physical Inspection/Audits, our Company has also trained/authorized Inspectors/Auditors, for Remote Inspections/Audits, as per the regulations and guidelines of the Liberian Registry.

Additional services

Review and Approval of Shipboard Operational Manuals

Ballast Water Management Plan (BWMP)

This Plan is provided in accordance with the requirements of Regulation B-1 of the International Convention for the Control and Management of Ship’s Ballast Water and Sediments, 2004 (BWM Convention) and the Guidelines for Ballast Water Management and the Development of Ballast Water Management Plans, Res. MEPC.127(53). The purpose of this Plan is to provide procedures and guidance to the vessel’s Master and crew with respect to Ballast Water Management and includes detailed, ship-specific Ballast Water Exchange procedures and training, communication and recording requirements related to Ballast Water Management onboard.


SOPEP (Ship Oil Pollution Emergency Plan)

Regulation 37 of MARPOL Annex I, as revised by Resolution MEPC 117(52) adopted on 15 October 2004, requires every oil tanker of 150 GT and above and every ship other than an oil tanker of 400 GT and above to carry an Οil Pollution Emergency Plan approved by the Administration. The Shipboard Oil Pollution Emergency Plan is prepared in compliance with the above requirement. The purpose of this plan is to provide the expert guidance on the action that need to be followed if an oil spill occurs or is threatened, whether from regular operations or after a key incident such as a collision, fire or explosion. The model plan is in compliance with the guidelines issued by the IMO in resolution MEPC 54(32) and amended by MEPC 86(44). This service intends to eliminate release of hazardous materials into the marine environment, and to respond when such releases do happen. The Small Boat Program has developed a SOPEP designed specifically for small boats under 300 Gross Tons. The following resources can help VOCs create SOPEPs for their small boats.


SMPEP (Shipboard Marine Pollution Emergency Plan)

The plan is based on the guidelines issued by IMO Resolution MEPC.54(32), adopted by the IMO Marine Environment Protection Committee on 6 March 1992, and amended by Resolution MEPC.86(44) on 13 March 2000 and the SMPEP guidelines in Resolution MEPC.85(44) dated 13 March 2000. The purpose of such a plan is to give the Master guidance on the action to be taken if a spill of oil or noxious liquid substance has occurred or is likely to occur, whether from routine operations or after a major incident such as a collision, fire or explosion. It is applicable to every chemical tanker of 150 GT and above to carry a SMPEP. An approval by the Administration is mandatory.


STS (Ship to Ship Transfer Manual)

MARPOL Annex I require that all oil tankers of 150 GT and above involved in STS operations should be equipped with a Ship-to-Ship Transfer Manual. The purpose of this plan is to provide guidance on how develop STS operations. Plan is developed in line with IMO Legislation. An approval by the Administration or a Recognized Organization on behalf of the Administration is compulsory.


SSP (Ship Security Plan Manual)

SSP is prepared in accordance with the ISPS Code and among other is aimed to gather and assess information with respect to security threats, vulnerabilities and consequences, and incorporate appropriate mitigation measures. It is applicable to all passenger ships regardless of size and all cargo ships above 500 G. An Approval by the Administration is mandatory.


VOC (Volatile Organic Compounds Manual)

Regulation 15 of Annex VI of MARPOL 73/78, as revised by IMO Resolution MEPC.176 (58) (hereinafter referred to as “revised Annex VI”) regulate the VOC emissions from a tanker in designated port(s) or terminal(s) of a Party regulating such emissions. Regulation 15.6 requires that a tanker carrying crude oil shall have on board and implement a VOC Management Plan (VOC Plan) approved by the Administration in accordance with IMO resolution MEPC.185 (59). This Plan shall be specific to each ship.


GMP (Garbage Management Plan)

Revised Annex V of MARPOL 73/78 requires every ship of 400 GT and above and every ship certified to carry 15 persons or more to carry a Garbage Management Plan and be provided with a Garbage Record Book (with garbage discharge record formed as Part I and Part II). Scope of this plan is to provide compliance with MARPOL and Company’s policy on garbage management. Plan is developed in line with IMO legislation. Approval by the Administration or a Recognized Organization (RO) on behalf of the Administration is NOT mandatory


Company Formation & Incorporation

DNS can deliver a completed, highly professional service for Company Formation & Incorporation. Our Company offers a responsive, tailor-made service, under client’s specific instructions, including all the Company Formation & Incorporation. Company Formation & Incorporation full package includes the Company’s Name, the Company’s articles of association, directors, share capital (Registered Shares only- effective June 1, 2018), shareholders, the number of initial directors and the type of articles that exactly match the client’s needs. The registration of your New Company will be conducted electronically -generally within the same working day after being instructed- and provide a maintenance plan once your business is up and running.

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Human Resources

DNS considers of essential value the Human Element.

Accordingly, the Company has assigned highly skilled and qualified Inspectors/Auditors from the Maritime Industry to conduct the Inspections/Audits on behalf of LISCR.

Our Company’s assignees (Inspectors/Auditors) are well-educated, and expert in Marine Audits, ISM / ISPS / MLC / SOLAS / MARPOL / ILO / ILL Conventions and Flag Inspections.

In addition, DNS Network of Inspectors/Auditors is constantly monitoring and following the Marine legislative systems to verify that they remain updated regarding the applicable International and National Regulations.




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14563, Kifissia, Athens
Hellas (GR)



+30 210 700 9374