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    MARITIME TRADITION
  • EU MRV REGULATION

    PREPARE AHEAD. COMPLY TIMELY

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    LIFE OF YOUR SHIPS
  • Building Trust. Shaping Safety

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Corporate INSB Class

Who we are

INSB Class is a Greek ship classification society and an impartial third party certification organization with 4 decades of presence in the global maritime domain.

Mission & Vision

Safety for life and property at sea, quality, sustainability and immense responsibility for environmental protection compose the foundation of our corporate mission.

What we do

We perform marine safety surveys & approvals for ship classification, statutory and marine management systems certification, for new builds and fleet in service.

Organisation

Our agile corporate structure complemented by our marine competence and technical expertise, enables us to realise our activities in a sound and effective manner.

Areas of Expertise

Classification features

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Governmental functions

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Ελληνική Ναυτιλία - Υπηρεσίες

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Marine Management Systems

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News & Updates

Jun 7

BLACK SEA MOU Annual Report 2016

Reliable INSB Class Port State Control performance according to the recently released Black Sea MoU Annual Report 2016

May 19

Barbados delegates INSB Class for Statutory work

INSB Class receives further corporate recognition and expands its portfolio for Statutory services.

Quick Links

Prepare ahead. Comply timely.
Find out how we can assist towards EU MRV compliance, credibly and affordably.

Ballast Water Management Convention enters into force by 8 September 2017.
Get informed for our dedicated approval, survey and certification services.

Stay informed with latest authorizations delegated to INSB Class for the performance of Statutory functions.

We are conscious for operationally sound vessels that perform best in an uninterrupted manner. Thus, we strive for vessels continued technical integrity and fleet optimization by means of regular ship survey program and technical assessments.