Ieuan Ben Pawl Dolby (Ian)
Marine Consultant, Engineer, BEng, CMarEng, MIMarEst
Ieuan joined AMA in 2010 giving suitable and additional expertise to the Singapore Office and to AMA as a whole. Prior to joining AMA, Ieuan gained extensive experience both at sea and ashore having sailed as a Chief Engineer on most types of Offshore Vessels from Seismic to Anchor Handlers and from Angola to Sakhalin, the Black Sea to the North Sea. He also has additional experience on a variety of other vessel types including tankers, ferries, LPG/LNG, bulk, general cargo and research ships with additional stints on pipe laying and diving support ships and some as Chief Engineer. Previously he has served as the Head of the Engineering Department at the Tuvalu Maritime School, Tuvalu, which was an unpaid, voluntary posting for the UK Volunteer Service Overseas (VSO) and more latterly as a Technical Adviser for 23,000 BHP, Diesel Electric, Ice-breaking Platform Supply Vessels in Sakhalin, Russia before returning to the UK as a Senior Technical Superintendent for a large UK based company for four years.
Ieuan is an experienced new technology integrator for the maritime industry, a previous ISM auditor and implementer and has under his belt relevant additional qualifications which include a Degree in Naval Architecture from the University of Newcastle upon Tyne and a Diploma in Shipping Management from the Norwegian Maritime Academy.
Since his time with AMA, Ieuan has been the lead surveyor/consultant on a multitude of grounding and collision cases on behalf of P&I clubs and owners, has conducted many risk analysis, condition surveys and pre-purchase inspections on chemical tankers, crane barges, bulk carriers, yachts and general cargo ships for owners, clubs and charterers alike and has been involved in many other types of claims which uses his heavy engineering background to investigate and solve. He has also been involved in many project proposals and designs for new vessel types and equipment, been highly-involved with ore liquefaction issues and has been consulted frequently on adjustments for all manner of Hull and Machinery claims and investigations.