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F&C Marine Limited

Annual Performance Test installation and service to AMI VDR’s

Annual Performance Testing installation and service to AMI VDR's
Annual Performance Testing installation and service to AMI VDR's

VOYAGE DATA RECORDER AMI

The Voyage Data Recorder (VDR) has been designed with the combination of a high-performance main processor and Solid State technology. Offering extremely reliable performance with a superior user experience.

Exceeding the MSC.333(90) regulations, the X2 has been designed as a fit and forget system.

AMI X2 link to presentation : PRESS HERE.

*Type Approved as Voyage Data Recorder and Simplified Voyage Data Recorder

Annual Performance Test, installation and service

Annual Performance Test (APT)

F&C Marine are fully trained and qualified to perform an Annual Performance Test on any AMI VDR, past and presently also the AMI X2 VDR. 

Fill out the form to the left and one of our engineers will be on on-hand to assist straight away

Trained, Approved, Certified and Experienced Engineers.

Annual Performance Testing installation and service to AMI VDR's

AMI Flying Squad

F&C Marine are part of AMI’s Elite Flying Squad. Meaning our two trained engineers work directly with AMI to provide the highest level of installation, service or survey to any vessel around the world.  Our engineers are capable of being engineers on-board within 18 hours of being called out

Trained, Approved, Certified and Experienced Engineers.

Annual Performance Test (APT)

F&C Marine has two fully trained and qualified engineers to perform an Annual Performance Test on any AMI VDR, past or present. 

Fill out the form below and one of our engineers will be on on-hand to assist straight away

Annual Performance Testing installation and service to AMI VDR's

AMI Flying Squad

F&C Marine are part of AMI’s Elite Flying Squad. Meaning our two trained engineers work directly with AMI to provide the highest level of installation, service or survey to any vessel around the world.  Our engineers are capable of being  on-board within 18 hours of being called out