Hse No. 121, North Legon Res. Area (Kofi Annan Avenue)
Digital address: GM 0321782
PO Box AN 10867, Accra-North,
Ghana – West Africa
M: +233 203 199 779

Julius joined our team in 2021. After undergoing an intensive one-month training in our Istanbul office, he returned to Ghana and was joined by Matthew Byrne from our Gibraltar Officer for further in-house training and initiated our newly founded office in Accra.

He carries out casualty surveys and investigations of all kinds for H&M Underwriters and P&I Clubs, including engine failure, collision, grounding, fire damage, warranty surveys and has extensive practical as well as theoretical knowledge of diesel engines such as MAN, B&W, MAK and Yanmar.

Julius possesses an in-depth knowledge of West African shipyards, repair facilities and has strong ties with the Ghana Maritime community. He graduated from the prestigious Regional Maritime University (RMU) in Accra, Ghana.

The RMU is an international tertiary institution with diplomatic status in Accra, founded by the Republics of Cameroon, The Gambia, Ghana, Liberia and Sierra Leone.

The RMU objective is to promote regional co-operation in the maritime industry focusing on the training to ensure the sustained growth and development of the industry.

Under Julius direct drive and with his close ties with RMU and University of Ghana, it is our intention to further expand in the region and provide training to maritime professionals as marine surveyors.


  • 15-year experience as ocean-going Marine Engineer out of which last seven years as Chief Engineer, on board Pacific International Lines vessels.
  • Supervision of four complete dry dock repairs, including major M/E overhauling.
  • Implementation, in close cooperation with Master and Crew, of quality, Health & safety, environmental and major hazard incident policies and procedures.


  • MSc in Engineering Project Management through a collaborative program between Coventry University and Ghana Communication Technology University
  • Diploma in Marine Surveying from Lloyds’ Maritime Academy

Class III/2 Marine Engineer Certificate of Competency from Regional Maritime University, Accra, Ghana.