- University of Southampton, Master of Engineering (Hons) Ship Science 2006
- Chartered Engineer (UK) 2010
- Member of Royal Institution of Naval Architects 2010
- BPP Law School, London, Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL) 2014
- Member of the panel of Special Casualty Representatives (SCR) at Lloyd’s
- Council Member, Royal Institution of Naval Architects
Rosalind is a naval architect specialising in salvage, wreck removal and shipping incident investigations. As well as having given written and oral expert evidence in court she also has recent experience providing technical advice on a number of complex and politically sensitive salvage and wreck removal operations worldwide. Her work has included development of salvage specifications and management of the bid evaluation process in addition to overseeing the operation itself. She is particularly experienced in dealing with seriously damaged large container vessels following grounding or collision, including the practical aspects relating to discharge of damaged containers from flooded holds, management of structural condition and refloating operations.
Previously working in offshore design, Rosalind has a strong technical background in complex hydrostatic and hydrodynamic analyses with significant experience in offshore installations, moorings, ocean transport, motion analyses and metocean studies.
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