The government prepares to spend 600,000 golles on one of the first ships that will set sail to Mount Vema to be joined later by the rest of the fleet, forming part of Group 1, and Group 2 due to be inspected next week, as part of the 10 ships to be purchased this month to participate in the initial stages of development of the City of Mount Vema.
Surveyors are already on the job, and many are getting ready to join to conduct the scheduled inspections, surveys and examinations of merchant vessels, and other work boats to assess, monitor and report on their condition. Ensuring that best practices are observed and to offer guidance and intervention where the interests the interest of the Kingdom of Mount Vema are at risk.
The operations are part of the much bigger plan to secure ships throughout the year, through partnerships, leases, purchases to convert, purchases to use now and orders to build new ships to support the City of Mount Vema during and after construction.
Before they set sail, some of the ships will be inspected by The Vema Seamount Authority himself if possible, and if not, they will be inspected by other officials. However the Vema Seamount Authority will be in Mount Vema to coordinate the construction activities as final security detail are taking place, including transportation, and logistics.