Vessel & System Inspections to ensure Safety, Compliance, & Comfort of your Vessel
What is a Vessel Inspection
Thorough overview of your vessel’s major and minor systems including hull, decks, electrical, propulsion, running gear, steering system, helm station and electronics, plumbing systems, HVAC, rigging, firefighting, fuel, ventilation, and installed peripheral equipment. It includes extensive inspection, testing, and operational checks.
How does an Inspection differ from a Survey
A survey is for a specific purpose such as purchasing or obtaining insurance. Our Vessel Inspection Service is designed to be part of a life-cycle maintenance program for your Vessel. There is no seller or broker involved. The inspection is more detailed than what the standard survey services can provide for.
What elements differ from regular survey?
What elements are similar to a survey
Maintain Your Investment
Our yachts are a substantial investment. And there are a multitude of systems and components onboard - no matter how small or large.
Unknown issues or deferred repair items - just get larger and larger over time. No problem just goes away.
For most systems and equipment, not carrying out repairs or maintenance when discovered might lower short- term costs but exacts a premium when the repairs / maintenance is actually done.
It is our goal to discover and document any and all hidden or potential issues with your vessel so that you can plan, schedule, and budget the corrective work necessary to keep her in top condition, maintain your investment, and ensure you have a safe vessel for your boating lifestyle.
Key events where you may want to request a Vessel and Systems Inspection are:
A detailed report, in writing and photographically, will be prepared that documents all safety issues, defects or flaws, problems and potential problems. You can use this report to task the boatyard and service companies in the repair and services of your vessel.