METHODOLOGY

All evaluations are conducted independently and are realised with utmost care. Our evaluations are conducted in all accordance with the deontology of the marine surveyor.

Out of professionalism, duration of the evaluation is very variable and depends on many parameters (size of the boat, weather, lifting, etc…)

METHODOLOGY

All evaluations are conducted independently and are realised with utmost care. Our evaluations are conducted in all accordance with the deontology of the marine surveyor.

Out of professionalism, duration of the evaluation is very variable and depends on many parameters (size of the boat, weather, lifting, etc…)

SAILING BOAT

Boat expertise - Sail Boat

CABINE
electronics, electricity, battery, security, facilities, valve / sea cock, gas, bildge pump, generator …

RIGGING
ascent of the mast, rigging, mast, boom, gooseneck, forward beam, martingale, running rigging, sails …

DECK
steering station, deck gear, porthole, fly bridge, pushpit / stanchion, windlass, anchor/chain …

DIRECTION
rudder, trim tabs, propeller, propshaft, sail drive …

ENGINE
oil test, transmission, stern gland, sail drive seal, command, sea trial …

HULL
hull condition, exhaust system, through hull, anode, …

STRUCTURE
hull bottom, floor, stratification, bonding, keel fixation, partition, turnbuckle …

MOTORBOAT

Boat expertise - Motor Boat

CABINE
electronics, electricity, battery, security, facilities, valve / sea cock, gas, bildge pump, generator …

DECK
steering station, deck gear, porthole, fly bridge, pushpit / stanchion, windlass, anchor/chain …

DIRECTION
rudder, trim tabs, propeller, propshaft, sail drive …

ENGINE
oil test, transmission, stern gland, sail drive seal, command, sea trial …

HULL
hull condition, exhaust system, through hull, anode, …

STRUCTURE
hull bottom, floor, stratification, bonding, keel fixation, partition, turnbuckle …

Onglet

MULTIHULL

Boat expertise - Catamaran

CABIN
electronics, electricity, battery, security, facilities, valve / sea cock, gas, bildge pump …

RIGGING
ascent of the mast, rigging, mast, boom, trampoline, gooseneck, forward beam, martingale, running rigging, sails, cathedrale …

DECK
steering station, deck gear, porthole, fly bridge, pushpit / stanchion, windlass, anchor/chain …

DIRECTION
rudder, trim tabs, propeller, propshaft, sail drive …

ENGINE
oil test, transmission, stern gland, sail drive seal, command, sea trial …

HULL
hull condition, exhaust system, through hull, anode, humidity, keel, skeg …

STRUCTURE
hull bottom, floor, stratification, bonding, keel fixation, partition, turnbuckle …

PROTOCOL

When we receive your request by e-mail or through our contact-page form, we determine a date at which we will conduct the survey. This date depends on the appointment and availability of the port handling services who will proceed to the lifting of the boat. The survey will start at around 9 a.m.. The evaluation begins with a control of the ownership documents and all documentation related to the ship.

We then control the structure of the ship (bottom of the hull, keel fixation, state of the floor,…), the state of the onboard equipments (pressurised-water circuit, toilets, electric circuit, electronics, valve and seacock,….), the state of the engine and its transmission and end by checking the outside, the deck, the deck hardware, the steering system, the mast and the standing riggings by raising it autonomously (sailing boat).

The lifting* is planned in the morning and its purpose is to check the underwater parts of the hull (hull itself, rudder, prop shaft, sail drive, sea cocks, keel,…)

A dynamic test at sea will be conducted to control the good and functioning state of the engine (motorboat and sailing boat) and check the state of the sails (sailing boat).

At the end of the assessment, we do an oral report in the presence of the buyer, the owner and/or the seller. In the evening we will send you the list of recommendations.

The next week we will send you the detailed report of the assessment, the list of recommendations and the market value of the boat.

(*) Lifting: this maneuver consists in bringing the boat to a dock specifically designed by the port in order for a crane of the adapted dimensions to place straps under its belly to lift it safely. The operation must be planned ahead and the costs will be borne by the buyer or the seller.

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