A Condition and
Valuation survey report is generally required by an insurance underwriter to
determine whether or not a vessel is an acceptable risk. They are interested in
the structural integrity and seaworthiness of the vessel for its intended use.
Therefore, the primary
focus of the condition and valuation report is on aspects that could lead to
the loss of the vessel due to sinking, fire or dismasting and the possible
endangerment of its crew and passengers.
Our inspections include hull and deck
structure, bulkheads, keel and fastenings, mechanical installations, steering
systems, mast and rigging (where accessible) and navigation equipment.