|Birely Marine Surveyors|
Stuart, Florida, USA
Serving Florida, The Caribbean and the US East Coast
Worldwide Service Available
ABYC Standards Accredited, Certified Level 1 Thermographer
Principal Marine Surveyor
This is the most comprehensive type of survey, and is strongly advised to be performed when purchasing a new or used vessel.
This type of survey covers structural integrity, out of the water inspection, the propulsion, electrical, fuel systems, navigation equipment, miscellaneous on-board systems, cosmetic appearance, and electronics. Replacement and Fair Market Value costs are also included along with Finding and Recommendations.
This survey is conducted so that the insurance company can determine whether or not the vessel is an acceptable risk. They are interested that the vessel is safe for its intended use. They also require the vessel's fair market value.
This is performed to assess the extent of damage, recommend repairs, and if requested, possible cause.
Determines the fair market value of the vessel for financing, settlements and/or donation.
On a sailing vessel all sails are examined at a sail loft or lawn. The sail handling systems are operated and inspected.
On a power vessel an operational test and inspection of engines, generators and their components, steering, controls, shafts and electronics are performed.
A non-destructive Moisture Meter is used to determine moisture content in the fiberglass lamination and wood. A Moisture Inspection is done prior to final layup after a Blister Repair.
We offer consultation in all aspects of Vessel Builds and Repairs, and overseeing refits and repairs.
|Hull Bottom Inspection:
Hull Bottom Inspections are performed to ascertain the integrity of the Hull.
Installed November 14, 2008, Last Revised January 9, 2018 - hosted and maintained by Don Robertson