MARINE SURVEYOR GUIDES
The open sea can be a hazardous place, especially for deficient superyachts. With this in mind it’s imperative for yachts to have a statutory survey every five years, or before buying or selling. This will help to establish the overall condition of the vessel and offer reassurance to the owner.
Our Yachting Pages crew guides are on hand to help you understand everything there is to know about superyacht surveyors, with exclusive advice and information from respected industry professionals. Our guides provide top tips on hiring a marine surveyor and the different surveys in the superyacht industry.
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A marine survey is a crucial part of ensuring that your vessel is seaworthy, complies with the relevant maritime standards and meets the necessary insurance and finance requirements. Yachting Pages enlisted the help of renowned superyacht surveyors to talk us through everything you need to know.
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