We are accredited with Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) to conduct surveys on Domestic Commercial Vessels (DCV). We can inspect the vessel to advise on compliance under the National Standard for Commercial Vessels (NSCV).
Periodic Survey the periodic Survey should consist of an inspection with test and verify of the equipment to ensure that requirements relevant to the particular certificate are complied with and that they are in a satisfactory condition and are fit for the service for which the vessel is intended.
The periodic survey should also consist of a check that all certificates, record books operating manuals and other instructions and documentation specified in the requirements relevant to the particular certificate are on board the vessel and are valid.
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A Pre-Purchase survey is a safeguard where we will check and verify the condition of your next vessel on your behalf. We speacilse in:
Motor yachts,Sailing vessels, Power vessels,
To complete a Pre-Purchase inspection we require the vessel in and out of the water. The inspection includes (but is not limited to) machinery, propeller and shaft arrangements, steering gear, electrical systems, pumping arrangements, communication equipment, fire protection, and life saving appliances.
We will follow up with a detailed written report (including photos where required) identifying the overall integrity of the vessel.
insurance and valuation (CSV)
An Insurance inspection is usually instigated by the vessel’s insurance company. It is often a requirement that the vessel be inspected with a CSV. Some insurance companies require out-of- water survey; other insurance companies are looking for the rig to be surveyed; whilst others are content with in water reports. Please check with your insurance company if they have any special requirements. The survey includes a written report and photos where deemed necessary.
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