Marine Surveyor & Engineer
Paul Fay Dip.Mar.Sur.
Yacht marine surveyor Southampton, Chichester, Portsmouth
Pre purchase, insurance, structural and damage surveys on GRP, Steel, Aluminium, Timber, and Ferro Cement.
Located in the South of England, surveys are regularly carried out in Chichester, Emsworth, Portsmouth, Hamble river, Southampton and all of Hampshire.
To contact me please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Telephone (+ 44) 07715 102090
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Marine Survey prices.
Please note the conditions and advice at the bottom of this page.
These are the average costs of a pre purchase survey on GRP, steel and aluminium vessels.
25ft yachts and motor vessels cost £300.00
27ft yachts and motor vessels cost £350.00
29ft yachts and motor vessels cost £390.00
31ft yachts and motor vessels cost £450.00
33ft yachts and motor vessels cost £500.00
35ft yachts and motor vessels cost £560.00
37ft yachts and motor vessels cost £670.00
40ft yachts and motor vessels cost £700.00
45ft yachts and motor vessels cost £850.00
50ft yachts and motor vessels cost £990.00
For full below the waterline ultrasound surveys of steel and aluminium vessels please contact me for a quotation.
For wooden and Ferro cement vessels please contact me as these generally cost approximately 20% more.
Catamarans cost approximately 25% more.
A minimum survey fee of £300.00 applies.
Travel up to 50 miles is included in these prices. Travelling further up to 100 miles costs 40 pence a mile. Over 100 miles an hourly charge also applies.
Full payment must be received prior to the survey.
Payment is preferred via bank transfer. Please email for bank details. All funds must be cleared prior to the survey.
Please read my terms and conditions if you require my services, as often there is no time for full exchange of written contracts when a survey is required. When employing Paul Fay to carry out a survey it is assumed that you have read and understood and accepted my terms and conditions.
It is worth checking that the surveyor you are employing is totally independent and is not affiliated to any organisation that may have a commercial interest in selling the vessel or carrying out repairs on the vessel to be surveyed.
When you order a survey the surveyor is working for you and no one else. The report is owned by you and allthough you may need to show it to others they have no authority to use it or take any action without permission and I suggest discussing this with your surveyor before disclosing the report to a third party.
Be sure that your surveyor is quoting for the type of service recommended by an accepted body such as the International Institute of Marine Surveyors. My advice is to check that your surveyor has gone through one of the recognised training schemes.
I have been surveying yachts and small craft up to 150ft in length for 30 years and I am a fully International Institute of Marine Surveying qualified surveyor.
If your surveyor is not trained and qualified it is possible that the survey will be of very poor quality not following international guidelines and not be acceptable for other purposes such as obtaining insurance or finance etc.
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