AdamSea - Importance of Yacht Survey prior to purchasing a yacht internationally

The internet abounds with the horror stories of boat buying. Sellers overstate the condition of the vessel. Buyers may not understand the true complications of the damage they do notice, trusting someone to else – seller or friend – to understand boat maintenance well enough to let them know.

The vessel changes hand, and as soon as the buyer puts the boat in the water, he or she discovers issues, both minor and major, that result in both buyer remorse and repair money spent.

Why do you need a Survey?

This survey is also required by insurance companies to insure the vessel and to have a baseline assessment should there be a claim at a later date. 

You need an inspection because you need to know that you are purchasing a quality, seaworthy vessel. AdamSea makes an inspection a mandatory part of every used boat transaction, recognizing that your safety is at risk, as well as the money spent on the vessel.

What could be worse than spending thousands of dollars on a craft, only to see holes in the hull when it is delivered? Or get it in the water and the engine will not start? An inspection before the transaction is completed protects everyone. 

Importance of a yacht survey

Insurance companies require this survey to insure the vessel and to have a baseline assessment if there is a claim in the near future. Boat Inspection determines if you are acquiring a quality, seaworthy vessel.

AdamSea knows that your safety is at risk along with the money spent on the vessel which is why inspection is made a mandatory part of each used boat transaction. An inspection prior to the completion of the transaction protects everyone.