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At East Anglia Yacht Surveys, we pride ourselves on the quality of inspections, and of subsequent reporting.

On the evening of the survey, we will phone to give a brief run-down of the major findings of the survey, and give an early indication of anything which may affect the sale or may make renegotiation necessary. 

This will be followed by a full Survey Report: an electronic copy will be e-mailed within 3 working days of the completion of the inspection (though more complex vessles may take longer), and a signed hard copy sent by first class post.  The written report will usually be around 50 pages in length, and will cover the condition and structural integrity of every part of the vessel, subject to the scope of the survey.

1.   Hull external (including osmosis inspection for GRP vessels or a moisture inspection for wood).
2.   Hull internal.
3.   Keel and attachments.
4.   Seacocks and skin fittings.
5.   Deck and coachroof
6.   Deck fittings
7.   Ground tackle.
8.   Steering.
9.   Mast, spars, standing rigging.
10. Sails and Running Rigging.
11. Engine, gearbox, shaft, prop.
12. Electrics.
13. Gas system.
14. Water system.
15. Safety equipment.

Recommendations will be made about the best way to rectify any defects identified.