Originally Posted by S&S
Too much ancillary stuff concerning commercial
transport. Owning/maintaining a wood boat takes me less time than i'd need just to read that report...
A bibliography from the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF MARINE
SURVEYORS lists the NVIC 7-95 Guidance first in their reading/study list for wooden boats.
The USCG “NVIC 7-95" is intended as a guide and should be used as a tool in "applying good marine
practice" when inspecting and evaluating repairs
on wooden boats.; and contains NO “ancillary stuff concerning commercial transport”.
How long does it take to review 74 pages, noting those that may be useful (to you - they’re all useful) and worth further study?