Most surveyors will not do a 2-3 page survey on a 57 foot vessel because of the liability issues involved with conducting a survey. Whether it is a pre-purchase survey or even a condition and valuation survey, the safety
of the vessel has to be checked and noted in the survey. 2-3 pages would not even cover the cover and summmary pages, let alone the photographs. Most surveyors will charge by the foot, and for a vessel that size it is typically 18-20 dollars a foot. Between what SAMS / NAMS requires (Marine surveyor affiliation memberships recognized by most insurance
and finanace companies) and the surveyor's liability standards, there will never be a survey of any kind being just a few pages. If you find a surveyor willing to do that you are doing yourself a disservice not to mention the surveyor who is setting himself up to get sued if something happens to the vessel that he missed on a careless survey (and yes it happens). I just work
in the field of being a surveyor, and I am telling you all what surveyors face on this side of the coin. It is not to rip boat owners off.