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Old 18-08-2014, 11:06   #31
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Re: Should I get a survey? Fresh water 1996 Hunter 280

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Hah! WTF? this thread is 6 years old! haha
Easy ta do ain't it?

If we got paid for giving out our crappy advise, we'd be too busy cruising to give it...

AND... back in '08, the boat was only 12 years old... Soooo your advise was EVEN MORE SPOT ON THEN!

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Re: Should I get a survey? Fresh water 1996 Hunter 280

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Lmao....got ya!!!

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Re: Should I get a survey? Fresh water 1996 Hunter 280

Just to chime in with all the others, to insure a boat over 12 years of age, you'd need a survey. It should meet the following guidelines:

a) Is a hauled Condition & Valuation survey
b) Is performed by a SAMs or NAMS accredited surveyor. Go to www.marinesurvey.org or www.namsglobal.org/find-a-marine-surveyor ‎ to find a surveyor near you.
c) Includes a fair market value for the vessel that is close to the amount that you want to insure the vessel for.
d) Includes a list of recommendations.
e) Addresses the condition of all systems of the boat and its compliance with local safety regulations.
f) States that the vessel is fit for its intended use (offshore cruising)
g) Is signed by the surveyor (an electronic signature is OK)
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