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A marine survey is a written examination that results from an extensive examination of a boat. Surveyors will inspect the engineering of the boat to ensure that all equipment on board is operational and determine whether any parts need to be repaired. Those who are purchasing a boat will commission the survey to determine its condition. The survey will help prospective buyers understand the value of the vessel. Before someone employs a marine surveyor to inspect a boat, it's important to ensure that they are accredited with an certifying organization. Those who want to become a surveyor can graduate with marine engineering or technology degree.

  • Maritime - The term maritime refers to the act of conducting business at sea or in seaports.
  • Marine Insurance - Marine insurance focuses on the loss or damage of goods at sea and protects individuals from the financial loss when this occurs.
  • Barge - A barge is a boat with a flat-bottom that will carry large amounts of cargo and do not have engines. They may be tugged or pulled by a ship.
  • Ship Manifest - A ship manifest is a statement that lists all of the particulars on a certain voyage. This is for legal purposes when entering port.
  • Towage - Towage is the service of assisting another, usually much larger, ships or vessels to reach a port safely.
  • Bearing - The bearing is the location of an object in relation to the direction of the boat. A true bearing is expressed in relation to true north, while an magnetic bearing is relative to magnetic north.
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    M R Wolf Inc
    145 Maple St, Brooklyn, NY 11225
    Our marine surveyor business offers professional-level services. We're accredited through several professional organizations. We have experience for claims adjustment investigations, inspections, and other services.
    (718) 693-0100
    Intersurvey Inc
    38 Greenwood Ln, White Plains, NY 10607
    (914) 946-5004
    Det Norske Veritas Ship Activity Center
    70 Grand Ave, River Edge, NJ 07661
    (201) 343-0800
    J Gates & Company Inc
    285 N Broadway, Tarrytown, NY 10591
    (914) 332-5530
    Seaspan Marine Consultants
    425 Hoover Ave, Township of Washington, NJ 07676
    (201) 666-0050
    International Engineering Group PC
    151 W Passaic St, Rochelle Park, NJ 07662
    (201) 368-2323
    Shipping Intelligence Inc
    325 W 86th St, New York, NY 10024
    (212) 997-0966
    The River Project
    40 River Rd, New York, NY 10044
    (212) 233-3030
    Vaughan John C Inc
    73 Uhland St, East Rutherford, NJ 07073
    (201) 935-1250
    Beacon Communications
    114 W 17th St, New York, NY 10011
    (212) 414-0358
    Lakes and Eastern Marine Surveyors
    111 Town Square Pl, Jersey City, NJ 07310
    (201) 963-3987
    Braemer Technical Services LLC
    5 Hanover Sq, New York, NY 10004
    (212) 480-2197
    Coastal Marine Surveyors
    12 Borman Dr, Wanaque, NJ 07465
    (973) 839-4546
    Poseidon Marine Surveys
    2481 65th St, Brooklyn, NY 11204
    (718) 376-8407
    Andrew Vazquez Inc
    861 Doremus Ave, Newark, NJ 07114
    (973) 589-7000


    Marine survey companies offer inspection and exam services to companies before they build structures like boat docks, train tracks, and buildings on the water or by a shore. The marine survey inspection tests the structure to make sure it has a high safety rating and is in good condition for people to use. The companies test the buildings to make sure they comply with the codes for the area, but these building codes often vary depending on the kind of structure you have. A boat dock that holds yachts is not expected to pass the exact same safety exam as a structure that holds heavy machinery and industrial equipment. Just like you need to have buildings on land inspected for insurance purposes, you might need to hire a marine survey company before you can get insurance. They will make sure that your boat dock meets condition standards and that it is designed to hold the quantity of yachts, ships, sailboats, and other sea vessels that you plan to keep there. If you are building train tracks that cross the water, then they can make sure that your bridge meets all of the statutes required by law. They can also use them as witnesses that your structure is properly designed and constructed after they investigate it so you will not be held liable if something breaks. When you call the surveyors, you should ask them how many years of experience they have. In general, you want to choose a company with several years of experience because they can offer the best services.
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