Navsafe specialise in timber boat inspections and also offer comprehensive Pre-Purchase Marine Inspection reports, Commercial Ship Inspections, Marine Insurance Inspections, as well as safety and construction inspections. We are qualified to issue certificates of compliance and make marine insurance risk assessments.
Navsafe Marine also provide new construction and existing vessel condition inspection reports for other vessels such as aluminium, fibreglass, steel, concrete and composite-built vessels.
Find out more about what you can expect from Navsafe Marine Inspection Reports. We’ll also gladly answer your question “Why do I need a Marine Survey or Surveyor?”
As an AMSA Accredited Marine Surveyor we can advise you on the current condition of the vessel and make recommendations that will ensure you’re up-to-date with your operational documentation and compliant.
Navsafe offer comprehensive Pre-Purchase Inspections, Commercial Ship Inspections, Insurance Inspections, as well as safety and construction inspections. We are also qualified to issue certificates of compliance and make insurance risk assessments.
With our experience, we can project manage any repairs or alterations to your vessel, ensuring any work carried out complies with relevant legislation and standards.
We can also consult on a wide range of marine matters, including risk assessment and salvage projects.
Navsafe Marine specialises in providing pre-purchase inspection, insurance inspection and commercial ship inspection reports that deliver the facts without the confusion. We use simple-to-read, self-explanatory reporting.
Have you got the knowledge, experience, tolerance and finance to deal with a ship repairer should you buy a defective vessel? If you can’t answer ‘Yes’ to the five questions we’ve listed you should seriously consider using the services of Navsafe Marine.
Regardless of whether you are purchasing a brand new boat or a second hand vessel, defects can exist and sometimes may not become apparent until it’s too late. Once you own it there will be only one person who will care, and it won’t be the seller.
An insurer will not be interested in all the details found in a pre-purchase inspection report so our marine insurance inspection reports only provide the information your insurer needs to assess your level of risk.
It can be very confusing and time consuming for an operator to keep abreast of changes to construction and safety standards with the implementation of the NSCV (National Standard for Commercial Vessels). Navsafe Marine takes away this problem for you by offering commercial ship inspections and letting you get on with what you do best, operating your vessel.