A mod and her dragon
Join Date: Nov 2005
Location: SE Pennsylvania
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Re: Angry at my surveyor....
My lesson learned from this exchange is that I will continue to be on hand during any future survey. Not only do I get to see parts of the boat that I never or rarely look at and discover niches and crannies that only a surveyor can find, but simple questions or problems such as the flares or unused wiring could have been verbally explained and would never have made it into the survey.
Our broker scheduled our survey at the same time as our sea trial so all three of us were together for the entire day. While we sailed and then while we did the short haul (all still together since we had to sail to the yard) the surveyor did his thing and when he had questions he just asked the owner.
Until I came to SailNet and heard how others do it, it never occurred to me not to be present for either a sale survey or insurance survey.
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