SAN DIEGO MARINE SURVEYORS
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We provide information on the marine survey, how the process is going, and what to expect.
Our goal is to connect new buyers with marine surveyors here in San Diego.
Types of marine survey
There are different types of Marine Surveys. And depending on your needs, you can choose one of the following boat inspection types. Selecting one of them will navigate you to the list with San Diego Marine Surveyors, who focused on this particular type of surveying.
LIST OF San Diego Boat Surveyors
All information provided on this website is information obtained from open sources or provided by surveyors. We make no warranties, either express or implied.
Please note that “San Diego Marine Surveyors” (www.sandiegomarinesurveyor.com) does not guarantee the performance of any surveyor listed on this website.
If you have any questions regarding the scope of the inspection, its cost, or any other questions related to the inspection, you should discuss them directly with the surveyors.
Christian & Co and Kells Christian have been working on your safety and the seaworthiness of your vessel since 1995.
Kells is one of the most professional San Diego marine surveyors. He has over 26 years of experience in the field.
MR. JOHN JAY FLACHSENHAR, JR
Certified NAMS Surveyor Member since 1977 NAMS-CMS. Graduate Engineer U.C. Berkeley. Extensive experienced with hull and machinery associated with ships, large power craft and small craft. Lives in Dubuque, Iowa (Accept assignment in San Diego per request only).
MR. CHUCK DRISCOLL
Chuck is a native San Diegan and part of the Driscoll family organization. Chuck is a very recognizable figure in the San Diego Boating Community. A graduate of the University of San Diego, Chuck was a local Marine Surveyor with Frank K. Wyatt Marine Surveyors Inc. for twenty one years.
James E Thomas is a Marine Surveyor who developed the passion for boating at a very early age and has served the marine industry for forty years.
Since 1976, he explored his interest in boats and developed a passion for sailing in the sea.
Todd & Associates Marine Surveyors & Claims Settling Agents has been a pioneer in Infrared Thermographic marine vessel inspections and has conducted over 1,500 non-destructive infrared boat inspections. We have conducted over 10,000 damaged vessel survey inspections.
Gene P. Hillger is the part of Arnold & Arnold Inc who heads the Blue Water Hull department of the company now. Gene is one of the marine hull surveyors and is responsible for adjusting the managing claims, thereby handling the full line of adjusting.
Bryan is marine surveyor in San Diego, CA.
The Marine Specialists 832-235-7211
George Jarvie (AMS #941) provides the expert analysis you are looking for when you want an impartial assessment of the condition and value of a boat – whether you are an independent buyer of a boat or an insurance company seeking value information.
DOUGLAS G. EMLEY
Douglas G. Emley is marine surveyor in San Diego, CA.
Douglas G. Emley, AMS® 619-993-9800
Michael is marine surveyor in San Diego, CA.
Michael Weston, AMS® 832-235-7211
Boat Surveyor, Doug Wright, has been surveying sail, power, and commercial vessels for many years in California. And he will present a very informative seminar on what the surveyor looks for and how he examines problems which he may find.
MICHAEL DICKINSONMichael is marine surveyor from Dana Point, CA. Serving Southern California: San Diego, Oceanside, Dana Point, Newport Beach, Alamitos Bay, Long Beach, Los Angeles, San Pedro, Willmington, Riverside.
So Cal Survey, LLC 949-322-2567
Fortunately, for those seeking to purchase a yacht—whether they are experienced or a beginner—the yacht buying process can be easy and smooth. Do you want to know how?
To make the marine survey process as smooth as possible, we recommend
that you familiarize
yourself with the marine survey checklist. You can download it and use it during survey.
There are several factors you need to consider before buying a boat. However, with so many factors, you’re bound to miss out on something. But what if you get a boat survey checklist that has all the necessary factors?