Marine Survey Florida - Yacht Survey Florida
Master Marine Services, LLC.
UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS VETERAN OWNED AND OPERATED
YOU GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR! MMS is not the least expensive option. We are the BEST Option to ensure you have the correct information you need to make your investment. All Vessel surveys are different based on location of vessel and circumstances or situations. There are no industry standards. Additional charges for fuel only based on zip code destination to and from the survey will be negotiated. No charges for travel time.
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Understanding the Survey Fees
Vesssels under 25' - $530.00
Vessels 25' - 35' - $875.00
Vessels 36' - 50' - $1,080.00
Vessels above 50' - call for price
A-La-Carte Services and charges
Credit card transactions add3%
Approved Marine Surveyor for Achieva Credit Union
Listed Marine Surveyor for BoatUS
Sea Trial - $85.00 per hour * Additional time will be billed in 15 minute increments.
Oil / Fluid Analysis - (per engine - Spectrometric Analysis, Wear Metals, Contaminants,
Additives, Water Percent, Viscosity) $90.00*
Portable Generator Power $75.00 p/h*
Thermal Imaging Hull Inspection $85.00*
*minimum charge applies*
Multi-hulled vessels will have additional fees as follows: First hull in included in survey price above. Second hull @75% of first hull.
Please have the vessel ready to be surveyed by ensuring the decks are clean, the bilge areas are free from oils and water,the vessel is properly powered (AC/DC), and the hull is free from barnacles. Hourly rates will apply if Surveyor must wait for the vessel to be cleaned, powered up, and hull scraped.
Recommended Accredited Surveyor of American Institute of Marine Underwriters
Survey Videos - Marine Survey Florida
Engine Compression Test - A compression test reveals the condition of your engine's valves, its valve seats, and piston rings and whether these parts are wearing evenly. Healthy engines should have compression between 140-160 psi per cylinder (depending on motor type and mfgr. Diesels will be higher), with no more than 10 percent variation between the highest and lowest readings.
Out of water hull Inspection -The hull truth and nothing but the truth
A hull inspection will identify potential defects of water intrusion. Once sounded, the moisture meter can be employed to pinpoint the area and measure moisture content.