Bottom Lock, Braunston, Northamptonshire, NN11 7HJ | 07903 945196 

Information About JG Marine and the Support Services They Offer 

All surveys carried out by the principal surveyor Justin Green. (Diploma Small Craft Surveying) 
I am an Affiliate member of the Yacht Designers and Surveyors Association (YDSA) elected in 2013. 
I have over 20 years experience as a professional marine engineer. 
I provide a comprehensive and no nonsense report in easy to read format. 
Specialising in steel narrowboats. 
A pre-purchase survey is a detailed inspection of the vessel which covers all aspects of the vessel that are considered to be important. The survey will assess whether the vessel meets the required standards and regulations and covers the hull and superstructure, electrical and mechanical installation, and internal fittings and equipment. 
The survey includes a report that will inform the potential purchaser of any issues affecting the vessel that may require rectification before purchase and will include any recommendations or suggestions. The report may enable the purchaser to negotiate on the purchase price. 
For a fairly new vessel it may not be necessary to have a full out of water survey and an in water survey may suffice. 
Hull Condition 
A hull only condition survey is useful if you want to know the condition of your hull. This may be to satisfy your own curiosity about its condition or if you wish to know if there are any repairs required. 
Insurance underwriters typically require a vessel to be surveyed when it reaches 20 years of age or over. This can range from a Hull only survey up to a Full condition survey. 
Our survey will assess the condition of the hull and associated items as per the underwriters requirements. 
Findings from this survey will be detailed in a report for the insurance underwriters to assess the vessels insurability. 
Out of Scope Survey 
An out of scope survey is one which is either not covered by any of the other categories of survey or is a combination of all the survey types. These can often be complex and time consuming. This type of survey may be needed as a result of poor workmanship during a repair or refit or as a result of a claim against a third party. 
Pre-purchase Survey from £650. 
In water pre-purchase survey from £450. 
A BSS certificate can be added to a Pre-purchase survey for a small fee (subject to vessel meeting the minimum requirements). 
Hull Condition Survey from £350. 
Insurance Survey £300 to £800 depending on insurance companies requirements. 
Out of scope survey/consultancy from £50 per hour. 
Valuation Survey POA. 
Prices include travel up to 50 mile radius from Braunston, Northamptonshire. 
Travel over 50 miles charged at 0.45 pence per mile. 
On site slipway available in Braunston. 
There is no VAT to pay. 
Why choose a YDSA surveyor. Click on the YDSA logo to find out. 
A valuation survey could be required for many reasons such as use by insurance underwriters, finance providers or in cases of dispute and family matters. 
If a vessel suffers damage due to third party involvement, equipment or structural failure or a weather related incident, then a survey may be required for insurance or liability claim purposes.