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Marine Surveyors USA offers the most complete and trusted marine surveys on the market. Call us today!

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Your Marine survey can be scheduled by calling 404-512-8887. Whether you are insuring your current vessel, making a boat purchase or making an assessment for repairs, you will need to hire the service of a professional marine surveyor to make a comprehensive valuation of your boat. You’ll want to protect your investment, and a certified marine surveyor will carefully inspect and examine the vessel to determine that it is in adherence of guidelines recommended by the American Boat and Yacht Council (ABYC). The ABYC is an organization that develops safety standards for the design, construction, repair and maintenance of recreational boats.

Capt. Joel D. Jenkins has met the qualifications needed to perform your marine survey. He is a trained professional, and he will gather information on the vessel correctly and impartially to satisfy your need of a survey.

Surveys are based on the type and size of vessel you are looking to have surveyed. For boats, you would have a boat survey. For larger vessels, a yacht survey is performed. The largest vessels would fall under the marine survey category. We have each of these types of surveys outlined in greater detail here on our site, or you can contact us for your specific needs.

Review this site to learn more about Capt. Jenkins and the yacht survey and boat survey services offered. Capt. Jenkins also has a partner in Tennessee, Capt. James T. McKay, AMS and he can be reviewed at

Boat (bòt)
a. A relatively small, usually open craft of a size that might be carried aboard a ship
b. An inland vessel of any size

v. boat-ed, boat-ing

1. To travel by boat.
2. To ride a boat for pleasure.

Yacht (yät)
Any of various relatively small sailing or motor-driven vessels, generally with smart graceful lines, used for pleasure cruises or racing.

Survey (sûr và)

1. To examine or look at comprehensively.
2. To inspect carefully; scrutinize.
3. To inspect and determine the condition of (a boat/yacht).


1. A detailed inspection.
2. A gathering of a sample of opinions to be representative of a whole.

Reasons For Getting A Marine Survey…

  • Pre-Purchase Survey
  • Insurance Valuation Survey
  • Appraisal
  • Damage Report
  • Bottom Inspection
  • Yacht Delivery & Sea Trail
  • Miscellaneous Testing

No Vessel Is Too Big Or Too Small

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