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About Us

Owning a yacht is a definite lifestyle choice.

 

NYSconsultants will assist you through

the Pre-purchase, Refit or New-building process.

 

Our experienced team consists of  Naval Architects and

 Yacht Marine Engineers.

 

Our main objective is to keep our knowledge and training up to date

in order to be able to offer impeccable Yachting Consultancy Services.

 

Based in North America

we are trying to build together with our customers

 a worldwide yachting network.

We are always ready to deliver high quality survey reports

offering our services anywhere around the world.

Refit & New Construction Supervision

Yacht Technical Management

 

The construction of a new yacht or the refitting of an existing one

is a major investment and we will make sure that it will be an enjoyable and exciting procedure

which will allow you to express your personal taste and style.

 

NYS Yachting Consultants will handle your project,

from concept design to delivery sea trials.

 

By choosing the right technical consultants

you will feel secure and stress-free

with your investment throughout the year.

Pre-purchase Condition Surveys & Valuation Surveys

The primary objective of

the Pre-purchase Condition Survey (PPCS) is to

ascertain the structural integrity of the vessel

and assess the condition of any system onboard.

 

Τhe value of something is said to be what someone is willing to pay for it.

Valuation surveys are carried out to  estimate the current value of a yacht.

 

The following should be included in the report derived from a Pre-purschase survey and/or Valuation survey:

 

(1) operation results of electrical, propulsion, navigation, fuel systems and

         all machinery possible while the yacht is still afloat in the water.

 

(2) out of water inspection findings of underwater hull and fittings.

 

(3) Condition of the interior spaces.

 

(4) Inspection findings of the hull internally where accessible

 

(5) Repair recommendations.

 

(6) Market Value estimation based on condition.

Sea Trials

Sea trials are used to check how the vessel  performs

and the operation of on board systems.

This is often part of a final delivery or pre-purchase survey 

and would normally only last an hour or so.

 

Sea trials would cover the following:

• Water ingress – through skin fittings, stern glands, etc
• Starting – how well the engine starts from cold
• Engine performance – performed by engine’s manufacturers 
• Visual engine inspection – oil or water leaks
• External exhaust inspection – smoke, cooling water flow (if seen)
• Steering – responsiveness, full lock, heaviness
• Check the vessels instrumentation – depth, chart plotter, log, etc
• Engine leg trim (motor boats only)
• Sails and sail handling equipment (sailing yachts only)

Insurance Surveys

Insurance surveys are periodically required by the insurers

to enable them to have a clear understanding of the asset that is being insured.

 Insurance surveys can be requested every five years by some insurance companies.

 

 An Insurance survey has two primary purposes:

 

(1) to identify the vessel, its equipment, its condition and general value

 

(2) to identify defects and damages that pose a potential threat to the safety of the vessel

and subsequently to its passengers.

 

This type of survey also provides the owner with a professional evaluation of the vessel.

and ascertains the structural integrity of core systems such as mast, sails or engines.

An out of water survey would be required.

Machinery Damage

Pleasure craft occasionally suffer machinery problems.

Surveyors are usually appointed to investigate

the cause, nature and extent of damage on behalf of underwriters.

Hull Damage Surveys & Collision Damage Reports

Insurance, in general, covers damage as a result of an unforeseen and unexpected event.

Where P&I insurance is intended to insure a shipowner’s liability to others, Hull & Machinery insurance is mainly to cover the ship as the Owners’ primary asset.

 

Hull damage surveys tend to be carried out on behalf of hull and machinery (H&M) underwriters.

As the hull damage surveyor our role is to photograph and record the extent of the damage which needs to be evaluated to determine whether an economic repair is possible or the vessel is a write-off.

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“The main qualifications for a surveyor are physical stamina,

keen observation, scrupulous honesty, attention to detail,

an open mind and ears, a closed mouth and common sense.”
John Guy

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