Marine Pre-Purchase Survey / Marine Insurance Survey / Condition Evaluation
Minimum Charge $525 + tax
Boat Damage Inspection $135 / $150 per hr. (minimum 3 hr. charge / 3.5 hr)
Up to 40' = $24 per foot + tax
41'-50' = $25 per foot + tax
51'-60' = $27 per foot + tax
61' & over = $ by quote
Oil Analysis $75 per sample
Specialty / Antique vessels by quote.
Payment is due day of inspection / survey.
Payment for pre-purchase surveys / insurance surveys / condition evaluations due day of or prior to inspection date. Information will not be released until payment is received. Cancellation of inspections must be made in email form within 72 hrs prior to inspection date or survey cost will be due. All other payments due within 15 days of invoice date. Past due payments subject to fee - 10% of invoice total per 15 day period.
* Fly-bridge boats add an additional $2.00 per foot
* Vessel length determined by manufacture specifications, and as reported to BUC Valu, not model number.
If the vessel length is greater then 3" of a foot it will be rounded up the the nearest foot for "per foot cost".
Payment by: Cash - Check / Credit / Debit Card (3.5% fee added)
Checks are to be made payable to: Popeye Marine Group - (post dating not accepted)
*Marine Surveys and all other service payments are due upon the completion of the on board inspection / service
(day of) unless otherwise stated.
*Popeye Marine Group Marine Surveys, Insurance Surveys, and Boat Damage Inspections do not include an internal inspection of Engines, Generators, Gears, Pumps or other mechanical aspects of a vessel. We recommend further inspection for these items to be completed by a Certified Marine Mechanic. Popeye Marine Group does not represent itself or its entities as Certified Marine Mechanics for any purpose of any type of Marine Survey.
This is the most comprehensive type of inspection, and is strongly advised when purchasing a new or used vessel. Condition and overall operation of the vessel should be examined. This covers structural integrity, electrical systems, the propulsion system, the fuel system, other machinery, navigation equipment, miscellaneous on-board systems, cosmetic appearance, electronics, and overall maintenance as well as an out-of-water inspection. Sea Trials can be added as a part of your inspection.
This inspection is performed so that the insurance company can determine whether or not the vessel is an acceptable risk. They are interested in structural integrity and safety for its intended use. Most insurance companies require a survey on older boats. They will also want to know the vessel's fair market value.
The surveyor can be retained by an insurance company to determine the cause of a loss and determine the extent of loss related damage and may be asked to recommend repairs, review estimates, and determine the pre-loss value of a vessel. A vessel owner can retain a surveyor for the same purposes, but for the owner's behalf.
When you need someone who knows and understands the repair practices in the marine industry to oversee the repair/refit of your vessel to make sure everything is done properly.
Looking to buy a new boat but not sure what to get, or perhaps you can't find what you're looking for. Popeye Marine Group can help you with your search.
Perhaps you are looking to outfit a private yacht with a new crew and need help vetting individuals to make sure you receive the best possible crew aboard your vessel.
Did you just buy a new boat but are unsure on how to operate it? Maybe you need help docking, or want your loved ones to have the knowledge to operate your vessel.
Popeye Marine Group can teach you how to safely operate your small craft and get you comfortable at the helm. *Services are performed by a NSBC Certified Instructor & licensed USCG Master.