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Suitable Locations for the Yacht Survey

It is normal procedure for our Yacht Surveyor to perform the survey at the boat's current location, assuming that the boat is already on the hard-standing or that there are lifting facilities nearby. If the boat is on her mooring or is some distance from boat lifting facilities, Fieldhouse Yacht Surveys would be happy to assist with finding a suitable location for the survey.

In order to assist you with finding a suitable location for the survey, we have produced a number of interactive maps which give many of the locations where the survey can be performed. Click on the links on the bar to the left. These will take you to the map that covers the region. Once you find the most suitable map, click on the pin marker in order to view details of the location, contact details and information relating to lift-out and hard-standing facilities.

It is your responsibility to gain permission from the broker, owner or yard before the survey can go ahead and to organise access to keys and lifting of the boat. However, we are happy to help where required and would be willing to liaise with those involved.

For more details of the marinas, boat yards, slipways and mooring piles in any location in Southern England, select from one of the coastal regions on the tabs on the left.

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