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If you have been involved in a boating accident, then there's a good chance that your boat might have been damaged in the process. You might be able to see some of the damage yourself, or you might not be able to see any damage at all. Either way, there's a chance that there is damage present that you can't see or that you don't really know the extent of. You can have a survey inspection done by a certified marine surveyor, though, and there are a few cases when this is a good idea. For example, it's a good idea to have one of these inspections done after a boating accident.
Find Out How Serious the Damage is
First of all, you probably want to know how seriously your boat has been damaged during the boating accident. If your boat does not have damage, or if the damage is not too serious, then you can gain peace of mind almost instantly by having a certified marine survey done. If your boat is damaged, on the other hand, you will probably want to know how serious the damage is and how much it's going to cost to repair it.
File a Claim With Your Insurance Company
If you have insurance on your boat, then you are probably planning on using this insurance to pay for damage repairs on your boat. Be aware that in some cases, you might have to worry about your insurance company denying your claim or not covering all of the repairs that are needed. If you have an inspection done on your boat now by a certified surveyor, you can provide this information to your insurance company, which can help you increase your chances of having your claim covered.
Make Sure Your Boat is Safe to Operate
Of course, you probably don't want to put your boat back into the water -- particularly with passengers -- until you are sure it's safe for you to do so. If you don't think your boat is damaged too badly, then you could be wondering if you can put your boat back to use right away. Having one of these inspections done can let you know whether or not this is an option. If you are going to have to have repairs done to your boat, you may want and need to have a certified marine survey done on it after the repairs are done. Then, you can make sure that your boat is once again safe to put to use.
Contact a marine surveyor near you to learn more.Share
20 December 2021