Berlin - Brandenburg
Mecklenburg - Vorpommern
deutschland- & europaweit
Tel. +49 30 868703750

Wertgutachten f├╝r Boote


for sailing boats and motorboats

A commonly held belief is that the value of a boat is determined by the amount a buyer is willing to spend on it.

Zustandsgutachten Segelboot

Appraisial report of the Condition

We conduct condition assessments for the owner of their yacht or boat to determine its current state, either to define its value or to identify the necessary repairs or refurbishments required.

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Damage Appraisal

The repair costs, replacement value, and potential loss of value resulting from damage to your yacht will be assessed by professionals with specialized knowledge.

Beweissicherungsgutachten f├╝r Yachten

Evidence report

Our process involves a thorough examination of the circumstances and work performed, with a focus on documenting any errors that we may discover. We also take steps to secure all relevant evidence related to the issue at hand. Our investigation includes a deep dive into the specific circumstances that led to the current damage, and an analysis of the potential claims that may result from these circumstances on your behalf.

Purchasing Guide

Our team will conduct a comprehensive examination of the item you are interested in, utilizing various inspection techniques such as visual inspections, acoustic tests like knocking, video endoscopy, and ultrasound to measure material thickness, dye penetrant testing for crack detection, wave pattern measurements, and many more.

Construction and repair supervision

When planning to undergo extensive repairs or renovations for your boat or yacht at a shipyard, it is advisable to have construction and repair supervision in place. By carefully documenting each construction phase, you can ensure that the work is done correctly and efficiently. With the help of experienced boat builders, you can have optimal control of the repair work and develop suitable work processes for yacht refits. Their long-standing expertise in boat building can help you achieve a successful outcome for your vessel.

boat acceptance test

When purchasing a sailboat or motorboat, there are many technical components to consider. Water treatment systems, power generators, and electric motors are just a few of the technologies that are often packed into small spaces on board. To ensure that your yacht functions correctly and safely, an external evaluation is necessary, in addition to checking all machinery and equipment.

A boat acceptance test is a critical step in the boat buying process. It is performed to verify that the boat is up to code and meets design specifications, and that it is safe to operate. A surveyor conducts this test, examining the boat's structure, machinery, and equipment. They inspect everything from the hull to the electrical system to ensure that it is functioning correctly.

For sailboats, the boat acceptance test includes a sea trial. During this trial, the surveyor takes the boat out on the water to assess its handling, performance, and responsiveness in different conditions. They also check the boat's sails and rigging to ensure they are in good condition and functioning correctly.

For motorboats, the acceptance test involves a similar evaluation of the boat's structure and equipment, but without the sea trial. Instead, the surveyor conducts tests on the boat's systems, such as the engines, electrical system, and navigation equipment, to ensure they are functioning correctly.

In summary, a boat acceptance test is essential to ensure that the boat is seaworthy and safe to operate. It is crucial to hire a qualified surveyor to conduct the test to ensure a thorough assessment of the boat's condition.

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Pre-Purchase Boat Inspections

for sailboats and motorboats

Assessing the condition of a boat and its equipment can be risky for non-experts when purchasing a used boat. This is why a boat inspection, or boat check, is necessary before buying a sailboat or motorboat.

A boat inspection involves a thorough examination of the boat's exterior and interior, including the hull, deck, rigging, sails, engine, electrical system, plumbing, and other components. The goal is to identify any defects, damage, or wear and tear that may affect the boat's performance or safety.

For sailboats, the inspection may also include a check of the mast, boom, standing rigging, running rigging, winches, and other sailing gear. For motorboats, the inspection may include a check of the propeller, shaft, rudder, steering system, fuel system, and other mechanical components.

A boat inspection should be conducted by a qualified marine surveyor or knowledgeable boat mechanic. The inspector will use various tools and techniques to assess the boat's condition, such as moisture meters, soundings, compression tests, and visual inspections.

After the inspection, the inspector will provide a detailed report outlining any issues found during the inspection. The report will also include recommendations for repairs or upgrades necessary to bring the boat up to optimal condition.

Investing in a boat inspection may seem like an unnecessary expense, but it can save you a lot of money and headaches in the long run. By identifying any problems before buying the boat, you can negotiate a better price or avoid a costly mistake altogether.

In conclusion, a boat inspection is an important step in the buying process for sailboats and motorboats. Do not take any chances when it comes to your safety and enjoyment on the water. Hire a qualified inspector and get a thorough boat check before making your purchase.

Osmosis examination

Osmosis examination on recreational boats. Everyone is familiar with the topic of osmotic blistering - but how do I detect osmosis? And how significant is the damage?

Motor check

Engine checks for sports boats. Statements regarding soot, condition, water or fuel, and impurities in the motor oil are tested on site.

Battery condition

Checking the batteries on board. Do you know the condition of all the batteries on board?

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Office Berlin
Scharfe Lanke 113 a
13595 Berlin
Tel. +49 30 868703750
eMail: Berlin@Ihr-Yachtgutachter.de

Office Vorpommern
Dorfstra├če 78
17375 Vogelsang-Warsin
Tel. +49 39773 399852
eMail: Ueckerm├╝nde@Ihr-Yachtgutachter.de




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