We aim to provide a professional, ethical, and quality marine survey. As a surveyor, I work for the person who hires me and it is my job to protect their interest. My survey findings (condition of the vessel) is shared only with the hiring party.
Inspecting with Passion
Member in good standing with:
SAMS® - Society of Accredited Marine Surveyors
ABYC® - American Boat and Yacht Council
IAMI® - International Association of Marine Investigators
PRE-PURCHASE and INSURANCE surveys. Our rates are competitive with other surveyors in the area.
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INSURANCE/DAMAGE CLAIM $75/HR
(Including inspection and report writing, travel $0.56 per mile, expenses at cost plus 10%)
VESSEL EQUIPMENT ANALYSIS $75/HR
(Including inspection, travel, report writing, expenses at cost plus 10%)
SALVAGE SUPERVISION $75/HR
(Including travel and report writing, expenses at cost plus 10%)
SEA TRIALS $50/HR
(Including travel and report writing)
MARINE MANUFACTURE'S CONSULTING
CONTACT: 360-720-3420 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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"His reports are professional, accurate, and timely" - Liz Merriman, Nauticat 33
Hello, I am Steve Hayes.
My career started in aviation as an A&P mechanic (15 yrs), where I also earned an IA - Inspector Authority - from the FAA, and worked for Raytheon Aerospace (9 years). I moved to the pacific northwest in 1988 and chose to stay, which brought me into the construction trade. I owned and operated my contracting business for 14 years. During that time I attained my captains license with a 100 ton rate and worked for a marine salvage and rescue company.
Being on the water was the paramount reason to live here and that meant owning and maintaining boats. I have owned both wood and fiberglass vessels of power and sail. I have worked for Vessel Assist N.W. as a tow captain, for the Guemes Island Ferry as deckhand, and was on-call for oil spill response with Global Marine. I have sent myself to classes and studied many manuals/books on boat maintenance. I have passed ABYC testing for Standards and Marine Electrical. My goal was to become a marine surveyor and in 2015 was accepted into the Society of Marine Surveyors (SAMS®) as an Accredited Marine Surveyor.
My surveys have always been accepted by the insurance industry as they are neat, professional and accurate. I am dedicated to the safety and well being of the marine industry, and to a clean environment.
Feel free to call for questions, a quote, or just a marine-related conversation.
Deception Pass, Washington