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"Initially when buying a boat, if you don’t have a survey carried out beforehand you will not only own the boat, you’ll own any problems as well" - For more advice on boat surveys, check out the full feature on the NFU Mutual blog at http://ow.ly/ZGI130cNKYb

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Sink or swim - If you are buying privately you will have to ensure as far as is practicable that the vendor actually owns the boat and will be able to give you “good title” to it when the money changes hands. Want more tips? Head over to http://ow.ly/H19N30cO0Of
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Marine Techniques were delighted to discuss all things boat and insurance withNFU Mutual head over to http://ow.ly/108g30cNDPY to read the full story

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A nice new build 70ft wide beam canal boat seen on Tuesday at Sharpness Shipyard
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This lovely Johnathan Wilson & Roger Myers 57 Traditional canal boat was surveyed by us in the dry dock at Shobnall Marina, Shobnall Road, Burton on Trent
Staffordshire
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This lovely Johnathan Wilson & Roger Myers 57 Traditional canal boat
was recently surveyed by one of our #marine #surveyors at: Shobnall Marina, Shobnall Road, Burton on Trent Staffordshire.

Model: Cruiser stern steel narrowboat
Design Purpose: Category D inland sheltered waters
Builder: Johnathan Wilson
Advised year of construction: 2000
Length Overall: 57ft
Beam: 7ft
Engine: Beta 1505 4 cylinder diesel

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Valuation survey carried out by Marine Techniques on a Bavaria 32 Cruiser
At Largs Yacht Haven, Largs, Ayrshire.


Type: Bavaria 32 Cruiser
Year Built: 2013
Hull No.: DE-BAVY32L5A313
Official Number: 919055
Registered Tonnage: 8.57
Builder: Bavaria Yachtbau GmbH
Designer: Bruce Farr
Construction: GRP
LOA: 9.99m
Beam: 3.42m
Depth: 1.95m
Displacement: 5,200 kg (ballast keel 1,300 kg)
Keel: Fin
Rig Bermudan sloop
Machinery: Volvo Penta D1-30 inboard diesel
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This Grand Banks 42 Classic was recently surveyed for a client at Dunstaffnage Marina, Oban, Scotland by one of our marine surveyors Mike Hall.

Builder: American Marine Ltd, Singapore
Designer: Ken Smith
Construction: GRP
Length O. A. 12.98m
LWL 12.43m
Beam: 4.14m
Draft: 1.27m
Displacement: 15,422 kg
Keel: Long
Machinery: Twin Caterpillar 3208 TA 375 hp inboard diesels
Transmission: Twin disk MG507/1 of 2.54:1 ratio
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Sunny day here in Cornwall, why not have a look at our website
www.marine-techniques.co.uk
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