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So Cal Surveys

PO Box 367 Dana Point, CA 92629


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About So Cal Surveys

Pre-Purchase (Condition and Value) Survey
A Pre-Purchase, or Condition and Value Survey, is an over-all inspection of the vessel in the water, out of the water, and during a sea trial to find the general condition of a vessel before its purchase. The inspection includes inspecting every part of the vessel that is accessible including structural, electrical, plumbing, tanks, and mechanical systems. The engines will be inspected externally only and observed how they operate. The rigging will be inspected from the deck only. A full report will be emailed to you within 24 hours of the survey which will include the fair market value. This report will be acceptable by your insurance and/or finance companies.
At Southern California Marine Surveyor Services (So Cal Surveys), we are dedicated to providing professional, timely, accurate, & detailed information to our clients concerning the condition of marine vessels (boats & yachts), cargo, & containers.

Please visit our web site at for detailed information or call us at 949-322-2567

About Society Of Accredited Marine Surveyors

The Society Of Accredited Marine Surveyors® is located in Jacksonville, Florida, and caters to boaters & the marine industry. SAMS® is a 1000+ member international organization dedicated to enhancing the profession of marine surveying through communication, cooperation & education. Members must abide by a code of ethics & participate in a program of continuing education. AMS® members are surveyors who have accumulated time in the profession & have demonstrated the technical skills necessary for designation as Accredited Marine Surveyors. Surveyor Associates are practicing surveyors who are working toward receiving their AMS® designation. Affiliate members are non-surveying individuals and/or businesses providing products or services to the marine industry.


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