In the course of inspecting an engine the surveyors look for the following things.
One of the most frequent issues encountered is the leak of a shaft or rudder seal in an engine’s engine bay. The cooling system’s maintenance that is overdue is the other issue. Some people will overlook this because it seems to work perfectly. There are some areas that may leak and cause sodium water to flow into the engine without the owner not even. It will pay off in the end if are doing this more often.
A different issue that is common is damages to the rear end of the boat. Navigating a boat in narrow spaces can be challenging when you make a mistake in the angle of a berth or an angle, there could be dents or scratches to the hull. Your vessel is in danger of corrosion and leaks.
Surveyors are also recommending checking the propellers on your boat. This can be a costly inspection as it will require the whole boat to be taken out of the water. But, when you find issues like excessive barnacle growth, you’ll be happy you made the decision to invest.
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