Marine Surveys by Jason Pinko Marine Survey, Daytona Beach & Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA Jason Pinko Marine Survey
Marine Surveyors

Jason Pinko, SAMS® SA,
Principle Marine Surveyor & Rigging Specialist
Daytona Beach & Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA
Cell: 954 599-3425

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Services offered
Pre-Purchase Survey 
This is the most comprehensive type of inspection, and is strongly advised when purchasing a new or used vessel. Condition and overall operation of the vessel should be examined. This covers structural integrity, electrical systems, the propulsion system, the fuel system, other machinery, navigation equipment, miscellaneous on-board systems, cosmetic appearance, electronics, and overall maintenance as well as an out-of-water inspection and a sea trial.
Pre-Purchase Survey

Insurance Survey
This inspection is performed so that the insurance company can determine whether or not the vessel is an acceptable risk. They are interested in structural integrity and safety for its intended use. Most insurance companies require a survey on older boats. They will also want to know the vessel's fair market value.

Insurance Survey
Rigging Survey
This survey is performed so the insurance company can determine whether or not the vessel rigging is of acceptable risk. A annual rigging survey is highly recommended by all manufactures of spars, and rigging companies. This is a set standard within the sailing marine industry and most insurance companies.

A rigging survey will give you a view and thorough report of what most owners and captains do not see. This survey consists of spars and structure of, standing rigging, running rigging, all systems aloft including external mounted hardware, electronics, fittings and sails. A full report. This report includes a direct replacement schedule and service schedule with proper measurements of rigging components for a quote by your choice of rigging professionals.
Rigging Survey
Appraisal Inspection
This inspection is performed to gather enough information to justify or determine the fair market value of the vessel. This is normally needed for financing, estate settlements, donations and legal cases.
Appraisal Inspection
Damage Inspection
The surveyor can be retained by an insurance company to determine the cause of a loss and determine the extent of loss related damage and may be asked to recommend repairs, review estimates, and determine the pre-loss value of a vessel.  A vessel owner can retain a surveyor for the same purposes, but for the owner's behalf.
Damage Inspection
Jason also does rigging work that is not survey related nor necessarily marine related, you can find out more about that here: Argonaut Rigging.com

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