Aloha 30
May 21 20xx Report Number xxxx
1989 Aloha 30 sloop
Prepared for xxxx
5xxxx
xxxx
John Bond Marine Surveyor SAMS®AMS®
Accredited Marine Surveyor
Pre-purchase and Insurance Marine Surveys
1-905-885-6486 [email protected]
www.marinesurveyorontario.com
PO Box 72, Port Hope, Ontario, Canada L1A-3V9
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
SECTION:
PAGE:
HULL, DECK, SUPERSTRUCTURES AND COCKPIT
CABIN APPOINTMENTS
FRESHWATER AND SANITATION
PROPULSION
ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS
ELECTRONICS AND NAVIGATION
RIGGING AND SAILS
SAFETY EQUIPMENT
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FINDINGS AND RECOMMENDATIONS (*A *B or *C)
VALUATION
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GENERAL INFORMATION
The sloop rigged Aloha 30 has a fin keel and spade rudder. The deck layout is conventional, with the
primary winches within reach of the helm; most sail controls are led aft to the cockpit to accommodate
short-handed sailing. Most forward is the v-berth; next to port are a settee, chart table, and head.
Starboard side has a settee, galley, and quarter berth. Companionway access is centre.
The HIN on this vessel is not 100% legible. From the Transport Canada pleasure craft license, it is a
1989. From the HIN, (G8) is was manufactured in July of 1988
BUILDER: Ouyang Boat Works Whitby Ontario.
FAIR MARKET VALUE:
$xxxxx CDN
OVERALL VESSEL RATING: xxxx
FILE NUMBER:
WEATHER:
VESSEL NAME:
SURVEY TYPE:
LICENSE NUMBER:
HULL NUMBER:
SURVEY DATE:
USE:
AREA:
xxxx
60' F and sunny
xxxx
C&V pre purchase
xxxx
xxxx
May 21 xxxx
Pleasure
xxxx
MSBG-Mauchs Sail Boat Guide
BW-Boat Watch sail boat specifications
*Per internet listing sheets (unverified)
FMS-From Manufacturer Specifications
FRP-Fiber Reinforced Plastic
**Measured by surveyor
Taxes not included
BEAM:
10' *
DRAFT:
5' 9" *
DISPLACEMENT:
6,800 IBS *
LENGTH OVERALL: 30' *
FRESH WATER:
unknown
HOLDING TANK:
unknown
FUEL CAPACITY:
22 gallons from tank tag
FUEL TYPE:
Diesel
PROPULSION: Volvo Penta
With shaft drive
NA-Not available or not applicable
#Per Certificate of Registry or vessel license
TC Transport Canada
SS-Stainless Steel
CCG-Canadian Coast Guard
C&V Condition and Value
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SCOPE OF SURVEY Acting at the request of xxxx, the surveyor did attend onboard the Aloha 30 on
May 21 20xx in xxxx Ontario, where an out of water inspection including the underwater machinery
and the exterior of the hulls wetted surface was performed.
A sea trial was not performed, and the prospective owner was not in attendance. The ship’s papers
were onboard at the time of the survey. The Hull Identification Number (xxxx) was verified from the
transom. The reason for the survey was to ascertain the physical condition and estimated value of the
vessel. Moisture meter readings taken and referred to throughout the body of the report were taken
with a GRP 33. Ohm meter readings taken and referred to throughout the body of the report were
taken with a Fluke 77 Multi meter. (NO AC or DC) power was used to check the operation of the
electrical systems specified in this report. Machinery, tanks, belts, hoses, and piping were visually
inspected where normally accessible. No disassembly, sampling, analysis, compression testing or
pressure testing was performed. Electronic equipment was not checked for “Power up”. This vessel
was surveyed without the removals of any parts, including fittings, tacked carpet, screwed or nailed
boards, anchors and chain, fixed partitions, instruments, clothing, spare parts, and miscellaneous
materials in the bilges and lockers, or other fixed or semi-fixed items. Locked compartments or
otherwise inaccessible areas would also preclude inspection. Owner is advised to open up all such
areas for further inspection. Further, no determination of stability characteristics or inherent structural
integrity has been made and no opinion is expressed with respect thereto. This survey report
represents the condition of the vessel on the above date, and is the unbiased opinion of the
undersigned, but it is not to be considered an inventory or warranty either specified or implied.
NOTE: It is recommend and understood that all GAS/DIESEL engines be surveyed by a qualified
Engine Surveyor to determine the condition of the engines, gears and pumps, heat exchangers, etc.
INTENDED USERS: The intended users of this report and valuation are xxxx and underwriters
considering financing or insuring this vessel and is not transferable to any other person or entity.
STANDARDS USED: The mandatory standards contained in the Canada Shipping Act (CSA 2001)
and in particular, the small vessel regulations, TC Safe Boating Guide, Transport Canada TP1332
2010, the voluntary standards, and recommended practices developed by the American Boat and
Yacht Council (ABYC) National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) have been used as guidelines in
the conduct of this survey.
PERCUSSIVE SOUNDINGS: This is a low-tech, highskilled process in which structural members of fiberglass
boats are tapped on to determine their condition.
POWERS UP / POWERED UP: Power was applied only.
This does not refer to the operation of any system or
component unless specifically indicated
SERVICEABLE / ADEQUATE: Sufficient for a
specific requirement.
FIT FOR INTENDED USE: Use which is intended by
Survey Purchaser (present or prospective owner)
REMARKABLE: Noticeable.
OPERABLE: Fit / Operates. This does not refer that the
operation of a system or component was completely tested,
only that power was applied, or the system was activated.
UNREMARKABLE: Unnoticed, not noticeable.
USABLE: Capable of being used. Practicable for use.
GOOD CONDITION: Nearly new, with only minor
cosmetic or structural discrepancies noted.
Use of asterisks (*A *B or *C) in the body of the report will indicate that a finding will be
listed in the Findings and Recommendations section pertaining to the asterisked item.
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HULL, DECK, SUPERSTRUCTURE, AND COCKPIT
TYPE/MATERIAL:
Fin keel sloop, FRP construction.
EXTERIOR HULL/TRANSOM:
White gel coat with blue accent stripes in the condition expected for a vessel of this age, no exposed
laminate. Percussive soundings and moisture meter readings, where tested at random, are
unremarkable.
BOTTOM:
Bottom is covered in blue colored anti fouling paint in usable condition. There was no readily
detectable visual evidence of hull bottom blistering. Percussive soundings where tested at random, are
unremarkable.
KEEL:
*B1 The keel has visible evidence of light damage on the bottom edge that has been adequately been
repaired. Hull to keel joint was found to be even and properly aligned. Keel bolts where seen are SS.
It is recommended that keel bolts be re-torqued periodically to manufacturers’ specifications.
Attention required:
(1) Keel bolt fastener is missing.
(2) Signs of water leaking at the hull to keel joint.
BULKHEADS/STRINGERS:
Tabbing of bulkheads, partitions, and hull stiffeners where seen, under the v-berth and settee seating, is
smooth, secure, and tapped sound. Engine stringers tapped sound where accessible, front half.
BILGE:
The bilge under the engine is free of large debris and oil contamination.
COCKPIT/DECK:
*C1 FRP fore deck, side decks, and self-bailing cockpit have anti skid surface in the appropriate areas.
Cockpit seating where seen is in good condition. Percussive soundings and moisture meter readings,
where tested at random, are unremarkable.
Attention required:
Port side locker hatch hinge is loose.
HULL TO DECK JOINT:
Inward flange covered with a perforated rail fastened with SS bolts. No signs of structural damage of
the hull to deck joint where seen.
PULPITS/STANCHION/LIFELINES/HAND HOLDS:
SS Stern and Bow pulpits, lifelines and handholds mounted on the swim platform, cabin top and
transom are secure and in good condition.
CHOCKS/CLEATS/ANCHOR PLATFORM:
Cleats were inspected and found to be secure and in good condition.
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HATCHES/PORT LIGHTS/WATER LEAKS:
*B2 Hatches and port lights are in serviceable condition, no signs of leaks seen.
Attention required:
Water leak in the quarter berth needs attention, wood is delaminated.
ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT/ACCESSORIES
Fenders and dock lines.
CABIN APPOINTMENTS
Galley contains a sink, hot and cold pressurized water system, foot pump operated water system, Force
10 propane stove top with oven, and an ice box. FRP, wood sole, wood trim throughout and
upholstery are in good condition. Each area has ample 12-volt DC lighting, untested.
PROPANE SYSTEMS:
PRESSURE GAUGE:
Seen
ELECTRIC SHUT OFF VALVE:
Seen at galley
PRESSURE REGULATOR:
Seen
TANK / VENTING:
Tank venting seen
PRESSURE REGULATOR:
Seen
TANK SHUT OFF VALVE:
Seen
RELIEF VALVE:
Seen
FUEL LINES / FITTINGS:
Type 1 approved flexible fuel supply lines,
fittings use swage and threaded insert where seen.
Always check fittings in the propane system for leaks with soap and water before spring launch.
GREY WATER
*B3 Galley and Head sink drain hoses where seen were of marine grade and clamped. Grey water
drain ball valves operated with moderate pressure and showed no signs of leaks. Shower sump with
pump, model from tag: Rule 450 is located under the shower drain grate.
Attention required:
(1) Galley sink drain thru hull fitting is loose in the hull.
(2) Head sink drain hose is disconnected at the sink end.
FRESHWATER SYSTEM
*B4 Tank fill was found to be labeled correctly. Two aluminum water tanks are mounted port and
starboard side under the settees, top sides seen only. Hoses where seen were of marine grade polyester
hose and polybutylene tubing. Par water pressure pump is securely mounted under the head vanity top.
Attention required:
Port side fresh water tank is not securely mounted.
HOT WATER HEATING
Securely mounted aft of the engine is one 120-volt AC with built-in heat exchanger, 6 gallon hot water
tank, manufactured by Atwood: model from tag EHM6-SM, watts from tag: 1500. The 150 psi
Pressure relief valve was tested, operable.
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SANITATION
Tank pump out was found to be labeled correctly. Aluminum waste tank is securely mounted in the
port side cockpit locker, no leaks where seen, aft end and top. Hoses where seen were of marine grade
and clamped. Jabsco Manual head is securely mounted, no bowl cracks seen. Seawater supply ball
valve operated with moderate pressure and showed no signs of leaks.
PROPULSION
Engine warning indicators could not be seen as there was no 12-volt DC power available
ENGINE/DRIVE:
One Volvo Penta, Model: 2000, 2 cylinder, electric starting, diesel engine driving one propeller
through one transmission.
Engine serial number from tag
Engine hours per meter
Transmission serial number from tag
xxxx
None seen
xxxx
MOUNTS:
Engine sits atop adjustable mounts fastened to angle iron, bolted to FRP stringers. Tapped tight.
DRIVE TRAIN:
*B5 One bronze, two bladed propeller was visually inspected only, and found to be in usable
condition. One 1 inch SS shaft, with hex nut packing gland attached to shaft tube with clamps and
reinforced hose. Water lubricated cutlass bearing and bronze single strut. Split type coupling,
connected to shaft by key and setscrews. All appear to be in serviceable condition, exception below.
Attention required:
Cutlass bearing is visibly loose.
CONTROLS:
Manual throttle and shift cable controls mounted in the cockpit, operable.
COOLING SYSTEM/EXHAUST:
*B6 Seawater supply system, SS lift type muffler, hoses where seen were of marine grade and
clamped, well routed and secured. Seawater supply ball valve operated with moderate pressure and
showed no signs of leaks.
Attention required:
Exhaust hose, at the transom end is deteriorated.
ALTERNATOR/STARTER:
Alternator and starter are secure.
VENTILATION:
Ventilation is provided by ventilators aft with flexible tubing and one Attwood 12-volt DC blower,
untested.
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FUEL TANK/SYSTEM:
One 5052 aluminum type tank is securely mounted under the quarter berth, top seen only. Fuel pump
is marine grade mechanical. Fuel water separator is securely mounted in the engine space to a
bulkhead. Fuel fill was found to be labeled correctly. No visible fuel leaks in the system where seen.
Attention required:
*B7
(1) No fuel shut off valve was seen at the fuel tank.
(2) Fuel supply hose from the water separator to the engine is deteriorated.
*C2
(1) Fuel fill and vent hoses could not be inspected without the removal of fixed panels.
(2) Fuel fill and fuel tank grounds were not measured.
PLEASE READ BELOW:
When I arrived at the boat, the batteries were connected but no 12-volt DC power was available. Soon
after, the present owner arrived and was asked about the problem. He stated he has brought a
technician to determine what is wrong. I opened up the 12-volt DC panel and saw burnt wires, a burnt
battery switch, and corrosion on most terminals. The owner then disconnected the batteries and no
testing on the 12-volt DC system was conducted.
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM: (12-volt DC)
*B8 12-volt, DC power is supplied by two storage batteries, with one four-position marine type battery
switch. A regulated engine alternator with one Newmar RM-15 automatic battery charger charges the
batteries. Wiring in general where seen is well routed and secure. There is a factory panel in the salon
using individual well-marked breakers per branch.
Attention required:
(1) The batteries are not contained in acid resistant boxes.
(2) Battery terminals are not covered to protect from accidental contact with ground.
(3) Burnt battery switch and wiring behind the 12-volt DC panel.
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM: (120-volt AC)
One 30-amp inlet, no arcing, or corrosion sighted. Shore power cord is in serviceable condition.
There is a factory panel in the salon with reverse polarity light using one main and individual wellmarked breakers per branch. Wiring in general, where seen is marine grade boat cable well routed and
secure. Receptacle at the galley is GFCI protected.
Attention required:
*B9
(1) Under the forward end of the port side aluminum water tank are pinched 120-volt AC wires.
(2) Receptacle in the head may not be GFCI protected.
*C3
The 120-volt AC grounding bus when checked with an ohmmeter was found not to be connected to the
12-volt DC engine negative terminal.
STEERING SYSTEM
Simple spade design rudder with large SS wheel, cockpit mounted pedestal, operated smoothly, stops
were firm. Percussive soundings and moisture meter readings, where tested at random, on the rudder,
are unremarkable.
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ELECTRONICS AND NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT
RADAR:
SPEED/DEPTH SOUNDER:
NA
Raymarine st60 speed and depth, untested.
GPS:
VHF RADIO:
NA
Horizon intrepid, untested.
AUTOPILOT:
ENTERTAINMENT:
NA
Clarion am/fm/cd, untested.
WIND INSTRUMENTS:
Windex seen.
RIGGING/SAILS
Periodic inspections of all rigging and connections by a qualified rigger are advised.
Rigging was inspected with the mast unstepped.
SAILS:
Sails were inspected thru the folds, in bags. No sail tape, holes or loose stitching where seen. It is
recommended that a sail maker now and yearly as on going maintenance inspect sails.
SHROUDS:
Shrouds are of SS wire, turnbuckles and swages were inspected, serviceable.
HEAD STAY/BACK STAY:
Head stay is equipped with a Harken roller furling, untested. The split backstay is SS wire and not
fitted with mechanical adjustment.
MAST/SPREADERS/BOOM:
A keel stepped aluminum mast with integral sail track, and a single set of aluminum spreaders
supported by a keel mounted compression post. Tapped sound where tested. Aluminum boom,
gooseneck, and fittings inspected, serviceable.
CHAIN PLATES:
The shrouds terminate at one SS chain plate per side deck, using rod struts to terminations located in
the salon. Backstay chain plate is SS ring thru bolted to the transom. Head stay chain plate is SS strap
thru bolted to the stem. All appear serviceable.
HALYARDS/SHEETS:
Braided lines seen are in serviceable condition. Clutches, sheaves, and blocks were inspected and are
in serviceable condition.
WINCHES/TRAVELERS:
A total of four winches; two Barient 22-39, and two Barient 21, operated smoothly, clickers are
audible. Travelers inspected and found to be serviceable.
LIGHTNING PROTECTION:
Attention required:
*C4 No lightening protection seen onboard.
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SAFETY EQUIPMENT
It is the Master’s responsibility to ensure all required equipment is well maintained and carried
aboard at all times while underway.
Pleasure craft 9 M (29’ 6’’) to 12 M (39’ 4’’)
1. One Canadian-approved personal flotation device or lifejacket of appropriate size for each person on board
Seen onboard
2. One buoyant heaving line of not less than 15 m / 49’ 3” in length
Seen onboard
3. One approved lifebuoy with an outside diameter of 610 mm or 762 mm that is attached to a buoyant line of not less
than 15 m / 49’ 3” in length
Seen onboard
4. A reboarding device if the freeboard of the vessel is greater than 0.5m / 1’ 8”
Seen onboard
5. An anchor with not less than 30 m / 98’ 5” of cable, rope or chain in any combination
Seen onboard
6. One manual water pump fitted with or accompanied by sufficient hose to enable a person using the pump to pump
water from the bilge of the vessel over the side of the vessel OR bilge pumping arrangements
Seen onboard
7. A watertight flashlight
none seen
8. Twelve Canadian Approved flares of Type A, B, C or D, not more than 6 of which are of Type D
none seen
9. A sound-signaling device or a sound-signaling appliance
none seen
10. Navigation lights that meet the applicable standards set out in the Collision Regulations
untested
11. One magnetic compass
Seen onboard, fluid is full
12. One radar reflector
See notes below
13. One 10BC fire extinguisher, if equipped with a motor
none seen
14. One 10BC fire extinguisher if the pleasure craft is equipped with a fuel burning cooking, heating or refrigerating
appliance
none seen
NOTE: A reboarding device is required, unless the vertical height that must be climbed in order to re board the
pleasure craft is not more than 0.5 m
NOTE: Navigation lights are only required on a vessel that operates after sunset or in periods of restricted
visibility (fog etc)
NOTE: Radar reflectors are required for boat built of mostly non metallic materials. A radar reflector is not
required if:
The boat operates in limited traffic conditions, daylight and favorable environmental conditions, and where
having a radar reflector is not essential to the boats safety; or
The small size of the boat or its operation away from radar navigation makes having a radar reflector
impracticable.
NOTE: Flares are not required for a pleasure craft that: Is operating on a river, canal or lake in which it can
never be more than one (1) nautical mile (1.852 km) from shore.
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AUXILIARY SAFETY EQUIPMENT
BILGE PUMPS:
One 12-volt DC SeaSense bilge pump located under the salon sole, untested
CO DETECTOR:
*C5 No CO detector seen.
SMOKE DETECTOR:
*C6 No smoke detector seen.
PROPANE FUME DETECTOR:
*C7 No propane fume detector seen.
FINDINGS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
Deficiencies noted under SAFETY should be addressed before vessel is next underway. These
findings represent an endangerment and or the vessel’s safe and proper operating condition. Findings
may also be of TC or CSA 2001 regulations.
"Existing pleasure craft that were constructed according to an earlier version of this standard (TC TP1332 2010) are not
required by the regulations to comply with the current construction requirements of the Small Vessel Regulations, but are
encouraged to do so insofar as it is reasonable and practicable." Voluntary standards (ABYC / NFPA) may not have been in
effect, or may not have been adhered to by the builder, when the boat was constructed. Compliance is recommended.
Deficiencies noted under OTHER DEFICIENCIES should be corrected in the near future to maintain
standards and to help the vessel to retain its value.
A.
B.
C.
SAFETY DEFICIENCIES
OTHER DEFICIENCIES NEEDING ATTENTION
SURVEYORS NOTES AND OBSERVATIONS OR UPGRADES
NOTE: Replace all rusty hose clamps with SS. Ensure all cotter rings are installed.
FINDINGS
TC safety equipment.
B1
(1) Keel bolt fastener is missing.
(2) Signs of water leaking at the hull to keel joint.
RECOMMENDATIONS
Obtain missing TC safety equipment before first
launch.
(1) Replace missing keel bolt.
(2) Remove existing keel to hull fairing, reseal
joint and re torque keel bolts.
Inspect and repair.
B2
Water leak in the quarter berth needs attention,
wood is delaminated.
B3
(1) Galley sink drain thru hull fitting is loose in
(1) Remove, reseal, and mount securely.
the hull.
(2) Head sink drain hose is disconnected at the
(2) Reconnect hose before use.
sink end.
B4
Inspect and repair.
Port side fresh water tank is not securely mounted.
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B5
Cutlass bearing is visibly loose.
B6
Exhaust hose, at the transom end is deteriorated.
B7
(1) No fuel shut off valve was seen at the fuel
tank.
“A shut off valve is required at the fuel tank in
systems where fuel may siphon, and in gravity
feed systems”
ABYC H33
(2) Fuel supply hose from the water separator to
the engine is deteriorated.
Hoses shall be Type A1 or A2 or A1-15”
ABYC H33
B8
(1) The batteries are not contained in acid
resistant boxes.
(2) Battery terminals are not covered to protect
from accidental contact with ground.
(3) Burnt battery switch and wiring behind the 12volt DC panel.
B9
(1) Under the forward end of the port side
aluminum water tank are pinched 120-volt AC
wires.
(2) Receptacle in the head may not be GFCI
protected.
C1
Port side locker hatch hinge is loose.
C2
(1) Fuel fill and vent hoses could not be inspected
without the removal of fixed panels.
(2) Fuel fill and fuel tank grounds were not
measured.
C3
The 120-volt AC grounding bus when checked
with an ohmmeter was found not to be connected
to the 12-volt DC engine negative terminal.
Recommend replacing the cutlass bearing.
Recommend replacing exhaust hose from the
muffler to the outlet end. Use marine grade hose
SAE J2006 or UL1129
(1) Recommend installing a fuel shut off valve at
the fuel tank.
(2) Recommend replacing the fuel supply hose
from the water separator to the engine.
(1/2) Install batteries in boxes with covers and
secure from movement.
(3) Replace battery switch, repair all burnt wiring,
clean and or replace all connections and terminals
on the 12-volt DC panel. Verify all systems are
operable.
(1) Re-locate 120-volt AC wiring in this location
and install self-draining loom where required.
(2) When shore power is available, verify whether
or not the receptacle at the head is protected by
GFCI’s located elsewhere in the vessel. If not,
install a GFCI receptacle in the head.
Inspect and repair.
(1) Recommended removal of fixed panels to
inspect type and condition of fuel fill and vent
hoses.
(2) When the 12-volt DC system is repaired,
verify that the fuel fill deck fitting and fuel tank
are grounded to the vessels 12-volt DC ground.
When the 12-volt DC system is repaired to
working order, re-check the 120-volt AC ground
to 12-volt DC ground connection. If required
connect the 120 volt AC shore power system by
connecting the shore power ground, or its bus, to
the ships 12 volt DC ground per ABYC E11
recommendations.
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C4
No lightening protection seen onboard.
C5
No CO detector seen.
C6
No smoke detector seen.
C7
No propane fume detector seen.
ABYC E4 Lightning Protection requires a Primary
Lightning conductor, wire size #4 AWG (mast step)
and Secondary Lightning conductors, wire size #6
AWG (chain plates).
“Is carbon monoxide a problem with diesel engines?
Usually not, although any engine, including diesel,
produces CO when combustion is incomplete”
Taken from research done by Iowa State
University of Science and Technology. A CO
detector is recommended.
Recommended.
Recommended.
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VALUATION
It is the surveyor’s experience that develops an opinion of the OVERALL VESSEL RATING OF
CONDITION, after a survey has been completed and the findings have been organized in a logical
manner. The following is the accepted marine grading system of condition. The condition rating is a
comparison of vessels of similar make, model, and year.
EXCELLENT (BRISTOL) CONDITION, is a vessel that is maintained in mint or Bristol fashionusually better than factory new-loaded with extras-a rarity.
ABOVE AVERAGE CONDITION, has had above average care and is equipped with extra electrical
and electronic gear.
AVERAGE CONDITION, ready for sale requiring some maintenance and normally equipped for her
size.
FAIR CONDITION, requires maintenance to prepare for sale.
POOR CONDITION, substantial yard work required and devoid of extras.
As shown in the SYSTEMS AND FINDINGS AND RECOMMENDATIONS sections of this
REPORT OF SURVEY, and by virtue of my experience, my opinion is
OVERALL VESSEL RATING: xxxx
SURVEYOR’S CERTIFICATION:
I certify that, to the best of my knowledge and belief:
 The statements of fact contained in this report are true and correct.
 The reported analyses, opinions, and conclusions are limited only by the reported
assumptions and limiting conditions, and is my personal, unbiased professional analyses,
opinions, and conclusions.
 I have no present or prospective interest in the vessel that is the subject of this report, and I
have no personal, interest or bias with respect to the parties involved.
 My compensation is not contingent upon the reporting of a predetermined value or direction
in value or direction that favors the cause of the client, the amount of the value estimate, the
attainment of a stipulate result, or the occurrence of a subsequent event.
 I have made a personal inspection of the vessel that is the subject of this report.
This report is submitted without prejudice and for the benefit of whom it may concern.
Attending Surveyor John Bond SAMS®AMS®
Not valid without seal
Date May 21, 20xx
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STATEMENT OF VALUATION
This condition and value is based on the vessels apparent condition on the date of the survey and
assumes that the vessels propulsion system and other equipment, including sails, not proven
during the survey inspection are in fact operational. In addition, there is no warranty given, or
implied, for the future use or life of the propulsion system described within.
The FAIR MARKET VALUE is the most probable price in terms of money, which a vessel should
bring in a competitive market under all conditions requisite to a fair sale, the buyer and seller, each
acting prudently, knowledgeably and assuming the price is not affected by undue stimulus.
Currency converter used http://www.XE.com/ucc/
Boat Value book; 1989 Aloha 30
www.soldboats.com; 1987 sold in 2010 in Ontario
For sale in Ontario, 1986, asking $29,900.00
BUC fair, high
$24,000.00
$31,000.00
$29,000.00
$24,800.00
CDN
CDN
CDN
CDN
FAIR MARKET VALUE: After consideration of reliability of the data, the extent of the necessary
adjustments and condition of the vessel, it is your surveyor’s opinion that the fair market value of the
subject vessel is
$xx,000.00 CDN (taxes not included)
xxx Thousand Dollars CDN
In accordance with the request for a marine survey for the purpose of evaluating its present condition
and estimating its Fair Market Value, I herewith submit my conclusion based on the preceding report.
The subject vessel was personally inspected by the under signed. Subject to correction of deficiencies
listed as (A, B1 / 1, B8 / 3, B9 / 1), the vessel is considered suitable for its intended use.
I certify that the hull identification number, which appears below on this document, was taken by the
undersigned on the date entered below xxxx (image has been cropped and contrast adjusted)
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Attending Surveyor John Bond SAMS®AMS®
Date May 21, 20xx
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May 21 20xx Report Number xxxx
B1/1 keel bolt missing
B1 signs of water leaking at the hull to keel
joint
B3 galley sink drain thru hull fitting is loose
in the hull
B6 exhaust hose deteriorated
B7 fuel supply hose deteriorated
B8/3 burnt wiring behind the 12-volt DC
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May 21 20xx Report Number xxxx
B9/1 water tank
120-volt AC wiring
port side shroud chain plate
120-volt AC panel / 12-volt DC panel
mast as inspected
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