VINTAGE CAR SPECIALIST
Henry Bettle BEng (Hons)
AMRINA AMSCMS AMIMarEST
Marine Yacht Surveyor
HOW IT WORKS
Organising and deciding on what survey you require can be a confusing process. Have a look at my 'services' page to see clearly which type of survey you require.
A survey involves a thorough inspection of the whole yacht. This can take up to a day, and involve a rigorous check of every item inside and outside the yacht. Once the survey is complete, and pictures have been taken for evidence, an in-depth yet concise report will be written up. This can be either emailed in PDF form, or printed and posted within five working days.
Revisiting a vessel can be arranged if recommended work is undertaken to the yacht. The report can then be updated accordingly.
An invoice for the survey will be attached with the final report.
For more information on the survey process, click here.
Henry Bettle is an independent Marine Yacht Surveyor, based on the south coast near Chichester, West Sussex.
With over 100 Five Star Google Reviews, we are the top reviewed Yacht Surveying Company in the UK.
Henry is fully insured and an associate member of The Royal Institution of Naval Architecture, A full member of The Society of Consulting Marine Engineers and Ship Surveyors, and The Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology.
Here at H T Bettle & Co, we are constantly striving to offer the best Yacht Surveying service we can. We aim to be the most professional, pragmatic, and helpful surveying company around. We are delighted to provide yacht owners and purchasers with detailed reports and advice, be it a small Specific Item Survey, a Survey for Insurance, all the way up to a Pre-Purchase, Condition, and Valuation Survey.
Specialising in GRP motor and sailing yachts, surveys can be undertaken for any pleasure craft up to 100 feet in length.
An extensive survey for the purchaser of a yacht. This is a highly detailed survey.
An in-depth survey, focusing on the structural aspects of the yacht.
A survey for the seller of a yacht, which can be transferred into the buyers name.
A survey to determine the cause, nature and extent of an incident.