I am a member of the International Institute of Marine Surveyors and on the International Register of Marine Surveyors. I am the UK arm of a Dutch Notified Body for RCD compliance" and then carry on where it refers to Post Construction Assessment Certificates and can give a personal and direct service in respect of all coding.
I provide Expert Witness Services and in this respect I am an Associate Member of the Academy of Experts and am also on the UK Register of Expert Witnesses and a member of the Intota Expert Network. The purpose is to establish a relationship with you to enable you to have full confidence and ease in your dealings with me.
In my view it is a responsibility of a Surveyor to save clients unnecessary expense and to be able to do this the surveyor must have experience of boats and know about them and importantly have a passion for them.
Unlike some surveyors I am happy that my clients are present at the survey especially first time buyers and those with limited experience. I am keen that I am able to give them an overview of the vessel at the time and to answer any questions that they may have. However it is crucial your Surveyor is accredited by membership of any one or more of the recognised bodies such as the YDSA. My background is one steeped in sailing boats from dinghies with stick masts and bits of rag to ocean racers.


I have been involved with the building of a number of boats and for myself when about 19 or 20 I built from scratch my glued clinker National 12 racing dinghy. I do like my fishing however and have a wooden 20ft clinker built fishing boat which I am about to completely restore. So you can talk to me about most things and somewhere in there I should be able (to solve your problems and deal with your needs. I am easily contactable through this site or otherwise and am always delighted to hear about your boats. Having in the past been a practising solicitor I am now a Fellow of the Institute of Paralegals where I have a Practising Certificate and seperate Professional Indemnity Insurance which enables me to give a full legal service at affordable prices. His Royal Highness the Duke of Kent visited the town’s acclaimed Boat Building Academy, was introduced to members of Lyme Regis Gig Club and given a tour of the lifeboat station on the Cobb on Thursday afternoon.
The Duke also met with principal of the Boat Building Academy, Yvonne Green, director Tim Gedge and traditional boat builder Gail McGarva MBE. His Royal Highness, who is president of the RNLI, then moved on to the lifeboat station at the Cobb, where he was greeted by operations manager and harbourmaster, Grahame Forshaw MBE, and other representatives of the charity. Before heading back to London, the royal visitor made a quick stop in the award-winning RNLI shop next to the station, where he chatted with volunteers and was shown the shop‘s bestselling items.


It is important that I am able to advise them at the time in respect of any matters which may manifest themselves. It is a prerequisite of such membership that the Surveyor has Professional Indemnity Insurance to a minimum amount. Subsequently I completed from a bare hull a Trapper 28 and then fulfilled my dream of building my own boat from scratch which is a Bruce Farr designed 30 ft cruiser racer. He met with students from Charmouth Primary School, whose artwork was on display in the station, and head boy and girl from the Woodroffe School before enjoying tea and cake with other volunteers. He was keen to make everyone feel relaxed and was interested to hear about the crew and their backgrounds. They are then able to picture these situations in their mind's eye rather than the relatively impersonal survey reports.



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