CANADIAN MARINE SURVEYS A TOTAL MARINE INDUSTRY SOLUTIONS COMPANY

Marine Survey

Apr 8, 2017

Marine Surveys Canada, performs marine surveys on yachts and small recreational craft, with offices in Edmonton, Alberta and Georgian Bay. The team there are a group of experts in vessel construction, ABYC, NFPA, NMEA and Transport Canada standards.

The firm has a total solutions approach providing marine-specific appraisal services to the insurance industry since 2004. With roots in Western Canada, they have developed relationships with major underwriters and brokers and in 2011 expanded our services to Eastern Canada with our newest location on Georgian Bay. Unique to the company is its unique attribute of being able to provide failure analysis and investigative consulting services to insurers right across the country.

They provide marine-specific expertise which means they know boats and they know the boating industry.

Marine Surveys Canada also provides nationwide repair consulting services. Levering their knowledge of fiberglass boatbuilding, propulsion systems, and their commitment to problem-solving today’s technological challenges, Marine Surveys Canada is equipped to provide supervision of structural repair, service department technical assistance, and advanced navigation electronics system consultation & troubleshooting.

With the hands-on knowledge and experience across Canada and the view of the Canadian market Marine Surveys Canada, can help those marine operators that are struggling to respond and adapt in ways that set them apart from their competition. Providing solutions and hands-on guidance, the team there can support and grow their clients to excel in customer service, employee satisfaction and sustainable profitability.

 

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