Boat X-Ray Inspection
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An x-ray can be defined in boating terms as a radiography process for detecting damage in certain elements of a particular boat.
This is a non-invasive way of checking for defects and damages in the hull and superstructure during a marine survey inspection.
The finalization of a boat purchase and sale arrangement is typically made contingent upon a thorough inspection by a professional marine surveyor. This is just one of the methods that can be employed in such process depending on the vessel's construction and condition.
Boaters should consult with their surveyor as to whether the additional expense and time for this kind of inspection is warranted.
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8/11/2022 - Page initiated by Team BoatWiki.