The Art and Science of Marine Surveying
This is a study of vessel terminology, construction components, details, and materials for vessels built of fiberglass, wood, and metals, with a focus on wood and fiberglass. We shall also study the techniques and methods used in the inspection process. Participants will examine and become familiar with examples of specific types of common problems and develop the ability to recognize vessel deficiencies in the field.
Arts II: Examining and Understanding On-Board Systems
This second course in the series of The Art of Marine Survey focuses on a general study of on-board systems. This includes engines (diesel and gasoline, inboard and outboard); machinery and propulsion; fuel and electrical systems and their components; through-hull fittings and bilge pumps; galley equipment; pump types, designs, and functions; marine sanitation devices; corrosion, bonding, and grounding systems; and safety systems.
Havorn Marine Survey and Shipwright School
P.O. Box 17521
Seattle WA 98127
Telephone: (206) 789-7043
Survey Course: Section B
Survey Course: Section C
Havorn Marine Survey & Shipwright School
Havorn Marine Services, Inc.