& Consulting Ltd
Specializing in Yacht & Small Craft Marine Surveys & Claims Handling In Toronto Canada.
Types Of marine surveys
Areas We Offer marine surveys
Based in Toronto, Canada, operating across Ontario and willing to travel
McLoughlin Marine Surveying & Consulting Ltd. is based in the Greater Toronto Area, and all of our marine surveys are in compliance with current standards and requirements. MMS&C Ltd. regularly operates across:
Fee Schedule for marine surveys
Recent marine surveys
FAQ about marin sureys
For multi hulls, specialty or consulting work, please call us directly to best accommodate your needs.
Claims work is starts at a minimum of $150 CAD per hour, and our day rate is based on a 10hr day.
All Local COVID Precautions Will Be Followed
To ensure that the boat is ready for a survey, the bilge should be reasonably clean. Any keys required for lockers must be supplied or their location supplied. The vessel and mast location should be confirmed. If possible power should be made available and all safety equipment should be aboard.
As a SAMS Accredited Marine Surveyor, we survey to a code of ethics and pursue continuing education and professional development regularly.
Having worked in Canada, the Caribbean, and Northeast region of the US, we have as strong network of associates with varied disciplines whom we are happy to refer if we’re not available to assist you.
The average rate of a Condition & Valuation survey in Ontario is between $18/ft and $25/ft, plus applicable mileage and taxes.
Clients who loved our marine surveys
Tips For Spring Launch from an expert in marine surveys
As spring approaches, and preparations begin for launch, take a look at safety gear. Firstly, is everything aboard for your crew in working order or up to date? In addition, if something needs to be replaced, replace it with a new replacement?
Check life jackets (PFD’s) for tears. Also, clean or dry material and that can be stowed in a readily accessible location.
If whistles or PLB’s (Personal Locator Beacons) are fitted, do they work?
Have you considered manually inflating the automatic inflatable PFD’s?
Don’t forget: Test all Smoke, CO2, Gas, and High Water Bilge alarms.