Jersey Marine Survey

 

 Welcome to JerseyMarineSurvey.com! 

New Jersey's #1 Marine Surveyor Directory and Resource.

Looking for a SAMS Accredited Surveyor to help you with you cargo survey or damage claim?

Or maybe a pre-purchase survey or insurance survey for your boat?

You've come to the right place... The below surveyors can help you with Cargo Surveys, Draft Surveys, and Damage Surveys.

 Yachts and Small Craft too!

New Jersey's SAMS Accredited Marine Surveyors


Sponsoring NJ Marine Surveyor


Zach Vergiev
Accredited Marine Surveyor

Specializing in:
Cargo, Hull, Bunker, Damage, and Draft Surveys

Primary Service Area:
New Jersey, New York, and Connecticut


BMP Marine
175 Meadow Lane
Secaucus, New Jersey 07094
201-228-0690
Gary Allegar - Accredited Marine Surveyor
105 Yeoman Road
Manahawkin, New Jersey 08050
609-698-1474

Daniel Belson - Accredited Marine Surveyor
400 Spiral Drive
Brick, New Jersey 08724
732-899-0558
captdbelson@comcast.net
Kenneth J. Bruno - Accredited Marine Surveyor
Sea-Tech Marine Services
26 Kansas Road
Little Egg Harbor, New Jersey 08087
800-367-8388
brunostms@aol.com

Blair W. Bugher - Accredited Marine Surveyor
Bugher Marine Services, LLC
7 Harrison Lane
Princeton Junction, New Jersey 08550
609-275-2600
blair@bughermarine.com
Sean F. Carton - Accredited Marine Surveyor
V Star Marine Surveyors
1933 Highway 35, Suite 105-195
Wall, New Jersey 07719
732-859-3212
sean@vstarmarine.com

C. Paul Case - Accredited Marine Surveyor
Eastpointe Marine Consultants
17 Avenue D
Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey 07716
732-291-0200
paul@casemac.com
Patrick J. Dender - Accredited Marine Surveyor
Accredited Marine Technologies, LLC
100 Bridgewater's Drive
Oceanport, New Jersey 07757
732-988-5483
pdender@amtmarine.com

Peter D. Downham, Sr. - Accredited Marine Surveyor
Downham Marine Services, Inc.
300 Monmouth Avenue
Marmora, New Jersey 08223
609-390-0716
dms542@comcast.net
Robert Duane - Accredited Marine Surveyor
Bob Duane Marine Services, Inc.
819 Donna Drive
Point Pleasant, New Jersey 08742
732-295-5951
bobduane@comcast.net

Karl Forsberg - Accredited Marine Surveyor
607 Beach Boulevard
Forked River, New Jersey 08731
609-971-6593
KTForsberg@aol.com

William E. Hymans - Accredited Marine Surveyor
The Boat Doc Marine Surveys, LLC
4 Brewster Court
Pennington, New Jersey 08534
609-730-1200
billhymans@aol.com
Bob Gibble - Accredited Marine Surveyor
Robert Gibble, Inc.
69 Golf View Drive
Tuckerton, New Jersey 08087
609-294-6177
rgginc@comcast.net

A. William Gross, III - Accredited Marine Surveyor
39 Waterford/Blue Anchor Road
Blue Anchor, New Jersey 08037
609-561-5254
b-gross@comcast.net

Robert F. Johnson - Accredited Marine Surveyor
Bob Johnson Marine Services, LLC
307 Hall Avenue
Point Pleasant, New Jersey 08742
732-714-8730
bobjohnson.ams@gmail.com
Scott J. O'Donnell - Accredited Marine Surveyor
O'Donnell Marine Surveys
36 Woodrow Place
West Caldwell, New Jersey 07006
973-226-3053
surveyorscott@aol.com

Terry L. Randolph - Accredited Marine Surveyor
East Coast Marine Surveying
507 Fourth Avenue
West Cape May, New Jersey 08204
609-408-6464
terry_randolph@comcast.net

John F. Spencer - Accredited Marine Surveyor
Spencer Marine Surveys, LLC
104 Longman Street
Toms River, New Jersey 08753
732-255-4700
spencermarine@comcast.net
John H. Klose - Accredited Marine Surveyor
Bayview Associates
P.O. Box 368
Barnegat Light, New Jersey 08006
609-494-4924
jkboats@gmail.com

Jeff McDaniel - Accredited Marine Surveyor
Advanced Marine Consulting
17 Avenue D
Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey 07716
732-291-0052
jeff@casemac.com

George J. Nylund, Jr. - Accredited Marine Surveyor
Tuckerton Marine Servicenter
464 South Green Street
Tuckerton, New Jersey 08087
609-296-1820
georgeny@comcast.net

A Marine surveyor' is a Ship surveyor or "Yacht & Small Craft Surveyor" is a person who conducts inspections, surveys or examinations of marine vessels to assess, monitor and report on their condition and the products on them. Marine surveyors also inspect equipment intended for new or existing vessels to ensure compliance with various standards or specifications. Marine surveys typically include the structure, machinery and equipment (navigational, safety, radio, etc.) and general condition of a vessel. It also includes judging materials on board and their condition. Due to the fact that certifications and subsequently payments are processed only after the surveyor has expressed his or her satisfaction, a marine surveyor holds a prestigious position and is held with much regard in the shipbuilding industry. Marine Surveyors are highly qualified and technically sound and are usually selected after thorough evaluation procedures as vessels ranging from small ferries to enormous crude oil carriers and cruise liners are approved to sail into the high seas based purely on their judgement,competence and integrity. 

Marine surveying is often closely associated with marine insurance, damage and salvage, accident and fraud investigation as insurers generally lack the training and skills required to perform a detailed assessment of the condition of a vessel. While marine surveyors are sometimes employed by insurers directly they maintain a certain professional autonomy in order to provide an unbiased view. Independent marine surveyors are often employed by the clients of marine insurers to provide evidence in support of damage claims made against the insurer. Insurance companies cannot require customers to use specific marine surveyors (although they often provide a list of recommended or pre-approved marine surveyors who are known to them). 

Marine surveyors use many credentials, letters, and terms such as "accredited", "certified", "qualifed", "AMS", "CMS", etc. There are many ways to train to become a marine surveyor including taking correspondence courses, apprenticing, or simply opening a business. However, marine surveyors pursue their profession independently of required organizations, and there is currently no national or international licensing requirement for marine surveyors. The U.S. Coast Guard does not approve or certify marine surveyors. All association terms and initials represent training and certification by private organizations. 

A Cargo surveyor is normally appointed by the Cargo Owner , mostly for Bulk . Grain Cargo. His job is to perform the draft survey to determine the actual cargo loaded on board. He also confirms that the cargo loading is performed according to the law and is within the loadable limits The vessel safety is also ascertain which include momentum involves due to cargo shift which may render the vessel unsafe during the passage.



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