Marine Surveying in the United States is an unregulated industry. Anyone can call himself a marine surveyor and begin bumbling about a boat and writing a “survey”. Considering the importance a qualified survey holds to protect you, your family, and your friends from a potentially unsafe vessel, this is truly a decision where caveat emptor applies. Not to mention the enormous financial implications of purchasing a potentially unfit vessel. Regardless of the surveyor you choose, you should feel comfortable discussing all issues with him, his qualifications, and to have a clear understanding of the content and quality of the end product that you expect.
At McGoldrick Marine Surveying I represent you. No other person receives any information about a subject vessel without your authorization.
Continuing education in the field of Marine Surveying is imperative to keep up with changing construction technologies and standards. Continuing education is another fundamental tenet at McGoldrick Marine Surveying allowing me to stay one step ahead of the competition and to remain on the leading edge of survey techniques for my clients.