All boat surveying and inspection for all reasons. Our surveyors strive to attend to every detail and report factually and independently.

We continue to work on improving our ability to  keep our courses current and live. This site is being remodeled and reconstructed for our students. While it is under construction and you are a student, please call 800-245-4425 for any current course updates. Thank you for you patience. Please stand by.

We are reorganizing our update page for open source learning. Member updates will now be by email only. Please make sure your email is correct on the roster page. You will no longer need to log in on the webpage to see Member News. The page has been retitled Updates and only open source materials or immediate notice to contact us will be posted. Member News Only will now be emailed directly.


August 7, 2022

MMS Surveyors, please make sure we have your correct emails. We love hearing from you. Have something to contribute to the MMS News? Please send.

July 13, 2022

Please review this pamphlet if you are thinking of becoming a marine surveyor:

July 13, 2022


June 6, 2022

Summer and Storm Season is here.  Navtech is here to help.

Hurricane, Tornado, Torrential Rain season is here. Offer your services to help secure boats. 
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May 22, 2022

National Safe Boating Week (May 21-27, 2022) kicks off this weekend reminding all boaters to brush up on boating safety skills and prepare for the boating season. This observance week is the annual kickoff of the Safe Boating Campaign, a global awareness effort that encourages boaters to make the most of their boating adventure by being responsible.

April 19, 2022

Marine Surveyors and Marina
New Course Available Online With Hard Copy Immediately!
Call 800-245-4425
MMS or Student $95. All Others $195.

Boaters need services and accommodations. Marinas and boatyards fulfill this need. Boaters rely on clean waters for maximum enjoyment transit, swimming, fishing, and viewing natural resources.

A marine surveyor has the potential to be an important resource consultant for new boat owners whether they have purchased a new, refitted, or used boat. A marine surveyor has a duty and responsibility to be independent yet well trained to advocate/consultant for the safety of all.

Marina operators are the gatekeepers to the waters, and as such have a responsibility to minimize risk, danger and contaminants so that the waters remain clean for their customers. Increasingly, with the surge in boat ownership, marina operators are asking boat owners for proof of insurance at limits the marina has set. Even a well-run marina is not without risk to boat owners and a well-educated boater, even one who continually self-educates, is not without risk to the marina.

This course is intended solely as a guide to assist the marine surveyor in vessel inspection. It is not intended to be legal advice. It is a guide for marine surveyors as they promote safety, boat condition for recreational boaters and marketing as they protect key components of successful social
boat keeping. It is also intended to highlight what encompasses the business of marinas and some of the issues and conflicts that marina operators face.

April 19, 2022

We love to answer tough questions...give us a call 800-245-4425.

April 2, 2022


March 15, 2022

Do you have your NavtechUSSA BoatTote? Call to find out how to get one.

March 15, 2022

General Information

March 3, 2022

Why Boaters Buy the Boats They Do

February 25, 2022

This is why we take Title 46 inspection process seriously.