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A Dutch tug, surveyed in Plymouth. Note the number of measurements taken at points identified as suspect by hammer sounding. Our surveys are not random samplings, more of an analytical inspection.

“Raven,”  34 metres, built 1889 and operated ever since by Ullswater Steamers, surveyed by AEM in rather cold but very beautiful conditions (note the snow)! AEM has surveyed most of the Ullswater fleet and assisted with refit programmes and other consultancy. “Raven” and her sister ship “Lady of the Lake” were constructed by Seath’s at Rutherglen and delivered in sections by rail and horse dray for assembly beside the lake. Find out more at www.

A 50’ alloy blue water cruiser, built in St. Petersburg for delivery to Japan via the Southern Ocean. The delivery skipper (from Professional Yacht Deliveries Worldwide )  got as far as Helsinki and called in AEM due to serious perceived problems. AEM and an associate naval architect David Cox attended in Helsinki to inspect the boat and confirmed that numerous serious structural, stability and systems deficiencies existed. Construction in the East or Far East is not necessarily cheaper in the long run!

A typical Klipper drawn up for survey. This one is at Corys Barge Works, Woolwich.

An extreme fire damage claim!


Marine Surveyors/Consultants

Principal Surveyor:
Balliol Fowden FYDSA.

+44 1788 541020

+44 7831 232823

+44 1788 543517


Burleigh House,
273, Hillmorton Road,
CV22 5BH