SAMPLE Pre-Purchase Survey for Sailing Yacht in Greece (I.Y.S.A.)

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Prepared for X Client Client Address 1 Client Address 2 Client Email Date Survey Completed Day, Month, Year


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Table of Contents 1

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Introduction .......................................................................................................... 4 1.1 Overview ................................................................................................................... 4 1.2 Scope of Survey and General Limitations of Survey .................................................... 4 Executive Summary ............................................................................................... 5 General Description ................................................................................................... 5 Persons Attending the Survey .................................................................................... 5 Dimensions................................................................................................................ 5 Tank Capacity and Arrangements............................................................................... 6

2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4

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Certificates and Documents................................................................................... 6 3.1 Certificates Provided.................................................................................................. 6

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The Survey ............................................................................................................ 7 4.1 Hull Exterior............................................................................................................... 7 4.1.1 Material and Construction Details..............................................................................7 4.1.2 General Appearance...................................................................................................7 4.1.3 Hull Below the Waterline ...........................................................................................7 4.1.4 Hammer Testing and Measurements of Hull below the Waterline ...........................7 4.1.5 Keel .............................................................................................................................7 4.1.6 Rudder & Steering ......................................................................................................7 4.1.7 Photos of Hull Exterior................................................................................................8 4.1.8 Grading of Hull Exterior ..............................................................................................9 4.2 Hull Internal Structure ..............................................................................................10 4.2.1 General Appearance.................................................................................................10 4.2.2 Hull Internal Molding Structure................................................................................10 4.2.3 Mast Vertical Pipe Stiffener and Base ......................................................................10 4.2.4 Transverse Bulkheads...............................................................................................10 4.2.5 Longitudinal Girder of Engine Base ..........................................................................10 4.2.6 Keel Bolts ..................................................................................................................10 4.2.7 Photos of Hull Internal Structure..............................................................................11 4.2.8 Grading of Hull Interior Elements.............................................................................19 4.3 Deck and External Fittings.........................................................................................20 4.3.1 Deck Molding and Covering......................................................................................20 4.3.2 Chain Locker Area.....................................................................................................20 4.3.3 Forward and Aft Pulpits............................................................................................20 4.3.4 Stanchions, Guard Rails, and Base............................................................................20 4.3.5 Hatches, Ports, Windows and Ventilation................................................................20 4.3.6 Deck Fittings and Equipment (cleats, fairleads, etc.) ...............................................20 4.3.7 Cockpit ......................................................................................................................20 4.3.8 Gangplank and Boarding / Swimming Ladder ..........................................................21 4.3.9 Biminis and Dinghy ...................................................................................................21 4.3.10 Photos of Deck and External Fittings........................................................................22 4.3.11 Grading for Deck Fixtures and Fittings .....................................................................32 4.4 Rigging and Sails .......................................................................................................33 4.4.1 Mast and Associated Rigging....................................................................................33 4.4.2 Boom and Associated Rigging...................................................................................33 4.4.3 Shrouds & Chain Plates.............................................................................................33 4.4.4 Forestay & Backstay & Chain Plates .........................................................................33 4.4.5 Jib Furling Mechanism ..............................................................................................33

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Sailing Yacht “SAMPLE” I.Y.S.A. Pre‐Purchase Survey Report 4.4.6 Winches, Stoppers, Travelers, Cars, Blocks etc. .......................................................34 4.4.7 Sails ...........................................................................................................................34 4.4.8 Photos of Rigging and Sails .......................................................................................35 4.4.9 Grading of Rigging and Sails .....................................................................................45 4.5 Propulsion ................................................................................................................46 4.5.1 Engine & Transmission .............................................................................................46 4.5.2 Stern Gear.................................................................................................................48 4.5.3 Steering.....................................................................................................................48 4.5.4 Photos of Propulsion System....................................................................................49 4.5.5 Grading of Propulsion...............................................................................................53 4.6 Systems and Services ................................................................................................54 4.6.1 Anchor ......................................................................................................................54 4.6.2 Anchor Windlass.......................................................................................................54 4.6.3 Tanks.........................................................................................................................54 4.6.4 Fresh Water System..................................................................................................54 4.6.5 Heads ........................................................................................................................55 4.6.6 Galley ........................................................................................................................55 4.6.7 Electrical System.......................................................................................................55 4.6.8 Navigation Lights ......................................................................................................55 4.6.9 Navigation Equipment ..............................................................................................56 4.6.10 Photos of Systems and Services ...............................................................................57 4.6.11 Grading of Systems and Services..............................................................................68 4.7 Accommodation Area ...............................................................................................69 4.7.1 General Appearance.................................................................................................69 4.7.2 Photos of Accommodation Area ..............................................................................70 4.7.3 Grading of Accommodation Area .............................................................................80 4.8 Safety Equipment .....................................................................................................81 4.8.1 Second Anchor..........................................................................................................81 4.8.2 Bailing / Bilge Pumping.............................................................................................81 4.8.3 Detection Equipment................................................................................................81 4.8.4 Fire Fighting Equipment ...........................................................................................81 4.8.5 First Aid Kit................................................................................................................81 4.8.6 Lifejackets .................................................................................................................81 4.8.7 Life Raft.....................................................................................................................81 4.8.8 Man Overboard Recovery Equipment......................................................................81 4.8.9 Pyrotechnics / Flares ................................................................................................81 4.8.10 Photos of Safety Equipment .....................................................................................82 4.8.11 Grading of Safety Equipment ...................................................................................84 5

Boat Certifications and Licenses .......................................................................... 85

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General Photos.................................................................................................... 88

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Overall Survey Score ........................................................................................... 90

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Overall Decision Matrix ....................................................................................... 91

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1 Introduction 1.1 Overview The primary purpose of this report is to provide factual information about the condition of Motor Sailing Yacht “X” (“the Vessel”) at the time of the survey. The Vessel was inspected on Month, Day, Year. The survey occurred while the vessel was docked at X Port, while the vessel was underway (“Sea Trial”). An additional visual inspection took place from under water while the vessel was at anchor. The survey was conducted by I.Y.S.A. Surveyor X, Principal Surveyor and Naval Architect, with assistance from I.Y.S.A. Surveyor Y.

1.2 Scope of Survey and General Limitations of Survey The survey is a Pre‐Purchase Survey. The purpose of the survey is to establish the structural and the general condition of the Vessel. The survey was undertaken according to instructions given by the Client, in order to support his contemplated acquisition of the Vessel. The Client stated that s/he intended to purchase the Vessel for seasonal use as a cabin charter boat. The Client stated s/he intends to own the Vessel for a period of 12 to 15 years. This report is intended to be used by the named client in the normal manner concerning this type of survey performed. The report should not be relied upon for any other purpose by any other party and no liability is undertaken to such party. The report concerns the condition of the Vessel at the time of the survey and the future condition of the yacht cannot be anticipated. Where reference is made to condition, in all cases this must be considered in relation to the age of the vessel (for example, “good” condition should not be taken to mean “new” condition). General periodic servicing requirements are not mentioned in this report. Unless an item was specifically commented upon, it should be assumed that the item was not inspected. It is always recommended to have any machinery inspected and serviced by a specialist engineer.

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2 Executive Summary 2.1 General Description CATEGORY Name of the Vessel Type Model Build Date Material Port and Registration Number Built by Architects Engine Manufacturer, Model Type, Capacity Cruising Speed Electricity Generation Sails Passengers protocol / berths Cabins and W.C.'s

INFORMATION “SAMPLE” Motor Sailing Yacht X X X X X X X X knots X X X X

2.2 Persons Attending the Survey The survey was attended by principal I.Y.S.A Surveyor X and assisted by I.Y.S.A Surveyor Y. The potential buyer, the Client was assisted by an associate. The seller was also present.

2.3 Dimensions DIMENSIONS & CAPACITY Length over all Hull over all length Length waterline Maximum beam Ligth draft Ballast Ligth displacement Sailing Area on the wind (furling)

Metric X m X m X m X m X m X kg X kg X sq meters

English X’X” X’X” X’X” X” X’X” X lbs X lbs X sq feet

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2.4 Tank Capacity and Arrangements Tanks

Purpose Fresh Water Storage

Material

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Diesel storage

YNOX

CL Aft

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Fresh water heating

Plastic

Port Aft

2

YNOX

Position Midship P&S

Capacity per tank

Total Capacity

xxx L

xxx L

xxx L

xxx L

xxx L

xxx L

3 Certificates and Documents 3.1 Certificates Provided The following documents were provided on‐board: DOCUMENT NAME X X

Issued by X Authority Y Authority

Year Issued 2017 2017

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4 The Survey 4.1 Hull Exterior 4.1.1 Material and Construction Details • G.R.P. • Solid glass reinforced polyester hull with end‐grain balsa sandwich above the waterline • Cast‐iron keel, epoxy painted, held by steel bolts on interior counter‐plates • Reinforcement of the whole by floor plates • Hanging rudder, stainless steel bi‐concial ruddershaft, step‐bearing with nylon ring 4.1.2 General Appearance The hull was observed from afar as well as through an underwater inspection. A comprehensive inspection of the hull was not possible as the Vessel was not dry‐ docked at the time of the survey. 4.1.3 Hull Below the Waterline The hull below the waterline was observed through an underwater visual inspection. RECOMMENDATION: The hull was generally in good condition however the through‐ hull openings and instruments including the speedometer and depth sounder were crusted with marine growth (barnacles, etc) and should be cleaned. The anode was in good condition. 4.1.4 Hammer Testing and Measurements of Hull below the Waterline At the time of the survey, the Vessel was in the water. Therefore, no hammer testing occurred. The Vessel would need to be dry‐docked in order for such testing to occur. 4.1.5 Keel The keel was observed to be in good condition. 4.1.6 Rudder & Steering RECOMMENDATION: The rudder was damaged (approximately 300mm) in the lower aft corner and should be repaired.

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4.1.7 Photos of Hull Exterior

Photo No.1

Description GENERAL VIEW OF THE VESSEL, PORT SIDE Photo No.2 Description: GENERAL VIEW OF THE VESSEL, AFT Photo No.3 Description: GENERAL VIEW OF THE VESSEL INCLUDING STANDING RIGGING

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4.1.8 Grading of Hull Exterior GRADING CODE DESCRIPTION 9‐Excellent, 8‐Very Good, 7‐Good, 6‐Fair, 5‐Satisfactory, 4‐Serviceable, 3‐Poor, 2‐Very Poor, 1‐Unsatisfactory, 0‐Unexamined, X‐Not On This Vessel Hull Below the Waterline (note: underwater inspection; only visual) Keel (note: underwater inspection; only visual) Rudder and Steering (note: underwater inspection; only visual) Recommendation: None Minimal Intermediate Repair required Y Upgrade required Y

GRADING 7 7 4 Considerable

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4.2 Hull Internal Structure 4.2.1 General Appearance In general, the hull’s internal structure is of good condition. RECOMMENDATION: However, the coating of the hull’s internal structure was of poor condition in some places and should be repaired. 4.2.2 Hull Internal Molding Structure No significant structural issues were observed in the stiffeners of the hull. RECOMMENDATION: The aft, side‐area of the bulkhead of the forward cabin is slightly damaged and should be repaired. 4.2.3 Mast Vertical Pipe Stiffener and Base Generally, the pipe stiffener is in good condition. RECOMMENDATION: The base should be cleaned and the coating repaired. 4.2.4 Transverse Bulkheads The transverse bulkheads were in good condition. 4.2.5 Longitudinal Girder of Engine Base The girder was in good condition. 4.2.6 Keel Bolts The condition of the keel bolts was not observable because the bolts are covered with material. However, no cracks or damage was discovered near the bolts.

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4.2.7 Photos of Hull Internal Structure

Photo No.4

SIDE SHELL

Peeling

TR. BHD

Peeling

Description FWD CABIN – AFT PORT SIDE WOOD BHD Condition: Damage at connection of transverse bulkhead between side shell area Photo No.5 Description: FWD CABIN – AFT STBD SIDE WOOD BHD Condition: Damage at connection of transverse bulkhead between side shell area Photo No.6 Description: FWD CABIN – BOTTOM AREA Condition: Good

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I.Y.S.A. Pre‐Purchase Survey Report Photo No.7 Description: FWD CABIN – BOTTOM AREA Condition: Good Photo No.8 Description: MAST VERTICAL PIPE STIFFENER AND TRANSVERSE STIFFENER Condition: Good. Only the base plate should be cleaned and painted Photo No.9 Description: FWD AREA OF MAST VERTICAL Condition: Good. The area surrounding the sounding instrument and speedometer should be repaired

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I.Y.S.A. Pre‐Purchase Survey Report Photo No.10 Description AREA AFT OF MAST VERTICAL Condition: Good. Photo No.11 Description: MID‐SHIP AREA BELOW FLOOR BETWEEN TWO TRANSVERSE FRAMES Condition: Good. Photo No.12 Description: MID‐SHIP AREA (PORT SIDE) BELOW FLOOR BETWEEN TWO TRANSVERSE FRAMES Condition: Poor coating condition.

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I.Y.S.A. Pre‐Purchase Survey Report Photo No.13 Description: MID‐SHIP AREA (STBD SIDE) BELOW FLOOR BETWEEN TWO TRANSVERSE FRAMES Condition: Poor coating condition. Photo No.14 Description: STBD SIDE, FORWARD OF AFT CABIN ENTRANCE Condition: Poor coating condition. Photo No.15 Description: PORT SIDE, FORWARD OF AFT CABIN ENTRANCE Condition: Poor coating condition.

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Photo No.16

Description CENTER FWD ENG. AREA BTW 2 LONG. GIRDERS Condition: Poor coating condition. Photo No.17 Description: FWD BOTTOM AREA OF AFT STBD CABIN Condition: Peating on bottom. Photo No.18 Description: AFT BOTTOM AREA OF AFT STBD CABIN Condition: Coating condition poor in STBD area.

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Photo No.19

Description TOP OF WOODEN SPACE IN THE AFT PORT CABIN Condition: A hole was created in order to drain water from the aft center area of the engine. This was done in order to drain water that accumulates from the aft deck area above.

Photo No.20

Description: AFT BOTTOM AREA OF AFT PORT CABIN Condition: Coating condition poor in port area.

Photo No.21

Description: AFT SIDE SHELL AREA OF AFT PORT CABIN Condition: Good.

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I.Y.S.A. Pre‐Purchase Survey Report Photo No.22 Description CENTER AFT ENGINE AREA Condition: Poor coating condition. Evidence of diesel oil and water.

Photo No.23

Description CENTER AFT ENGINE AREA Condition: Poor coating condition. Evidence of water. Photo No.24 Description CENTER AFT ENGINE AREA Condition: Poor coating condition. Evidence of diesel oil and water.

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I.Y.S.A. Pre‐Purchase Survey Report Photo No.25 Description: AFT STBD LOCKER Condition: Fair coating condition

Photo No.26

Description: AFT STBD LOCKER Condition: Fair coating condition

Photo No.27

Damage

Description: AFT PORT LOCKER BOTTOM AREA Condition: 1M transverse damage (the owner did not allow the surveyor to remove the elastic cover). The surveyor was told that if the elastic covering were to be removed, water could enter. It is therefore very important to check this area when the Vessel is dry‐docked. The yellow line shows the extent of the damage.

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4.2.8 Grading of Hull Interior Elements GRADING CODE DESCRIPTION 9‐Excellent, 8‐Very Good, 7‐Good, 6‐Fair, 5‐Satisfactory, GRADING 4‐Serviceable, 3‐Poor, 2‐Very Poor, 1‐Unsatisfactory, 0‐Unexamined, X‐Not On This Vessel General Appearance 6 Hull Internal Molding Structure 5 Mast Vertical Pipe Stiffener and Base 6 Transverse Bulkheads (TR. BHD) 7 Longitudinal Girder of Engine Base 7 Keel bolts 0 – NO ACCESS Recommendation: None Minimal Intermediate Considerable Repair required Y Upgrade required Y

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4.3 Deck and External Fittings 4.3.1 Deck Molding and Covering In general the deck is in fair condition. Only the cockpit area is covered in teak. The condition of the teak and the caulking is in extremely poor condition. In some places, water leaks through the teak‐work into the accommodation below. RECOMMENDATION: All the teak must be replaced. 4.3.2 Chain Locker Area In the chain locker area, there is evidence of newer, black‐colored material being placed over top of old material. RECOMMENDATION: The base of the anchor windlass is damaged and should be repaired (as explained in greater detail in picture captions below). 4.3.3 Forward and Aft Pulpits The forward pulpit is not securely affixed to the deck. RECOMMENDATION: While the condition of the pulpit itself is fair, all the screws must be replaced. RECOMMENDATION: One of the key supports of the aft pulpit on the starboard side is damaged and should be repaired. 4.3.4 Stanchions, Guard Rails, and Base Stanchions, guard rails, and toe‐rail / base was observed to be in fair. Rust was observed at some juncture points. More detail is available in photographs below. 4.3.5 Hatches, Ports, Windows and Ventilation Hatches, ports, windows and ventilation was seen to be in fair. However, significant leaking was observed inside several cabins. RECOMMENDATION: Sealant should be repaired. 4.3.6 Deck Fittings and Equipment (cleats, fairleads, etc.) RECOMMENDATION: Many of the blocks at the base of the mast are badly damaged and should be replaced. RECOMMENDATION: Both the starboard and port side fairleads are not securely attached to the hull and should be repaired. Both the port and starboard side genoa cars and tracks are in good condition. Additional detail can be found in the photographs below 4.3.7 Cockpit RECOMMENDATION: The connection points that support the wings of the collapsible table are broken and should be repaired. In addition, cover of the locker in the center of the table is cracked and should be repaired. As mentioned above, the teak in the cockpit area and the caulking is badly damaged and very thin in some places and should be replaced.

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Sailing Yacht “SAMPLE” I.Y.S.A. Pre‐Purchase Survey Report RECOMMENDATION: The doors to the companionway are in poor condition and should be replaced. 4.3.8 Gangplank and Boarding / Swimming Ladder The Vessel is equipped with both a boarding / swimming ladder as well as a gangplank on the stern of the boat. Both are in good condition. 4.3.9 Biminis and Dinghy Aft biminis is in good condition however the coverage it provides is too narrow and it does not extend far enough aft to provide shelter to someone sitting at the helm RECOMMENDATION: There currently is no spray‐hood. One should be installed. RECOMMENDATION: The dinghy is of poor quality and cannot be used in its current state. We recommend replacing with a new dinghy.

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4.3.10 Photos of Deck and External Fittings

Photo No.28

Description OVERVIEW OF DECK: (L) FACING AFT (R) FACING FWD Condition: Fair. Some damage to the deck observed.

Photo No.29

Description: JUNCTION OF HULL AND DECK (TOE RAIL); GRABRAIL, GUARDRAIL AND STANCHIONS Condition: Toe rail is generally poorly attached to the deck. Most stanchions are wobbly (improperly screwed). Photo No.30

Description: EXAMPLE OF DECK MOULDING (STBD SIDE); STBD GRABRAIL. Condition: Damage and cracks in gel coat observed. Grabrail in fair condition. 22


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I.Y.S.A. Pre‐Purchase Survey Report Photo No.31 Description DECK COVERING MIDSHIP Condition: Fair. Cracks observed throughout the deck.

Photo No.32

Description: FWD CHAIN LOCKER COVERING Condition: Poor. Rust observed at hinges. Difficult to open. Photo No.33 Description: FWD PORT BOW PULPIT Condition: Fair. Rust was observed at juncture points. The entire bow pulpit was shaky. Recommend re‐fastening the bow pulpit.

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Photo No.34

Description: AFT PORT JUNCTURE OF HULL AND DECK; TOE RAIL; Condition: Fair. Must be securely re‐attached and the bolts and fasteners should be cleaned.

Photo No.35

Description: LIFELINE AND STANCHIONS Condition: Fair. Lifeline showed points of weakness and rust. Photo No.36 Description: MIDSHIP PORT STANCHION JUNCTURE W/ DECK Condition: Poor. The stanchion wobbles because it is not affixed properly to the toe rail and deck.

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Photo No.37

Description BOLT; TOE RAIL AND STANCHION BASE Condition: Poor. Missing washer (causes instability) Photo No.38 Description: FWD CABIN HATCH Goiot. Condition: Fair.

Photo No.39

Description: FWD PORT HATCHES Condition: Fair. However, significant leaking was observed inside several cabins. Sealant should be replaced.

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Photo No.40

Description PORT VENTILATION TO AFT PORT CABIN Condition: Good.

Photo No.41

Description: FWD STBD CLEAT Condition: Good condition. Surface condition is fair. Photo No.42 Description: STBD FAIRLEAD Condition: Fair. Fairleads on both port and stbd sides must be repaired and securely attached to the deck. Both were observed to be wobbly.

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Photo No.43

Description OVERVIEW OF COCKPIT AREA, STERN

Photo No.44

Description: TEAK WORK ON STBD COCKPIT BENCH Condition: Extremely poor. Thinning teak as a result of poor maintenance practices. Photo No.45 Description: PEELING SEALANT ON AFT AREA OF COCKPIT Condition: Extremely poor.

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Photo No.46

Description AFT PORTION OF COCKPIT AND LADDER Condition: Photo No.47 Description: COCKPIT TABLE Condition: Poor.

Photo No.48

Description: INTERIOR OF COCKPIT TABLE (L) BASE OF TABLE (R) Condition: The overall structure of the table is in good condition, however the wooden top of the table is cracked and in poor condition. In addition, the sealant is damaged.

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Photo No.49

Description STBD TRANSOM PROTECTOR Condition: When the transom / stern bumper was lifted up, no damage to the transom was evident. Bumper is in good condition. Photo No.50 Description: AFT PORT EXTERNAL SHOWER Condition: (L) Poor condition of fixture; rust observed. (R) Poor water pressure in the aft shower.

Photo No.51

Description: AFT BOARDING LADDER Condition: Fair. Some damage observed on lower rung.

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Photo No.52

Description INTERIOR CONDITION OF PORT COCKPIT LOCKER Condition: Structural condition is good. Coating quality is poor.

Photo No.53

Description: COVER OF STBD AFT LOCKER Condition: Structural condition is good. Sealant quality is poor.

Photo No.54

Description INTERIOR CONDITION OF STBD COCKPIT LOCKER Condition: Structural condition is good. Coating quality is poor.

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Photo No.55

Description DINGHY Condition: Extremely poor (not useable).

Photo No.56

Description: OUTBOARD MOTOR (AFFIXED TO PORT PULPIT) SUZUKI FOUR STROKE Condition: Condition was not tested during survey. Visual inspection revealed a good condition.

Photo No.57

Description: ONE OF SEVERAL FENDERS ANCHOR MARINE BRAND, 60CM DIAMETER Condition: Good condition. However, for a boat of this size we would generally recommend larger fenders.

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4.3.11 Grading for Deck Fixtures and Fittings GRADING CODE DESCRIPTION 9‐Excellent, 8‐Very Good, 7‐Good, 6‐Fair, 5‐Satisfactory, 4‐Serviceable, 3‐Poor, 2‐Very Poor, 1‐Unsatisfactory, 0‐Unexamined, X‐Not On This Vessel Deck Molding and Covering Chain Locker Area Forward and Aft Pulpits Stanchions, Guard Rails, and Base Hatches, Ports, Windows and Ventilation Deck Fittings and Equipment (cleats, fairleads, etc.) Cockpit Gangplank and Boarding / Swimming Ladder Biminis Dinghy Recommendation: None Minimal Intermediate Repair required Y Upgrade required Y

GRADING 6 5 6 4 4 4 3 7 7 2 Considerable

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4.4 Rigging and Sails 4.4.1 Mast and Associated Rigging The Vessel is equipped with a masthead rig with forestay, backstay, cap shrouds, lowers, single backstay and removable inner stay. The mast was examined by a visual inspection made while standing on the deck as well as by ascending the mast The mast includes an in‐mast roller furler for the main sail Currently the mast is not calibrated. RECOMMENDATION: The mast should be calibrated by adjusting the spreaders as well as the shrouds. RECOMMENDATION: The spreaders at the middle and at the top of the mast should be fastened securely to the mast. Currently there is a gap between the spreader and the mast. 4.4.2 Boom and Associated Rigging The Vessel is equipped with a Sparcraft boom. The boom sheaves are all intact and in good condition (no UV deterioration was observed). RECOMMENDATION: The gas‐filled strut is currently not functional and should be repaired. In addition, the boom vang rope is frayed and should be repaired. RECOMMENDATION: The safety stopper for the outhaul is currently not at the appropriate position. RECOMMENDATION: The gooseneck is damaged with buckling observed on the lower part of the gooseneck. This should be replaced as it is not acceptably secure. 4.4.3 Shrouds & Chain Plates Shroud chainplates are in good condition throughout the Vessel. Swage terminals are straight and properly formed without cracks. No significant corrosion was observed at entry to swage terminals. 4.4.4 Forestay & Backstay & Chain Plates The Vessel is equipped with both a forestay and a backstay Both are in good condition Both are affixed well to their respective chain plates. The chain plates are in good conditions. RECOMMENDATION: calibration should be made to ensure optimal rig performance 4.4.5 Jib Furling Mechanism The jib furling mechanism and drum were observed to be in good condition. Some black electrical tape was observed to be in place at the top of the drum and should be examined. 33


Sailing Yacht “SAMPLE” I.Y.S.A. Pre‐Purchase Survey Report Roller forestay fork is not twisted and was seen to be in good condition. 4.4.6 Winches, Stoppers, Travelers, Cars, Blocks etc. The Vessel is equipped with four winches in the forward portion of the cockpit. The two forward winches are for the main sheet and associated ropes while the two winches further aft are reserved for the Genoa There are two sets of stoppers, 5 individual jammers on port and 5 individual jammers on starboard The traveler was in good condition 4.4.7 Sails The Vessel is equipped with one furling Genoa and one furling Main Sail. Both are Doyle Oleu‐Segel brand. Both sails are of an unknown age although the buyer indicated that the sails were from 2012. The Main Sail seems to be too small for the Vessel and is most likely not of an appropriate design. RECOMMENDATION: Both the Genoa and Main Sail showed signs of age‐related wear and damage and should be replaced. On the foot of the Main Sail there was evidence of an attempted repair made with a “doubler” material to prevent the damage from increasing. The seller indicated that there was another set of sails onboard however it was not tested.

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4.4.8 Photos of Rigging and Sails

Photo No.58

Description VIEW FROM PORT SIDE OF MAST, SHROUDS GENOA AND MAIN SAIL WHILE UNDER SAIL Condition: Generally speaking, the rig and sails are operable.

Photo No.59

Description: (L) VIEW OF MAST LOOKING AFT (R) VIEW OF MAST FROM PORT LOOKING UP Condition: An inspection of the mast was conducted by scaling the mast. The mast should be calibrated.

Photo No.60

Description: (L) IN‐MAST MAIN SAIL FURLING MECHANISM (R) MAIN SAIL FULLY FURLED INSIDE MAST Condition: Fair condition.

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Photo No.61

Description IN‐MAST FURLER (L & R) ATTACHMENT OF FOOT OF SAIL TO MAST Condition: Poor. The cover of the mast (R) is detaching from the mast.

Photo No.62

Description: FWD AREA OF THE BASE OF THE MAST Condition: Good. Poor condition of the surface of the base.

Photo No.63

Description: MIDMAST JUNCTURE OF MAST AND FORESTAY Condition: Good.

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Gap

I.Y.S.A. Pre‐Purchase Survey Report Photo No.64 Description JUNCTURE OF SPREADERS WITH MAST Condition: Poor. Gaps were observed between the mast and the spreaders. This should be repaired so that it is symmetrical.

Photo No.65

Description: THE EDGE OF THE STBD SPREADER Condition: Good.

Photo No.66

Description: THE EDGE OF THE PORT SPREADER Condition: Good.

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Photo No.67

Description JUNCTURE OF BOOM WITH MAST Condition: Poor. Gooseneck is damaged and buckling.

Photo No.68

Description: GOOSENECK Condition: Damage was observed to the lower portion of the flange. This should be repaired.

Photo No.69

Description: BOOM AND SHEAVE; OUTHAUL SYSTEM (L) AS VIEWED FROM PORT SIDE (R) AS VIEWED FROM AFT LOOKING FWD Condition: Good.

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Photo No.70

Description (L) JUNCTURE OF BOOM VANG AND MAST (R) SHACKLE ATTACHING BOOM VANG BLOCK TO BOOM Condition: Fair. Some rust observed on shackle. Photo No.71 Description: KICKER OR VANG Condition: Poor. The gas‐filled strut was broken.

Photo No.72

Description: HEADFOIL Condition: Good.

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Photo No.73

Description (L) PORT SIDE BACKSTAY PLATE (R) STBD SIDE BACKSTAY PLATE Condition: Good.

Photo No.74

Description: VIEW OF MAST AND SPREADERS (LOOKING AFT) Condition: Good. Photo No.75 Description: (L) PORT MIDSHIP SHROUD CHAIN PLATE (R) STBD MIDSHIP SHROUD CHAIN PLATE Condition: Good.

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Photo No.76

Description ROLLER FURLING DRUM Condition: Good. Electrical tape used to secure drum to headfoil. Photo No.77 Description: (L) BLOCK OF ADJUSTABLE GENOA CAR (C) GENOA CAR (R) GENOA CAR STOPPER Condition: Good. Photo No.78 Description: (R) STBD WENCH AND ROPE JAMMERS (L) PORT ROPE JAMMERS Condition: Good.

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Photo No.79

Description DETAIL OF RIGGING Condition:

Photo No.80

Fraying

Description: (L) OVERVIEW OF BLOCKS AT BASE OF MAST (R) DAMAGE TO MAIN SHEET Condition: Damage was observed on area of main sheet that was accessible to the surveyor.

Photo No.81

Description: DETAIL OF BLOCKS ON BASE OF MAST; STBD SIDE Condition: Fair. Some rust observed on the blocks.

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Photo No.82

Description BLOCKS AT BASE OF MAST Condition: Many blocks are damaged and should be repaired. Red arrows indicate location of damage. Photo No.83 Description: (L and R) TACK AND FOOT OF MAIN SAIL Condition: Fair. Photo No.84 Description: (L) MAIN SAIL WHILE UNFURLED AND UNDER SAIL (R) DETAIL OF CLEW OF MAIN SAIL Condition: Fair. Main sail is damaged in some places.

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Photo No.85

Description FOOT OF MAIN SAIL AS SEEN FROM PORT SIDE Condition: Poor. Photo No.86 Description: DETAIL OF REPAIRED, TORN FOOT OF MAIN SAIL Condition: Poor. Photo No.87 Description: GENOA WHILE UNDER SAIL (L) AS SEEN FROM STBD SIDE (R) AS SEEN FROM PORT SIDE LOOKING UP Condition: Fair.

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4.4.9 Grading of Rigging and Sails GRADING CODE DESCRIPTION 9‐Excellent, 8‐Very Good, 7‐Good, 6‐Fair, 5‐Satisfactory, 4‐Serviceable, 3‐Poor, 2‐Very Poor, 1‐Unsatisfactory, 0‐Unexamined, X‐Not On This Vessel Mast and Associated Rigging Boom and Associated Rigging Shrouds and Shroud Chain Plates Forestay & Backstay Chain Plates Jib Furling Mechanism Winches, Stoppers, Travelers, Cars, Blocks etc. Sails Recommendation: None Minimal Intermediate Repair required Y Upgrade required Y

GRADING 7 5 7 7 7 6 4 Considerable

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4.5 Propulsion 4.5.1 Engine & Transmission Engine details • The marine diesel engine is a YANMAR 4JH4‐THE Series, 4‐stroke, vertical, water‐ cooled diesel engine. • The maximum output at crankshaft is 80.9kW@3200 (110mhp@3200 rpm). The ‘cruising speed’ occurs at 2,200 rpm. • The combustion system is by direct injection and aspiration is turbocharged with intercooler. • The cooling system is fresh water cooling by centrifugal water pump and rubber impeller sea water pump • The lubrication system is an enclosed, forced lubricating system • The direction of the rotation is clockwise • Normal oil pressure ranges from a minimum of 41 psi (2.82 bar) to a maximum of 78psi (5.37 bar) • Normal coolant operating temperature of 76 to 90 degrees Celsius Sea Trial observations A sea trial was conducted on November 8 XXX near the Southern coast of XXX Island. The wind was South Westerly at a range of five to ten knots. Sea conditions were mild with no significant waves or current observed. During the sea trial, the engine’s overall performance was tested. The engine and engine compartment was visually inspected an the alarms were tested. A test was conducted to compare the engine’s rpm to boat speed by engaging the single‐ lever remote control handle at various positions. Engine temperature and engine oil pressure levels were also noted throughout the test. At the beginning of the test, the engine was placed into neutral and the tachometer displayed a reading of 800 rpm. In this setting, vibration was observed. RECOMMENDATION: additional testing required to determine the cause of the vibration at this rpm level. The following relationship between the engine’s displayed rpm and boat speed was observed: RPM Boat Speed (knots) 1,200 3.6 1,500 4.9 1,700 5.3 2,000 6.3 2,200 7.0 (78 degrees Celsius; 3.0 bar engine oil pressure); “Cruising Speed” 2,500 7.8 3,400 8.9 (82 degrees Celsius; 3.2 bar engine oil pressure) The green highlighting denotes an acceptable range of rpm and engine performance.

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Sailing Yacht “SAMPLE” I.Y.S.A. Pre‐Purchase Survey Report Hourmeter The engine’s hourmeter read 6,749 hours of operation. Single‐Lever Remote Control Handle The engine is controlled with a Single‐Lever Remote Control Handle. All positions of the handle were tested during the sea trial and were found to be in working condition. Engine Oil / Lubrication The level of the oil in the engine was checked using the re‐insertable dipstick and was observed to be at the appropriate level. However, there was evidence of oil stains in the engine bilge area. No active leaks of engine oil were observed. It should be noted that an oil analysis was not conducted. This will be done in the second phase of the survey when the boat is dry‐docked. Engine Coolant Reservoir At the time of the survey, the level of engine coolant in the reservoir was below the “Low” level. RECOMMENDATION: This is because the reservoir has been improperly mounted and should be lowered. The seller explained that the level of engine coolant was low because if it exceeded the “Low” level, some of the coolant could exceed the level of the coolant tank. When the Filler Cap Tab of the engine was opened, the coolant level was low. Fuel Filter Fuel filter was observed to be clean and in good condition. Water Separator The water separator was observed to be in good condition Sea Water Pump The sea water pump was observed to be in good condition. Alternator, Belts, and Batteries The alternator was observed to be in good condition. There are three batteries (one for engine and two for domestic). The seller stated that the batteries were installed six months ago. The batteries are type E‐NEX Dual Purpose, model DC31MF. Fuel‐Level Indicator RECOMMENDATION: The fuel level indicator was not functional at the time of the survey and should be repaired. Engine Mount Engine mount was seen to be in good condition. Engine Electrical System Alarm and indicators was seen to be in good condition. 47


Sailing Yacht “SAMPLE” I.Y.S.A. Pre‐Purchase Survey Report Exhaust Smoke and Water Discharge The smoke exiting from the engine was seen to be of normal color. The sea water exiting from the sea water outlet pipe was unremarkable. Engine Maintenance History We were not provided with an engine maintenance history or documentation regarding any previous problems. General Comments The engine is in good condition and is of 2014 vintage. 4.5.2 Stern Gear The stern gear was observed by the surveyor and was found to be in good condition. 4.5.3 Steering Above deck: The wheel appeared to be in good condition as well as the pedestal. Below deck: The steering wire and cable were observed to be in good condition however some mild corrosion was observed on the radial drive. Autopilot: There is an autopilot instrument connected to the steering system. Generally, all the steering system below the deck (in particular in the aft lockers) was tangled and confused. RECOMMENDATION: This could make the system more prone to damage and should be repaired.

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4.5.4 Photos of Propulsion System

Photo No.88

Description YANMAR ENGINE INFORMATION Condition: N/A

Photo No.89

Description: YANMAR ENGINE INFORMATION RCD‐4JH4TX1 Condition: N/A

Photo No.90

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I.Y.S.A. Pre‐Purchase Survey Report Photo No.91 Description ENGINE BILGE BUMP Condition: Good.

Photo No.92

Description: (L) WATER SEPARATOR (PARKER RACOR BRAND) (R) SEAWATER INTAKE FILTER Condition: Both in good condition. However, both should be cleaned to remove debris and dirt. Photo No.93 Description: ENGINE COOLANT RESERVOIR Condition: Good condition. However, it is mounted improperly and must be lowered.

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I.Y.S.A. Pre‐Purchase Survey Report Photo No.94 Description PSS SHAFT SHIELD AND STERN TUBE (SHAFT LOG) Condition: Good condition. No leaks observed. Photo No.95 Description: Condition: Good.

Photo No.96

Description: ACCESS TO ENGINE FROM AFT PORT CABIN Condition: Red arrow shows that the insulation around the engine is old, damaged and peeling away. This should be repaired.

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I.Y.S.A. Pre‐Purchase Survey Report Photo No.97 Description: RADIAL DRIVE Condition: Fair condition. Some corrosion observed.

Photo No.98

Description: RADIAL DRIVE Condition: Fair condition. Some corrosion observed.

Photo No.99

Description: MANUAL BILGE PUMP Condition: Good.

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4.5.5 Grading of Propulsion GRADING CODE DESCRIPTION 9‐Excellent, 8‐Very Good, 7‐Good, 6‐Fair, 5‐Satisfactory, 4‐Serviceable, 3‐Poor, 2‐Very Poor, 1‐Unsatisfactory, 0‐Unexamined, X‐Not On This Vessel Engine and Transmission Stern Gear Steering Recommendation: None Minimal Intermediate Repair required Y Upgrade required Y

GRADING 8 7 8 Considerable

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4.6 Systems and Services 4.6.1 Anchor The anchor is a 25kg Delta‐style anchor. It is in good condition. 4.6.2 Anchor Windlass The anchor windlass was observed to be in good condition. It is a brand “Lofrans,” Tigres model. While the machine itself is in good condition, we noted several very problematic issues related to the configuration of the system in general: There is no “down” button for the anchor. This is extremely dangerous because the anchor must be deployed manually. The “up” button is difficult to deploy consistently and should be repaired Because of the awkward placement of the windlass (too far forward), it is difficult for one person to both flake the chain and engage the “down” button for the anchor. RECOMMENDATION: 1) Re‐wire the windlass system and install a remote that has both a “down” and an “up” function. It is extremely unusual for a vessel of this size to be without a mechanized “down” function. 2) Remount the windlass more aft so that the entire anchor operation can be easily performed by one person. 4.6.3 Tanks The below table outlines the tanks on the Vessel: Tanks Purpose 2 1 1

Material Position

Fresh Water Storage YNOX Diesel storage YNOX Fresh water heating Plastic

Midship P&S CL Aft Port Aft

Capacity per tank (L) 400 200 unknown

Total Capacity (L) 800 200 unknown

RECOMMENDATION: Both the forward and aft heads were missing holding tanks. This violates Greek code regarding the treatment of Black Water. Tanks must be installed immediately. 4.6.4 Fresh Water System There are two fresh water tank fillers, port and starboard side midship. Both fresh water tanks are continually distended. There are no instruments to indicate the water level in the tanks. RECOMMENDATION: an instrument to indicate water levels should be installed. An electric, pressure‐controlled pump was arranged to supply water to the taps. This ran when the switch was operated. The pumps are located in the aft port side of the galley and are Jabsco brand. The pumps are not secured to the hull and are prone to damage. In addition, the hoses are disorganized and are unacceptable in the current state. RECOMMENDATION: Organize the hoses and secure the pumps to the correct positions to prevent damage.

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Sailing Yacht “SAMPLE” I.Y.S.A. Pre‐Purchase Survey Report A heating tank (calorifier) made of plastic exists to provide hot water and is located in the aft part of the Vessel. No tank level indicator exists. The hot water was not tested. 4.6.5 Heads The Vessel is equipped with two heads; one forward and one aft. The forward head is on the starboard side and is not equipped with a shower or sink. RECOMMENDATION: a shower and sink should be installed. In addition, the flushing mechanism on the forward head is not functional and should be repaired. 4.6.6 Galley The galley is in fair condition but appears aged and has signs of damage in multiple places. The galley has one refrigerator (aft) and one ice‐box (forward). Both are in fair condition however the sealant around the lids of both is badly damaged and should be replaced and cleaned. RECOMMENDATION: The wooden support of the floor under the galley is completely rotted and must be replaced. The galley is equipped with a sink. RECOMMENDATION: The manual pump to discharge grey water from the sink was not functional and should be repaired. 4.6.7 Electrical System There is a 12v electrical system and 220v Shorepower installed on the Vessel. RECOMMENDATION: In general, the wiring is poorly organized and should be rewired to be in a more tidy and correct position. The batteries are E‐NEX DC31 MF (12V / 100AH (20HR)/ 1000A(CA) / 800A(CCA). Of the three large batteries, two are for domestic and one is for the engine. The batteries are located forward of the engine under the floorboards. There is an emergency battery located under the navigation table. There is an battery charger (Sterling Power Pro Charge Ultra). 4.6.8 Navigation Lights RECOMMENDATION: The port and starboard running lights installed on the bow pulpit are not functional. This is problematic and should be remedied as soon as possible. The anchor light at top of mast and mid‐mast running light were observed to be in functional condition. RECOMMENDATION: However, the running light was missing a glass cover which should be repaired.

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4.6.10 Photos of Systems and Services

Photo No.100

Description (L) ANCHOR, 25kg (R) ANCHOR MOUNT Condition: Anchor is in good condition. Red arrow indicates area of damage.

Photo No.101

Description: ANCHOR CHAIN Condition: Good. Some rust present.

Photo No.102

Description: ANCHOR LOCKER AND ANCHOR WINDLASS Condition: Windlass is not equipped with a “down” function. The anchor must be deployed manually. In addition, the button (pictured) to raise the anchor does not perform consistently and should be repaired.

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I.Y.S.A. Pre‐Purchase Survey Report Photo No.103 Description: ANCHOR WINDLASS LOFRANS TIGRES TG 018479 1,500w / 12v Condition: Good.

Photo No.104

CRACK DOUBLE

Description: WINDLASS MOUNTING Condition: Damage near mounting of windlass. Windlass is mounted improperly making it difficult to use. Photo No.105 Description: WINDLASS MOUNTING Condition: Damage near mounting of windlass. The red arrow points to the previous position of the windlass which was mounted more aft. In the current position, the windlass is mounted improperly (too far forward) making it awkward, dangerous, and difficult to use.

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Photo No.106

Description ANCHOR WINDLASS WIRING IN CHAIN LOCKER Condition: Poor. Disorganized wiring. Photo No.107 Description: FRESH WATER PUMP SYSTEM Condition: Pumps are in good condition, however they are not mounted onto any surface, meaning that they are more prone to damage. Pumps and tubes are unorganized and should be re‐installed in a logical, orderly way. Photo No.108 Description: FRESH WATER PUMP SYSTEMS JABSCO BRAND PUMPS Condition: Pumps are in good condition, however they are not mounted onto any surface, meaning that they are more prone to damage. Pumps and tubes are unorganized and should be re‐installed in a logical, orderly way.

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I.Y.S.A. Pre‐Purchase Survey Report Photo No.109 Description JABSCO SHOWER DRAIN PUMP Condition: Good. Photo No.110 Description: AFT FRESH WATER HEATER TANK Condition: Good. Photo No.111 Description: FRESH WATER TANKS LOCATED UNDER GALLEY FLOOR Condition: Fair.

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I.Y.S.A. Pre‐Purchase Survey Report Photo No.112 Description (L) FORWARD STBD HEAD (R) AFT PORT HEAD Condition: Forward STBD head was not functional at time of Survey. The pump was broken. In addition, the FWD STBD head was missing a shower, which should be added. Photo No.113 Description: GALLEY OVERVIEW Condition: Fair.

Photo No.114

Description: (L) FWD REFRIGERATOR (R) AFT REFRIGERATOR Condition: Fair. However, only the aft refrigerator is actively cooled. The forward refrigerator as merely an insulated icebox. The sealant for both lids is in poor condition.

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Photo No.115

Description GALLEY SINK AND FAUCET Condition: Good.

Photo No.116

Description: GAS STOVE IN GALLEY Condition: Fair. The stove is functional despite burn damage. The stove surface should be cleaned.

Burnt

Photo No.117 Cooking gas shut‐ off valve

Manual fresh water pump

Description: UNDER THE SINK IN THE GALLEY THERE IS THE COOKING GAS SHUT‐OFF VALVE AND THE MANUAL FRESH WATER PUMP Condition: Cooking gas valve was in good condition. The manual fresh water pump is in good Structural condition but is not functional.

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I.Y.S.A. Pre‐Purchase Survey Report Photo No.118

Damage from rot

Description FLOOR OF THE GALLEY Condition: Support under the floor is rotted. All the wood supports under the galley must be repaired.

Photo No.119

Description: BATTERY SWITCH BOARD Condition: Good.

Photo No.120

Description: THREE BATTERIES, E‐NEX DC31 MF TWO DOMESTIC, ONE ENGINE Condition: Poor organization of battery wiring. Good condition of batteries.

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I.Y.S.A. Pre‐Purchase Survey Report Photo No.121 Description BATTERY TYPE IS E‐NEX DC31 MF 12V / 100AH (20HR)/ 1000A(CA) / 800A(CCA) Condition: Good. Photo No.122 Description: INDUSTRIAL SOLAR CHARGE CONTROLLER PHOCOS CIS MODEL Condition: Poor organization of wiring. Should be mounted properly and secured to the hull. Photo No.123 Description: (L) SHORE POWER & VOLTAGE INDICATOR (TOP R) BATTERY CHARGER (BOTTOM R) EMERGENCY BATTERY Condition: Good condition however wiring is disorganized.

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I.Y.S.A. Pre‐Purchase Survey Report Photo No.124 Description (L) ABOVE‐DECK NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT (R) ENGINE INSTRUMENT PANEL INCLUDING TACHOMETER, COOLANT TEMPERATURE GAUGE, ENGINE OIL PRESSURE GAUGE, SWITCHES, AND ALARM INDICATORS MOUNTED ON PEDESTAL Condition: Good.

Photo No.125

Description: (TOP L) BEARING AND WIND DIRECTION (TOP R) SPEEDOMETER AND THERMOMETER (LOWER L) FUEL LEVEL INDICATOR (LOWER R) AUTOPILOT Condition: (TOP L) Wind‐speed indicator is not functional. (TOP R) Speedometer is not functional. (LOWER L) Fuel‐level indicator is not functional. (LOWER R) Out‐dated technology, good condition.

Photo No.126

Description: GPS Condition: Out‐dated technology, good condition.

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I.Y.S.A. Pre‐Purchase Survey Report Photo No.127 Description BELOW‐DECK CONTROL PANEL Condition: General condition is good but extremely poor internal organization of wiring behind panel. Photo No.128 Description: CONTROL PANEL Condition: Fair. Extremely poor internal organization of wiring behind panel. Photo No.129 Description: GENERAL VIEW OF CONTROL PANEL INCLUDING NASA MARINE VHF Condition: Good.

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I.Y.S.A. Pre‐Purchase Survey Report Photo No.130 Description GARMIN GPS 152 Condition: Good; however technology is outdated.

Photo No.131

Description: NASA MARINE TARGET NAVTEX WEATHER INSTRUMENT Condition: Good. Photo No.132 Description: TWO COOKING GAS CONTAINERS Condition: Extremely poor configuration however the Tanks are in good condition. Only one tank (not two) should be connected and he active tank must be confined in an enclosed space. Recommend reconfiguration that is in‐line with appropriate safety codes.

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4.6.11 Grading of Systems and Services GRADING CODE DESCRIPTION 9‐Excellent, 8‐Very Good, 7‐Good, 6‐Fair, 5‐Satisfactory, 4‐Serviceable, 3‐Poor, 2‐Very Poor, 1‐Unsatisfactory, 0‐Unexamined, X‐Not On This Vessel Anchor Anchor Windlass Tanks Fresh Water System Heads Galley Electrical System Navigation Equipment Navigation Lights Recommendation: None Minimal Intermediate Repair required Y Upgrade required Y

GRADING 8 9 7 6 7 5 6 6 4 Considerable

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4.7 Accommodation Area 4.7.1 General Appearance In general the accommodation area is in fair condition. Leakage was discovered in almost every port and window after a strong rain. RECOMMENDATION: The seals around every port and window and hatch should be repaired in order to prevent leaks and water damage. RECOMMENDATION: The wooden support under the floor in the kitchen is badly rotted and should be repaired. RECOMMENDATION: In the forepeak cabin, the paneling is severely detached from the top hatch and should be repaired. The floors of all the cabins are exposed. RECOMMENDATION: Carpeting should be installed for enhanced comfort. As a general comment, the storage compartments in all the cabins is unusually small. RECOMMENDATION: In addition, the door to the storage compartment in the forward cabin is broken and should be repaired.

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4.7.2 Photos of Accommodation Area

Photo No.133

Description FOREPEAK CABIN Condition: Fair. Peeling paneling and broken storage compartment door. Photo No.134 Description FOREPEAK CABIN Condition: Fair. Peeling paneling.

Photo No.135

Description (L) FOREPEAK CABIN PORT STORAGE (R) STBD SIDE AREA BELOW THE BED Condition: Fair. Broken storage compartment door.

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I.Y.S.A. Pre‐Purchase Survey Report Photo No.136 Description FOREPEAK CABIN Condition: Fair. Peeling paneling.

Photo No.137

Description FOREPEAK CABIN Condition: Wet damage noted on wood paneling. Photo No.138 Description FOREPEAK CABIN Condition: Wet damage noted on wood paneling.

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I.Y.S.A. Pre‐Purchase Survey Report Photo No.139 Description FWD PORT SIDE CABIN Condition: Good.

Photo No.140

Description FWD PORT SIDE CABIN Condition: Good.

Photo No.141

Description FWD STBD SIDE CABIN Condition: Good.

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I.Y.S.A. Pre‐Purchase Survey Report Photo No.142 Description FWD STBD SIDE CABIN; AFT AREA Condition: Good. Photo No.143 Description FWD STBD SIDE CABIN; AFT AREA Condition: Good.

Photo No.144

Description AFT PORT SIDE CABIN Condition: Good.

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I.Y.S.A. Pre‐Purchase Survey Report Photo No.145 Description AFT PORT SIDE CABIN Condition: Good. Some wet damage observed on wood.

Photo No.146

Description: HATCH AND VENTILATION OF PORT AFT CABIN Condition: LEAKING OBSERVED FROM THE HATCH Photo No.147 Description: (L) FWD PORT SHOWER (R) FWD STBD HEAD Condition: (L) Fair. Filter of grey water should be cleaned. (R) Poor. Flushing mechanism not functional. In addition, there is no shower or sink.

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I.Y.S.A. Pre‐Purchase Survey Report Photo No.148

Description AFT PORT HEAD Condition: Good.

Photo No.149

Description AFT PORT HEAD Condition: Good.

Photo No.150

Description: EXAMPLE OF WINDOW/HATCH Condition: Poor. Leakage observed.

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I.Y.S.A. Pre‐Purchase Survey Report Photo No.151 Description: EXAMPLE OF WINDOW/HATCH Condition: Poor. Leakage observed. Photo No.152 Description: EXAMPLE OF WINDOW/HATCH Condition: Poor. Leakage observed. Photo No.153 Description: EXAMPLE OF WINDOW/HATCH Condition: Poor. Leakage observed.

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Photo No.154

Description: EXAMPLE OF WINDOW/HATCH Condition: Poor. Leakage observed. Photo No.155 Description: EXAMPLE OF WINDOW/HATCH Condition: Poor. Leakage observed.

Photo No.156

Description: EXAMPLE OF WINDOW/HATCH Condition: Poor. Leakage observed.

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I.Y.S.A. Pre‐Purchase Survey Report Photo No.157 Description: EXAMPLE OF WINDOW/HATCH Condition: Poor. Leakage observed. Photo No.158 Description: EXAMPLE OF WINDOW/HATCH Condition: Poor. Leakage observed.

Photo No.159

Description: WINDOW ABOVE GALLEY Condition: Poor. Leakage observed.

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I.Y.S.A. Pre‐Purchase Survey Report Photo No.160 Description SPEAKER MOUNTED IN CEILING Condition: Good.

Photo No.161

Description LIGHT MOUNTED IN CEILING OF FWD STBD CABIN Condition: Fair. Dim light.

Photo No.162

Description: MAIN ACCESS ENGINE DOOR Condition: Good overall condition but lacking an acceptable system to hold the main access door open.

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4.7.3 Grading of Accommodation Area GRADING CODE DESCRIPTION 9‐Excellent, 8‐Very Good, 7‐Good, 6‐Fair, 5‐Satisfactory, 4‐Serviceable, 3‐Poor, 2‐Very Poor, 1‐Unsatisfactory, 0‐Unexamined, X‐Not On This Vessel AFT STBD CABIN AFT PORT CABIN FWD STBD CABIN FWD PORT CABIN FOREPEAK V‐BERTH MAIN SALOON GALLEY AFT HEAD AND SHOWER FWD STBD HEAD FWD PORT SHOWER Recommendation: None Minimal Intermediate Repair required Y Upgrade required Y

GRADING 7 7 7 7 6 7 6 7 5 6 Considerable

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4.8 Safety Equipment In general we would comment that it is the new owner’s responsibility to ensure that all safety equipment is up to the appropriate standards. All systems should be checked to ensure compliance and safety. 4.8.1 Second Anchor We did not note the presence of a second anchor during the survey. 4.8.2 Bailing / Bilge Pumping Both the manual and electronic bilge pump were seen to be in good condition. 4.8.3 Detection Equipment One smoke detector was seen mounted to the roof of the salon below‐deck. It was not inspected but appeared to be in good working condition. 4.8.4 Fire Fighting Equipment RECOMMENDATION: Fire extinguishers to be serviced and certificate provided. Fire blanket provided for the galley and was seen to be in good condition. 4.8.5 First Aid Kit No first aid kit was discovered on the Vessel. RECOMMENDATION: Ensure that an adequate first aid kit is placed on‐board after purchase. 4.8.6 Lifejackets Lifejackets were stowed behind the couch in the saloon and appeared to be in good condition. We were told by the seller that there are enough jackets for ten persons. 4.8.7 Life Raft Raimar life raft was secured to the forward top deck. It was not tested during the survey. Information regarding the date of last service and the serial number was covered up with a sticker. RECOMMENDATION: have the life raft serviced professionally or purchase a new one. 4.8.8 Man Overboard Recovery Equipment Man overboard recovery equipment is mounted on the aft pulpit, starboard side. 4.8.9 Pyrotechnics / Flares One flare was discovered in the galley area. RECOMMENDATION: ensure that there is an adequate number and variety of flares on the Vessel.

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4.8.10 Photos of Safety Equipment

Photo No.163

Description RAIMAR LIFE RAFT CAPACITY 10 PERSONS Condition: Appearance of case was sound. Recommend servicing schedule be followed To ensure that the raft is in good condition. Photo No.164 Description RAIMAR LIFE RAFT CAPACITY 10 PERSONS Condition: Appearance of case was sound. Recommend servicing schedule be followed to ensure that the raft is in good condition. Information regarding date of last inspection was covered over with a sticker. Photo No.165 Description: DECK FIXTURE TO HOLD LIFE RAFT Condition: The fixture is broken on both sides and should be repaired.

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I.Y.S.A. Pre‐Purchase Survey Report Photo No.166 Description LIFE VESTS STORED BEHIND THE COUCH Condition: Seller indicated that there were enough life jackets for ten persons but this should be verified upon purchase to ensure compliance. Photo No.167

Description: GME EPIRB STORED UNDER NAVIGATION TABLE Condition: Good.

Photo No.168

Description: SMOKE DETECTOR MOUNTED ON CEILING Condition: Good. Functionality was not tested.

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4.8.11 Grading of Safety Equipment GRADING CODE DESCRIPTION 9‐Excellent, 8‐Very Good, 7‐Good, 6‐Fair, 5‐Satisfactory, 4‐Serviceable, 3‐Poor, 2‐Very Poor, 1‐Unsatisfactory, 0‐Unexamined, X‐Not On This Vessel Second anchor Bailing / Bilge Pumping Detection Equipment Fire Fighting Equipment First Aid Kit Lifejackets Life Raft Man Overboard Recovery Equipment Pyrotechnics / Flares Recommendation: None Minimal Intermediate Repair required Y Upgrade required Y

GRADING 0 8 7 7 0 9 3 6 2 Considerable

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5 Boat Certifications and Licenses Photo No.169

Description GREEK VESSEL REGISTRATION FORM Photo No.170 Description: VESSEL INVENTORY LIST PROVIDED BY SELLER

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I.Y.S.A. Pre‐Purchase Survey Report Photo No.171 Description: COUNTRY X BOAT REGISTRATION CERTIFICATE Photo No.172 Description COUNTRY X BOAT REGISTRATION CERTIFICATE (COVER) Photo No.173 Description: COUNTRY X BOAT REGISTRATION CERTIFICATE (BACK COVER) Condition:

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6 General Photos Photo No.174

Description EXAMPLE OF POORLY ORGANIZED WIRING IN LOCKERS. THIS IS AN ISSUE PRESENT THROUGHOUT THE VESSEL AND SHOULD BE REMEDIED.

Photo No.175

Description EXAMPLE OF POORLY ORGANIZED WIRING IN LOCKERS. THIS IS AN ISSUE PRESENT THROUGHOUT THE VESSEL AND SHOULD BE REMEDIED.

Photo No.176

Description EXAMPLE OF POORLY ORGANIZED WIRING IN LOCKERS. THIS IS AN ISSUE PRESENT THROUGHOUT THE VESSEL AND SHOULD BE REMEDIED.

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I.Y.S.A. Pre‐Purchase Survey Report Photo No.177 Description EXAMPLE OF POORLY ORGANIZED WIRING IN LOCKERS. THIS IS AN ISSUE PRESENT THROUGHOUT THE VESSEL AND SHOULD BE REMEDIED.

Photo No.178

Description EXAMPLE OF POORLY ORGANIZED WIRING IN LOCKERS. THIS IS AN ISSUE PRESENT THROUGHOUT THE VESSEL AND SHOULD BE REMEDIED.

Photo No.179

Description EXAMPLE OF POORLY ORGANIZED WIRING IN LOCKERS. THIS IS AN ISSUE PRESENT THROUGHOUT THE VESSEL AND SHOULD BE REMEDIED.

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I.Y.S.A. Pre‐Purchase Survey Report

7 Overall Survey Score An average was taken of each of the scores achieved by each survey category. The table below showcases each of these average scores to provide a rough indication of the overall status of the Vessel. GRADING CODE DESCRIPTION 9‐Excellent, 8‐Very Good, 7‐Good, 6‐Fair, 5‐Satisfactory, 4‐Serviceable, 3‐Poor, 2‐Very Poor, 1‐Unsatisfactory, AVERAGE GRADE 0‐Unexamined, X‐Not On This Vessel HULL EXTERIOR HULL INTERIOR DECK FITTINGS RIGGING AND SAILS PROPULSION SYSTEMS AND SERVICES ACCOMODATION LIFE SAFETY

OVERALL AVERAGE SCORE

6 6 5 6 8 6 7 4

6

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8 Overall Decision Matrix Category

Details

Overall Design

Beauty / subjective measure of overall aesthetic appeal

Appropriate # of cabins; current Suitability for buyer's intended use quality in‐line with use

Market Weight 10%

Client Grade Weight 10%

Buyer's Rationale

7

S/Y MODEL X is beautiful, classic design.

15%

25%

7

Well‐suited for cabin‐charter purposes.

5%

15%

4

Parts are widely available but the vessel is old (20+).

Ease of Future Maintenance

Anticipated future availability of parts; absence of damage

Effort and Expense Required to Repair

Magnitude of investment required to restore vessel to desired condition

10%

10%

4

Significant repairs and modifications needed.

Sailing Performance

Performance of current rigging and sails

5%

5%

4

Poor sail quality, need to replace.

Comfort of Accomodations

Arrangement and decoration of cabins and below‐deck area

10%

10%

4

Good # of cabins; little storage space.

Quality vs. Asking Price

A "good value"

25%

25%

3

Asking price is too high.

3

After the desired hold period of 12‐ 15 years, very little value.

Ability to retain value throughout a Future Re‐Sale Value standard hold period of 5 years

AVERAGE

20%

0%

Market

Client

4,3 4,8

An acceptable weighted average score is 7 to 9

Grading Code Description: 9‐Excellent, 8‐Very Good, 7‐Good, 6‐Fair, 5‐Satisfactory, 4‐Serviceable, 3‐Poor, 2‐Very Poor, 1‐Unsatisfactory,

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