Tony Pope - Boat Safe Surveys Ltd.

 Competitively priced, professional marine surveys and inspections on all types of boats up to 24 metres in length. Operating throughout East Anglia and the Northern Home Counties.

Tel: 07833 393928

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Boat Safe Surveys Ltd

36 Brook Street

Ely,

CB7 5AD

boatexaminer @ gmail.com

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SURVEYOR PROFILE

Boat Safe Survey Ltd’s surveyor - Tony Pope - is a qualified Yacht and Small Craft Surveyor who trained with the International Institute of Marine Surveyors in 2009. Building on the success of the boat safety business established in 2004, Tony has further qualifications attained in both CCN1 (natural gas) & CCLP1 (LPG) satisfying the current regulations to examine and test gas systems on all types of marine craft, leisure accommodation vehicles & domestic properties. Tony is a founding partner in the Nationwide Alliance of Boat Surveyors & Examiners LLP (NABSE) and is a member of the Royal Yachting Association. A qualified RYA Yachtmaster and Coastal Skipper, Tony currently owns the Viking 24 motor cruiser ‘Papa Alveus’ based at Lock Marina in Upware, Cambridgeshire.

Did you know that Boat Safe Surveys Ltd can also offer boat safety examinations for vessels wishing to navigate the UK inland waterways?

Since qualifying for the Boat Safety Scheme course in 2004, the company has built an enviable client base throughout East Anglia & the Northern Home Counties. Being a Gas Safe Registered company, we are able to examine all types of vessels, including residential boats and commercial hire-craft. BSS prices start at £100 - and as we are not VAT registered, there is no VAT to add to the price!

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“Thanks Tony for providing a great service. Everything went smoothly from start to finish; easy booking, on time, and everything left neat and tidy. I’d be happy to recommend you to anyone needing the services that you offer. See you in four years!”

D. M. Little Ouse, Cambs