System Check


Our team has vast experience with managing yachts specializing in maintaining vessels for sale or charter. 

We perform most services with our in house personnel and when necessary, we only use the highest quality of contractors.

Below is a sample task list for a 64' Sunseeker. Let us help you create and follow one for your vessel.

 

If this looks like something you'd like to have for your yacht, call us for a free yacht evaluation. Each evaluation takes approximately an hour for each 30' of yacht.

 

Frequency

Check

Task

Weekly

Bilges

Check Bilges for water, fuel, or oil.

 

Fuel

Check for fuel leaks on engines, filters, and fittings.

 

Strainers

Clean all strainers. (Port: Generator, Engine, A/C. Starboard: Engine A/C. Crew: A/C)

 

Wash

Wash vessel on Thursdays prior to owner arriving on Friday.

Monthly

Batteries

Check acid level in batteries, and clean terminals as needed.

 

Deck Leaks

Check port lights, deck fittings, and hatches for water leaks.

 

Deck Drains

Check drains for clogs.

 

Electrical appliances    

Check A/C units, Refrigerators, Freezers, Ice Makers, Dishwashers, Ovens, Satellite TV, and Stereos for operation.     

 

Engines

Check for oil, coolant, or fuel leaks under all engines.

 

Fire Extinguishers

Check for expression and location of fire extinguishers throughout vessel.

 

Flashlights

Check for flashlights on vessel. Batteries?

 

Bilge Pumps

Check for automatic and manual bilge pump operation.

 

Toilets

Check for vacuum and pump operation.

 

Navigation Lights

Check all navigation lights function. (Port, Starboard, Masthead, Stern, Anchor)

 

Water Maker

Check hours on filters.

Quarterly

Wax

Wax vessel after washing vessel.

 

Platform Hydraulic

Check hydraulic fluid level in reservoir. Test for function.

 

Steering

Check steering system for fluid and pressure.

 

Fuel Filters

Check fuel filters.

 

Transmission

Check oil level in transmission. (While engine idling warm)

Bi-Annual

Seacocks

Check for smooth operation of all thru-hull ball valves.

 

Anchor Chain

Check shackle and chain for corrosion.

 

Anchor Winch

Check for operation and handle for manual operation.

 

Alarm Sensors

 Check in vessel alarm systems including: High-Water & Waste Level

 

Zincs

Check zincs under vessel.

 

Engine Belts

Check for wear and tension.

 

Engine Mounts

Check for corrosion and secure.

 

Exhaust Leaks

Check around turbos and piping leading outside vessel.

 

Ditch Bag

Check for expiration on safety supplies and flares. Check batteries in flashlight and GPS.

 

Satellite Phone

Check battery and function of portable satellite phone.

 

Shaft Seals

Check drive shaft seals and rudder posts for leaks and deterioration.

 

Documentation

Check for Insurance, USCG Documentation, Fire Inspection, and prior boarding reports.

Annual

Antifouling

Check bottom paint condition.

 

Hose Clamps

Check hose clamps throughout vessel for condition. Protect good, with T9 replace bad.

 

Liferaft

Check certification date on liferaft.

 

Tender Engine

Check for spare components. Service as necessary.

 

Winches

Check winches on vessel for operation.