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  • Hull and structure survey

    Hull and structure survey
  • Flaw detection

    Flaw detection
  • Component inspection

    Component inspection


Marine Results’ inspection techniques and procedures have evolved through our consultation with the industry.  This includes designers, manufacturers, race teams, insurers and authorities such as the MCA (Maritime Coastguard Agency) and GL (Germanischer Lloyd).

Inspections can be made during the build process, pre-delivery, routine surveys, damage inspection or post-repair inspection.

Marine Results, through its numerous relationships with designers and manufacturers, can also provide technical services relating to NDT, including modelling, mechanical analysis, expert witness, in depth evaluation and interpretation of NDT results ‘effect of defect’.

NDT Explained – have a look at our Video

Download the PDF of our NDT presentation. 

We inspect

Composite Hull
  • GFRP/CFRP construction including Nomex, foam and balsa cores
  • Hull slamming area
  • Primary bulkheads
  • Keel box
  • Hydraulic ram mounts
  • Bulkheads
  • Hull and deck longitudinal stiffeners
  • Uni supports for keel/mast bulkheads
  • Chainplates
Composite Mast
  • Laminate quality assessment
  • Joggle bond
  • Doubler patching
  • Gooseneck bonding
  • Spreaders
  • Boom
Composite Foil
  • Rudders
  • Canards
  • Stainless fittings (keel plates, keel pins)
  • Forged keel structure
  • Rod rigging
Solid Carbon rods



Marine Results inspectors hold qualifications at Level 2 including:

  • ultrasound (metallic, welded component, pipe and plate and composites)
  • bond testing (cored laminates)
  • penetrant testing

All operator training is to an aerospace inspection standard.

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