Photos from previous surveys
I do not believe it is easy to switch from monohulls to multihull surveying. Good experience is necessary because there are specific structural inspections to make which require knowledge of the construction methods used and the findings may mislead an inexperienced surveyor.
I have also seen some of the worst construction defects on catamarans. Particularly with resin infusion method. This can be even just one of the two mouldings of one hull bad and the others good.
Previous catamaran surveys motor and sail included the following with many surveys of the common charter models :
|Previous Sailing and Motor Catamaran Surveys|
|Lagoon 380 S1||Lagoon 380 S2|
|Lagoon 400||Lagoon 410|
|Lagoon 420||Lagoon 420 Hybrid|
|Lagoon 440||Lagoon 450|
|Athena 38||Lavezzi 40|
|Lipari 41||Venezia 42|
|Orana 44||Cumberland 46|
|Nautitech 40||Nautitech 44|
|Robertson and Caine|
|Admiral 38||Catalac 10|
|Fortuna Island Spirit 40||Prout Elite 37|