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I am one of the senior partners of DC Marine Surveyors. Why should you hire a Marine Surveyor? A high quality marine surveyor can be of valuable assistance in helping you in a number of ways. One of the ways a marine surveyor can help is through a complete and comprehensive survey of your boat or boat you are considering purchasing they can determine the value of that boat and identify possible problem areas thus saving you money on a purchase or helping you to determine what your boat is worth. Another way a marine surveyor can help is in a dispute with an insurance company. Often times an insurance company will seek to keep their compensation to you for repairs to the least amount possible and say that certain repairs may be due to previous damage or wear and tear or that the repairs are not needed. A marine surveyor can assist in going to bat for you with a comprehensive survey refuting their findings. Modern day vessels are constructed in such a manner that the best way to determine their value, condition, and associated risks are best determined by a professional thorough inspection conducted by a trained marine surveyor. Older wooden hulls require a trained marine surveyor who knows both traditional construction techniques as well as the latest modern methods.

Profile Summary:
Marine Surveyor Jacksonville, FL
Marine Insurance Adjuster Jacksonville, FL
More About Me
boating, fishing, sailing, kayaking, canoeing, water skiing, aqua sports.
Work Experience:
R.W. De'Eire
904-537-3350 e-mail: dcmarinesurveyors@gmail.com


Objective

To establish a thriving marine surveying and independent insurance adjusting business that will grow to be one of the best in coastal Mississippi, Alabama, Florida, and Georgia.


Education


Bachelor of Arts Degree in History – Graduate Class of 2002 University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama Minors: English, Spanish, Geography, Education, Business


Master's Level Education Certificate Program for Alternative Teacher Certification – 2004 William Carey College, Hattiesburg, Mississippi.


Public Affairs Administration Course – United States Coast Guard Auxiliary – 2003 Biloxi, MS


Marine Radio Operators Course – United States Coast Guard Auxiliary – 2003 Biloxi, MS


Recreational Boat Safety Program Course – United States Coast Guard Auxiliary – 2003 Biloxi, MS


Marine Vessel Examiners Course – United States Coast Guard Auxiliary – 2004 Biloxi, MS


Unit Personnel and Administration Course – United States Coast Guard Auxiliary – 2006 Jacksonville, FL


Basic Boat Operations and Navigation Rules Course – Boat U.S. - 2006 Jacksonville, FL


Self Study of Sail Design, Hull Design, Rigging, and Boat Construction – 1998 to Present

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In this I have personally studied the books and courses available on the open market by George Buhler, Howard I. Chapelle, Ruel Parker, and Nigel Calder on the construction, hull design and rigging of boats.
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I also have been successful in the construction of a small 10' sailing dinghy and have begun construction on a small 15' sharpie boat.


Experience


Flotilla Staff Officer for Public Education and Boating Safety – U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary, Jacksonville, FL

Currently Employed since 2003

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Facilitated training classes of boat dealers, owners, and general public interested in boat operation and safety
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Coordinate
Education:
Education


Bachelor of Arts Degree in History – Graduate Class of 2002 University of South Alabama, Mobile, Alabama Minors: English, Spanish, Geography, Education, Business


Master's Level Education Certificate Program for Alternative Teacher Certification – 2004 William Carey College, Gulfport, Mississippi.


Public Affairs Administration Course – United States Coast Guard Auxiliary – 2003 Biloxi, MS


Marine Radio Operators Course – United States Coast Guard Auxiliary – 2003 Biloxi, MS


Recreational Boat Safety Program Course – United States Coast Guard Auxiliary – 2003 Biloxi, MS


Marine Vessel Examiners Course – United States Coast Guard Auxiliary – 2004 Biloxi, MS


Unit Personnel and Administration Course – United States Coast Guard Auxiliary – 2006 Jacksonville, FL


Basic Boat Operations and Navigation Rules Course – Boat U.S. - 2006 Jacksonville, FL


Self Study of Sail Design, Hull Design, Rigging, and Boat Construction – 1998 to Present

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In this I have personally studied the books and courses available on the open market by George Buhler, Howard I. Chapelle, Ruel Parker, and Nigel Calder on the construction, hull design and rigging of boats.
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I also have been successful in the construction of a small 10' sailing dinghy and have begun construction on a small 15' sharpie boat.
Organizations / Affilations:
Society of Automotive Engineers

- United States Coast Guard

- American Boat and Yacht Council

- Lloyds Maritime Academy

- Society of Accredited Marine Surveyors

- Boat U.S.

- National Safe Boating Council

- National Association of Safe Boating Law Administrators

- Florida Wildlife Commission Safe Boating Council
R.W. De'Eire is located in Jacksonville, FL and has the following skills: Marine Surveyor, Marine Insurance Adjuster
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Marine Surveyor

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Years Experience: 6

Marine Insurance Adjuster

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