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Rocky Pointe Marina – Resources

Boat Surveyors

Whether buying or selling a boat, it is always a good idea to have a professional surveyor inspect your boat before you purchase. Most likely your insurance company is going to require that a survey be done. Some surveys can be done just in the water, but most require an out of the water survey to inspect the condition of the hull, thru hulls, shafts, and propellers. We provide the facility for the boat to be hauled out of the water for inspection. You must select your own surveyor. Below are some of the surveyors we are most accustomed to working with and all members of SAMS (Society of Accredited Marine Surveyors) and ABYC(American Boat and Yacht Council). The surveyors typically charge $15 per foot. Please check rate sheet for survey haul out rates. We waive our charges if the boat stays in the yard for work and bottom paint.

A. Mazon & Associates www.alisonmazon.com
Alison Mazon
503-286-4252 office
503-358-6983 cell

Pat Devlin (A. Mazon Associate)
360-600-0451

Larry Goodson
360-903-3524

Please see SAMS website  www.marinesurvey.org for an updated listed

Boat Transportation

In 2006, Rocky Pointe sold off  “Affordable Boat Transport”. We do continue to load , off load and commission/decommission boats for transport at out boatyard. Please check rate sheet for load to truck/trailer pricing. The following are professional boat transport companies that we work with on a regular basis.

Norgard Boat Transport  Scappoose/Portland, over 35 years local experience
Local/ Pacific Northwest,they also have a do it yourself boatyard.
503-543-8272

Admiral Trucking
360-678-6510
Pacific Northwest

AAction Marine Transport
1-800-263-1902
Nationwide- they purchased our transport

Please keep in mind that boats are restricted in size over the road to a maximin of 16’ in height, which includes the 6” clearance off the pavement. Rates start at about $6 per mile, plus pilot cars fees. A trip from Portland to Olympia starts at around $1000.

Oregon State Marine Board

For boat registration and title information
Boater Education Card
Safety and Rules
www.boatoregon.com

Divers

There are many reasons for dive services from retrieval of lost items, lines caught in your propeller, to dive inspection surveys of floating homes and flotation installation. Here are a few that we work with on a regular basis.

John Glenn
503-366-4430 office
503-803-1459 cell

2 Deep Diving
503-366-0468

Tim Clackum
503-890-9595

Richie Rich
503-282-1210
503-497-8922

Harbor Services
503-286-4244
503-453-7317

HotVac Hull Cure

Check out more information and details about drying out wet hulls and decks
www.HotVac.com

Tow Services

Having towing insurance for your boat is much like having it for your car- Do not leave home without it! Our area currently is serviced by Vessel Assist, part of the National Boat US Insurance and Safety program. Rates run $100-$150 per year, or $175 per hour and up if you are not insured.

Capt Ted Carr  Vessel Assist available 24/7
503-247-9004 office
503-201-8280 cell

Building Codes for Floating Structures

It has not been until very recently that there have been building codes for floating structures. All structures brought into Rocky Pointe Marina, built at Rocky Pointe Marina or remodeled at Rocky Pointe Marina must meet the standards of the City of Portland standards outlined in Title 28, Floating Structures.
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