The owner now has to arrange for Cyan to be moved to a nearby marina/boatyard to be lifted out of the water for inspection, and survey. Once the details are confirmed we will arrange for a surveyor to attend.
After the surveyors report is received, and there are no major defects exposed by the inspection, we have to wait for the Brokerage Company to confirm title of the vessel, and produce a bill of sale. Then upon payment of the agreed purchase price, the vessel is legally ours.
While all that is happening there are other things to do.
- Arrange insurance
- Arrange a surveyor
- Purchase a CRT full licence for a live aboard 58ft narrow boat that is continually cruising the network.
- Arrange 2 day crew training with Willow Wren Training Centre
- Decide the location where we can load on board our possessions from Spain
- Buy a Dog safety harness with a lift out grab handle
- Once on board we will need to establish communications for WiFi and internet access.
I am sure there are many more things to arrange, but that will do for the present!