Nautical Hatches

The boats are one of the best positions that can have a person, especially those who love sailing and be in the middle of the sea. However, like all practices or hobbies it is necessary to always have all the nautical accessories necessary to keep the boat in excellent condition. It can be a bit complicated to find everything that a boat requires but in Nova Argonautica you will have a catalog of more than 8000 thousand products within reach of a click, because it is the largest online boating shop in Europe.
The nautical hatchways
In you have available all the spare parts and accessories that you look for, with the best quality and always at the best price. They offer you guarantee for up to two years in any of its products, the only online store that has this mode in long distance shipments and online purchases. The value of the shipment is only 4 euros regardless of the weight or size of the package.
You can buy hatches like the following: Gebo Aluminum Anodized hatch 860 x 860 mm, 800 x 800 mm interior, made of 10 mm polycarbonate. It has the style and quality that only the Gebo brand can have. It has a safety latch, which prevents full access. It is a perfect hatch for ventilation, is water resistant and prevents it from completely passing the boat.
Also available are Marine Aluminum Hatchways 560×560 mm, Smoked Methacrylate. It has a 10mm thick glass, very resistant and is ideal to withstand the highest pressure.
Nautical porthole
You also have available the nautical ports such as: Portillo Aluminum Gebo Semiel√≠ptico 375 x 141 mm, Portlight, half elliptic model, Hole mm 375×141, Radius mm 71, Cut-out size mm 400×166, Light 310×76


The following statements concerning the procedures for surveying this vessel are for your information and benefit. Two survey reports will be provided only to the person authorizing this survey or as agreed to between this surveyor and his client. Please sign and return the attached Work Order before survey date. Please call (561) 547-0509 for fax or if you have any questions.

Surveys are commonly performed on most used boats 20 feet or larger and are usually required to obtain insurance and financing, especially on boats older than 10 years. A survey can save a prospective buyer thousands of dollars by advising him of possible defects and by determining the fair market value of the vessel. The seller of a boat may also request a survey to determine the fair market value before placing the boat on the market. If a vessel is damaged, the owner’s insurance company will require a survey be performed to determine the cost of repairs.

The survey will include the inspection of all parts of the vessel where accessible, including the condition and safety of all accessible parts and equipment, to determine the “fair market and replacement values” of the vessel. The report will include “Findings & Recommendations”, which will include what problems must be addressed to insure safety and whether the boat is “Fit For Its Intended Service And Suitable For Its Intended Use”.

I urge that all gasoline and diesel engines have a more detailed survey be performed by a qualified Engine Surveyor to determine the condition of the engines, gears and pumps, heat exchangers, coolers, etc. Oil samples are also recommended for each engine and transmission. I recommend a “Sea Trial” be performed and that the vessel be hauled out for an out-of-water inspection of the vessel’s hull and underwater machinery.

Time and additional expenses can be saved by preparing the vessel for inspection by clearing miscellaneous equipment from lockers and cabin areas, to make the vessel more accessible. As well as having appropriate documents and maintenance records available at the time of survey.

It may be necessary to require minor dismantling of interior ceilings, headliners or flooring in order to gain access to suspected areas. Fasteners on wood boats or keel bolts on sail boats may need to be inspected for corrosion. Removal and re-installation of these parts are the responsibility of the owner of the vessel and should be done by qualified persons. No joiner work or fasteners will be removed, nor will any destructive testing be performed, without written consent by the owner. Only accessible areas will be inspected, and it is understood that the surveyor assumes no responsibility for any defects not found in non-accessible areas and is not responsible for conditions subsequently arising. Rigging surveyed on sailing vessels above eye level (aloft) must be arranged in advance, and will depend on the vessels equipment condition, available personnel and weather conditions if the mast is to be ascended.