2] Survey, Sea Trial & Swedish Ladies | Abandon Comfort - Sailing The World

When we started our boat hunt we had so many questions with regards to surveying a boat & what the hell a sea trial involved. At the time, there weren't any videos documenting a sea trial or a survey. We had so many questions - who drives the boat? Who is responsible for putting up the sails and getting the boat ready? Well, we learned that one pretty quickly - the broker.

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