A Sunseeker Hawk 27 ashore for a marine survey near Portsmouth – Trafalgar Wharf in Porchester which overlooks Port Solent Marina opposite. Sunseeker, a Poole based UK company have built up a reputation over decades for sea-kindly hulls, derived from race type hull forms and adapted for leisure use. Sunseeker hulls are well built, however do sometimes reveal some debonding particularly to the deck as this is a cored (also known as sandwich) method of construction, which allows lighter weight and/or stiffer sections than traditional single skin FRP construction. A Marine Surveyor is required to both hammer sound and take many moisture readings to ascertain any moisture related debonding issues. When conducting this part of a marine survey, I am unique in using 3 different moisture meters: A Sovereign Quantum, a Tramex Skipper and a Protimeter Aquant to allow me to fully evaluate any moisture entrapment either within the GRP laminate or within the core.