How do I account for collision loss of two boat hulls?

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  1. sun
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    Poop happens?
     
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    How do I account for collision loss of two boat hulls?

    Whew, for a minute there, I thought they were your boats.

    You don't have to account for them at all - thank goodness.
     
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    I think he is asking how something like this could occur?
     
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    Seems to happen all the time...
     
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    There were two fishship collided in my city, i did not know how to help them, is there a book about it?
    Just a little hole in one ship, but bulb bow of another ship was damaged.
    We do not want to know accident responsibility.
    We just want to know the hull loss of each other.
     
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    Are you asking for a damage survey without the need to assign fault? That is something that a surveyor will have to do onsite.
     
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    I want to know how to calculate the price of the damaged bulb bow and hole on the ship
     
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    The short answer is that you add labor and materials. Have you contacted a local shipyard?
     
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    ... and in this case, one of the ships is going to be up some severe legal fees as well :)
     
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    I want to calculate the fees of labor and materials, but i do not know the method
     
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    So we need calculate the fees of labor and materials
     
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