When assessing your yacht and determining exactly what work it requires, the question often arises: is the issue structural or cosmetic? However, the two are not always mutually exclusive. In general, structural damage will upset of the laminate system of your boat’s construction. In order for damage to be considered structural, it must, as a rule, compromise the integrity of the hull. It’s important to note, minor problems have a way of requiring structural repair when left untreated. For example, stress cracks don’t usually constitute structural damage, but unchecked, they may prove to be exactly that over time. Protect your investment. Moe’s Marine has a proven track record!