Survey completed on 2001 Sundancer w 3126's. Biggest issue is the boat is slightly over loaded or propped according to CAT Mechanic. Here is the exact verbage. SEA TRIALED AND TAKE RECORDINGS OF ENGINES PERFORMANCES. ON SEPERATE MARINE INSPECTION FORMS. PORT AND STAR MAIN ENGINES ARE NORMAL PRESSURES AND TEMPERATURES. LOAD ON PORT AND STAR MAINS CURRENTLY SLIGHTLY HIGH DUE TO ROUGH PAINT AND UNEVEN SURFACE ON PROPS ONLY ALLOWING ENGINES TO REACH ONLY 2700 RPMS INSTEAD OF REACHING RATED FULL LOAD OF 2800 RPMS. I'll have to get a picture of the props, but they had a heavy coating of antifouling paint with lots of chips out of paint. Props were servicable and generally in good condition, tracked pretty well, 1 blade was slightly off track o the starboard engine, port pretty good. Bottom was recently repainted and looked really good 9.5/10 Boat weighed a a little over 28,000 lbs with weight of slings removed. I think about 1/2 fuel and full water 6 adults on board My guess these are the original props and really need to be cleaned, balanced and possibly an inch of pitch taken out. CAT and separate surveyor both not very concerned... Ready...Set...GO! Note: I edited the title to read overloaded, as some pointed out, that's not what the tech said. I equated overloaded to be over propped.