High-speed vessels for sale and purchase represent many legal and practical challenges. However, careful planning and execution could help address many of these challenges. Do not hesitate to negotiate what you deem important and make the necessary revision of the agreement accordingly. There are differences in these clauses and vary considerably depending on the circumstances applied. If the buyer is satisfied with the condition of the vessel, the contract may contain the clause that the sale is complete and final and that there is no right of inspection. However, in the case of larger or classified ships equipped with special equipment, the buyer has the right to inspect the ship and its class records and, if he is not satisfied with the condition of the ship, he may terminate the contract and receive the deposit paid or demand an adjustment of prices. . . .