Hello, my name is XXXXX XXXXX it is my pleasure to assist you with your question today. When did you buy the yacht?
Thank you. The issue here is that the law (Sale of Goods Act 1979) entitles you to reject the goods and request a refund, or to ask for a repair/replacement. If you did not want the yacht due to the problems, then you should have rejected it straight away and asked for a refund, however by agreeing to have the repairs done you have accepted the yacht and have opted for the other options, those being a repair or replacement. The repairs have now been completed and from what I understand the yacht is in full working order so the main issues that remain are mainly of a cosmetic nature. The law does not directly deal with such problems because all you are entitled to is to get the repairs undertaken, which has happened. So from a legal point of view it may not be easy to claim these, but you could certainly approach the seller and negotiate with them over a discount on the purchase price due to these issues that have resulted from the repairs. This is mainly going to be a customer satisfaction issue for them though rather than a strict legal obligation
you are most welcome