The damage was not noticed at first, when, I walked out after feeling shocked by the impact. I was grieved not even a marinera was called to aid the other vessels mooring before the collision occurred.
The owner of the colliding vessel told me: "There was no damage. No need for alarm."
I was slightly startled but had helped the crew depart, holding their vessel away from TandEadapt during their setting off earlier that morning, in similar gusts. Seeing the crew was not hurt after the collision, I didn't show concern of TandEadapts condition.
It was the following day, updating the Flybridge of TandEadapt, the Scuff became apparent. The owner had left their yacht at that time and I was forced to engage in the compensation of damages through the Marina Reception staff.
The receptionist told me: "The owner has said he is away and that you had not pointed out any damage at the time of the incident."
Now Scuff mars not only the hull of TandEadapt but the decorum of civility with a Scuffle. I had avoided calling in the Marina Captain, explaining: I understood it was not perhaps noticeable, however, it was clearly a hit from a yacht berthed on TandEadapt's port beam. Which only left his vessel as the cause of it.
The wood needs to be treated before rot sets in and the hull needs to be repolished.