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Re: 10K$ boat --- Are Insurance and Survey REALLY mandatory?

sailingdog's Boat Inspection Trip Tips, to give you a start. If you do get a survey, be there and ask questions about anything you don't understand or think needs attention.

There are a lot of clever, helpful folk here, but they need information to help you. The more you can tell what you know & have done, and the more specific your question, the more on-target the response you'll receive.

Smart Questions is about computers, but through reading it you can get an idea of what I mean.

If you want to search this site for something (most topics have been covered, some several times), use this format in your search engine window:

"boat survey" /site:http://www.sailnet.com/forums/

1) Use the quote-marks or you'll get random hits on individual words in the search phrase.

2) No {space} between "/site:" and "http...."

Good luck!
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