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Old 10-29-2009
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Before hiring a surveyor, read the Boat Inspection Trip Tips thread I started, as it will help you determine whether this boat is even worth going forward on, saving you the price of a survey on boats that aren't worth looking at further.
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Originally Posted by Shipislandpirate View Post
Hey all....I am Looking for a Boat Inspector ie: someone more knowledgeable than me" to view a potential purchase with me....the boat has a couple of strange issues....The boat is located in Cedarville, Mi....Was thinking maybe this saturday on a trip up north...I will be coming from the Grand Rapids, Mi area....Any ideas or suggestions.....

John
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