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I had a PDQ 32 (very similar )surveyed in Deltaville ~ 14 months ago.
Originally Posted by danielgoldberg
As some of you may recall, my buddy was looking at a Gemini and I went to see it with him. He's now reached agreement on price with the seller and has a contract. He needs a surveyor, and assuming the sale goes through after survey and sea trial, he needs a recommendation of a good yard that's fair, honest and reasonably priced, particularly considering that he's going to be dealing with all this stuff long distance.
So with that, can anyone make recommendations of a surveyor and yard in Deltaville? Keep in mind that it's a Gemini, so a surveyor and yard experienced with cats could be useful (the yard work he wants is not really cat specific, so it's less of an issue there).
Also, is there a size limit on the dink they can get in terms of the amount of room between the hulls for use with the davits?
I was pleased with the work.
John L. Schnoering
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The yard was Gratitude and there were no surprises, but all they did was haul and clean. They do have a lift wide enough for the Gemini.
Re. the dink, don't know. A PDQ is wider. However, I think they carry it above the hulls, no?
He really should be asking on the Gemini Yahoo group - he'll find it someday anyway.
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