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Hello, I am a first time buyer and would like
recommandations for surveyors in the Connecticut area.

Thanks Jim,
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I had a good experience with Jim Dias. He advertises in the back of Soundings Magazine.
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I''ve had 3 boats surveyed recently. The best surveyor - head & shoulders above the other 2 - was Phil Gaudreau of Allpoint Marine, Durham, CT 860-349-1956. He spent all day on a 27 footer. Can''t say enough good things about his work. His weak area is rigging. Contact me if you have any questions.
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Hello,

I had a survey done a few weeks ago by Jan Muntz of Muntz Marine Surveyors. He was absolutely great! Jan wanted me to participate, took his time, showed me everything and explained WHY he was doing what he did. His web site is

http://www.muntzmarinesurveyors.com/

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