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Smile A Good Sailboat Surveyor in Daytona?

Does anyone have a strong positive opinion on a good marine surveyor for an older sailboat in the Daytona area?

How about a good rigger?

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In Florida i'd try Dave Pascoe, the guy from www.yachtsurvey.com. He certainly is expert and experienced, if somewhat opinionated. I suspect he may be more expensive than some alternatives, but IMHO I believe an 'expensive" but expert survey is the best purchase you'll ever make for your boating experience.

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In Florida i'd try Dave Pascoe, the guy from www.yachtsurvey.com. He certainly is expert and experienced, if somewhat opinionated. I suspect he may be more expensive than some alternatives, but IMHO I believe an 'expensive" but expert survey is the best purchase you'll ever make for your boating experience.

Good luck.

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