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Surveyor in vicinity of Long Beach Is, NJ

Can anyone recommend a surveyor in the vicinity of Long Beach Island, New Jersey. I need a pre-purchase survey.
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I am a marine surveyor in S. Jersey and can assist. Feel free to check my website at:
www.riversidesurveying.com
or call my office toll free at 866.243.1516 to discuss my quailifications.

Good luck!
Kim

Kimberly Horn
Riverside Marine Surveying
866.243.1516 toll free
856.313.9485 mobile
khorn@riversidesurveying.com
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Boat Surveyor near LBI

Might want contact Neil berg. Welcome


Neil is a licensed captain, ASA sailing instructor and Professional Engineer.

Good Luck!
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