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Did a search on Sailnet and found some info on potential surveyors in the Boston/North Shore area. Looking for specifcally one familiar with Pearson boats vintage late 70's/early 30's. Boat in question is a P 10M. Any recommendations?

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I used Joe Dulpin Jr. He did an excellent job. If you need his number contact me at ericalexandervos2@hotmail.com.
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Both here and private. I ended up using Peter Hunt. He was very thorough and explained things well. His approach was to do a section at a time (foredeck, mid deck, cockpit, engine, etc.) make notes, then review with me. I generally kept out of his way unless he pointed something out or I had a specific question. The things that he did find he explained how severe, whether it should be a deal killer, suggested time frame for fixing, and an approach, material to fix, etc. Final result was a 15 page document with descriptive text and bulletized highlights.

No major deal killers but a couple of safety things that the seller easily and quickly fixed.

Tomorrow is the first sail under the new owners. We invited the previous owner to show us the ropes.

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When do you close on the new boat??? and what did you buy??

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The Deed is Done

Closed Officially today. We purchased a Pearson 10M 1979 vintage located in Marblehead, MA.

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