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Looks like I'll be spending the majority of my time in NC, so anything from Beaufort/Morehead City to the VA line, I can probably do. I'm mostly on the Nuese, from New Bern to Oriental.
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Glad to take a look on St Thomas. Might be willing to go to St John. Tortola if you kick in for the ferry ride.
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boat inspection assistance

also Id like to volunteer to check out boats in the south alabama /northwest florida area(although my boatchecking credentials are minimal)
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Elizabeth City NC and many miles in any direction

I live in E-city but I travel a lot. I spend lots of weekend camping and road-tripping wit my son so there is no place for a couple hundred miles in Eastern NC and the Chespeake that i would not be willing to go

I don't have a lot of boat expertise but I'm a full time technical photographer. i can bring back crystal clear photos of any object anywhere under any conditions.

Any excuse to wander around a boat yard.
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Would be glad to help in any area north of Annapolis. I was in training
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