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I will be taking the initial preliminary look at this type of boat and would appreciate any specific areas or things to pay particular attention to. I will be having a survey performed but would like to avoid having him point out the obvious if I can identify it first and potentially eliminate a boat from consideration that is not worth putting the cost of a survey into. I will be sinking enough into what ever boat I do wind up purchasing and would like to start off on the right foot
I would greatly appreciate any things that folks have seen affecting this type of boat over the years.
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I would highly recommend you read the Boat Inspection Trip Tips thread I started earlier this year. Can't say anything specific to the Allied Princess, but it does have a lot of good info in the thread. Also, recommend you read the POST in my signature to help you get the most of your time here. Welcome to the Asylum.
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