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Need surveyor in south of France

Looking at a boat to buy in the Med. Need recommendation for a surveyor in the south of France. Thank you.
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Suggest you try posting http://www.sail-the-world.com/forum/docs/Forum.cfm It''s a French forum for larger sailboat owners/sailors. You may have to register w/them, but that''s no big deal. Hope you parle francais!
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Need surveyor in South of France

To bring this thread up to date it's a good idea to check with a professional body such as The International Institute of Marine Surveyors for approved surveyors who should also be fully insured.

Try Phil Duffy (Interface Marine) who is based near Cannes +33 (0)4 89 80 22 99 very well known on the French and Italian Rivieras.
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