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Need Surveyor for blue water yacht in San-Diego

Hey there iam looking for a very good surveyor in or around San-Diego.Must be experienced in older fiberglass blue water yachts
She is a 1988 model so the tankage could be a problem and that concern's me.
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I asked this one recently and got the following responses. Good luck!Surveyor for San Diego Area
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Snort, you have a good looking head and pretty eyes.
Thanks for the info i will look into it.
cheers. johnny
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Before hiring a surveyor, I'd highly recommend you read the Boat Inspection Trip Tips thread I started, as it will help you determine whether a given boat is even worth going forward with a survey on. This may save you the cost of a survey on boats that aren't worth looking at further.
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Sailingdog,i have read it at least twice, its very very good.
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