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Anyone in South Florida feel like having a peek at a boat for me? Hunter 37 cutter.

The boat is in Key Largo, and I can give you all the marina info, I just thought I'd post it up and see if I can get some better pics and an actual set of eyes on it that belong to someone other than the seller (who doesn't have much in the way of pics, and is in the Bahamas until Tue).

The plan is of course to have it surveyed before I come out, but I just thought I'd ask if anyone wouldn't mind giving it a quick peek first in exchange for a six-pack or somethin', to note anything terribly obvious that that seller may be leaving out.

Here's the ad for the boat in question, "Spritzer"

Of course, I don't mean to impose or ask for a free survey or anything of the like, just lookin' for a small favor, if it's doable. If not, then no worries of course.

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Kris
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There's a thread of peeps who will look at boats local to them but I don't recall the title.
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Top one on this page called "Local Buying Assistance". I would offer help, but am too far away and if you pay my airfare you might as well go yourself!
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aha, thanks! PM's have been sent. *fingers crossed*

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