Join Date: Jan 2008
Location: Ontario Canada
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Here is where I am getting iffy, I know the value of a survey when looking for potential problems. My issue is that I am looking at paying $1,000 for a survey on a $5,600 boat. If I was buying a $40,000 boat I would see the value. As it is now it just seems excessive. The point of the survey is to find things that are wrong and negotiate with the seller to find a happy medium. Don't get me wrong, I would fully intend to have someone go over the boat to help find the issues and get them fixed but that can wait till spring.
If understand what you are saying but you may find when you go to put insurance on the boat that they will require a recent survey.
My two cents
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