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surveyor recomendation for North Carolina

Going to try to buy a boat in this area and does anybody have a surveyor that they are happy with?
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I can recommend Rob Eberle, New Bern, N.C..
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Where in NC
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B&B Yacht Designs did mine last fall. I believe they did a very good job at a very reasonable price.

Bert Quay also has a good reputation. He would probably be available for the New Bern, Oriental, Washington, and Morehead City-Beaufort area.

What area of NC are you looking at boats in?
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In the Oriental area. Thanks for the information.j.
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I'll second the recommendation of Rob Eberle.
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In the Oriental area. Thanks for the information.j.
Any of these 3 could do a survey in Oriental. Good luck.
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Rob Eberle is very good.
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