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Be sure you ask to see the survey before you decide on the boat and before you add it to your list to visit. A survey can save you a lot of wasted time. You may find certain boats show and photo well but have buried troubles. Yachtworld was able to send me pdf documents of surveys on file.
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Be sure you ask to see the survey before you decide on the boat and before you add it to your list to visit. A survey can save you a lot of wasted time. You may find certain boats show and photo well but have buried troubles. Yachtworld was able to send me pdf documents of surveys on file.
Good idea, lot of vessels for sale will have a survey "on file" with the broker. You may need another on if it is older or if you are not able to trust the source of the survey...
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For the Caribbean area I can recommend choosing BVI Yacht Sales (BVI Yacht Sales Ltd.) with hesitation. They not only have a lot of their own boats listed but have good connections all around the BVI/USVI and down island. They would make a good buyer's broker as well. If you are interested in further information, just PM me.
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Agree with the recommendation of BVI Yacht Sales. Call Keith Simpso at 284-494-3260.
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