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Hi all, I have made an offer on a beautiful '88 Catalina 36. Now I need to find a reputable and reliable surveyor in Long Beach, CA. While we're at it, how about a good yard to haul out at?

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In December 2009, I used James Wallace with good results.

Phone: 562-439-9796
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Thanks, Dulcitea. I have him booked for a survey in another couple of weeks. Is that the name of your boat? I will tell him you referred me if you give me more info.

Thanks again, Bill
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Re: Good Surveyor in Long Beach, CA

Hey Bill
I'm looking for a surveyor in Long Beach, were you happy with James Wallace?
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Re: Good Surveyor in Long Beach, CA

He was okay, but he missed a few things. *I guess they all miss things, so follow your surveyor around.

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