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looking for a marine surveyor mid-Cape Cod

hello,

anyone would recommend a marine surveyor to run a pre purchase survey on a 1984 30 feet sailboat? The boat is in the water mid Cape Cod.
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You will generally want a surveyor associated with NAMS or SAMS. See these links for their listings of surveyors:

SAMS

NAMS
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I don't know if mid-Cape is too far away for him, or not, but this guy is definitely worth a call: Peter Hunt, AMS – Society of Accredited Marine Surveyors #698, Norton, Mass. 02766 (508)285-4984.

He did a great job with my 1984 O'Day 26, very thorough, good to work with. His report was comprehensive and very useful for both insurance purposes, but also for giving me a blue print of what I needed to do "now", what can be done "later", etc.

Other folks here on Sailnet have used him, and were also very pleased.

Bottom line, he's a great guy, and very knowledgeable.
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