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Boat surveyor near Port Charlotte, Florida

Hello,
Anyone have a name of a good surveyor around Port Charlotte, FL? I'm a first time buyer looking at a 27 foot Vancouver in that area. Thanks
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No advice?
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I'm 4 hours away , but could work something out. Contact info can be found at my website, www.seaworthysolutions.net , Scott
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Thanks for the reply xsboats. I found someone a little closer.
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