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Looking for boat review in Ft Myers, FL

I am looking for someone to take a look at a boat for me in Ft. Myers, FL. Just want a semi-experienced eye to tell me if the photos and description are accurate and if anything terribly wrong stands out.

Depending on the review, I may also be looking for surveyor recommendations in the same area.

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When do you need it done? I am supposed to be back in Ft Myers in the next week or two.

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Be aware that CD's main area of expertise is BBQ grills and not much else...
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Be aware that CD's main area of expertise is BBQ grills and not much else...
That actually works out pretty well as my real goal is finding a large BBQ that floats and has sails!

CD: I'm still working the plan - please let me know when you are in the area and could take a look and we'll see what works.

Anyone have a positive comment on any of the four surveyors that SAMS lists in the area: Ronald Everson, Thomas Laskey, Eugene Sipe, Jr., or Steven Berlin??

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I will give you a heads up when I go down there.

I would use Bobby Brown, Blue Water. I know him personally, have sailed with him offshore, and made sure that he didmy dads boat (Tayana 42).

Good people. Works for you, not the seller or broker. 214-522-3505.

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