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Can anyone recommend a surveyor in the New Bern, NC area? Thanks!
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Surveyor in New Bern, NC

I strongly recommend Rob Eberle, Eberle Marine Services 252 633 4280. Rob is certainly one of the best surveryors, if not the best marine surveyor that I have ever encountered. Rob surveyed a boat for me a few years back and his work was impressive. He is knowledgeable, comes well equipped, and is a no BS sort of a guy. He turned around a very detailed 20 page report with mimimal boiler plate in three days after the two day survey of a complex 38 footer. Please send him my best regards if you call him.

Jeff Halpern.
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