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looking for Surveyor in Mystic,CT Area

I am looking for a surveyor in the Mystic, CT area for a 38 foot sailboat. Does anybody have recommendations?
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I would recommend Bill Coble. He is a member of SAMS (National Association of Marine Surveyors). Phone: 401-295-1389 Email: cobleboatsurveys@aol.com

He is located in North Kingstown, RI which is a short drive to Mystic. I had him do a survey and on my 35'' Nicholson and was very pleased with the work. Feel free to email me off line: mhamill@bloomberg.net

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I would recommend Dexter A Holiday, POBox 9201, Noank, CT. (860) 536-8573, Fax (860) 536-6137. The survey he did on my ODAY 28 was thorough and my participation was encouraged. His fees were $16/ft in 2001.
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