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Surveyor in Pensacola?

Hello - Does anyone know of a good marine surveyor in Pensacola, Fl?

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ajacks
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Surveyor in Pensacola?

We used a surveyor recently who I believe is based in that neck of the woods and he was GREAT. Very thorough.
Jack Allinson
http://www.allinson.com/

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Surveyor in Pensacola?

Hi Saltydawg - Thank you for the suggestion. I looked on his site and he is based out of Jacksonville so it would be vary spendy to have him come to Pensacola. I think I will keep poking around.

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Surveyor in Pensacola?

I am not sure what his exact policy is... but he made the trek to Ft. Lauderdale for us and although his flat rate overall is a bit higher than some others, he didn''t charge us any travel expenses (and he has lots of cool toys) and did a great job. Just a thought.
Best of luck to you.
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