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josrulz 10-22-2008 02:19 AM

Surveyor recommendation needed - MD eastern shore
 
Hi all,
I've searched through the archives, but figured I'd ask for a few new recommendations as well. I'm looking for a surveyor on the Eastern Shore of MD (or is willing to travel there). Experience and being incredibly thorough is most important to me, and I really appreciate a surveyor who will go aloft to check out the standing rigging, as well as being good at evaluating diesel engines (even if they are not official an engine surveyor). Of course this may be a tall order, but I'm hoping someone here has a recommedation or two.
Thanks!
-J

WouldaShoulda 10-22-2008 04:19 PM

There's one in Rock Hall and another in St. Michaels on this list...

BoatUS: Marine Insurance - Northern Chesapeake

JHJensen 10-22-2008 04:31 PM

NAMSGlobal | An International Association of Marine Surveyors National Assoc of Marine Surveyors

Also SAMS The Society of Accredited Marine Surveyors, Inc.® - (SAMS®)

camaraderie 10-22-2008 10:27 PM

Ted Wagner has a very good rep though I have not used him myself.
He is on the Eastern Shore.
Contact Wagner Marine Surveying

lassrl 10-22-2008 11:49 PM

Gale Browning with Hartoft Marine survey. Awesome survey for my purchase in August. Extremely thorough and knowledgable.

hartoftmarinesurvey.com

josrulz 10-23-2008 10:26 PM

Thanks everyone!

chef2sail 10-23-2008 11:02 PM

I have used David Manning out of Annapolis twice,,,hes awesome...up the mast,,,down the lazzerettes. he fits into many a space and is very thorough. Also has experience in engine work

410-263-5852/ fax 410-268-3183

josrulz 10-26-2008 06:03 PM

Thanks chef3sail. I've heard David's name a few times now. Appreciate the rec.
-J

PalmettoSailor 10-27-2008 01:38 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by josrulz (Post 390689)
Thanks chef3sail. I've heard David's name a few times now. Appreciate the rec.
-J

Just as an FYI, Gale Browning doesn't go aloft. Hornor and Manning were the only two I spoke to that would go aloft as a matter of course.

The yard where the boat we purchased was located would not allow Mr. Manning to go aloft though. Said their insurance prohibited it, unless I hired a lift, so I didn't get the full inspection I wanted, but we bought the boat anyway.


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