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Hi All,

Wonder if anyone can recommend a surveyor for my Albin Vega 27 which is currently at Point Roberts. Need it mostly for insurance.

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Surveys in Pt Roberts are a bit problematic... unless he's truly local. Canadians are reluctant (or not permitted) to work south of the border, and Bellingham/Blaine surveyors have a bit of a drive (and 2 border crossings) unless they can cross over by boat.

You might think about making the 10 nm trek to Bellingham for your survey.
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Thanks Faster,

I have had one Canadian Surveyor say tell me it's not worth the hassle (understandably) and one recommended by the marina out there but have not received a confirmation as yet.

If he doesn't come through I may have to consider your idea.

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Stephen: apparently there's a marine surveyor living in Point Roberts, though he's not always around. He was suggested to me by the folks at the marina. PM me for his contact info.
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....You might think about making the 10 nm trek to Bellingham for your survey.
Actually I meant to say Blaine, it's a bit closer than Bellingham but either would be do-able.
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