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Re: cheap survey....

Are you thinking about getting a survey for your boat that you are selling, is it to provide to potential buyers? I don't think I would bother, because it will not hold too much weight as it was done for you. Most will have there own survey by there own person. If you are doing it for insurance, then see who your insurance company accepts. If it is for your own benefit, so you know what might need to be done and a good idea, I would not look for cheap but for through. Biggest issue is I don't think there are going to be any too close to Kingston, so you may pay almost as much in travel as in survey. I had a contact for someone in West Chester, but can''t currently find it.
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Is that your Grampian 30 for sale right now in Kingston? If not, check CL Hudson Valley and you should see one.
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