Alan at SailCraft hould be able to recommend a surveyor. I know at least one of the guys at the yard is a surveyor and I have met him and he strikes me as solid. He may also be able to recomend a delivery captain.
It cost me $5600 to truck Whampoa (40', 30,000 lbs, 50' mast) back from the northwest about 90 miles north of Seattle. I had no special permit needs.
I did the prep in terms of derigging the boat and the the yard costs to pull the mast, power wash the bottom, and assistance with the loading at the yard cost me about $500 including the travel lift time and yard labor. I pulled all the stays off for transport but you might be able to simply shrink wrap the with some padding and save some labor at each end. I am told folks do that frequently. As I have a wooden spar, I did not want to beat it to death with stays over the 3000" mile trip across country.
On the receiving end, it cost me another $500 - $750 to have the boat offloaded, 2 coats of new bottom paint applied and the boat re-launched, the mast restepped and rig re-adjusted after I refinished it.
Sailcraft has the equipment to unstep the mast and load the boat on the truck for you if that is the course you decide on.
Camaraderies's suggested stops look reasonable. My conservative suggestions were based on your experience level, wx this time of year, and the route.
What ever you decide on, enjoy your new boat.