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Yep, I reckon (as do others) that you're pretty much stuck with that one. As Faster said the surveyor would wrap his agreement up in discalimers and the seller probably wasn't asked if the hull is cored or not.
Sorry to continue the trend but . . . . suck it up, fix the boat as best you can and if still not happy, try to find a survyor for the next owner who doesn't spot the cored hull either.
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