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Need insurance survey - Port Washington -- recommendations?

My boat has come up for a regular insurance survey. Does anyone know a good, relatively inexpensive, surveyor in the Long Island area?

While not due until the end of next month, we are on the hard until Monday morning, so this is a good time to get this done.

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Re: Need insurance survey - Port Washington -- recommendations?

4-5 years ago used McGoldrick Marine Surveying...Kevin McGoldrick
(631-661-2527) from Babylon for insurance survey.
Good but did cost about $500. for my 30 fter. Don't know if
would be open to discuss cost?
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