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11-02-2009 03:18 PM
Cruisingdad I will pm you my cell phone. We can catch up down there. We will both need the beer!!!

11-02-2009 03:04 PM
MtnMike Thanks Brian,
I talked with Bobby Brown a few times. It turned out that it wouldn't be cost effective to get him over to Mobile. He sure seemed like a nice guy on the phone. It's too bad we couldn't work something out, but it would have cost us double the survey price to get him there. We would have loved to use him.
We ended up hiring Lee Creekmore and are doing the survey on Thursday. He's listed on the SAMS site and has been surveying since at least 1995. Hope it works out well. If the survey goes well, we will be at Turners doing a few upgrades when you come to splash. Stop by and say hi. I'll have some cold beers ready. I need to get a SailNet burgee so you'll know where to find me.
Thanks for the offer to look at the boat for us. Your just getting there a couple of weeks too late. Too bad you couldn't have sold your house quicker!!

11-02-2009 10:45 AM
Cruisingdad Call and use Bobby Brown of Bluewater Surveyors.


He is a friend of mine, has done the survey for Dad's boat (I would use no one else), is a sailor who I have sailed offshore with, etc. He is awesome. Tell him I sent you.

I will be in Mobile (hopefully) Nov 12th-?? getting our boat in and getting her ready to go offshore. I would be happy to look at her too if you want. I will be at Turner Marine, it appears.

- Brian
11-01-2009 12:53 PM
Mobile, AL Surveyor

Looking for a recommendation for a surveyor in Mobile, AL I've talked to a couple of them but would rather have a recommendation from someone that has used someone in the area. I've been leaning towards a fellow named Lee Creekmore. Has anyone used or heard of him? Any info. would help.


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