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Old 06-27-2007, 06:49 AM
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Is there anyone around the Ft. Myers area that could possible do a boat survey for me? I know there is Ed and I'll try getting in touch with him.

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My Father is the service manager at Gulf X marina on Fort Myers Beach. They have been known to do survey's for people. If you want his number let me know.
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Tom is in the boat sales business and located in Fort Myers Beach. Megabyte*3 on the board. He is also an active participant in our Fort Myers Offshore Fun Run's.



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Call Ed Cozzi @ 954 895 4633 !
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Thanks guys.

Ok next question. I don't want to offend anyone so do you tell the salesperson you are going to have a survey done on the boat or does the person the is doing the survey just walk in and do his thing. Never had a servey done on a boat so not know the correct way of going about it.

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Thanks guys.

Ok next question. I don't want to offend anyone so do you tell the salesperson you are going to have a survey done on the boat or does the person the is doing the survey just walk in and do his thing. Never had a servey done on a boat so not know the correct way of going about it.

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I would let them know for sure. Usually when I do a deal I will agree on a price the the sales person and then say that it is pending Survey and Sea Trial. Then I just have the survey company call the dealer and schdule the rest.
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Absolutely let the sales person know you are having a survey done. It is expected.

SAMS accredited surveyor in the Fort Myers area: Steve Berlin, Independent Marine Surveyors 239-466-7560 I have used Steve on my personal boat purchases.

What are you buying? I hope all goes well for you.

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It's a 2005 Baja 275. Here is a link if it works.

http://www.offshoreonlyclassifieds.c...o15258-en.html

I know he is going to send me an agreement and then I'll sign and then I'll write on there about a survey. I'll also e-mail now and see if he gets it before he sends me the agreement.

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