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jstef
08-22-2000, 12:48 PM
I am seeking the names of some experienced, qualified wooden boat surveyors in the New Haven, Conneticut region. I am in the process of purchasing a 1967, 37 foot Egg Harbor. I am from Pennsylania and am not familiar with the surveyors in the Conneticut region. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.

jstef
08-22-2000, 12:48 PM
I am seeking the names of some experienced, qualified wooden boat surveyors in the New Haven, Conneticut region. I am in the process of purchasing a 1967, 37 foot Egg Harbor. I am from Pennsylania and am not familiar with the surveyors in the Conneticut region. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.

jstef
08-22-2000, 12:48 PM
I am seeking the names of some experienced, qualified wooden boat surveyors in the New Haven, Conneticut region. I am in the process of purchasing a 1967, 37 foot Egg Harbor. I am from Pennsylania and am not familiar with the surveyors in the Conneticut region. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.

Carlsboats
09-20-2000, 12:03 PM
I know of two surveyors in CT. One if Fletcher Ryan, Mystic, tel 860 572-8220. The other is Bill Robbins of New England Marine Surveyors, Clinton, tel. 860 669 4018. Robbins just did a damage evaluation on my wooden 40 foot yawl, to get an estimate of repair costs following a collision during a race, and I got the impression that he knows wooden boats. I do not know about Ryan's experience with wood. My only contact with him was in reference to a glass boat. If neither is the right guy for your needs, I think they will tell you so and point you toward someone else. These fellows all know each other. CARL

Carlsboats
09-20-2000, 12:03 PM
I know of two surveyors in CT. One if Fletcher Ryan, Mystic, tel 860 572-8220. The other is Bill Robbins of New England Marine Surveyors, Clinton, tel. 860 669 4018. Robbins just did a damage evaluation on my wooden 40 foot yawl, to get an estimate of repair costs following a collision during a race, and I got the impression that he knows wooden boats. I do not know about Ryan's experience with wood. My only contact with him was in reference to a glass boat. If neither is the right guy for your needs, I think they will tell you so and point you toward someone else. These fellows all know each other. CARL

Carlsboats
09-20-2000, 12:03 PM
I know of two surveyors in CT. One if Fletcher Ryan, Mystic, tel 860 572-8220. The other is Bill Robbins of New England Marine Surveyors, Clinton, tel. 860 669 4018. Robbins just did a damage evaluation on my wooden 40 foot yawl, to get an estimate of repair costs following a collision during a race, and I got the impression that he knows wooden boats. I do not know about Ryan's experience with wood. My only contact with him was in reference to a glass boat. If neither is the right guy for your needs, I think they will tell you so and point you toward someone else. These fellows all know each other. CARL

Ed Harrow
09-20-2000, 12:39 PM
Can't do better than Paul Haley of GW Full in Marblehead, MA (781-631-4902).

Ed Harrow
09-20-2000, 12:39 PM
Can't do better than Paul Haley of GW Full in Marblehead, MA (781-631-4902).

Ed Harrow
09-20-2000, 12:39 PM
Can't do better than Paul Haley of GW Full in Marblehead, MA (781-631-4902).

Chuck Gullage
10-18-2000, 08:39 PM
You might also try the listings of the National Association of Marine Surveyors -
www.namsurveyors.org (http://www.namsurveyors.org)

Chuck Gullage
10-18-2000, 08:39 PM
You might also try the listings of the National Association of Marine Surveyors -
www.namsurveyors.org (http://www.namsurveyors.org)

Chuck Gullage
10-18-2000, 08:39 PM
You might also try the listings of the National Association of Marine Surveyors -
www.namsurveyors.org (http://www.namsurveyors.org)