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Old 06-13-2019, 11:58 AM
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Looking for recommendations for a good surveyor for a Regulator center console in the Danversport area. Twin Yamaha outboards. Thanks.
Old 06-13-2019, 01:26 PM
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Patrick Goodrow..solid guy

High Tech Marine Surveys
85 Humphrey Street Marblehead MA 01945
mailtogoodrow@gmail.com 781-290-6782 Fax 781-639-8141 hightechmarinesurveys.com
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Is it at the Danversport marina? I will be there all weekend if you need a second opinion.
Do a search in the NE area, this has been discussed many many times.

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Old 06-13-2019, 07:25 PM
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Originally Posted by Docpk View Post
Looking for recommendations for a good surveyor for a Regulator center console in the Danversport area. Twin Yamaha outboards. Thanks.
do you already have a mechanic lined up to inspect the yamahas?

you dont need a surveyor specific for a regulator....but do research on the particular model/year and see what known issues there are and ask the surveyor to check during survey if you are not capable.

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What year is it?They had some problems and the years would narrow it down.Ive had two of them both 26’s.
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Spend the extra money and have a mechanic go over the engines and pull the codes on them, highly prefer a Yamaha Certified guy. It will cost you some money but it’s cheep insurance I’ve bought and sold a number of boats and one time was burned on some engines that needed work soon after I bought the boat. If I was not penny wise pound foolish I would have saved a couple of grand.

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