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Old 25-06-2015, 19:21   #1
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We will be in Miami for a couple of days in late October and would like to know the name of a good broker to work with. We are looking for used Sailboats. Thanks for your help!

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Old 25-06-2015, 19:53   #2
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Bob brokaw in san diego looked after us. We flew him to seattle to finalize our purchase.

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Re: Broker Input

When we bought SoulMates we used Ted Novakowski of Sound Yachts in Westbrook, Ct but he also has a Miami office. Ted is first class and when we have really technical questions about what to put on our boat we talk with Ted and he is always helpful. Without his assistance we would not be cruising now.

Also try Dave Dodgen of Florida Yacht. Met him but never worked with him but seemed to know his stuff.
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Greetings and welcome aboard the CF, Steve.

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