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Old 25-09-2011, 01:38   #1
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If it's Better to Buy Through a Broker-to-Broker Arrangement, I Need a Broker

The other day as I was going complaining about my experience with a st Martin broker. Someone said something like, some times it is better to let another broker deal with that other broker.

Well, my post was deleted due to my complaints with that especific broker in St Martin, and so I lost the reference of the broker that someone mentioned.

I need a caribbean specialized broker on medium sized cats. If anybody can help me with this I'd appreciate it.
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Re: If it's Better to Buy Through a Broker-to-Broker Arrangement, I Need a Broker

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The other day as I was going complaining about my experience with a st Martin broker. Someone said something like, some times it is better to let another broker deal with that other broker.

Well, my post was deleted due to my complaints with that especific broker in St Martin, and so I lost the reference of the broker that someone mentioned.

I need a caribbean specialized broker on medium sized cats. If anybody can help me with this I'd appreciate it.
try kevin@edwardsyachtsales.com he has a lot of listings and knows lots about cats,also good at his job and very honest.I have dealt with him and highly recommend his services,hope this helps .
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Re: If it's Better to Buy Through a Broker-to-Broker Arrangement, I Need a Broker

Where are you located ? That might help. We bought last year and we had a broker represent us on our cat purchase, we never saw the sellers broker he was in Death Valley on vacation. Our broker traveled from Seattle to San Diago and stayed around for about 4 days to go thru the survey and test sail and the completion of the sale. His name is Mathew Dunning and owns North West Multi-hulls and is a part of The Multi-hull Co which has offices all over and definately in Fla and BVI. If all there brokers do as good as Mathew you'll be getting first class treatment.
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Re: If it's Better to Buy Through a Broker-to-Broker Arrangement, I Need a Broker

Try Peter Cohen at Caribbean Multihulls Peter@Caribbean-Multihulls.com he is very good to deal with.
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I would also recommend Mathew Dunning wih the Mult Hull Co
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