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Cabo Rico don't have canoed sterns though.
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Cabo Rico don't have canoed sterns though.
Hmm, well it does help if you read the entire post I guess. Stupid Wombat.

Did Crealock do anything smaller than 34' with a canoe stern ? (and I don't think it's a Westail unless it has a modified bow.)
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Hmm, well it does help if you read the entire post I guess. Stupid Wombat.

Did Crealock do anything smaller than 34' with a canoe stern ?
Westsail 32, but thats not one of them.

well in part......he did some of the westsail 32, but not the hull

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It looks ALMOST like a Pacific Seacraft Mariah (PS31). It has to be a Crealock design of some sort.
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It looks ALMOST like a Pacific Seacraft Mariah (PS31). It has to be a Crealock design of some sort.
Its not a Mariah. The Mariah has the same bow as I do, I just don't have the canoe stern.

It might be an Atkin
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It looks to me like a Seaward--similar style, lines, colours, etc.
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I first thought a PS 34..edit.. but it has 4 ports not 5.
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I think it is a 32' Seaward
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I first thought a PS 34..edit.. but it has 4 ports not 5.
And no PSC has that bow.
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I will see the boat again on Thursday and ask the owner...
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