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My vote is that it's a Crealock design, and that it looks pretty PSC-like. And though it is reminiscent of a Seaward, they do not have canoe sterns.
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It is hard to tell for certain without more pictures. I would say it looks like A Pacific Seacraft 31 to me. I agree with the Bill Crealock idea.
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I'm saying some sort of modified PSC.
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My guess, Hans Christian.
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She would look to be a Dana 24, see http://yachtworld.com/core/listing/b...ick&searchtype= for an example.
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PS Orion maybe - the bow and ports are the same
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She would look to be a Dana 24, see http://yachtworld.com/core/listing/b...ick&searchtype= for an example.
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PS Orion maybe - the bow and ports are the same
I can guarantee with 100% certainty that she is no Orion(see my avatar). Orions, Flickas, Mariahs, and PSC 25s all have a planking detail molded into the hull, almost like lapstrake. The only non-Crealock PSC with canoe sterns are the 25 and Mariah.

The thing that looks PSC about her most is the cockpit and cabintop. No PSC has that bow, unless someone drastically modified her.
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Maybe a Morris Leigh?
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First glance thought it was Mariah. It's possible the bow sprit was damaged and replaced.
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