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Old 08-27-2012
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Pacific Seacraft 32 Pilot House

Tried to find an owner from old post without success. Does anyone own one? Would you mind if I called you and asked you some questions about the boat? Gettting down to the point of purchasing a boat and would like to get some first hand experiemnce.

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There is a well loved PSC pilot house at our marina called "Enjoy".
Barkers Island Marina, Superior, WI. I thought it was a 31, but may be a 32. They are rare boats. I am sure the marina will pass on your email address - Google "Barkers Island Marina" for contact details.
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Re: Pacific Seacraft 32 Pilot House

I finally got on one of these, Nice boat, but not big enough to live on and sail for a couple. My perspective.

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Re: Pacific Seacraft 32 Pilot House

Are you living aboard anything now ?

32 seems to be a little small for some couples. I can see that. However, the cost of maintance, slip fees, yada yada yada goes way up, just adding a few feet. Ease of sailing also goes down, along with the chore of getting in and out of your slip. Using a trailer, going much above a 32 and you go from trailerable to transportable. Different ballgame.
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Re: Pacific Seacraft 32 Pilot House

I am in the final stages of purchasing an IP35. We looked at it right after we looked at the PS32. The difference was dramatic.

We will be living aboard. All boats are a compromise. This boat looks like it will work for us. I definitely was aware of the size/cost/operable ratio.

The broker who showed us the PS 32 was a big guy. I noticed how quickly he got in and sat down out of the way. For my wife and I to move around, someone had to move to a space so the other could pass. Was not going to work.

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Re: Pacific Seacraft 32 Pilot House

Nice information thanks for sharing....
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