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Won't this change the name from Pacific Seacraft to Atlantic Seacraft?? LOL
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In any case, I would love to go down there and work for him. It would be great fun.
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Won't this change the name from Pacific Seacraft to Atlantic Seacraft?? LOL
I can see the owner's forums in a few years "is it a Pacific Pacific Seacraft or an Atlantic Pacific Seacraft?"
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Flickas???

Is there any chance he also got the mold for the 20ft Flicka? I have always loved those boats and would like to see them continued to be made. Would be a nice upgrade from our Montgomery 17.
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The molds that were auctioned were Flicka 20 Ft.; Orion 27 Ft.; Pacific Seacraft 31 Ft.; Pacific Seacraft 32 Ft (Pilot House); Pacific
Seacraft 34 Ft.; Pacific Seacraft 37 Ft.; Pacific Seacraft 40 Ft.;
Pacific Seacraft 40 Ft. (Pilot House); Pacific Seacraft 44 Ft.;
Pacific Seacraft 38 Ft. Trawler; Ericson 38 Ft.
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good molds!!

When Pac. Sea Craft made Ericson 38s they were awsome boats, I hope they re commision those again.
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Thanks Sapperwhite

Thanks for the info on what molds they purchased. I really do hope they start producing Flicka's again. I can't think of a more perfect boat for the type of sailing that enjoy. I hope by the time that they do I am in the position that I can make that phone call and tell them to build me one :-) Of course there are some used ones that fall into my price range . . .
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