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south coast pacific seacraft

nearby to me is a south coast pacific seacraft,its about 24-26 ft long and has a center cockpit,outboard kicker and a cabin mounted mast,does any sailneter's know anything about this particular model,i'm guessing the length because its in a big tangle of briars,what indeed is its length?i'm mostly interested in the trailor.thanks
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by the way i'm also guessing it a mid to late seventys vintage
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There is a South Coast 26 that had a center cockpit from that era. Don't think it had anything to do with PS though.
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thanks tc,i'm almost sure it has an emblem with the words south coast pacific seacraft,i've been looking online but so far no luck
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The builder was South Coast Seacraft (not PS) Did it look like this.
SOUTH COAST 26 Sailboat details on sailboatdata.com
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yup,i think thats it,the length,keel and beam etc looks about right,thanks again
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