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There is a companionway to the pilot house from the aft cockpit and you can walk thru from the salon. The pilot house is really the owner's stateroom. Print the drawing out. I think you wil see the details of the layout better that way.

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Jeez Bob that's a freakin' beauty! And I would definitely say that's one pimpin' galley.

I sailed on my first PSC 37 Crealock this past summer in an off-shore race. Those guys build a very nice boat.

I can't wait to see pics of the construction.


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Boat: Of course I am aware of that but in this case the client gave me the all clear to leave his name on the drawings Monday morning. It was his idea.
Fantastic. Thank Mr. Serini for sharing this with us.
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The engine appears level is that done in the gear box ?

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The ZF gearbox has an 8 degree down angle so I can mount the engine level. I like it level. Not sure why, just looks right.

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I like level much better as my motor is at 15.5 degrees and you can only use 3 quarts of oil

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Most engine manufacturers give you a max angle for installation and it's generally 12 degrees.

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First ever post to you Bob. I've worked on production and some custom tooling in my previous life, involved from the ground up to sea trials. I remember how rewarding it is to work with the client, designer, engineeer and conducting trials. Congratulations on executing another handsome design. Nice to know there are still customers out there that put form, function and finesse before price.
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Yes, it is amazing that there are still some clients for "normal size range" cruising boats. I was very lucky to link up with Mr. Serrini. In many ways.

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