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Topic Review (Newest First)
10-14-2010 05:02 PM
speciald Mason is one of the boats mabe by the Taiwan yard, Ta Ching. They also made the Taba, tashiba, Norseman, and Taswell and are one of the best yards in the orient. The boats hold their price well.
10-14-2010 03:59 PM
jaycushman Hi, Eric. Bought a 1985 Mason 33 in October 2007, completed major renovation in July 2008. Spent 16 days solo offshore in June, 2009, and cruised to Nova Scotia double-handed in July 2010. This is a fabulous, sea-kindly vessel that will bring you home safely. Only 27 were built between 1985 and 1987 by PAE. Happy to elaborate. Jay
05-06-2008 12:32 PM
Lion35 JR828, I sent you a PM. The boat in Texas is in very good shape.
05-06-2008 10:56 AM
flyinmike
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Originally Posted by windsaloft View Post
I own a Mason 33 --- LOVE IT for cruising. Happy to share info.
I don't post enough to have an email in my post, but will try it this way: windsaloft at rmisp dot com

Terri
I've got the same problem
so I might as well reply here

The Mason is a beautiful boat for sure
05-05-2008 04:05 PM
JR828 HI, Rob here. Lion 35......... I was reading that you looked at the Mason 33 that is on Lake Texoma in TX. I used to have a boat there and have been keeping my eye on that boat for over a year now. I was wanting to know if it is as clean as it looks in the photos. I am currently drifting whether to buy a lesser boat for lesser money or go for better quality like the Mason. She is pricey for the size and I am a bit concerned hat the 33 is a bit too small and I will grow out of it. I am 6-1 and headroom is a factor. I just was wanting to get your opinion. I asked the broker to send a few more pics a while back but it never happened. Thanks!
04-01-2008 06:36 PM
windsaloft I own a Mason 33 --- LOVE IT for cruising. Happy to share info.
I don't post enough to have an email in my post, but will try it this way: windsaloft at rmisp dot com

Terri
02-19-2008 10:07 PM
Lion35 Roger was very helpful to me as well. Seems like a very straight forward broker and know's the Mason line very well.
02-19-2008 09:27 PM
SailSolomons I'm looking at buying a Mason 44, I've had some very good information from Roger Eide at Alibi Yachts. he's been associated with Masons for a long time and has some good insights. You might like to contact him he's very helpful and knowledgable.
02-17-2008 01:28 PM
JohnRPollard
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In addition to the Mason I am also looking at the CR34 and I just saw a PS32 PH which looked very interesting. Eric
Eric,

There is another gent who checks in here from time to time that owns a PSC PH32. His name is RickBowman. May be worth contacting him for info.

FYI, the PH 32 is the Pilothouse version of our boat, the Crealock 31 (there is a 1' extension at the stern in the PH version, otherwise same hull). Earliest versions had Volvo power, later deliveries had Yanmar.
02-17-2008 01:10 PM
ebornstein Gary
Thanks for the feedback. I would be interested in talking with you. Any additional pictures would be appreciated as well. In addition to the Mason I am also looking at the CR34 and I just saw a PS32 PH which looked very interesting. If you want to send me your phone number I would like to chat.
My email address is ebornstein at yahoo dot com. If you could send the mason pictures that would be great.
best regards,
Eric
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