Join Date: Sep 2006
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I don't know the ins and outs of your warranty issue, but some of your characterizations about Saga and PSC are not exactly spot on. Saga is not defunct; it moved to California and is now manufactured along with the PSC line under the same roof and headed up by the same CEO as Saga was. In the U.S. we usually characterize that as a merge, and the implications are usually not negative.
The reasons for that move have been spelled out in a number of articles and news releases in magazines and on the web, mostly having to do with the strength of the Canadian dollar against the U.S. dollar, which may have something to do with the delays you mentioned and the comments by Rick more than 2 years ago.
However, this is now. I am having a boat built by PSC. If you go to Fullerton, as I have, twice, you will see a number of Sagas, as well as PS's being built at any given time. I've found the factory very busy, working two shifts and reportedly turning out record numbers of boats. I have spoken with Robin twice this week. If anyone is experiencing delays in response, I suggest it is due to a group of very busy people trying to turn out boats as fast a possible while keeping unnecessary costs to a minimum. I also suggest that your individual experience does not necessarily extrapolate into presages of demise nor equate to legitimate reasons for anyone to either enter into or avoid doing business with PSC.