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Atlantic Seacraft!

http://www.carolinacurrents.com/detail.php?534

So does this mean that the company will now be called Atlantic Seacraft??

What of the 377 / P38?

One encouraging part of this article is their intention to work on a new marketing plan. There is so much more that could be done there.. especially online. I wonder how to get a hold of them; I tried to talk to the Poole team about it, but they were too busy taking things apart. Yet this company can easily triple its brand recognition and cultivate its cult-like following, if they engaged their owners and other admirers. Which can only really be done on the web..

Anyway, I am rambling.
I am happy about this news though..

Perhaps they'll bring the 377 back. Stick one of those Shannon "scutter" rigs on that and you have my next boat. The P38 is too wishy-washy I think..
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