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post #1 of 4 Old 07-06-2009 Thread Starter
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Owners on Cape Cod

Good evening-

My wife and I are looking at the PSC 34 and 37 models...have found 34s in the Savannah/Jacksonville area but no 37s. Her folks live in Brewster, MA and I was wondering if any 37 owners might be proud enough of their boat to show it off! I want to compare some layout/interior features and have not been able to get on a 37. Hope this isn't too forward a request but we're going to be on the Cape at the end of July/beginning of August and would love to see a 37 up close.

Thank you for any assistance!

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If we're around when you are, you're more than welcome to take a peek at Toodle-oo!

Email me at billbalme att Checon dot com closer to the time of your arrival. Boat is located in Mattapoisett, MA.

Note: we'll be away on her July 17 through August 2nd.

Good luck in your search...

s/v Toodle-oo!
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Crealock 37's are great. Bigger boat, more stable, and more expensive.
Crealock 34's are great. Easier to single hand, parts are less, less room for guest's. Both handle like a dream, and will handle more than you can.
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Come visit

We have a 25 yr old Crealock 37 in Rhode Island. She's in excellent shape, wish I had seen the post sooner, you are welcome to visit and sail, we live aboard her so our sailing season is extended compared to most! Best contact is bn.sailorgirl@gmail.com.
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