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i DID IT , I HAD A WEAK MOMENT AND JUST SENT MY DEPOSITS TO MR BRODIE AND COMPANY FOR PS 31 HULL #130. DELIVERY DATE IS SEPT 18 .
PLEASE TELL ME THE THAT WHAT I HAVE HEARD AND READ ABOUT THESE BOATS IS TRUE ...
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Mike,
I think that the only thing wrong with your boat order is that you have to wait until September!

We've owned Pacific Seacraft boats since 1983, and each has been wonderful. Sold our 23-year old PSC 37 for more than we paid for her new--and then bought another PSC boat.

I predict you are about to be a very happy man.

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Mike,

Your new '31 is very nearly as good as my '88. That makes it the second best boat in the world. What's there to worry about a boat that can go anywhere in the world and last forever?

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i DID IT , I HAD A WEAK MOMENT AND JUST SENT MY DEPOSITS TO MR BRODIE AND COMPANY FOR PS 31 HULL #130. DELIVERY DATE IS SEPT 18 .
PLEASE TELL ME THE THAT WHAT I HAVE HEARD AND READ ABOUT THESE BOATS IS TRUE ...
mike
Congratulations!!

I think you'll like this boat.

One suggestion: Even if you're not planning to sail as a cutter, have them install all the necessary deck hardware in case you change your mind down the road. It's much easier for them to do it at the factory than for you to do it later on.
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It will have all hardware for cutter
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TEXASMIKE:

Welcome to the family. You will love it.
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You will love it. Have had #56 for the past 8 years and couldn't imagine having a different vessel.
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Hi Mike,
Congratulations on your new boat, you must be walking on air right now. This is our first season with our PSC 31 and the boat has far exceeded all of our expectations. We are amazed at how well the boat tracks when sailing to weather. Ours is a cutter but we are sailing her as a sloop for the first season before we decide on how to rig the inner forestay and staysail. That is a topic for another day.
I'm sure that the folks at the "new" PSC will take great care of you.
You absolutely made the right decision, I know that we did.
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