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I have attempted to share just a few photo's. If anyone needs a specific phot and if I have the photo, I'll send it to you.

Try this:
Windflower at the Factory pictures by kkdtrader - Photobucket
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Congrats Karlin!

She looks amazing and I know she'll be sweet to sail.

I hope to get by there for a quick look before she ships out.
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Very nice

Thanks for sharing!
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I had the pleasure of seeing Windflower too. What a great setup now with the rounded, bronze ports! What are some of the advantages and disadvantages you saw that swayed you over to tiller steering? More cockpit area?

Will you be keeping her in the Washington area any?

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Very nice Karlin, enjoy your new boat!
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Taken any photos since she came home from the factory?
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I must chime in also. It truly is like a new boat and looks beautiful. I surveyed it before and after the factory refit and what a difference! I was pleasantly surprised and it was really fun to see the finished results. It is a real showpiece.
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WIND FLOWER arrived at my warehouse just a couple of days before the holidays and since then has basically been getting visits from varnish pro's, Brian the very insightful surveyor, rigging experts and a few of my friends. Victor Hudson from the PSC factory visited last week to attend to a couple of very minor to-do's. Vic spent a couple of days at the ranch and I did shoot a couple of photo's while he was here and have updated

Windflower at the Factory pictures by kkdtrader - Photobucket

to include two new shots. The first shows WIND FLOWER lettering completed with Vic focused on his task and the other shows Vic feeding donkeys at my ranch.

Alan - Sorry for the delay in responding, my sailing plans could bring me back to your area but for now it is aiming for the Exuma and south. Your area is certainly a beautiful location and a run up the coast would be fun. You certainly have an envious resource with David at Carolina Wind - wish he was in my backyard.

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Wow!
That looks awesome.
I'm so jealous!

Congrats.

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Upadated Photos!

Hoping that all the Pacific Seacraft friends in Little Washington and other related Irene areas are safe and escape any problems.

If you need any details regarding the installations shown in the photos, let me know.

Karlin

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