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Bob Perry has recently made reference to the fact that a new large PSC is in the works. Anyone have any details?
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Bob Perry has recently made reference to the fact that a new large PSC is in the works. Anyone have any details?
Bob mentioned that they were talking with Pacific Seacraft about having them build a one-off custom boat that he has designed. The last I heard they were only in the early talking stages. He also said that if PSC was interested in making more of them, he would be open to having that discussion.

Here's a link to the Sailing Anarchy discussion, and some drawings of the boat:
Pacific Seacraft - Sailing Anarchy Forums

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Sure hope he modifies that rudder....

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In that thread, Bob Perry said:
We probably will have to move the jib tracks aft for the sloop rig and we can get rid of the winches on th PH top but Sons was working fast so we could get an idea of what it would. We could even get the backstay of the damn davits and taken them to the transom corners.

I am a bit partial to this design myself. It sure would be fun to see what PSC could do with the build. They might be too busy with their own new bigger model though.
That seems to suggest PSC is working on their own larger project, aside from any work they may do with Bob.


...Not that I'm in the market for a new boat. My current PSC 37 is suiting me just fine!


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"Don't forget, this design was never intended to be a PSC. After the client had some discussions with them it was decided that they would prepare a bid to build this boat as a one off. Of course if during the process the design did manage to become a PSC I'd be happy but that was never the intention and not the current plan. They have their own big boat project going." BP
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They have their own big boat project going.
Interesting! I do recall that before the bankruptcy PSC was talking about a 50-foot (or was it larger?) Crealock design. I can't find any references to it though. Note that this was not the Perry-designed PSC-377.

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Paul,

The 377 was a Crealock design, and then later, once the Saga folks took over, Bob Perry designed the P-38 for them (LOA 41.9; LOD 38.5). Neither were built, although some mock-ups of the 377 were constructed. I for one would like to see the P-38 in production.
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