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I like the idea. I am the new owner of a 2002 PSC Crealock 37 docked in Noank, CT.
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I like the idea. I have a PSC 37 in SoCal (but headed for the haha & Mexico for the next 6 months or so and then back to Marina Del Rey
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There is such a group in the northwest, but has somewhat fallen apart, check with Tom, at Seacraft.com
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Hello all, My wife Cindy and I are new arrivals to the PSC list. I think it would be a great idea to start a PSC owners assc. We have a PSC 31 which we purchased in Feb 2010. We plan to cruise her begining in about 2.5 years and feel that we could gain a lot by interfacing with other PSC owners. Looking forward to getting to know more of you!
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I think it is a great idea.
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Hello all, My wife Cindy and I are new arrivals to the PSC list. I think it would be a great idea to start a PSC owners assc. We have a PSC 31 which we purchased in Feb 2010. We plan to cruise her begining in about 2.5 years and feel that we could gain a lot by interfacing with other PSC owners. Looking forward to getting to know more of you!
Rick
Rick - Where's your home port?

Bob

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Christmas Cove, Maine
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We are in Sausalito CA.
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We are almost neighbors! Sounds like a good idea. Would be nice to have a current roster of PS boats.

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owner's assn

I too like the idea of an owners assn.In the 19 years that we have owned NiftyNickers we have attended 6 rendezvous including the ones in St.Michaels Md.,Essex Conn,Bristol RI,Solomans MD, Shelter Island,NY and Christmas Cove,ME.All have been terrific and all the participants always had a great time.
If we're anywhere near the get together we will be there.
Another option for location would be the Oriental-Washington NC area perhaps some factory participation would be available.

Dianne and Chuck Burke S/V NiftyNickers C37 #139

home port: Edison, NJ
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I would be happy to participate in a PSC association and would also enjoy getting to know other Great Lakes PSC sailors. Always looking to compare notes!

A while back someone started this site up -- Pacific Seacraft Owners Website. There is a list of PSC owners here. Nonetheless, compared to sailnet.com the traffic is pretty low.
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