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Great year, you're right, I would add a blisterless one I was looking for PS34 when came across mine six years back. No regrets of course. I would suggest we start a forum where different PS owners would invite each other for a weekend of sailing on their respective bodies of water. Could be fun. Any thoughts?
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Good to see other GA sailors here! Welcome!
Hi Y'all then! We sailed a couple of years ago up your river to Savannah.
Meeting with those conteiner ships and freighters coming around the bend felt like being in a locker room with basketball players. I am sure you know the feeling.

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Hey Dave... I'll add you to the list.

You're one of my heros by the way... I really enjoyed looking at your website when I was contemplating purchasing at PSC34.

Bob
Thanks Bob. We're glad you like the site.

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Re: What do you think about starting a Pacific Seacraft Owner's Association?

Bob, I lost your contact info, sorry. Please send an email with contact info. Mark s/v Tully Mars. Pcs 34. Regarding owners group. Thxs
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Re: What do you think about starting a Pacific Seacraft Owner's Association?

We would be interested too. The crew of Pegasus, Sturgeon Bay, WI
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Re: What do you think about starting a Pacific Seacraft Owner's Association?

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Bob, I lost your contact info, sorry. Please send an email with contact info. Mark s/v Tully Mars. Pcs 34. Regarding owners group. Thxs
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Re: What do you think about starting a Pacific Seacraft Owner's Association?

Most summers, the Seattle Seacraft Brokerage organizes a Pacific Seacraft rendezvous here in the Northwest. I've only owned our PSC37 for 1 year and 3/4 and haven't been able to make one yet, but I really want to. I agree that face time is important. I want to see how others have things rigged and outfitted. I want to hear people's stories.

Other than that, there is another forum site: Pacific Seacraft Owners Website

The SailNet site works very well, too.
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Re: What do you think about starting a Pacific Seacraft Owner's Association?

Hi all
I am buying PS31 #36 "clue" brokered by Crusader Yachts in Annapolis this week. the boat will be kept in Eastport. I'd love to meet other PS owners in the area to compare notes, raft up, etc.

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Re: What do you think about starting a Pacific Seacraft Owner's Association?

I have PSC 31 No. 55. She's in the hard at Port Annapolis until April 3, then she'll be docked in Mill Creek. I've seen the boat you've bought; she's a beautiful condition.

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Re: What do you think about starting a Pacific Seacraft Owner's Association?

Al & Elan,

Can you both send me your email addresses? I'll add you to the list for the next newsletter.

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