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Thumbs up PSC Factory to build custom Bob Perry designed ketch

Here is Bob Perry's announcement over at Sailing Anarchy on awarding the build of a 57ft custom ketch to Steve Brodie and the PSC factory.

Here is the original thread aptly named "Drool" from about a year ago with beautiful renderings from Sonadora on what she will look like.

Congratulations to Steve and the PSC factory!
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A great way for PSC to start the new year! Let's hope this is the first of many new boats they build.

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Any pics available for those not wanting to subscribe to yet another forum?
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Thanks for the awesome pic! I'm very happy for the PSC gang. I the boat turns out as well as pictured.

One attribute that attracted me to my 37 footer was how the rudder was hung behind the keel, and the way the prop is sort of protected from crab pot lines. The new owners of this boat will probably do much more blue water sailing than I do, but, still I like the security the Crealock design has given me with regards to the rudder. Perhaps that's just a fin keel drawback and not a designer issue.
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