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Selling Our PSC 31 Located in Daytona Beach

Our '88 PSC 31 has provided many fine sailing adventures. But it's time to sell her. She's in fine shape and ready to cruise. We'd rather not turn this post into a shameless advertisement so if anyone is interested in a well-found 31 please send us a PM and we'll provided details.

Regards from the crew of the "Patty Ann"

Daytona Beach, FL.
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Re: Selling Our PSC 31 Located in Daytona Beach

Hi there! I just registered on Sailnet, so that I could send you a note...but it looks like you have to be a member for 7 days before you can send a PM! I would love to hear more about your boat!! Any chance that you could email me at chadvoyage at yahoo dot com?

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Chad
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