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Re: pacific seacraft

Yes I think thatís definitely one of the reasons however there are nice charters of boats other than benetaus jeaneus, and Catamarans. , which I would consider chartering before a PSC. Tartans, Calipers, HR, for instance.

I like the PSC as a good small ocean worth cruiser if you want a narrow, footprint. The are average speed wise with quality workmanship. Great for sea kindliness and easily singlehanded.

It definitely has a niche of owners like you who are loyal to their brand, just like any other brand. Itís isnít really any more spendy than many other well made brands of similar length. I have never used price as a criterion for which boat is necessarily better. Besides itís what you are looking for in a boat. Charters are more about volume.

Understand I am not disparaging them , my good friend has a 37.


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