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Congrats, Alan!

Is that the new 37 at the factory, or a used example?


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Congrats, Alan!!!

Can't wait to see you post some pictures.


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Alan,

Congratulations! The PSC 37 is a great boat. My good friend Jim Marco has one (actually a pre-PSC one, but the same general boat), and he has sailed that thing all over the Pacific. I spent a few very enjoyable weeks sailing with him in the Marquesas, and in Fiji and Vanuatu. His boat is now in Tonga.

Here is his website, if you are interested: Intention. Check out his journal (blog) to follow his voyages.

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Congrats!

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I think you need to keep it on Lake Norman. Of course you'll need some extra crew now and then. Congratulations.
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Don't even think about it! I sailed Asylum two years on an inland lake before moving her to the ocean. Tacking once a day is far superior. Besides, you really are not a sailor without some salt spray.
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oooops

Looks like it's hull # 374, not 335.

Anyway, thanks, guys! Yep, she's going to stay at Pamlico Sound for most of the upcoming year so that I can get used to her. Will also sail her down to Wilmington, NC periodically for some ocean sailing. Maybe Charleston too. I have a buddy who keeps his at Beaufort, NC so I may try that too, but Washington, NC is only 3:50 from where I live north of Charlotte.

I'm going to try to attach a photo now....

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Alan:

Very nice. Thanks for the pictures. Nice to see a new PSC coming out of the factory again. Did the boat come with the teak panel option on the interior cabin top or not?


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Alan:

Very nice. Thanks for the pictures. Nice to see a new PSC coming out of the factory again. Did the boat come with the teak panel option on the interior cabin top or not?
Not sure if it was an option but it's there.... Frankly, this boat was loaded already with options as it was the one shown at Annapolis. Check out the rail that extends around cockpit.

Tough to sleep last night. It's very exciting for me.

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Check out the rail that extends around cockpit.
That's the way to do it! Morris began doing that about 10+ years ago and I'm surprised it's taken so long to catch on.

Get some sleep! You have lots of work ahead of you!


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