The possibilities are endless. Personal service from a local guy is hard to beat. Although I have with good result bought on price alone, and not to single any one loft out, North is pretty darned high no matter what you spec from them. They cater to the local racer and easily justify their pricing I guess. More are made offshore than you might imagine even by traditional lofts don't be afraid to ask but I still wouldn't rule them out. Talk to the guys on the dock, what area are you in?
I just bought a CS30 that spent some time in the Caymans, now commissioning here in the lower Chesapeake bay. Double Quarter berth aft and a chart table in 30' well laid out. Very well built Boat and a good turn of speed as well. Really strange how they attempted the vented loops on the Engine and Head, you might want to look at how they are set up on this (your) Boat.
Oh and plenty sail makers in Miami FtLauderdale. I cant recommend anyone personally but Mack has a loft down there all USA made, old family shop as I understand it. Havent bought from them but I would.
Had a quote from Mack sails for our CS33 this winter. It was 4500$US for a new main with full battens and 2 reef points and a 130 furling jib. They only use Challenger cloth and are made in Florida Shipping to Canada, where we are, was free. Will go with them for sure. I got 3 other quotes but didn't like some aspects of each of them. A friend bought a furling genoa from them 2 years ago for his CS 36 Merlin and is very happy with it. It sets and furls perfectly as well as being well finished. Good luck and enjoy your new boat. Peter