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Old 07-02-2014, 04:19   #31
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Re: Boy am I confused and lost!

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Now that you've approved both of the two boats that the OP asked about, could you tell us again how you feel about the PSC 34?

Absolutely no doubt the Southern Cross is a better boat but wifeys need to be happy too. Does not sound lije OPs wifey is gonna be happy in a 31.


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Old 07-02-2014, 04:46   #32
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If SC31 is being considered you also might want to look at the Allied Seawind 32. Same designer, both heavily built shallow full keelers. I am very pleased with my Seawind cutter
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Old 07-02-2014, 04:57   #33
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That's a very recent move and I don't think they have actually made many in NC. The used ones you see in the market were most likely made in CA.

PSC went tits up in California under the management of the guy who owned Saga in Canada. He went to PSC after Saga went bankrupt. The PSC molds were bought by someone in NC. Don't believe they're in production but will build if they get an order.
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Thick thumbs and ipads do not go together.. Sent before finishing. The shallow draft and heavy layup of both boats is nice to have when poking into crowded anchorages. You can always find a spot where most other boats are reluctant or unable to anchor. Cockpit on the Seawind is much bigger and steering is rack and pinion. Sails surprisingly well in light air and stiff in heavy wind. Just another option to throw into the mix. Good luck.
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