Where Credit is Due June 2011 Issue

Where Credit is Due: June 2011

Precision Boat Works

Reader Walt Wyatt and his family take a leisurely daysail near Cincinnati, Ohio, aboard their Precision 23, Seaduced.

In 2001, I purchased a used 1996 Precision 23. This was a move up for us since we were dinghy sailors. I had lots of questions about the cruising boat, so I emailed Precision Boat Works (www.precisionboatworks.com), hoping for the best, and Marketing Manager Bart Bleil came to my aid. Over the years, he has answered my many questions within 24 hours by either email or phone. He helped me with the purchase of a genoa that would fit my older boat along with parts for the aging boat.

On vacation in Florida years ago, I stopped by the factory and was given a personal tour. They even custom-cut new hatch boards for me while I waited. This is great customer service on a continuing basis, something many manufacturers sadly don’t do any more. Precision supports their products!

Walt Wyatt
Seaduced, Precision 23
Cincinnati, Ohio

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