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Psyche. Csy 33
« on: September 17, 2017, 08:24:55 PM »
Gentlemen,
My vessel a 1979 CSY 33, located in Rockport, Texas was declared a constructive total loss.  She was dismasted when an adjacent covered boat stall roof launched into her. She also sustained damage to the pulpit, forward half stanchions, bent boom gallows as well as a small amount of port aft teak damage. The interior of the vessel did not receive any damage. She has a 2008 new Diesel engine with maybe 60 hours. Cockpit did not sustain any damage and she can manuver by motor.
Boat US offered me the salvage, but at 70 years of age I am just to tired for the undertaking. I purchased her in dec of 1979 and have had her for these last 37 years. 37 years of enjoyment.
I am not sure of any time frame of the auction they have after the storm, but she would make someone a great boat. As I get any other info I will pass it on.
David Boyd

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Re: Psyche. Csy 33
« Reply #1 on: September 18, 2017, 06:16:30 AM »
David,

I am so sorry to hear of the loss of Psyche.  What a tragedy to total her, as we know how sturdy a boat she is.  Someone has been looking for a 33 (I forget who, and whether they were on the forum or the CSY Facebook Group, but I will look it up).  Maybe we can put them in touch with the insurance company, so if you get any additional info, please let us know.

I just hope that with so many boats lost, they don't do something drastic like take a chainsaw to her.  It must be a nightmare right now for the insurance companies.  And it ain't over yet!

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Re: Psyche. Csy 33
« Reply #2 on: March 03, 2018, 02:41:48 PM »
My boat was dismasted during Hurricane Harvey.
It just came up for auction on coopers marine Salvage. The indicate it fell off stands which I don’t think is true. It is in same place since it has been hauled out of water after storm. People in area said it has never fallen over. Boat inside never got wet. Engine has less than 60 hours, and runs great.

https://www.cooperss.com/asset-detail.php?name=marine&id=1771

At bottom of page under asset specifications they have it confused with a 44’ that must have been dropped.

Any questions I may be reached at 361-649-2297. I am the original and sole owner.
« Last Edit: March 03, 2018, 02:54:44 PM by psyche »
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