One builder who will be there is Stephen Brodie, owner of Pacific Seacraft. About this time last year, he was in California, where it turned out he was the winning bidder for what was left of the company that brought many a lovely W.I.B. Crealock design to life. Brodie, several unfinished hulls and molds, and a cadre of P.S. employees trekked east, to Washington, North Carolina, and settled into temporary quarters that are now becoming permanent. When their upgrades-- new ventilation, offices and an overhead crane-- are complete, P.S. will have 60,000 square-feet of workspace and water access across the yard. Since making the move, Brodie and crew have finished and sold a P.S. 34, and they plan to have a new 31, 37, and 40 in Annapolis, ready for buyers. This is a good story that seems to keep getting better.