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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
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- Enroute St Petersburg, FL
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- Current Price:
- US$ 149,000
ARRIVED AT OUR UPLAND DOCK IN ST PETE APRIL @)!&
Here's your chance to own and sail a legend. The Pacific Seacraft Crealock 37 was inducted into Sailing's Hall of Fame and rightly so. 10 years ago, I sold this boat to her current owner. At that time, she was the most perfect brokerage boat I'd ever sold. Her owners have since lavished constant care and as her latest survey will attest, she's still the beautiful lady Bill Crealock designed and Pacific Seacraft built.
Contact the central agent to view the photographs in high definition. Don't depend on a few tiny yw photos, then make an offer subject to your personal inspection, and finally, meet me in St Pete. You will not be disappointed.
Contact Kelly directly at 727-599-1718 or email email@example.com
This vessel is offered to all participating yacht brokers on a 50/50 commission split
Please contact Kelly Bickford CPYB at 727-599-1718
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Pacific Seacraft
Designer: W.I.B. Crealock
Flag of Registry: United States
Hull Shape: Monohull
LOA: 37 ft 0 in
Beam: 10 ft 10 in
LWL: 27 ft 9 in
Maximum Draft: 6 ft 0 in
Displacement: 16000 lbs
Ballast: 6200 lbs
Headroom: 6 ft 4 in
Dry Weight: 16000 lbs
Total Power: 50 HP
Engine Brand: Yanmar 4JH2E
Year Built: 2000
Engine Model: Yanmar 4JH2E
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 3722
Propeller: Folding propeller
Engine Power: 50 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: (85 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (40 Gallons)
Number of single berths: 6
Number of heads: 1
Wind speed and direction
Repeater(s) - Single repeater at Nav Station
Plotter - GPS enabled
Furling genoa - with staysail
Fully battened mainsail
Electric bilge pump
Manual bilge pump
Shore power inlet
Manufacturer Provided Description
The Pacific Seacraft 37 is a superb high-performance cruising yacht that incorporates all the qualities an experienced sailor looks for in "a proper yacht," such as seaworthiness, premium quality, exceptional performance, comfort and beauty. She has a modern split keel and skeg rudder underbody. She's sleek, beautiful, and a brilliant performer in all conditions, as was proven by her remarkable and repeated performance in the recent Singlehanded Transpacific Yacht Race. She'll accommodate six and has features specifically designed for extended ocean voyages. The speed of the Pacific Seacraft 37 is already legendary, but performance in a cruising boat requires much more. A cruising boat must have a comfortable motion at sea and be well-balanced under sail so the crew does not have to fight the boat every yard of the way. The Crealock 37 was carefully designed for an easy motion. When you are shorthanded and you grow weary of those long night watches, a balanced boat can make a world of difference. In addition to her beauty, comfort, and sailing ability, the Pacific Seacraft 37 offers engineering and construction that is unsurpassed. Her fiberglass hull and deck are built to the most rigorous specifications, 100 per cent hand laid-up and squeegeed to remove all excess resin for optimum strength-to-weight ratio. Deck strength and insulation are increased with high-compressive-strength plywood core construction. Throughout the cabin, a soft white matte finish provides just the right counterpoint for the abundant hand-rubbed teak joinery. Sunlight and fresh air pour in from ten polished bronze opening ports and two large deck hatches.
PS Equipment List w/installed options
- Standard Equipment Construction - Hand laminated biaxial fiberglass hull & deck. First hull laminate uses vinylester resin for superior blister resistance. Standard molded-in gel coat color is Oyster White with Blue boot & sheer stripes. - Stainless steel chainplates & backing plates are caulked & thru-bolted to the hull. Solid teak rubstrake on hull. - Rudder with steel web frame supported by high strength manganese bronze gudgeon & closely coupled to steel-reinforced integral skeg. - Ballast is 6,200 pound (2.82 mt) solid lead casting with s.s. keel bolts. Keel to hull joint embedded in epoxy. - Interior is structural fiberglass, plywood & gel coat interior module bonded into hull with fiberglass mat & woven roving. Primary bulkheads bonded into hull & deck w-fiberglass then bolted in place. - Deck, lockers & bilge gel coated to prevent mildew & to facilitate cleaning. - Deck to hull connection: mating hull & deck flanges bedded in polyurethane adhesive & fastened with stainless steel thru-bolts. - Deck balsa cored. Plywood core in hardware mount areas. - Deck has molded-in nonskid pattern. - Deck Equipment - All cleats, winches, turning blocks, pulpits & stanchions have backing plates. Backing plates & hardware caulked with polyurethane. - 30" high, stainless steel double rail bow & stern pulpits with running lights and 30" high, double lifeline stanchions. - Stainless steel stem fitting with two anchor rollers & locking pins. - Divided bow chain locker for two anchor rodes. One deck pipe to port. - Deep bulwarks with heavy teak cap rail, hand fitted with butterfly joints. - Chrome plated bronze deck hardware includes: Two Harken #46.2 STC two speed self-tailing genoa sheet winches. One Harken #16 STC one speed, self- tailing mainsheet winch. Two Harken #16 STC one speed, self-tailing jib & main halyard winches. Four 7" x 12" & six 4" x 7" opening ports. CE approved. Two 12" & two 10" bow mooring cleats with 4" hawse pipes. Two 10" open spring cleats amidships. Two 10" stern mooring cleats with 9" chocks. One anchor deck pipe on foredeck, & one aft. - Designated cleats for each winch. Four teak loop handrails on cabin house. - Two 19" Bomar double opening hatches with screens. CE approved. - Two Vetus dorade box cowl ventilators. - Fiberglass seahood, teak companionway sliding hatch & drop boards. - Harken ball bearing mainsheet traveler over companionway hatch. - Harken deck organizers & Spinlock rope clutches. - Inboard & outboard genoa tracks with Harken lead cars. - Stainless steel boarding gates, port & starboard with double lifelines. - Stern chain locker to starboard w-deck pipe & anchor roller fairlead. - Side mounted s.s. swim ladder, boarding gate & overboard retrieval line.
Interior - Varnished teak woodwork. White Formica cabin house sides. - Louvered locker doors & solid drop doors with hidden hinges. - Louvered cabin door (top half only) & panel head door with piano hinges. - Chrome bronze push button locks on all locker door & drawers - 6' 4" headroom with teak & holly sole throughout cabin area, all hatches & hatch openings in sole banded in solid teak. - Wrapped 4" foam cushions with upgraded fabrics in main salon. - Zippered vinyl headliner for access to deck hardware & wiring.
Forecabin - 6' 6" long & 50" wide double offset berth forward to starboard. - Dressing seat, vanity & mirror. Two cedar lined louvered hanging lockers. - Drawers, bookshelf, cabinets & storage bins. Fiberglass planking. - Enclosed head with teak shower seat, grate, & storage lockers.
Main Salon - 6' 4" long "L" shaped dinette to starboard converts to 50" wide dbl. berth. - Starboard side has teak ceiling planks, teak lockers & bookshelf with removable fiddle above dinette, storage bins below. - Teak double drop leaf table w-center storage & removable fiddles. - Teak loop handrail in port side overhead. - 6' 4" long and 24" wide settee berth to port with storage below. - Port side has teak ceiling planks, magazine rack & storage bins above settee, storage bins below. - Teak navigators desk with storage under lift top. - 7' long & 42" wide quarter berth to port. Fiberglass planking.
Galley - Gimbaled stainless steel two burner propane stove w-oven & broiler. - Stainless steel safety bar. - Large 8 cu. ft. Frigiboat keel cooler 340B refrigeration w/ thermostat, hinged lid & hand operated ice box pump out to sink. - Polished stainless steel double sink with electric pump pressure fresh water & foot operated manual pump. Macerator in drain system. - Food & dish storage lockers & drawers.
Plumbing - Two water tanks with inspection ports, approx. 85 gal. (322 Itr.) total. - Hot & cold pressure fresh water system for galley, head & shower. - Easy access fresh water manifold. Color coded water hoses. - Manual water foot-pumps in head & galley. Accumulator tank. - Six gallon hot water heater from engine heat exchanger or shore power. - Bronze thru-hull fittings with UL approved bronze seacocks below the waterline & bronze ball valves above waterline. - All thru-hull hose connections are double hose clamped. - Marine head with 16 gal. holding tank & manual overboard pumpout.- Electric shower sump pump with overboard discharge. - 11 GPM electric automatic bilge pump with Ultra float switch. - 25 GPM manual bilge pump in cockpit operable by helmsman.
Engine - YANMAR 4JH2E, four cylinder, 51 hp diesel with fresh water cooling, 3" exhaust & 80 amp alternator. Yanmar "C" control panel. - Clear covered engine control panel in cockpit with tachometer, engine hour meter & engine condition indicators. - Removable 40 gallon (151 Itr.) alum. fuel tank w-gauge & cleaning port. - Mechanical fuel pump, electric back-up fuel pump. - Racor MA 500 fuel filter with water separator. Dome light in engine room. - Seawater strainer bulkhead mounted & water lift muffler system. - . Electrical - AC-DC master power control panel with AC ammeter, AC voltmeter, polarity test circuit, 8 AC circuit breakers, DC ammeter, DC voltmeter & 20 DC circuit breakers. Panel is hinged for easy access & clear plastic screen. - Tinned copper wiring throughout. 110 volt shore power system. - Three Lifeline Batteries GPL-4DA AGM 210Ah ea below decks (2014). - Four position battery switch. - One adjustable chart light at navigation station. - Cantalupi lights (eight dome & six reading).(most LEDs 2006-2012) - Seven 110 volt AC duplex receptacles with GFI protection. - VHF coaxial antenna cable led from masthead to nav-table. - Shore power breaker. Cockpit - 8' 10" long seats with contoured seat backs & seat drains. - Coamings have two built-in winch handle boxes. - Three cockpit seat lockers for storage. Dome light in port locker. - Stern lazarette hatch & vented propane locker for two 20 lb. tanks. - One 5 gallon-20 pound propane tank (empty). Copper LPG hose. - Two safety harness pad eyes. - Whitlock pedestal wheel steering with brake & offset s.s. pedestal guard, single lever engine control & emergency tiller. - Removable cockpit sole w-neoprene gasket seal, finger pulls, & four bronze retainers for access to engine, steering & packing gland. - Deep gutters & two 1-1-2" cockpit drains for fast self-bailing. Spars and Rigging - Aluminum spars finished with two part linear polyurethane paint. - Six sheave masthead external halyards airfoil spreaders. - Combination bow - foredeck light on mast. Anchor light on masthead. - Internal conduit wth VHF coax cable & wires. - Two single line reefs, reef horns and gooseneck. - Internal 2:1 outhaul, adjustable boom topping lift. - 4:1 Harken block & tackle boom vang. All Harken blocks. - 9-32" 1x19 s.s. standing rigging. Color coded dacron running rigging. - Forged chrome bronze open body turnbuckles. Pacific Seacraft 37 Voyagemaker Optional Equipment General - Deck Equipment - Extended bow platform with bobstay - Mast pulpits (pair) - Teak capped cockpit coaming - Teak dorade boxes w- chrome cowls (pr) - Cockpit cushions (closed cell) - Spars and Rigging - Tri-color LED light - Adjustable whisker pole stowed on mast - Insulated backstay for SSB antenna - Storm Trac luff system for mainsail - Dermac Quick Release lever for staysail - Solid boom vang - Max Prop 3 blade propeller - Hot-cold fresh water cockpit shower Electronics - TV - VCR with - Kenwood stereo tuner-CD-tape w- 4 spkrs - B & G Network PLD autopilot (type 1) -
MAIN SALON-NAV STATION-V BERTH-GALLEY
•Varnished interior (3-coats) with louvered locker doors and Corian counter tops.
•Custom cabinet for Flat screen LCD TV, DVD player and CD player (all components 12 vdc powered)
•Custom "Tall" Nav station with removable, angled equipment panel.
•Optional teak overhead galley locker over sink with two louvered doors.
•Optional built-in Microwave above Refrig. and custom lockers/bookcase on portside in main salon.
•Custom V-Berth with full length shelf / fiddles on starboard and additional locker with shelf /fiddles on port side.
•Additional teak 4-loop handrail in Main Salon headliner (starboard side)
Frigoboat 340B bin
DECK & COCKPIT
•Optional Extended bow platform with "double" anchor rollers and bobstay
•Lofrans Tigres anchor windlass (2007) and adjacent deck-mounted seawater washdown pump/faucet.
•Pair of SS Mast Pulpits and Solid top rail on stern pulpit foradded support for outboard mounting.
•Upgraded forwarded Portlights in main salon to Large (Port andStarboard).
•Teak capped cockpit coaming (Port and Starboard) and two teak dorades /chromed bronze cowl vents.
•Exterior teak (natural).
•Hot and Cold fresh water cockpit shower.
•Multiple pad eyes for Jackline and Harness Teather attachments.
•Removable Water-Tight Cockpit Sole for Engine access
Magnum BBQ gas grill
SS Side folding ladder
RIG, SPARS, SAILS, CANVAS
IJPE : 618.00 sq ft
I : 44.00 ft
J : 15.75 ft
P : 38.08 ft
E : 14.25 ft
Dodger & Bimini (2014)
North Sails Mainsail (2014)
North Sails RF Genoa (2014)
Ullman 8 oz Hank on staysail with quick release
New running rigging (2014)
Main cabin and V berth sun awnings (2007)
Dutchman Boom Break (2007)
Dutchman Sail flaking system (2014)
Adjustable Foresparwhisker pole stowed on mast track
•Insulated backstay for SSB antenna (2001)
•B & GNetwork instruments: Speed/Log/Temp/Timer/ Depth and Wind (4-cluster) pod mounted on pedestal.
•B & Gdata repeater at Navstation
•B & G AutoPilot w/haydraulic ram
•Raymarine SL70C Plus Color Radar with mast mounted 2kW 18" Radomeantenna (2003).
•Standard HorizonsVHF radio with remote RAM mike at pedestal.
•ICOMM710RT SSBRadio w/AT-130 automatic tuner (2001).
•SCSPTC-IIe modem with PACTOR-IIIsoftware for Sailmail/Winlink Email (2002).
Garmin 478 (2006)
ACR 406 Mhz GPS EPIRB (2011)
AIS Raymarine + Watchmate (2010+/-)
•Whitlock"Cobra Rack and Pinion" robust, steering system.
•Seafrost BD3 12 volt DC refrigeration.
•Upgraded Heart Freedom 20/100A Battery Charger/AC Inverter.
•Upgraded to three 4-Ds (630 AH) Lifeline AGM batteries (3 new 2015)).
•Upgraded 150 amp high-output Balmar alternator with Blue-Max regulator.
•Optional HeartLink 2000 battery monitoring/control system.
•(2) Kyocera 120 watt solar panel with Hamilton Ferris Solar Charger
•Alpenglow(low power) fluorescent dome lights with dual intensity (White/Red) and Cantalupi Halogen reading lights. Most lights upgraded to LEDs 2006-2012.
•Improved ventilation with two Nicro3000 Solar Powervents in Bowmar hatches and four Hellafans.
•PYI PSS driplessstuffing box Shaft Seal.
•Maxprop3-blade 18" feathering propeller (factory reconditioned 2004).
•Force 10 two burner stove w/20 lb propane tank.
•Seagull IV water purifier in galley with separate faucet. Par 2.9 Potable fresh water pump new (2016)
•New Cutlass Bearing (2004).
•AquaSignalTri-Color masthead navigation light (2001).
ProSafe FS30 Galvanic Isolator (2010)
Balmar Transient Spike Protector (2013)
Kyocera 130 watt solar panel (2006)
ACR 406 Mhz GPS EPIRB (2011)
Laser signal light
HULL NOTES and ADDITIONAL GEAR
- Jacklines 0n padeyes
- Solid fiberglass hull. No coring
Outboard motor (2010) Tohatsu 9.8
Dingy (2010) AB Lamina 9AL RIB
Revere 4 Person Offshore Ocean Life Raft (2006)
Marine Medical Kit 2000 (2006)
ACR 406 Mhz GPS EPIRB (2011)
Waterproof Ditch Bag
Magnum Stainless Steel Nesting Cookware Set
Optional built-in Microwave above Refrig. and custom lockers/bookcase on portside in main salon.
Anchors w/chain & rodes
FROM CURRENT OWNER
Owner's reasons for selling Destiny
In 2006 owner and wife retired, purchased Destiny, outfitted it for a blue water crossing to the Caribbean, and sailed with the Caribbean 1500 that fall to St Maarten. For the next ten years they cruised up and down the island chain from Puerto Rico to Granada.
He 74 and she 68 this year, having accomplished what they wanted to do sailing wise are looking forward to spending more time in their new villa in St Maarten and with their grandchildren.
EXCLUDED FROM SALE
The following items, while aboard, are excluded from sale
- Hammer drill 110v
- Drill bits
- Wrenches and socket sets
- Personal clothing including
- Foul weather gear
- Mustang inflatable life vest and tethers
- Other personal items such as
- Red LED portable night light
- Sheets & Towels
- Food and other perishables
- Bill Seifert - Offshore Sailing
- Guide books
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.