This fast, safe and comfortable yacht will take you anywhere your cruising dreams desire. Enjoy her seakindly motion at sea as well as her comfortable accommodations at anchor. She is well equipped and ready to go!
Contact The Listing Agent For This Yacht ~ BILL WATSON ~ At (772) 215-0736 or Email: BillW@stuartyachtsales.com
Please contact Bill Watson at 772-283-9400
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 44 ft 0 in
Beam: 12 ft 8 in
LWL: 33 ft 6 in
Minimum Draft: 5 ft 3 in
Displacement: 27500 lbs
The Pacific Seacraft 44 is designed and built with emphasis on cruising safely and in comfort. Significant design modifications give the 44 uncommon balance in a yacht this size, with a reassuring motion even in heavy conditions. Designed as the ultimate cruising sailboat for the serious cruising sailor, she can accept virtually all cruising accessories currently available, such as fresh water makers, generators and today's modern electronic equipment. Below decks is a warm blend of rich hand-finished teak and designer fabrics. There is a full J-shaped gourmet galley - good for entertaining, yet functional at sea - two private staterooms, and a main salon you can be proud to live in. The Crealock "canoe" stern, admired for its esthetics, offers necessary reserve buoyancy without presenting too much surface to following seas. The stern has more effect on the motion of a yacht than the bow, and in breaking following seas the stern will perform like a bow.
Vessel Walkthrough & Accomodations
Starting forward in the bow is access to the divided anchor locker through the forward bulkhead teak doors. Just aft is the double berth offset towards port with stowage under and on shelves, a small built-in changing seat, and a large cedar lined hanging locker. Aft to port of the Stateroom is the Guest Head with shower. Next aft is the main Salon with a U-shaped seating area with a large drop down table which converts to a double berth. Across is a straight settee. On the forward bulkhead is a 22” LCD display with DVD player and Surround Sound. The main salon is typical Pacific Seacraft, fine joinery, varnished teak and matte white accents. Next aft to starboard is the very complete navigation station equipped with up-to-date electronics and a very comfortable Ultra leather chair. Across is the J-Shaped Galley with double SS sinks on centerline and a large drop-in freezer and front-loading refrigerator with holding plates. At the aft end of the Galley is access to the Owner’s Stateroom. Behind the Nav Desk is access to the Owner’s Head with a separate stall shower. The Owner’s Stateroom includes a large double berth, abundant storage and a hanging locker.
Light and air are provided through fourteen opening ports and four deck hatches. Four dorade vents provide additional ventilation even in foul weather.
Fore-Cabin Stateroom and Head
GUEST STATEROOM: The forward cabin offers excellent accommodations and the fine teak joinery and furnishings make for an inviting living space. Good light and ventilation is provided by opening ports and hatches. Large hanging lockers, drawers and shelves hold clothing and gear while deep bin lockers provide huge amounts of long term storage space. The berth is a regularly shaped, offset to port double and is quite comfortable. A lounging seat with nearby vanity and mirror offers a place to sit and dress.
GUEST HEAD: The Guest Head is private to the forward cabin. It is roomy with ample storage space for towels, accessories and cleaning supplies. The counter has a stainless steel sink with pull out hand shower. Sliding door lockers and drawers are above and below the counter and outboard behind the marine head. A convenient teak seat folds down over the toilet when showering and all water drains through a teak grate into a shower sump.
6' 8" long and 52" wide double berth with drawers and shelves
Vanity dressing seat, mirror
Large hanging lockers
Enclosed forward head sauna style seat, stainless steel sink
Access to divided anchor locker at forepeak
Overhead opening hatch
(2) Opening SS portholes
Teak and Holly sole
Main Cabin - Salon
The Main Cabin has a comfortable, functional design and is well suited for passagemaking. Dinette to port with settee to starboard. Numerous and well positioned handrails are located throughout the interior spaces. Outboard of the starboard settee are large lockers and book shelves. Bin storage is located under and behind the settees and under the pilot berth. Locker access is through hatches under the settee cushions and through drop doors.
The Navigation Station with comfortable and secure captain's chair is to starboard and aft of the Main Salon. It has a lift up chart table with excellent storage for charts and gear. A set of drawers is centerline, opposite the passage from the chart table. Navigation electronics gear is built into removable panels outboard and electrical service panels hinge open for access.
The main Companionway to and from the cockpit is centerline. The Fisher Panda genset is under the bottom step area with easy access to day checks and filters. A large hanging locker with drain is to starboard alongside the steps. The aft Head is accessible from the main cabin through a door adjacent to the hanging locker. Movement about the main cabin is convenient and unrestricted. Hand holds are logically placed and the passages are wide and accommodating.
Exceptional wood work is everywhere. The combination of varnished teak and low maintenance white laminate makes for a pleasant living space that is easy to keep clean and neat. Every imaginable hidden space has been used for storage and is generally easy to access.
The Galley is well laid out with easy access to all prep stations. There are large counter spaces, a deep double stainless steel sink. SeaFrost 12 volt refrigeration, with holding plates in the independently controlled refrigerator and freezer compartments.
Force 10 three burner stove w/oven, microwave and huge amounts of storage space makes the Galley a joy to use. The storage space varies from easily accessible drawers, lockers and bins for everyday use items to secure compartments intended for long term and heavy item storage. There are two cutting boards, one custom to fit over the forward sink. There is fresh and salt water spigots at the sinks. There is factory custom overhead cabinet storage between the Galley and Settee.
The Galley has good passageway with both the dining area and the cockpit. The large counter top becomes an excellent, step saving serving location when dining at the main table in the Salon. The same counter area is just forward of the main companionway. Meals can be passed to those in the cockpit from the area at the base of the steps with ease.
Raymarine RL-80 color Chart Plotter with 12” screen, fishfinder, radar and GPS
C-Map electronic charts from New England to theBahamas
Icom M-802 SSB radio
Pactor Modem for weather fax and e-mail
Storage for paper charts
Red and white LED task lights
Controls for Panda Mini 8 generator
Separate stand alone hard wired Garmin GPS with antenna on stern arch
Standard Horizon VHF radio with masthead antenna
Remote RAM microphone for VHF at cockpit helm
Master Aft Stateroom
Enclosed aft stateroom with 6' 6" long and 54" wide double berth
Teak privacy door separating aft stateroom from main salon
Teak privacy door separating aft stateroom from separate entrance to aft head and shower
Large hanging locker and drawers
(3) Opening SS portholes
Deck, Hull and Cockpit
HULL: The Pacific Seacraft 44 is engineered to be a true offshore cruising yacht. The hull is balsa cored to American Bureau of Shipping's offshore rule. It incorporates the now famous Crealock canoe stern admired for its aesthetic appeal and kind sea keeping characteristics. The Scheel Keel was a factory option installed on CELESTINA and allows sailing in shallow waters without sacrificing deep draft performance. A very substantial skeg flows out of the bustle making the transition from keel to rudder. The skeg, with its manganese bronze gudgeon, supports and protects the rudder and the prop.
DECK: CELESTINA has wide side decks with secure footing on anti-skid decking design. Heavy bow and stern pulpits are connected by double, coated lifelines. As with all Pacific Seacraft yachts, the lifelines are high and attached to 6" bulwarks. There are gates port and starboard near the aft. The wide side decks with the molded bulwarks, teak hand rails on cabin top, with mast pulpits and clear foredeck make for a secure sailing experience in any weather. All Sail controls are led to the cockpit reducing the need to go forward.
The Pacific Seacraft 44 has a balsa cored deck with plywood sandwich in high stress locations such as winch mounting locations. All deck hardware is thru bolted with backing plates. A very substantial double SS bow rollers with a 45lb CQR anchor with a twin capstan Lighthouse 1501 windlass with remote control. There is a third roller and rode locker located aft of the cockpit on the quarter deck. Also in the stern is a large propane locker with two 20 lb. tanks and assorted other gear.
COCKPIT: The cockpit seats are 7'8" long with molded-in contoured seat backs with SoPac bottom cushions. The seat back coamings are high, offering security and protection when under sail and comfortable seating. The cockpit feels safe and secure because of the combination of deep well, high coamings, and high lifelines. The step up to the side deck allows for safe passageway. There is a Whitlock pedistal steering with binnacle mounted compass, a full complement of navigation electronics and a fold-down table. There are two lockers and two storage cubbies in the cockpit. The starboard seat locker is huge and extends under the entire length of the cockpit. The lazarette under the helm seat houses the refrigeration compressor. The cubbies are in the coamings. The high bridge deck entrance to the cabin adds to the water tightness in stormy weather and is a perfect lookout perch under the large dodger as the autopilot steers. The bridge deck also gives the effect of seating around the entire perimeter of the cockpit.
Dark green hull with gold boot and sheer stripe
5'3” shoal draft Scheel Keel
Aluminum toe rail in lieu of standard teak rail
Whitlock pedestal steering and binnacle mounted plotter, instruments, lighted compass
Red/white dimmable cockpit LED light
Sunbrella “brass” color dodger and rain shield
Lighthouse 1501 windlass with 2 anchor stations, extra gypsy and remote control for single handling
45 lb CQR anchor with all chain rode
44 lb Bruce with chain and nylon rode
Stern anchor - Fortress F-16 stern anchor with chain, and nylon line rode in separate anchor locker
Custom, lockable teak companionway screen, 2011
Whale manual bilge pump at helm
Raw water wash down faucet midship for anchor and cockpit
Companionway protected by generous bridge deck
Pressurized hot/cold shower in cockpit
Forespar Man Overboard pole and strobe light
Cockpit top lifelines replaced with 1 1/4” SS tubing
4 Dorades with teak boxes and SS protector rails
17 opening Portlights all with screens and Zarcor Peek-a Boo lexan privacy shutters
5 opening deck hatches, all with screens
Canvas covers for exterior teak
Custom stern creation includes stern pulpit, davits, seats, double antenna arch, lighted dinghy platform and in-water swim ladder.
Bottom painted 04/2014 and new zincs
Sails and Rigging
(8) Harken two speed self tailing winches, #40’s and #44‘s, including 2-#56 2 speed electric primary winches and 1 electric main halyard winch
Schaeffer 3110 genoa furling unit
(2) Mobri radar reflectors installed on intermediate shrouds
Dutchman Boom Brake
Forespar Yacht Rod Rigid boom vang
Spare mainsail halyard
Insulated backstay for SSB antenna
Uncoated lifelines, 2013
LED tri-color masthead light with strobe, 2013
Storm trysail track
Wichard adjustable quick-release system on staysail stay
Forespar carbon fiber Spinnaker-Genoa Pole mounted on mast
Banks Spectra Checkmate Ocean Series RF 125% Genoa on Schaeffer roller furling
Banks Checkmate Spinnaker with ATN sleeve and tacker belt
Banks Cruisemate Plus Ocean Series storm trysail
Banks Cruisemate Plus Ocean Series storm staysail
2012 Mack dacron mainsail
2012 mainsail Mackpack
2012 Strong brand low friction mainsail track
Electrical and Mechanical
Fischer Panda Mini 8 generator with quiet enclosure; 366 hrs
Heart Freedom 20 Inverter/Charger
100 amp Balmar alternator and regulator
Alpenglow red/white lights
Xantrex 300 Watt inverter
Two 16000 BTU Cruisair AC/heat units and 2 separate SMX-IR electronic controls with 3 air handlers
Hella Turbo 12V fans
ACR AIS Class B, transmit and receive, display at helm, 2010
3 Kyocera 130W solar panel and Air Breeze Wind Generator with Blue Sky Controller.
2-30 amp banks with “Y” for 50 amp shore connection at bow and at stern
Wired cable TV connections at stern. On air TV omni-directional antenna on stern arch.
4-8D AGM house batteries, 2010
1-4D AGM start battery, 2010
2 Cruisair 16000 BTU AC/heat compressors (2011) with 3 air handlers and 2 SMX-IR electronic controls to cover all cabins
Spectra Venture 200T Watermaker
6 gal hot water heater
Hot/Cold pressure cockpit water for shower
2-20 gal aluminum, refillable propane tanks in dedicated lockers with SS brackets
BlueSea house and start battery isolation and emergency switchover
Independent Seafrost 12V cold plate refrigerator and freezer with electronic controls
Additional Seafrost engine-driven compressor for refrigerator and freezer
Sanitation hoses, 2011
Sony 12V radio with inputs for MP3, Sirius, and wired to salon and cockpit speakers.
West Marine cockpit speakers, 2012
Propulsion and Fuel
The 75 HP Yanmar 4JH3-TE Diesel engine with fresh water cooling is located under the galley sink counter. 360 degree access is available through four removable panels. The engine drives a three blade adjustable feathering MAX Prop. The engine compartment is well insulated and engine noise in the cabin is not a problem. Fuel is supplied to the engine and auxilliary power plant by electric fuel pumps through dual RACOR water separating filters from two tanks (70, 35 gal.) in the bilge.
Yanmar 4JH3-TE 75 Hp diesel engine, with 1770 hrs.
Balmar 110 amp alternator and regulator
Auxillary aluminum 20 gal fuel tank bringing total fuel to 99 gals.
Max Prop 20” 3 blade feathering and adjustable prop
PYI Dripless shaft seal
Dual Racor fuel filters in custom manifold with vacuum gauge
Navigation & Electronics Equipment
Raymarine RL-80 Color Chart Plotter, GPS, Fish Finder with repeater below
Raymarine ST-60 Series wind, tri-data, maxview readouts at helm and at Nav station
C-Map electronic charts, New England to Bahamas
Matrix GX-2000 VHF Radio with masthead antenna and remote unit at helm
Separate stand-alone hard wired Garmin GPS-152 with antenna on davit arch
2010 ACR AIS Class B transmit and receive at helm
Richie SP-5 steering pedestal compass
Icom M-802 SSB radio
Pactor Modem for weather and e-mail
Panasonic DT300 5 channel surround sound theater system with DVD player
12 CD changer
Vizio 26” flat screen LED TV, 2010
Matching brass Chelsea Shipstrike Clock and Barometer
Bose and Panasonic speakers in salon. Woofer under seat
West Marine all weather cockpit speakers, 2012
12V Sony radio AM, FM with inputs for Mp3 players and Sirius Radio. Charging dock for IPod (2010)
Heads and Plumbing
Spectra Ventura 200T Watermaker, 2010
Seagull IV Water Purification system
2 independent Groco heads with holding tanks, Scad Solo tank monitors, macerator/overboard pump outs.
Pressurized and manual foot pump fresh water in heads, showers, galley and cockpit showers
Raw water wash down exterior port midship for anchor and cockpit washing
Tank Tender fresh water tank monitor
Bilge pumps, one electric with Ultra Float Switch and one Whale manual at helm
Salt water faucet with manual foot pump at galley sink
Spares and Miscellaneous
Yanmar engine service manual on CD
Manuals and original as-built plans from Pacific Seacraft
Raymarine RL-80 Color Chart plotter and Radar transmitter dome and radar, a plug in replacement for existing system
Extra gypsy for windlass
Watermaker filters and parts
Panda Generator filters and parts
Yanmar engine filters and parts
Rigging, blocks, etc
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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.
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