Note $10,000 price reduction on November 18th.! This extraordinary Voyagemaker Offshore Cutter is a one-owner vessel and the newest, nicest one available in this price range. Fastidious regular maintenance includes the following in just the last 60 days: Fresh bottom paint and zincs, cleaned & lubricated all winches and seacocks, installed new canvas covers for mainsail, liferaft, Bimini Top, dodger, binnacle/steering wheel, plus new isinglass panels for dodger. This is an extensively equipped cruiser with all first class gear for safe, offshore adventures!
Features low hour Yanmar diesel, factory installed Single Handers Package, Wind Generator, Windvane, 5 sails, Mast Safety Pulpits, Lighthouse Windlass and exceptional ground tackle, 6 man Life Raft, Wavestopper Hard Dodger, Garhauer Outboard Lifting Davit, extended range fuel tank, Water Maker, Satellite Telephone, SSB Radio, RADAR, Autopilot, American (110v) and European (220v) shore power systems, 5 Lifeline batteries, Inverter, built-in safe for cash/valuables and the famous shoal draft Scheel Keel.
Epoxy bottom coated at the factory, extensive safety and spare parts inventory, factory Low Maintenance Exterior Option features no exterior teak! Interior is like new. Ocean ready, turn-key condition, very well cared for - all systems in proper working order. Call Roy Pinney for complete information and video.
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Pacific Seacraft
Designer: W. I. B. Crealock
Flag of Registry: United States
Hull Shape: Monohull
LOA: 40 ft 0 in
Beam: 12 ft 5 in
LWL: 31 ft 3 in
Length on Deck: 40 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 2 in
Displacement: 24000 lbs Dry Load
Ballast: 8880 lbs
Bridge Clearance: 55 ft 0 in
Headroom: 6 ft 5 in
Dry Weight: 24000 lbs
Number of twin berths: 2
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 1
W.I.B Crealock comments:
"The PS40 retains the general form of split underbody with ventral fin between keel and large skeg. As before, the primary aim throughout is ease of control by a small crew in bad conditions. All reports indicate the 40 is a very well-balanced boat. My own belief is that one should not travel only to arrive; the passage itself should be relaxing and fun.
The deck is straightforward with most lines led aft, with a raised king plank for better footing on the foredeck and with tall bulwarks for their practical and psychological advantage. The lower shrouds are inboard for easier walking and sheeting and the watertight cockpit sole is easily removable for engine access. The 40 has a short bow platform; it allows a longer base for sail plan, permits the use of a longer waterline, and increases the work area for anchoring. It will be noticed that the Pacific Seacraft bow platform is of unusually strong construction.
The accommodation is slanted towards offshore use. The choice of island berth of V-berth in the forecabin is a matter of personal preference. The settees have fairly tight corners rather than sweeping curves for greater comfort when the boat is heeled. On passage, I like a galley which supports the cook without having to rely on straps and which, if possible, allows the cook to stand clear of any overturning pots. Separate stall shower space is well used for local cruising and the less fastidious can use the shower stall as an extra wet locker on passage which, with its overhead hatch, forms a giant Dorade vent.
The Pacific Seacraft 40 appears to be a moderate to heavy displacement boat, but one must remember that a boat with considerable overhangs will tend to have an artificially high ratio, and we also realize that the published figures for many boats are, shall we say, somewhat optimistic. I also believe that speed on passage is quite different from speed round the buoys, and that a small crew should be able to sail an offshore cruiser to its full potential without exhaustion.”
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Light, air, warmth, comfort and security are the requisite elements of a livable offshore interior or a harbor home. this vessel features four overhead hatches and fourteen opening ports plus two dorade-type cowl vents provide light and ventilation. The warmth is in the ambiance of the interior combination of matt finished hand crafted teak joiner work, light laminate surfaces, soft headliner, and attractive interior fabric. An appropriately sized interior creates the feeling of security.
This yacht is designed with the cruising couple in mind. Her spacious interior layout includes a guest double berth in the quarter cabin to starboard, a settee berth to port in the main salon and a double berth in the forward cabin for the owners. The engine room (accessible aft of the companionway ladder or through the gasketed cockpit sole hatch) is well insulated against noise and heat. The aft stateroom features full standing & sitting headroom for easy dressing and maneuverability plus a large, hanging locker and a mirrored forward bulkhead.
The head and shower compartments are at the base of the companionway, the optimum location for motion and for convenience. The head features a spacious, luxurious separate shower stall. Shedding foul weather gear for drying in the shower stall, or to be stored in the wet locker, can be done before moving through the cabin. In addition, the head compartment does not have a bulkhead in common with either of the sleeping cabins. The head is an easy operating Groco type “K”, with a bronze base. It is mounted on a fiberglass pedestal integrated into a fiberglass pan with a drain for easy cleaning and maintenance.
The vanity counter top is Corian® “Sandstone” and has a stainless steel sink and Grohe hot and cold pressure water faucet mounted in it. The sink also features a manual fresh water foot pump. Two opening ports and one deck vent hatch have been installed in the head and shower compartments for effective ventilation under any condition. The deck hatch in the head may be left open in a wide range of conditions. There is a teak seat in the shower stall.
The navigation station, forward of the head, has an oversized desk for spreading out charts and storing materials. The U-shaped galley just opposite the nav station, is designed with ample drawer and locker storage, two deep centerline sinks, a gimballed propane stove with oven and spacious counter tops. The main salon has a solid teak dinette table with U-shaped seating. Lee cloths are provided for the salon settees. Attractive upholstery and elegant satin varnished joinery create a look of warmth & harmony. The forward stateroom provides a quiet, spacious double berth with step for easy access and plenty of room to stow personal items, including a locker to starboard and a three drawer bureau under the berth with lockers outboard plus a large locker to port. This is unquestionably the nicest and best equipped, one-owner PS40 we have ever offered.
The galley layout has two sound advantages: it is secure on either tack, with convenient “leaning” surfaces to free up hands; the inboard section of the galley counter locates the double sink over the centerline for the best possible drainage on either tack. The galley faucet is “Grohe”, and the double sink is polished stainless steel. Counter tops are Corian® “Sandstone” with Corian back splashes. The stove is a “Force 10” 3-burner with a foldaway door, broiler and thermostatically controlled oven. Galley storage is plentiful with a bank of drawers that includes a cooking utensil storage drawer, top loading dry goods locker, outboard lockers and undersink locker. An additional large locker is located over the refrigerator area. This yacht has the optional overhead Galley cabinet for additional plate and cup storage. A laminated cutting board to span the sink is standard. Dome lights are located in the overhead, over the outboard counter tops, and over the refrigeration box
Technautics Cool Blue refrigeration system
Tilt-out trash bin under galley counter
Corian counter tops in galley and head
Force 10 gimballed 3 burner propane/butane stove with oven
Hot/cold pressure fresh water system
Two double deep stainless steel sinks
Optional teak overhead galley cabinet
Seagull water purifier
Raw water spigot with foot pump
Fresh water spigot with foot pump
Electronics & Nav Equipment
Ritchie SP-5 steering pedestal compass
2 Raymarine E80 Chart Plotters
Raymarine ST6001 Smart Autopilot
Raymarine Smart Controller wireless remote control for autopilot
Raymarine ST60 Tridata depth, speed, log and sea temperature
Raymarine ST60 Wind Speed and Direction
Repeaters at Nav Station
ICOM M802 SSB Radio
Insulated backstay SSB antenna
Standard Horizon Quantum VHF Radio
Raymarine E80 Multifunction Navigation Display
Sharp Aquos color TV
2 interior Bose speakers
2 exterior speakers in cockpit
Mechanical & Engine Equipment
Spectra 150 Water Maker - 150 gallons per day
Edson wheel steering with emergency tiller
Lighthouse 1501 electric windlass with foot switch and gypsy
45lb CQR Anchor with 200ft chain rode
35lb Delta plower anchor with 200+ ft chain rode
Fortress FX 23 Stern anchor with 40ft chain plus 100+ ft rope rode
Stern anchor roller and chain locker
Garhauer outboard engine lifting davit
Edson single lever control for engine
e-Marine Silentwind marine wind generator
Factory-installed optional 20 gal. fuel tank
One 20lb. aluminum propane tank in isolated/vented propane locker
Three blade (fixed) propeller
Manual and electric bilge pumps
Four House batteries plus one engine start battery
Four position battery switch
110amp Balmar alternator with battery temp sensor and alternator temp sensor
Heart Freedom inverter/battery charger
Seven Hella cabin fans
Eurospec 220v Xantrex battery charger with 220v inlet
Two 50' 30amp shore power cords
PSS mechanical shaft seal
Electrical and Mechanical fuel gauges
Isotherm Safe: built-in, medium size, for cash & valuables
Engine spare parts inventory includes misc. oil filters, water impeller, etc.
Three water tanks; 2 fiberglass, 1 stainless steel. Total:
Spars and Rigging
Fully Battened Mainsail with lazy jacks, two reef points and Mainsail cover
Self tending Staysail on roller furling
120% Genoa on roller furling
Asymmetrical Cruising Spinnaker
Mast-Mounted Spinnaker Pole
Running back stays
Insulated back stay
Tri-color light and strobe light
Folding mast steps
Additional storm and trisail track
Cutter rig and single hander's package
All internal halyards
Solid boom vang
Wind vane and VHF antenna at masthead
(2) 53.2 stc Genoa sheet winches
(1) 44.2 stc Main sheet winch
(3) 40.2 stc Utility winches
(1) 32.2 stc Mast mounted staysail winch
Deck & Hull
The hull is classically shaped without distortion for the sake of interior volume. The shape of the hull is driven by the dimensional proportions that have proven over the years to contribute to seaworthiness. The moderate beam results in an angle of positive stability greater than 141º, and reduced asymmetry at heel. The canoe stern is distinctive in its style and its performance.
The ballast keel is cast of antimonial lead. It is attached externally to provide the maximum righting moment for a given amount of ballast. Since it is mounted externally, the lead can also sustain impact and abrasion from grounding without damage to fiberglass surfaces. The ballast is attached with ten 1” keel bolts and bedded in epoxy at the joint with the solid fiberglass keel boss
Misc. docklines, fenders
Large sail locker
Minimal exterior teak
Lightening ground system
3 coats of epoxy sealer below water line
Edson rack and pinion steering system with side mount single lever engine control
Edson Starboard cockpit table
Quality custom cockpit cushions
Fiberglass Dorade boxes
Slotted aluminum tow rail in lieu of teak cap rail
Stainless steel hand rails in lieu of teak hand rails
Bomar hatches with screens
Hot/Cold fresh water cockpit shower
Raw water deck wash down
Premium Stainless Steel folding swim ladder
Vessel is in turnkey condition. The Pacific Seacraft 40 is constructed by master boat builders whose attention to detail has twice been recognized by Fortune Magazine in their list of "l00 Products America Makes Best." There is no better built offshore sailboat. Strength of construction, performance, handling and comfortable accommodations make it possible to sail your Pacific Seacraft 40 with confidence to any part of the world. For non-Florida residents, there is no sales tax due on the purchase of this vessel.
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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