1977 Pacific Seacraft 25 (restored)
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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Kemah, TX
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- US$ 29,900
The Pacific Seacraft 25 is a remarkable, tough, traditional pocket cruiser, capable of crossing oceans... or you can put it on a trailer and take it to your favorite lake.
Add this beautifully restored double ended blue water cruiser to your "must see" list.
Right after the current owner purchased this 25PSC in 2001 he began to restore it... not just to it's original condition but made it better.
Click on the "Full Specs" button to see the scope of work applied to this restoration between 2001 and 2006 and after. Also, the owner has authorized me to release a copy of a 2007 insurance survey to anyone requesting to view it. You can tell the surveyor was very impressed with this Pacific Seacraft 25.
The listing Broker for this vessel is Darrell Cottle, CPYB. He can be reached directly on his cell phone at 713-385-5567 or email Darrell@SeaLakeYachtsllc.com for any additional information, to arrange a tour or to make an offer.
CONTACT LISTING BROKER For More Information
DARRELL COTTLE, CPYB
Please contact Darrell Cottle at 281-549-4724
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Pacific Seacraft
Designer: Henry Mohrschladt
Hull Shape: Monohull
LOA: 24 ft 6 in
Beam: 8 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 3 ft 3 in
Displacement: 5500 lbs
Total Power: 15 HP
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Engine Model: 2YM15
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 1000
Propeller: 3 blade propeller
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 15 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: (29 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: Aluminum (10 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: (10 Gallons)
Number of single berths: 1
Number of twin berths: 2
Number of heads: 1
Restoration work between 2001 and 2006
- All new standing rigging
- New 1x19, 3/16", 316 SS wire
- All new 316 SS Sta-lok fittings
- All new chrome plated bronze turnbuckles with 316 SS T-bolts and new toggles
- All new running rigging: New England Ropes, 3/8" Sta-Set
- Lead halyards and reef lines to cockpit
- Harken 40mm Carbo blocks at base of mast
- Harken deck organizers
- Lewmar Superlock D1 double line clutches
- Harken 6 single speed bronze winches
- Converted to single line reefing for both #1 and #2 reefs
- Added bowsprit, 36" length from bow to end of sprit
- Bowsprit design by Cyrus Ray Thomas, registered professional engineer, state of Texas (boat owner)
- Fabrication by Merck Fabrication
- Material: 6061-T6 and 6063-T6 aluminum, powder coated
- 2" sch 40 pipe frame
- 3/8" thick mounting plates (mounts to sides of boat hull)
- 3/8" thick mounting strap for forestay and bobstay
- 1/8" thick diamond plate decking
- Added bobstay and bobstay fitting
- lx19, ", 316 wire
- 316 SS Sta-lok fittings
- Custom 304 SS bobstay fitting design by Cyrus Ray Thomas, manufactured by Merck Fabrication, painted with epoxy primer and polyurethane finish coat
- Moved forestay to bowsprit
- New jib roller furling, Profurl C290 Cruising System
- New 100% jib sail, purchased from Cameron Sails, Neil Pryde
- Raised boom to accommodate higher bimini
- Shortened boom to allow proper backstay clearance for higher boom
- Mainsail foot re-cut to accommodate higher boom (Cameron Sails)
- Added wind vane
- New halyard sheaves
- Reworked bimini frame to allow standing headroom in cockpit
- New bimini cover
- New Bottomsiders cockpit cushions
- Raised cockpit sole, added drain troughs beneath cockpit sole and reworked fastening system for easy removal
- Added shore power with one cabin outlet circuit (one outlet) and battery charger circuit
- Replaced all wiring throughout boat
- Replaced all interior lights
- Replaced all exterior lights
- Added combination anchor/tri-color light at masthead
- New breaker panel and breakers, Blue Seas breakers
- Added two cabin fans
- New battery charger, two bank, two stage
- Moved battery compartment from cockpit locker to beneath cabin sole
- Two new group 24, glass matt, sealed batteries
- New VHF radio, antenna and antenna cable
- New brass clock and barometer
- Replaced glass and gaskets in portlights
- New deck hatch
- New CD player/radio, speakers and interior dipole antenna
- Added DC accessory plug
- Added teak interior handholds
- New cabin cushions
- Added curtains at V-berth and forward bulkhead
- Repaired head: new kit and pump cylinder
- Added 10 gallon holding tank, deck fitting, overboard pump, diverter valve
- Replaced all hoses: fuel, water, waste (except fuel fill and sink drain)
- Removed old, leaking fuel and water tanks beneath cabin sole (new 10 gallon fuel tank already added in lazerette by previous owner)
- Lowered cabin sole and surfaced with vinyl chip flooring bedded in two part, clear polyurethane. Non-skid added to final coat of polyurethane.
- Removed fore/aft dinette and replaced with settee on port side. Folding dinette table to be added later.
- Added new 29 gallon flexible water tank beneath V-berth
- Added fresh water pump for new water tank
- Added new faucet in galley
- Reworked stove to removed pressure system and converted to non-pressure canister type stove
- Re-worked main hatch: raised to allow standing headroom in salon and added sea hood
- Stripped all interior woodwork and varnished
- Added cowl vent with dorade box
- Replaced fabric headliner with FRP panels
- Added (2) anchor rollers to bow sprit
- Two new x 150 ft., 3-strand, nylon anchor lines, New England Ropes
- Two 10 ft_galvanized chains
- New deck pipe
- Divided anchor locker to accommodate two anchor lines
- New Yanmar 2YM15 engine with transmission and control panel, installed by Derek Day, South Kemah Services Corp.
- New 12", bronze, 3-blake propeller with 14" pitch
- New muffler and exhaust hose
- New cooling hose
- New fuel lines
- New vacuum gauge to fuel line to monitor secondary filter condition
- New engine controls
- Added copper grounding plate, mast grounding wire, bonding system
- Added two fire extinguishers, flares, MOB life ring, life jackets
- Added boarding ladder
- Re-worked bow pulpit to extend to the end of the bow sprit
- New lifelines, 3/16"
- Replaced rotted through-hull backing plates
- Added two electric bilge pumps, each with a separate switch panel
- Primary: Attwood Guardian 500 GPH automatic (includes float switch) bilge pump, mounted in bottom of bilge
- Secondary: Rule 3700 bilge pump and rule float switch, mounted six inches above primary pump
- Bronze through-hulls for each pump
- New bottom paint, Winter 2006
- New boot stripe
- New speed and depth gauges and transducers
- New compass
- Weld repaired pintles and gudgeons
- Ground-out blisters on rudder and repaired with epoxy resin. Painted with epoxy primer and finish coated with bottom paint.
MOST RECENT WORK
- 2011: Added Harkin #16 self-tailing winches for jib sheets and Raymarine ST2000 tiller autopilot.
2017: Removal of bottom gelcoat, hull dry-out, blister repair, added West System Epoxy eight coat barrier coating and two coat Ultra-Kote bottom paint. No blisters were found during recent 2020 haul-out.
2020: Replaced port and starboard chain plates, tiller and bow railing.
Surveyor comments in 2007
Design Characteristics - The central portion of the cabin top aft of the and the width of the companionway hatch sea hood has been raised approx. 6". This along with lowering the cabin sole gives approximately 6' standing headroom.
- The boom has been raised to clear a new Bimini and shortened correspondingly to clear the backstay.
- All the standing rigging wire and end fittings as well as the tutnbuckles and toggles are all new.
- Two single=line slab reefs in mainsail
- All the standing rigging wire and end fittings as well as the turnbuckles and toggles are all new. The Profurl roller furling is new.
- Two Barlow #16, bronze, single-speed, for jib sheets
- One Harken #6 bronze, single speed, winch on cabin top for halyards (new)
- One mainsail re-cut to fit new boom position
- One Cameron Sail Dacron 100% jib (new, to fit new headstay configuration.
- One spinnaker
- Engine: Yanmar Model 2YM15 15hp with elec. starting and closed circut cooling. SN E01653 . Hours: 36
- Kanzaki Model KM-2P reverse/reduction gear with 2.62:1 ratio driving a stainless steel 1" shaft with hex-nut packing.
- Fuel sys: one aluminum tank is installed in lazarette. Racor primary filter/water separator. The original aluminum tank located below the sole has been removed.
- Potable water: new bladder tank in forepeak. New electric pump at galley sink.
- Dewatering sys: Attwood 500 GPH automatic submersible bilge pump and Rule 3700 bilge pump
- Nav Aids: Digital depth and speed. Icom VHF
- Seating for four persons and sleeping facilities for four persons consisting of V-berth, saloon with convertible dinette, and single quarter berth.
- Galley stove is two-burner using Magic-Heat canisters (similar to Sterno)
- One manual marine toilet installed in V-berth
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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.