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Sea Lake Yachts LLC
Pacific Seacraft 37 from the design board of Bill Crealock, constructed in solid GRP and launched 1995. This Crealock design features in the Sailboat Hall of Fame. A strong coastal & blue water passage maker. Many of these vessels have circumnavigated the globe and delivered their crews safely back home. Bill Crealock bases his design on the premise that the offshore journey should be one of the pleasures of the cruise. Making the journey in a Pacific Seacraft sailing yacht is a dream realized by sailors around the globe.
Forward stateroom: Beginning in the forward cabin, there is a shelf forward, with double door chain locker access above that at the foot of the offset double berth. Beneath the berth are three drawers and two large storage bin spaces. A dressing seat, vanity and mirror. Storage includes two tall lockers and more louvered cabinet storage along the port hull side and storage behind and beneath the seat. Lighting and ventilation are in abundance, with an overhead hatch and three opening ports.
Main Salon: Aft is the main salon. To port is a long settee with storage below it and behind it, and a teak planked magazine rack and storage bins with two reading lights above that. Across on starboard is an L-shaped dinette with a drop leaf centerline table. An insert can be put in to convert this to a comfortable double berth. There is storage below and behind the seating; above that is a teak planked bookshelf with teak lockers on either end. Two more reading lights are located on this side of the cabin.
Galley: Aft of the dinette is the U-shaped galley. There is access to dinnerware via the overhead storage cabinet. Beneath that there are two deep stainless steel sinks, with hot and cold pressure water and storage beneath them. Outboard of that there is a cutting board, which cleverly conceals a trash bin. The Force 10 stove, with storage behind it and below it, has an oven as well as a broiler. Aft of that is a large icebox with refrigeration, with hinged lid access and teak louvered storage lockers above.
Nav station: Across from the galley on the port side is the nav station. The chart table is a comfortable size and there is convenient access to the drop down electrical panel. A wet locker is located beneath the table and there is storage under the seat. The quarter berth behind that boasts a spacious sleeping area.