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Cruising Yachts - Alameda
This is a stunning example of the Pacific Seacraft 37. As can be seen in the photos she is well appointed and has been exquisitely maintained. Safety and performance are well combined to allow for all seas, all conditions passage either shorthanded of with your full family or crew. Within the 37' length, you find an owner's cabin forward along with the head. Amidships the settee to port allows a single berth to port (with lee cloths) plus to starboard the settee seating contained by the salon table is a convertible as either a single or double berth. Aft to port, behind the chart table/nav station, is a full quarter berth beneath the cockpit seating. Beautiful woodwork is found throughout testifying to time-tested true traditional craftsmanship the Pacific Seacraft has always been known for.
From the manufacturer:
Pacific Seacraft 37
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" - seaworthiness, premium quality, exceptional performance, comfort, and beauty. She'll accommodate six and has features specifically designed for ocean voyages.
Her designer, W.I.B. Crealock, has utilized 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 performance in the Singlehanded TransPacific Yacht Race. Chosen by veteran solo racer David White, the "Crealock 37", racing against larger boats, finished second, logging 2,482 miles - an average speed of 6.76 knots for 15 days straight
The PS 37 is capable of carrying her skipper and crew across any sea with safety and in splendid comfort. Moreover, she can do so with a swiftness that has heretofore been the exclusive realm of the ocean racer. The Crealock 37’s design, construction, and attention to detail make her a yacht appreciated and owned by sailors with years of experience and many bluewater miles behind them.
In essence, Bill Crealock built the 37 for himself. In his words: "I did not have to pay homage to interiors festooned with bunks, or revered classic features, or long waterlines or short or distorted ends. The 37 is an attempt to provide the cruiser with a boat which will travel fast between ports under complete control, and which will yet remind him that the passage itself should be one of the pleasures of the cruise."
2003 37' Pacific Seacraft, Pangaea, designed by William Crealock
LOA - 36' 11"
Beam - 10' 10"
LWL - 27' 9"
Draft - 5' 10"
Displacement - 16,000 lbs.
Ballast - 6,200 lbs.
Propulsion - 55 hp. Yanmar 4JH3E (1,500 hrs.)
Water Tankage - 80 gal.
Fuel Tankage - 37 gal.
Holding Tankage - 16 gal.
Muir Cougar electric windlass
Dual anchor rollers
Aluminum toe-rail (unusual option feature)
All chain anchor rode - 330' 5/16HT galvanized chain
Oversized 60# CQR anchor on the bow roller
Fortress FX#16 anchor with chain and nylon rode
Monitor Windvane steering (2010)
Storage cabinets along hull sides and beneath the sink
Double stainless steel sinks (with sink discharge macerator)
Hot/Cold pressure water
Separate foot-operated sea-water and fresh-water taps
Top loading refrigerator (Technautiques - 12V)
Force 10 3-burner stainless steel stove
Propane in transom locker
Raymarine RL80C LCD color radar display at nav station
Raymarine 6000 Plus autopilot
Raymarine ST60 instrument cluster (wind, speed, depth)
Raymarine 4KW (48nm) radar
Garmin 176C chart-plotter
ICOM IC-M502 VHF
ICOM HM-127 RAM mic in cockpit
3- AGM batteries (2 - house, 1 - engine start, new 2018)
30 amp shore power
AC power panel at nav station
Xantrex Freedom 10 1,000 watt inverter/charger w/link monitor/control
Morningstar Prostar 30 solar controller (no solar panels currently installed)
Yanmar 55 hp 4JH3E, with 1,500 hours
Engine/Transmission single lever control at helm
Packless Sealing Systems Dripless shaft seal
Raycor fuel filter with fuel/water seperator
2- 40 gallon water tanks (1 - fwd beneath V berth, 1 - aft beneath quarter berth)
Pressure water to galley and head
Foot pump fresh water at galley sink
Foot pump sea water at galley sink
Hot water via engine heat-exchange or dockside via shore power
Spectra watermaker - additional outlet at galley sink (pickled and never used by seller)
Cutter rig with removable inner forestay
Harken roller furling headstay
Harken Batt-Car system for mainsail
Harken winch - mast mounted
Additional main halyard
Dedicated spinnaker halyard
Forespar carbon whisker pole, mast mounted on an adjustable track
Switlik SAR 6 MKII raft, deck mounted with a hydrostatic release (may need testing and recertification)
6 - Offshore PFD's
2 - auto bilge pumbs
1 - manual bilge pump in cockpit
ACR ditch bag
EPIRB with GPS
Stern sea-anchor (Jordan Series Drogue)
Aqua Signal Series 40 LED tricolor light at masthead
Forespar bow and spreader lights
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