Rarely, if ever, do we find a boat this age (or 10 years newer) that is are ready to go as it can be. We've know this boat since new and thru all her owners. The current one started with very little sailing knowledge but his engineering background led him to not only keep the boat in top notch shape but he also did a huge refit.  Everything is working! She is ready to go!

Extensive Refit Done at Pacific Seacraft Factory in N.C., 2017 (Over $100K list available)

Complete Electronics Upgrade in 2016 All New Equipment is B&G/Simrad Radar, Autopilot, Chartplotter/MFD Units Helm/Nav Station, AIS, Forward-Looking Sonar, Depth, Speed, Temp, Wind Speed/Direction, SSB & MORE

 New Ullman Mainsail, Staysail & High Cut Yankee Including Stack Pack & New Tides Marine Strong Track System for Mainsail, New Forespar Carbon Whisker Pole (2017)

 All New Standing Rigging, New Chainplates, S/S Lifelines, Mast Re-wired w/New Nav Lights, New Halyards, Topping Lift & More

 Iridium Extreme Model 9575 Satellite Phone System (New 2017)

(2) Cruiseair/Marineaire Air Conditioning Units (New Fwd. Unit 2016)

Fischer Panda 4kw Generator (New in 2010 Fuel Lift Pump Replaced & Secondary Added in 2017)

Wind Generator System (2017)

Spectra Cape Horn Extreme Watermaker (2014)

And MUCH, MUCH More!


This Pacific Seacraft was commissioned and equipped by a very knowledgeable and accomplished sailor who had owned a Crealock 37 prior to having this boat built. Thousands of ocean miles on the Crealock 37 helped formulate and clarify what features and options should be included in the new boat and after many trips to the factory and discussions with Bill Crealock and the staff at Pacific Seacraft, the final design was agreed upon. The original owner, an ex-racing sailor, wanted his boat to sail to its full potential and this boat was optimized to sail her best. One of the considerations when adding options was to make the boat as easy to sail as possible and with roller furling on both headsails and the electric primary winches, which can be used to raise the main, it is a push button exercise to trim the sails.

Brokers Comments: The listing broker was a PS dealer when this boat was sold new. He knew the original owner and sold it to the second owner who had a change of plans about 6 months later and he subsequently sold it to the current owner who was also a friend.  The current owner had just retired and set out to explore the Caribbean and did so for 5 years.  He also had a plan to do a transatlantic and decided in 2016 to send the boat back to the new PS factory in North Carolina for an extensive refit. See that list in the full specs.  

In May of 2017, the owner, the previous second owner and another friend set out for the transatlantic and they had little to no issues with the boat and made several days of 160 miles per day.

See the full specs for more information and call the Listing Broker today!