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,” such as seaworthiness, premium quality, exceptional performance, comfort
and beauty. She has 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 and repeated performance in the recent Singlehanded Transpacific
Yacht Race. She’ll accommodate six and has features specifically designed for
extended ocean voyages. The speed of the Pacific Seacraft 37 is already
legendary, but performance in a cruising boat requires much more. A cruising
boat must have a comfortable motion at sea and be well-balanced under sail so
the crew does not have to fight the boat every yard of the way. The Crealock 37
was carefully designed for an easy motion. When you are shorthanded and you grow
weary of those long night watches, a balanced boat can make a world of
difference. In addition to her beauty, comfort, and sailing ability, the Pacific
Seacraft 37 offers engineering and construction that is unsurpassed. Her
fiberglass hull and deck are built to the most rigorous specifications, 100 per
cent hand laid-up and squeegeed to remove all excess resin for optimum
strength-to-weight ratio. Deck strength and insulation are increased with
high-compressive-strength plywood core construction. Throughout the cabin, a
soft white matte finish provides just the right counterpoint for the abundant
hand-rubbed teak joinery. Sunlight and fresh air pour in from ten polished
bronze opening ports and two large deck hatches.
Owner suppled information:
The boat is typical of the C37 and you can find many photos and reviews on the
web. Boat is located at Safe Cove in Port Charlotte, Florida.
Boat is powered by a Yanmar 50hp 4JH2E. Starts right up. 2907 hrs.
The boat was knocked over and the mast broken in Ian. The boat also took on
water on her side and there was some minor damage there to the woodwork and
New mast has been stepped. Mast is from Pacific Seacraft. Comes with new
chainplates, standing rig, and two new furlers for the headsails.
Needs new Halyards.
The port mast pulpit was bent, but is repairable.
The batteries were damaged and have been removed. I have an older agm cell in
there for starting the motor.
Kiss wind generator lost one blade and the nose cap. I have a set of replacement
New in 2022 Winter:
Cap rails and companionway sanded and finished with Cetol
Fuel tank cleaned and polished
All new electronics. B&G vulcan chart plotter, radar, simrad direct drive below
deck autpilot. Still needs new depth and knot transducer installed but it is on
board. Also new masthead wind vane is on board to replace the one broken.
Maxwell HRC 10 windlass with wireless remote. New Rocna 55# and 200 feet 3/8
chain. Also a backup fortress anchor with 150 foot rope and chain rode.
New North Sail 140% yankee cut Genoa.
Main and stay sails are about 10 years old. North sails. Still have 150% older
Genoa and a backup staysail.
New Jabsco Head
New lifelines and safety netting
New Mixing Elbow.
Included with the boat:
West marine dinghy 9′ and 9.9 Tohatsu 2 stroke.
Assorted dock lines and bumpers and spare ropes.
Dishes and cookware
Chart books of Keys, Forida, and East Coast
Several tubs of misc nuts bolts and spare parts.
Magma propane grill.
Shop vac, bucket, mops, etc
Assorted cleaners, oils, waxes, etc.
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.
Call Bud Mueller at 248 343 0599 for more info and pics for this Pacific
Cay Marine Group is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This
boat is centrally listed by Pier One Yacht Sales. It is offered as a convenience
by this broker/dealer to its clients and is not intended to convey direct
representation of a particular vessel