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|Location||New Bern, North Carolina|
|Length at Water Line||27 ft 9 in|
|Beam||10 ft 10 in|
|Max Draft||4 ft 8 in|
|Dry Weight||16000 lb|
|Max Bridge Clearance||50 ft|
|Engine usage (hours)||3500|
|Fuel Tanks||37 gal|
|Fresh Water Tanks||85 gal|
|Holding Tanks||16 gal|
An exceptional sailing vessel, Pacific Seacraft are known for their sailing and cruising capabilities.
“All the Crealock creations are aesthetically sophisticated, ideally proportioned and some of the best handling, most sea kindly boats in the world.” - Ferenc Mate, 'The Worlds' Best Sailboats'
Speed and comfort without compromise to seaworthiness. Those were the goals Bill Crealock set out to accomplish when he designed the plans of what would become the Pacific Seacraft Crealock 37. This stout and versatile boat is just as comfortable in a stiff breeze on a long blue water voyage as she is cruising the coast on the weekend. The Pacific Seacraft 37 has been favorably reviewed over the course of its long production history by many owners, experienced sailors, and experts alike. As a testament to her design nearly 200 hulls have been laid since her inception in 1978. In 1992 the Pacific Seacraft Crealock 37 was inducted into the American Sailboat Hall of Fame as one of the most well reviewed all-time classic cruisers.
Her design and build quality make for a solid and capable Bluewater cruiser with a handsome traditional look. Boasting an attractive shear line, generous overhangs, and a shapely canoe stern she presents with just as much beauty as she does exceptional sailing characteristics.
The construction is top notch and well proven with a solid fiberglass hull, a fiberglass sandwich deck joined to the hull with a molded bulwark, and box joint topped off with a finished teak cap rail. Below the waterline the shoal draft fin keel features a cutaway fore and aft with a full skeg rudder and protected propeller. Her well-proven hull is designed to minimize crew fatigue while the exceptionally balanced cutter rig is designed to be easily and safely sailed with all lines led aft to the cockpit. Notable features include 30-inch-high sturdy stanchions, double bow roller, oversized and uncompromising deck fittings, and a fantastic sail plan which includes mainsail with full battens and two reef points, high cut yankee, and 130 percent Genoa. Both headsails include Harken roller furling.
The Pacific Seacraft 37s sailing journeys have been well documented and she is a frequent sight at many far-off anchorages. LAST DANCE has been well kept by her original owner and is ready for many more miles under her keel.
This is an ideal boat for blue water sailing. This is a great boat for a single-hander or a cruising couple. The sail plan is easy to manage whether sailing in a light breeze in the local river or bay or in a gale in the middle of the ocean.
Her beautiful shear lines will look good in any marina and her sensible design will sail well in any ocean. Very few 37-foot boats can compare with the Pacific Seacraft 37.
Don’t miss this exceptional opportunity to own a beautiful Pacific Seacraft 37. “LAST DANCE” is not ready to hang up her “sailing shoes” and she is ready to go. Easy to see in New Bern, NC.
Below deck the Pacific Seacraft 37 features well-lit and comfortable accommodations with living space designed for life at the dock or while cruising. The teak joinery is exceptional and the deep undertones of the wood compliment well with the light green color of the upholstery. Brass lights and fixtures adorn the interior and provide a sense of timeless seagoing tradition. Ten chromed brass portlights and two overhead hatches lend well to the ventilation of the boat but are well sealed for when underway.
The forward cabin includes a rather generously sized offset double berth to starboard with a dressing seat to port. Stowage is exceptional and includes two tall hanging lockers, a set of three drawers, double door stowage compartment, and a hide-a-way bin. There’s additional space for gear below the berth and seat, a mirrored bulkhead with mirror, and convenient access to the chain locker at the forward bulkhead.
Adjacent to the forward cabin is a well sized head with vanity with cabinetry above and below, stainless steel sink with pull-out hot/cold shower faucet, a large medicine cabinet, and a nice teak trimmed mirror. Teak wood touches throughout the head include the floor grate, well-positioned grab rail, and a fold-down seat.
The main salon offers a generous amount of space with an L-shaped settee to starboard that easily converts to a double berth, twin leaf folding table with wine bottle storage, and a settee to port well suited for a sea berth. The fiddled cabinetry is both beautifully crafted and utilitarian in design. Everything stays nicely tucked into place even while underway in a rough sea.
Guest accommodations include a nice sized quarter berth just aft of the navigation station. The chart table offers a well-lit workspace with folding top, wet locker beneath, and a forward-facing seat with stowage under the cushion.
The starboard U-shaped galley has abundant stowage for flatware, glassware, and provisions among the well-crafted cabinets above and below the countertop. Amenities include a Force 10 two burner stove, oven with broiler, a segmented top load 12V Alder Barbour cold storage icebox, and double stainless-steel deep sinks with pressurized hot and cold water and manual fresh water foot pump. A rubbish bin is smartly concealed by a butcher block top adjacent to the sink and a smaller butcher block top can be used over one sink.
GALLEY: The galleys located along the aft, starboard side of the main cabin and offers excellent food storage and preparation areas that will please even the most discriminating chef.
- Double stainless-steel sinks with faucet and foot pump for fresh cold water
- Force 10 stainless steel (2) burner stove top with oven and
- Alder Barbour 12-volt top load refrigerator with freezer compartment
- Ample storage cabinets and drawers
ELECTRICAL: The electrical panel is located outboard of the navigation station.
- 12-volt DC and 120-volt AC power
- Power distribution panel with circuit breakers
- AC and DC volts and ampere meters
- 30-Amp shore power cord
- Pompanette marine AC and reverse cycle heat with electronic panel
- Freedom Heart Interface Inverter Charger Control at navigation station
- Freedom Heart Inverter/Charger
- 120-volt GFI protected receptacles
- Sony CDX-HS70MW radio with AM/FM/CD and MP3
- XM satellite radio and antenna
- LG flat screen TV mounted on swivel in quarter berth, easily seen from salon
- 6-gallon stainless steel hot water tank with engine heat exchanger
- LED replacement light bulbs in interior
- Seth Thomas brass barometer and clock
- Wind generator mounted in stainless steel stern plow with DC amp meter at navstation
- B&G Network Data display for speed, depth, wind, and log
- Furuno Radar display
- Furuno 16-mile radar dome on mast
- ICOM IC-M58 VHF radio
- Ritchie Powerdamp compass on binnacle
- ICOM BC-166 hand held VHF radio
- Raymarine Smart Pilot ST-6002 autopilot
- Garmin GPS Map 440s chart plotter in NAVPOD
- B&G Network Speed display
- B&G Wind speed and direction
- B&G Depth indicator
Engine and Mechanical Details
MECHANICAL: The engine compartment is easily accessed by lifting the compartment top. You can gain full access by removing the steps and front cabinet of the compartment. Access to the transmission and other mechanicals are through the removable cockpit hatch.
- Yanmar 4JH2E diesel, fresh water-cooled engine with 3500 hours
- Marine transmission with dripless shaft
- Yanmar panel with ROM, oil pressure and water temperature plus alarms
- Edson helm pedestal
- Stainless steel throttle at pedestal with separate transmission lever
- Stainless steel destroyer steering wheel
- Emergency tiller
- (3) blade bronze propeller
- Racor primary fuel filter
- Ample spare parts and filters
Deck and Hardware
- Double stainless-steel anchor rollers
- Primary Bruce 20Kg plow anchor with chain rode
- Secondary Fortress 24 anchor with chain and rope rode
- Stern Fortress 16 anchor with chain and rope rode
- Hand operated anchor windlass
- Stainless steel stanchions with double lifelines
- Port, starboard and aft boarding gates
- Stern fold down swim ladder
- Stern portside outboard motor bracket
- Stern port side stainless steel outboard motor lift
- Cockpit cushions
- Dark blue Sunbrella bimini, dodger and connector with stainless steel handrails
- Dark blue Sunbrella sail cover
- Life Sling mounted on port stern
- Life Ring mounted on starboard stern
- Teak toe rails and cabin trim
- Teak handrails mounted on cabin top
- Self-draining cockpit
- Emergency bilge pump in cockpit and head compartment
- (2) Bowmar overhead hatches with teak screens
- (10) opening interior ports with screens
- (2) Vetus Stainless Dorade vents on foredeck
- Folding cockpit table with cup and binocular holder on helm pedestal
- Global Fix Pro 406MHZ GPS EPIRB
- 2nd 406 EPIRB
Sails and Rigging
- Deck stepped mast with single spreader
- Stainless steel standing rigging with turnbuckles
- Running backstay
- JIB with Harken roller furling
- Staysail with Harken roller furling
- Mainsail with lazy jacks for easy lowering the sail and storage
- (2) Lewmar #48 self-tailing winches
- (3) Lewmar #16 self-tailing winches
- (7) Spinlock clutches
- Schaefer blocks
- Rooftop traveler
- Inboard and outboard genoa tracks
- All lines lead back to cockpit for easy sailing and safety
BROKER REMARKS: LAST DANCE is not ready for her last dance but instead she is awaiting further adventures. The original owner is ready to move onto other ventures and has placed LAST DANCE on the brokerage market for sale. Do not miss this opportunity for a proven blue water cruiser.
Easy to see in New Bern, NC with jet service from Delta (ATL) or American (CLT).
No Hurricane damage as the boat was on the hard in Annapolis during the storm. I personally delivered her to New Bern and found her to be a wonderful cruiser which sailed effortlessly through the Chesapeake Bay in 30 knots and 5-7’ seas. You won’t be disappointed.
* Engine hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.
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.