1995 Pacific Seacraft 34
|Propulsion Type||Single Inboard|
|Location||Oyster Bay, NY|
Number of single berths: 2
Number of twin berths: 1
Number of double berths: 1
Number of heads: 1
The spacious main salon reflects a traditional layout with modern innovations.
There is a comfortable aft quarter berth that is 7'7" long and 34' wide. Port and starboard settees provide excellent sea berths. The port settee easily converts into a wide double berth. Both settees backs allow instant access to storage behind. Above the settees, a total of four teak storage lockers ( two on port and two starboard ) and two bookshelves with removable fiddles ( one port one star board),will keep your ship's library safely tucked away. The center drop leaf table provides secure handholds and three stowage compartments.
Starboard and port settee seat cushions reupholstered in 2018 with additional fabric to reupholster remainder of cushions as required.
All interior lighting Led Bulbs (2013)
Espar Diesel forced air heating system effectively extends your sailing season for overnight trips.
The head compartment is attractive and easy to clean, with a soft white matte finish trimmed in hand rubbed teak. Ample stowage for personal items is provided above and below the sink counter. Other amenities include a teak framed mirror, hand holds and towel bar. The molded in shower pan is covered by a teak grate. A dedicated sump pump discharges shower water overboard.
Groco marine toilet
Sink, with retractable faucet (for shower)
Shower tray in floor covered with teak grate.
There is a large v-berth, 6'6" long and 6.5 ft wide, with insert . Plenty of storage is found in three drawers underneath the bed and a double hanging locker to starboard. Louvered doors provide good ventilation. Shelves with removable fiddles run along both port and starboard hull. Opening ports and an overhead hatch provide plenty of light and ventilation.
2 cabinet compartments for additional stowage
Easy access to chain and windlass motor
|Engines & Mechanical|
1995 Yanmar 3JH2E Diesel
Engine Hours: 1,670 January 2019
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Propeller: 3 blade Feathering Max Propeller
Starter replaced (2011)
Alternator Replaced (2011)
Raw water pump replaced (2011)
Fuel pump replaced (2011)
Spare starter and Alternator
Double stainless steel sinks
Hot water system (shore power and engine heated)
Seawater faucet with foot pump (Not plumbed for seawater)
Force 10 2-burner propane stove and oven
Garbage can integrated into work surface with butcher block cutting board included with recess to fit over double sink to create additional counter space.
Ice box - Adler/Barbour
Located on the starboard side of the companionway ladder where it is easily accessible from the cockpit. It features a large 31" by 40" teak chart table with a flip top storage compartment. The table lid has an internal brace that allows it to be held in a level plane. Custom teak nav desk riser ordered from Pacific Seacraft and installed 2014.
Raymarine C 80 Chart Plotter/Radar at Nav desk with external GPS antennae and mast mounted Radar dome
B & G Chart plotter Zeus 3 at helm ( 2018)
12 Volt multi out let charging station for phones and tablets.
Horizon LH5 hailing horn with programmable settings and mast mounted speaker
Icom IC-M424 VHF marine radio with Icom Command Mic in cockpit ( 2014)
Vesper AIS Watchmate on swing out bracket and external dedicated GPS antennae
Electric master control panel that is hinged for easy access to wiring.
Beneath the chart table is a wet locker for hanging foul weather gear.
Windex New ( 2017 )
|Sails & Rigging|
Deck Stepped mast removed and inspected ( 2011)
All standing rigging inspected (2011)
All Running rigging replaced (2012)
UK Full length Batten Main sail. ( 2012 )
UK 140% Genoa with Foam luff ( 2012)
UK Asymmetrical spinnaker with sock very good condition
Doyle Staysail 138 Sq. ft. on hank on to Vectran detachable inner stay and Vectran Running Back Stays , and sunbrella deck bag ( 2015)
I 40.3 J 14.5 P 34.4 E 14.0
Spare Genoa and Main in fair condition
Harken Roller Furler for Genoa replaced ( 2014)
Double anchor roller at bow with port side roller converted to custom removal anodized aluminum bracket and pole for mounting tack for Asymmetric sail (2014)
Manson Supreme 45 lb. anchor on 200 ft. 5/16 galv chain (2011)
Lofrans electric Kobra anchor windlass with bow and cockpit controllers (2011)
Danforth secondary anchor stowed in forward bow locker with separate chain locker at stern with 16 ft. chain and 200 ft. rode.
Hull and deck
Hull painted Awl Grip Jade Mist Green prior to 2011.
New Awl Grip white Boot Stripe (2013)
2 Vetus dorade vents with teak cowls
2 large opening Bomar deck hatches
10 Bronze opening port lights with insect screens for excellent ventilation
6 Bronze cleats, fairleads and anchor hawse
2 Lewmar 44 primary winches
3 Lewmar 16 cabin top winches
1 Lewmar mast mounted winch
Large propane locker with space for 2 propane tanks ( one tank Installed)
Boarding ladder mounted on stern pushpit
Hull bottom paint bead blasted and Interprotect Barrier coat and new bottom paint (2016)
Stainless Wheel with elk hide cover
Ritchie Power damp compass on binnacle
B & G Zeus 3 Chart plotter ( 2018)
New Nav pod ( 2018)
New Pedestal Guard (2018)
Teak cockpit table
Engine room access through cockpit floor
Deep lazarette to port
Shallow lazarette to starboard
Cockpit dodger frame (stainless steel) and attachment points on cabin top
Bimini frame ( stainless steel and attachment points aft)
Sunbrella canvas and connector
B & G Auto Network pilot control at helm
Three B & G Network at Cabin bulk head
Garmin Depth cabin bulkhead
2 Solobian SP 100 Flexible Solar Panels Bimini mounted & controllers ( 2017)
Automatic Manual bilge pump
Canvas Dodger - Bimini connector -Mainsail cover-Helm cover-Hand rail covers-Companionway cover with integrated insect screen- Dorade Box Covers
Rail Mounted propane fired grill
Garhauer out board engine lift
Rail mounted out board bracket mount
Four fenders with cloth covers
One rectangular fender for boarding from launch covered in sunbrella to match hull
Three dock lines
Hose for sea water wash down
Hose for fresh water cockpit shower
Emergency through hull bungs
Original Pacific Seacraft factory binder and manuals
Rail mounted throw able life ring
30 Amp Shore power cord and splitter at boat receptacle for dock side electric
Viking 4 person Life Raft (2012) needs recertification
|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.|
|Engine Type||Single Inboard|
This Crealock 34 represents a rare opportunity to acquire a well maintained example of the highly regarded Pacific Seacraft 34. To the knowledgeable sailor, the William Crealock designed sloop/cutter is a well-proven blue water sailing vessel. From the traditional sea-kindly canoe stern to the extensive use of robust bronze hardware these boats are made to safely cross oceans, but well suited to sailing coastal waters.
Owner is moving up to a larger vessel.
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The hull of the Pacific Seacraft is a solid GRP with the outer layer being in vinylester resin to resist osmotic blistering. The deck is cored with end grain balsa with plywood inserted at all points where deck hardware is mounted and appropriate backing plates. The ballast is lead and externally bolted on.
The construction is time tested and no longer available in todays generic production boats that are built to a price point. With a molded bulwark, and box joint topped off with a finished teak cap rail and molded nonskid, the deck is extremely safe to negotiate even when well-heeled in high winds. Below the waterline the shoal draft fin scheel keel features a cutaways 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 and versatile cutter rig is designed to be easily and safely sailed. All lines are led aft to the cockpit. Sturdy stanchions bolted to the bulwark, oversized and uncompromising bronze deck fittings, and a fantastic sail plan which includes mainsail with full battens and two reef points, a detachable stay sail, high cut yankee, and 140 percent Genoa.
The Crealock has an attractive shear line, generous overhangs, and a shapely canoe stern. Compliments on her appearance are never ending.
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'