1998 Pacific Seacraft 34'

Maine
Listing ID: 2792739
Description

1998 Pacific Seacraft 34′

34′

Length

Rockland, Maine

Location

Yanmar

Engine

$140,000

For Sale

Overview & History

   “The Pacific Seacraft 34 could be considered the encore act to a very successful Pacific Seacraft Crealock 37. Back in 1980, when Pacific Seacraft had freshly acquired the molds of the Crealock 37 from Cruising Consultants and continued its steady production, the company approached designer Bill Crealock to work on a smaller sibling. This new design became known as the Pacific Seacraft 34 (“Voyagemaker”) and it was introduced in 1984. Incidentally, this was the start of a long and very successful association between Pacific Seacraft and Bill Crealock.

   It’s not surprising then that the boats share similar graceful lines and appearance. As with the 37, the 34 is focused on safety and comfort. Overall a tough boat with a seakindly nature very well suited for blue-water passage making for couples.” ~ Blue Water Boats

Construction

   “The hull is very solid GRP with the outer layer being in vinylester resin to resist osmotic blistering. The deck is cored with end grain balsa. The hull/deck join is above deck. The ballast is lead and externally bolted on. The interior pan runs the full length of the boat. Overall the workmanship is of a very high standard.” ~ Blue Water Boats

Boat Configuration

   “The Pacific Seacraft 34 has relatively large overhanging bow, a handsome sheer line, which ends with a traditional canoe stern. Under the waterline is a relatively long cruising fin keel with a very handy draft of 4’11 in standard trim that will get you into places that other boats wont. The rudder is skeg-hung.

   The rig is of cutter configuration, all control lines are feed back into the safety of the cockpit. The cockpit is small, which some would say is a traditional blue-water design feature to advert the risk of pooping (flooding from a following sea), hence don’t be surprised if it gets cramped quickly as the people count climbs.

   Inside, there is 6’4″ of headroom, a comfortably sized galley, and an interior that is well laid out for liveaboard. There are berths for up to five, two in the V, two in the saloon settees, and a single seagoing quarter berth which doubles as a seat for the nav table.” ~ Blue Water Boats

Accommodations

   Entering the interior from the companionway down (4) steps you enter the Main Cabin with teak interior and a teak and holly sole. Directly to port is the wrap-around Galley that features, storage above and below work surfaces, a Dometic refrigeration system, Force 10 (3) burner stove with oven and broiler, stainless steel double basin sink with pressurized and manual pump taps, and an opening bronze port light with screen above stove.

    On the starboard side opposite the companionway is the forward facing Navigation Station with a custom (2) shelf book case above the chart table. With teak furniture, storage above, in and below chart table, a suite of electronics, 12 volt and 110 volt electric panel with meters, reading light and an opening port light with screen above the station this area has everything you would need at a Navigation Station within arm’s reach.

     Just aft of the Navigation Station is the Pilot Berth that extends aft under the starboard side of the cockpit. The head of the Pilot Berth doubles as the seating for the Navigation Station and can take advantage of the lighting and ventilation from the Navigation Station and has its own dedicated dome-light as well.

    Moving forward past the Navigation Station and Galley, you enter the well thought out Salon. Taking advantage of a large overhead hatch and (4) opening port lights with screens, (2) to port and (2) to starboard, this area is well ventilated. The Salon also features teak handrails above the settees port and starboard, locker and shelf storage above the settee’s, bench style settee’s port and starboard, fans, reading lights and a large fixed dining table with drop leafs both port and starboard. 

   Continuing forward you enter the Forward Cabin with a V-berth forward and the head just aft and to the port side. With shelf storage, port and starboard, above the V-berth, locker and drawer storage below the berth and large hanging locker aft and to starboard of the bunk, there is plenty of space to stow your gear. (3) Opening port lights with screens and a large overhead hatch offer ample ventilation and the reading lights port and starboard offer additional light. The wet Head is fitted with a manual marine head, stainless steel sink, storage above and below counters, and pressurized and manual pump taps. For ventilation, the Head has an opening port light and the cowling and dorade-box on deck allow for good air movement.

Electronics

   In Cockpit

  • Raymarine Chartplotter/Radar 
  • Ritchie SP-5 compass
  • Raymarine Depth/Speed/Wind
  • Raymarine Autopilot  
  • ICom IC-M502 marine VHF

   At Navigation Station

  • ICom IC-M502 marine VHF 
  • Raymarine Chartplotter/Radar
  • ACR Satellite 406 EPIRB

Electrical/Mechanical

  • (2) Group 27 Gel-cell deep cycle batteries
  • (1) Dedicated engine start battery
  • AC/DC electric panel
  • Inverter
  • Blue Sea P12 battery charger 
  • 12 Volt/55 amp alternator
  • Marinco shore power cord
  • Lightning grounded
  • Propane Sniffer and CO2 Detector

Sails/Rigging

  • Full batten main with (3) reef points
  • 110% roller furling jib
  • Roller Furling Staysail
  • Storm Trysail  
  • Cruising Spinnaker
  • Mainsail cover 
  • Mainsail track and roller bearing cars replaced in 2015
  • Harken roller furling
  • Lazy jacks
  • (2) Harken #42 self-tailing primary winches
  • (3) Harken #16 self-tailing winches
  • Self-tailing winch on mast
  • (5) Winch handles

2015 Refit

 

  • New standing rigging with sta-lock terminals
  • New running rigging
  • New binnacle and compass
  • Edson steering system
  • Full electronics including twin GPS- at helm and at nav station
  • VHF-at helm and at nav station
  • Autopilot
  • Sailing instruments 
  • Rudder removed and bearing serviced
  • New teak dorade boxes
  • Stainless cowls and pulpits
  • New chain plates
  • New bow roller assembly
  • New prop shaft, cutless bearing, shaft saver shark line cutter
  • Converted to dripless in 2017
  • New Max Prop
  • New Lofrans anchor windless
  • New ground tackle and 150ft high test chain rode
  • Hinge points on lockers reinforced
  • New galvanic isolator
  • New water heater
  • New BlueSeas battery charger
  • 3 new AGM batteries
  • New Cozy Cabin heater
  • New Dodger and canvas
  • New Halyon fire suppression system in engine compartment
  • Custom teak platform at helm station
  • Custom fiddles in galley
  • Custom teak door in forward cabin
  • New boom vang
  • Fuel tank removed, cleaned, pressure tested
  • New custom stainless exhaust riser and mixer
  • New Force Ten 3 burner stove and range
  • Mast and boom painted
  • New mainsail track with roller bearing cars
  • All deck hardware re-bedded
  • Propane sniffer and CO2 detector
  • Interior re-varnished

Additional Inventory

  • Lifesling MOB system
  • Viking 6 Man Life Raft 2017
  • Horseshoe PFD
  • Boarding ladder
  • Teak drop leaf cockpit table
  • Drink holder
  • Fenders with covers
  • Docklines
  • Cockpit cushions 
  • (2) Fire extinguishers
  • Emergency tiller
  • Radar reflector
  • Pair of jacklines
  • Screens for ports, hatches and companionway

United Yacht Sales is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by East Coast 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


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Engine Specs
Engine Model Yanmar 3JH2E
Hours 651
Fuel
HP 1.34



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We are pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by East Coast 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.

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