Journey has just returned from a 6 year circumnavigation and she’s ready to do it again. The Pacific Seacraft 37 is a superb high performance cruising yacht which incorporates all the qualities an experienced sailor looks for in a proper yacht.- Sea worthiness, premium quality,exceptional performance, comfort and beauty. She will accommodate 6 with features designed for ocean voyages.The PS 37 is capable of carrying her skipper and crew across any sea with safety and comfort and swiftness.
Full SpecsBoat Name
Engine Model: 4JH2E
Engine/Fuel Type: diesel
Engine Type: Inboard
Fuel Tanks: 1 ( 40 Gallon )
Holding Tanks: ( )
Number of cabins:
Number of heads: 1
The interior provides a stbd-side forward berth; enclosed forward head compartment to stbd with shower grate; main salon with L-settee to stbd and centerline double-leaf table, plus port settee with lee-board; aft U-galley with cooking and refrigeration appliances; nav table with seat opposite the galley; large quarter berth to port.
It is finished in a traditional décor with teak paneling and joinery, Formica counters and shower sides, gel coated FRP accommodation pan for the sole and hull ceils, teak and holly plywood sole over the pan, and sectional soft headliners. Natural ventilation and lighting via hatches, Dorade vents in the coach roof, and opening ports in the trunk cabin.
Installed Convenience Systems:
Potable water in deck-filled tank under the quarter berth and bow berth, with a 6-gallon combination shore AC electric or engine heat scavenging heater, and pressure pump for delivery to the sinks and shower.
Water maker is an HRO 200 gallon per day reverse-osmosis system in the cockpit locker. The unit is pickled and the membranes are reported by the broker as removed to the manufacturer for storage. The unit was not tested. Water closet is a manually-flushed, sea water-supplied Baby Blade pattern marine unit, plumbed with a Y-valve to select discharge overboard or into a holding tank under the forward berth for dockside pumpout.
- Gimbaled Force 10 stainless 2-burner stove with oven and broiler
- 2 aluminum propane tanks in the bottom-draining lazarette
- Pressure gauge, regulator, and solenoid-operated remotely-switched shut-off in the locker, and a single- piece hose run to the stove
Navigation & Communication
- Compass: Ritchie Sp-5 binnacle mount
- VHF Radio: Ram mic for the Icom Depthsounder: B & G Network Depth Knotmeter: B & G Network Speed Wind: B & G Network Wind
- Radar, GPS, & Chart Plotter:
- Raymarine RL70C with 24 mile radar range, using C-chart chips, on a swing out arm
Autopilot: B & G Network Pilot, with linear drive to the tiller arm on the rudder post.
- VHF Radio: Icom IC-M502
- Multi-Nav: B & G Network with Depth, Knot/log, Wind
Radar, GPS, & Chart Plotter: Raymarine RL70C
- GPS & Chart Plotter: Garmin GPSMap 130
SSB radio: Icom IC-M802
Original Yanmar model 4JH2E (serial number 10570) 4-cylinder
- Naturally-aspirated, fresh water cooled, 33.5 kw (@3400 rpm in continuous duty) diesel inboard
- showing 3802 hours on the meter
- mounted on FRP hull pan stringers via 4 adjustable flex mounts
- The sea water intake has an in-line basket strainer
- The exhaust run has a wrapped dry riser, waste water hose with a high loop and siphon break fitting
- Water injection elbow, hose sections with double clamps, FRP waterlift muffler, and bronze exit flange in the stern
Yanmar-supplied Kanzaki model KBW 2.0 hydraulic- operated 2.62:1 forward reduction and 1:1 reverse marine gear with shaft coupling, 1” stainless shaft, FRP shaft log with dripless seal at the inboard end and Cutless bearing at the outboard end, turning (right hand) an 18” diameter, 3-blade adjustable pitch Max-prop propeller, with zincs on the shaft and prop.
Wind Vane Steering
Monitor stainless servo-pendulum system bolted through the stern. Steering lines lead thru Harken blocks to the drum on the hub of the Whitlock wheel.
12 volt DC Electrical system
Engine start is a group 31 AGM type secured on a platform under the head of the quarter berth, with a dedicated disconnect switch.
The ship’s service bank is 2 size 4-D AGM types, secured on a platform under the L of the settee.
Mechanical charging is by the original 80 amp engine alternator (for the engine start battery) or the added Balmar 160 amp engine alternator (for the house bank) with double-belt drive to the added centerline bracket.
Shore charging is by the ProMariner 40 amp 4-stage AC shore charger or charger side of the Freedom 1000, all monitored by the Link 2000 control pad.
Offshore charging is by the 100 amp Ampair wind generator on a tripod at the
stern rail, or by the 2 solar panels on the bimini frame, both with dedicated regulators and input selectors.
Distribution is made through the 4-position battery selector switch and separate paralleling switches, main and branch thermal-magnetic breakers as switches, and UL listed conductors to the motor starters, lights, fans, water closet, pumps, electronics, and auxiliary loads.
120V Electrical system
Shore power is brought aboard via a single 50-foot 125 volt/ 30 amp NEMA configuration twist-lock cordset to a matching boat inlet.
Onboard AC power is generated by a Freedom 1000 watt inverter off the house bank. Distribution is made through the source selector switch that allows 120 or 220 volt supply to the enclosed panel with volt and amp meters, back-covers over the thermal magnetic main and branch breakers, and UL listed conductors to the water heater, battery chargers, and receptacles. The inverter is supplied with a relay to energize the receptacle circuits only. GFCI protection for the receptacles per ABYC.
Sails and Rigging
- Aluminum boom with fixed gooseneck and reef horns
- “Solid” boom vang
- Track for adjustable car to carry the leech reefing lines
- New Ulman Sails
- New Ulman Sails spinnaker
- Heavy Dacron mainsail with 3 reef points
- Battcars for the full length battens, sheeting via a tackle on a line-controlled traveler car, carried forward and then aft to a cabin top winch to stbd
- Harken roller furling on the headstay to fly the dacron Yankee
- Harken roller furling on the forestay to fly the dacron staysail
- Sheeting through adjustable blocks to self-tailing winches at the cockpit coaming or companionway
- Carbon-fiber pole and line-operated pole lift
- Dacron braid internal halyards led thru clutches on the mast faces and then aft via turning blocks to jammers and winches on the cabin top flanking the companionway
Mast and Standing Rigging
Masthead cutter rig. Stainless pipe bow sprit. Anodized aluminum mast stepped on the cabin top with an enclosed compression post carrying the load to the hull bottom in the keel stub. Standing rigging is stainless steel 1x19 wire with machine-swaged terminals and stainless open- barrel turnbuckles at the deck end, attached to stainless bar stock chainplates bolted to the outside of the hull skin. The rigging schedule includes a bobstay, head stay inside the roller furling, forestay inside the roller furling, back stay with insulators, cap shrouds to the masthead through the single set of aluminum spreaders, and forward and aft lower shrouds to the spreader bases, plus running intermediate back stays to support the forestay.
A domestic Air conditioning system has been installed that operate off the Imverter. Keeps the interior extremely cool with low power usage.
Mercury Quicksilver 9-foot inflatable dinghy with plywood floor boards and hard transom stowed in a bag and lashed to the seahood.
Nissan 9.8 horsepower 2-cycle outboard motor.
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.