1999 Pacific Seacraft 37

ID# 3228951

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Yacht Overview

Make: Pacific Seacraft

Model: 37

Year: 1999

Length: 37′

Located In: Portland, OR

Engine/Fuel Type: diesel

Hull Material: Fiberglass

YW#: 3228951

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This is a superb example of a very fine cruising yacht which is in excellent condition. You will find seaworthiness, premium quality, exceptional performance, comfort and beauty. Her designer, W.I.B. Crealock, has utilized a modern split keel and skeg rudder underbody. Rocinante is sleek, beautiful, and very lightly used. She’ll accommodate six and has features specifically designed for extended ocean voyages.

Full Specs

Boat Name
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Year Built: 1999
Engine Model: 4JH2E
Engine/Fuel Type: diesel
Engine Type:
Engine Power: 50|horsepower

Fresh Water Tanks: 1 ( 74 Gallon )
Fuel Tanks: 1 ( 37 Gallon )
Holding Tanks: 1 ( 17 Gallon )
Number of single berths:
Number of cabins:
Number of heads: 1
Manufacturer Description

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. Cored hull construction is available. 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.

  • Large full width forward berth (storage and drawers instead of a seat) with custom mattress.
  • Two large lockers with shelves to port. Ample bookshelves along both sides above berth (9 feet total).
  • Head located starboard just aft of forward berth.
  • Groco model K toilet with direct discharge or holding tank manifold.
  • Whale manual pump out as well as deck mounted pump out connection.
  • Upgraded Kerrock European Solid Surface counter-top with custom Grohe lavatory and handheld shower faucets.
  • Teak sauna seat over toilet.
  • Ample storage outboard of toilet and lavatory.
  • Port and Starboard settee berths in main cabin with heavy duty lee cloths.
  • Starboard settee is set up to be made into a double berth with the addition of a board (not included).
  • Factory optional bulkhead mounted teak salon table with storage behind table against bulkhead.
  • Wraparound starboard settee for increased storage and seating.
  • Louvered storage cabinets and open storage outboard above settees.
  • Teak and holly sole.
  • Nav station to port with custom shelf above nav table.
  • Galley to Starboard.
  • Ample quarter berth to port behind nav station.
  • New Alpine AM/FM/CD player with Bose speakers.
  • Red/White fluorescent cabin lighting throughout.
  • Espar diesel fired forced air heater located in cockpit locker with three registers (2 in main cabin and 1 in head).

Sail Area

IJPE : 618.00 sq ft
I : 44.00 ft
J : 15.75 ft
P : 38.08 ft
E : 14.25 ft
  • U-Shaped Galley is located aft of starboard settee.
  • Dual stainless steel sinks with Grohe custom hot/cold pressure water faucet, whale foot pumps for fresh and salt water.
  • Custom Kerrock European Solid Surface countertop with deep fiddle and covered recessed trash container.
  • Four burner gimbaled Broadwater marine stove (Australian) with large oven and full sized broiler.
  • Seafrost refrigerator/freezer with digital thermostat and secure top access doors.
  • Factory optional cabinets above galley sinks. Fresh water filtration system (2007).
  • Pressure pumps and macerator pump (2007)
  • 6 gallon Atwood stainless steel water heater (110V and engine loop heat sources) (2007), Currently only working under engine not electrical 
  • Dual 20 lb. propane bottles in propane locker behind cockpit.

  • 12 Volt DC and 110 Volt AC with shore power connection and cord
  • Charles 3.81 kVA Isolation Transformer on incoming 110 Volt power. Located at rear of quarter berth (completely isolates boat from shore power ground). International model that can be set up for 110V or 220V input and 110V output (installed 2006). 
  • Heart Interface Freedom 10 inverter/charger 
  • Upgraded electrical system in 2007
  • 6 Group 31, AGM batteries (5 house, 1 starting) 2016
  • 95 amp alternator with upgraded cabling on charging circuit. Power posts installed to keep number of cables on battery terminals within recommendations.
  • Air-X 40 amp wind generator mounted on dedicated pole on stern with control and monitoring panel in quarter berth. 
  • Replaced all in-mast wiring in 2006 including radar cable.

  • B&G networked wind, depth, speed instruments in cockpit with multifunction repeater at nav station.
  • B&G electric/hydraulic autopilot with compass -- controls at the helm.
  • Garmin 182 C color chart plotter at the Helm with charts up to Glacier Bay, AK
  • Furuno Navigator GP-31 GPS (lat/long, speed, and heading) at nav station 
  • Ritchie Compass on Steering Pedestal (swung 2006) 
  • Uniden Oceanus VHF at nav station with wireless remote mic at the helm 
  • ICOM M710 SSB Radio with insulated backstay antenna and AT-130 automatic antenna tuner
  • Inverter/Battery Charger with Heart Interface Freedom 10 control panel 
  • Raytheon Pathfinder Model RL-70 48 mile radar on mast with gimbaled mounting and receiver at nav station
  • Bilge pump controls at nav station for PAR diaphragm type belt driven bilge pump mounted in cockpit locker. Water Witch bilge pump control switch installed in 2007. Whale manual bilge pump accessible from helm. 
  • Holding tank level gage readout and Espar heater controls above starboard settee

  • Solid fiberglass hull with modified full keel and composite deck
  • Water Tankage integrated into hull 
  • Fuel tank on starboard side near centerline (fuel gage under floor board) 
  • 10 chromed bronze opening ports in cabin with screens and secure closures 
  • 2 large Bowmar Ocean series hatches (forward and main cabin) 
  • 2 large Vetus funnels with watertight closures (head and main cabin) 
  • Bow pulpit with ample dual anchor rollers – easily carries 45 lb. CQR and 35 lb. Bruce anchors side by side 
  • Stainless steel bow and stern pulpits and lifeline stanchions 
  • Wave Stopper hard dodger integrated into full cockpit enclosure for heavy weather 
  • Full screens for hatches, companionway, and all ports. Hatch umbrella for forward hatch. 
  • Navigation lights, LED masthead lights (tri-color and anchor), steaming light, and spreader lights (all controlled from a sub-panel at the companionway). 
  • Ground Tackle:290 ft of all chain rode,35 lb. Bruce on 220 ft of three strand nylon and 30 ft chain,20 lb. Danforth on stern pulpit mount with dedicated chain locker, double snubber for chain rode
  • Monitor Wind Vane self-steering unit
  • Edson rack and pinion wheel steering
  • Edson cockpit table integrated with steering pedestal
  • Automatic and manual bilge pumps
  • Lighthouse 1501 windlass with dual chain gypsies and line drum
  • Engine access by removable deck hatch in cockpit and by removing companionway steps
  • Saltwater wash down system hose connection amidships starboard

Sails & Rigging
  • Cutter rigged with single spreader, deck stepped mast
  • Lazy jacks
  • Harken traveler forward of dodger
  • Carbon fiber spinnaker pole mounted on rail on mast with topping lift for easy deployment.
  • LeFiel mast with single and two speed winches on mast
  • Cockpit pad eyes for harness attachment and deck mounted pad eyes for jack lines.
  • Running backstays for downwind sailing.
  • Standing rigging is all new as of 2006 season.
  • Quick disconnect fitting on inner forestay.(2006)
  • Fully battened main with 2 deep reefs and lazy jacks (Ullman sail) 
  • Newer 120% high cut cruising Genoa on Harken 2.0 furler (Port Townsend Sails)
  • Heavily built storm staysail with wire luff
  • 150% lightweight drifter in sail bag
  • 2 Harken 46 ratio 2 speed primaries on cockpit combing
  • 2 Harken 40 ratio 2 speed secondaries on cockpit combing 
  • 2 32 ratio 2 speed and 1, 16 ratio single speed halyard and sheet winches on cabin top 
  • 1 32 ratio 2 speed and 1, 16 ratio single speed winch on mast for halyards

Additional Information
  • Bottomsider ® cockpit cushions.
  • Full cockpit enclosure with zip out panels (8 panels).
  • Cockpit table mounted to steering pedestal.
  • Clock and barometer mounted on main cabin bulkhead.
  • Outboard motor bracket and crane on stern pulpit.
  • Spare parts inventory for coastal cruising.
  • Lifesling 2 ® MOB retrieval system mounted on stern pulpit.
  • Various spare lines, halyards, dock lines, high jacklines, lock transit lines, snubbers, etc. (2 large tubs full)
  • Spare fuses, lamps, water filters, cabinet hardware, light fixtures, and similar items.
  • Hoses for drinking water filling and salt water wash down with spray nozzle 
  • Spare 2 blade fixed propeller
  • 9.9 hp Yamaha Outboard 2010

Upgrades 2006

1. Installed new standing rigging and serviced roller furler.
2. Installed LED tri-color/anchor light at masthead.
3. Replaced mast head instrumentation and VHF antenna.
4. Replaced all in-mast wiring including cable to radar unit.
5. Replaced cutlass bearing on propeller shaft.
6. Replaced Lighthouse 1501 drive motor.
7. Installed bitter end attachments to ?hard points? inside chain locker on both anchor rodes. The 330 ft. all chain rode has 15 foot ?cutaway? line at bitter end.
8. Installed ventilation fan on chain locker in foredeck area.
9. Purchased and installed Super Snorkel floating dive compressor.
10. Serviced/re-certified DBC 4 person life raft.
11. New Isolation Transformer for stray current protection on shore power circuit.
12. New digital refrigeration controls and freezer box insulation.
13. Installed speed seal cover on raw water pump.
14. Added smoke detectors, CO detectors, and propane detector/shutoff alarm.
15. Installed multiple 30amp 12V outlets (8).
16. Added 600 ft. stern tie reel with Amsteel ® 7,000 lb test line.
17. Replaced exhaust elbow on Yanmar engine.
18. Changed Aluminum Steering Quadrants to Stainless Steel
19. Replaced Bottom Gudgeon on Rudder
20. Added full cockpit enclosure with Strataglass® windows

Upgrades 2007

1. New Air-X wind generator, control panel, and Wiring.
2. All new Batteries, new Higher Output Alternator and upgraded electrical cables for higher amperages.
3. New 6 gallon SS Hot Water Heater (Atwood)
4. Serviced Espar heater (incl. new fuel screen).
5. New refrigerator water assist pump.
6. Upgraded Propane Manifold for feeding BBQ from Both Bottles.
7. New B&G AutoPilot position feedback transmitter.
8. New Rudder Post Packing
9. Upgraded Galley Sink drains to ?below waterline? standards.
10. Installed new fresh water pump
11. Installed filter system for pressure water system
12. Installed new mascerator pump
13. New mainsail cover.
14. New VHF radio with wireless remote mike in the cockpit
15. Rebuilt the head completely.
16. New 120% Cruising Genoa and upgraded storm staysail from Port Townsend Sails (Carol Hasse).
17. New two speed winch on mast for main halyard.
18. Tuned standing rigging and replaced some running rigging.
19. Had fuel polished by professional service.
20. Adjusted valves and rebuilt injectors on Yanmar engine (Fall 2007)
21. Installed more reliable Bilge Pump Switch
22. Installed Level Gage for Waste Holding Tank
23. Installed power posts to minimize number of cables on battery terminals.
24. Installed ?grouper? zinc for increased stray current protection.

Upgrades 2010-2012

1. Dodger Canvas and Windows

2. 9.9 Yamaha Outboard

3. 3 Blade Prop

4. Winches serviced (9)

5. Mainsheet Traveler Line Replaced

6. Adjust SSB Antenna so wire does not touch backstay

7. Complete Rig inspection, cleaning of Spreaders and Raydome

8. Replace Head Hoses

9. Drifter Sail Cleaned and re stitched

10. Life Lines Replaced

11. Running Back stays Replaced

12. Life raft was fully serviced w/ 3 ocean rated life vests, harness and lanyards.

13. LPG regulators Replaced

14. Vent for Anchor Locker Replaced

15. Radar Reflector Replaced

Upgrade 2013-Current
  • Bottom Painted (2016)
  • Cutlass Bearing Replaced (2016)
  • PSS Maintenance  Installation (2016)
  • Shaft Replacement (2016) 
  • 6 - AGM Batteries (2016)
  • Espar Heater Serviced 
  • Pressure Relief Valve for Hot Water Tank Replaced to ABYC standard 
  • Lubricated all seaccoks  

  • Yanmar 4JH2E diesel engine develops.
  • Fresh water cooling with raw water heat exchanger.
  • Racor primary fuel filter (currently using 2 micron filters)
  • Yanmar engine mounted secondary fuel filter (2 micron)
  • 40 gallon epoxy lined aluminum fuel tank.
  • Engine room fully insulated and accessible from companionway and cockpit
  • Fresh Water cooling with raw water heat exchanger and Groco strainer
  • Racor primary fuel filter with Yanmar secondary fuel filter (both 2 micron)
  • 37 gallon fuel tank – fuel polished 2007
  • New fixed 3 blade prop 2010
  • Oil Sender Replaced
  • PYI dripless shaft seal/stuffing box

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.