"Redhouse" is a Pacific Seacraft Crealock 34 and has a long-standing reputation for exceptional high quality construction rarely found in a production boat.
The Pacific Seacraft Crealock 34 is well recognized as a go-anywhere Blue-Water cruising yacht of distinction. " Redhouse is a great example of Bill Crealock's work.
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Redhouse has a long double V berth with filler forward with a hanging locker aft to starboard and a head to port. AN opening Bowmar hatch and two opening ports provide ample ventilation.Reading lamps and a dome light provide excellent lighting.The chain locker is accessible through the double doors forward of the berth. The head is aft of the stateroom, and to port. There is ample storage cabinets and shelves, marine head with full size bowl, S/S sink, shower, teak floor grate and mirror.
Main cabin has a drop leaf center line . Port settee converts to a large double berth. Single starboard settee makes an excellent sea berth.
Nav station found aft to starboard with extra long (7") quarter berth which also serves as a seat for the Nav station
U shaped galley aft to port. Galley is equipped with a force 10 two burner propane stove with oven. Ice box, double S/S sink,
Galley lies port of companionway . Ample working counter surface and storage
In line Nav Station sits to starboard of the companionway with able storage for additional electronics and desk.
Deck stepped, sloop rig with lines led aft to cockpit to rope clutches
Her elegant bow flows smoothly into a long keel and sturdy skeg-hung rudder for directional stability and balance, providing exceptional handling qualities under both sail and power. For protection against accidental grounding or when careened, the bottom of the skeg and rudder are not quite as deep as the bottom of the keel. The skeg also allows for a propeller aperture which protects the propeller from being fouled by kelp, lines and debris.
The 34's keel is a solid lead ballast secured by stainless steel keel bolts fashioned into J-hooks. Each keel is custom fitted to the hull. The hull section between the keel and skeg is drawn deep to enhance straight line tracking. The distance between keel and skeg contributes significantly to her outstanding maneuverability.
The rudder is one of the most critical yet vulnerable parts of a cruising yacht. The Pacific Seacraft 34 rudder has a 1/4" thick "backbone" welded to a 2 3/8 " OD stainless steel shaft. Yet, while the rudder is stressed and constructed to be self-supporting, it is further supported by the skeg which is reinforced with a molded-in structural steel channel. Skeg and rudder are connected at the lower end by a massive manganese bronze gudgeon.