"Gratitude" has distinctive styling, an efficient hull, and quality construction characterize the Pacific Seacraft 38T, one of the new breed of "fast trawlers" made popular in recent years by those seeking traditional trawler styling with cruising-speed performance. Pacific Seacraft has long been recognized in the marine industry for their series of sophisticated bluewater sailboats, and the 38T- designed by Bruce King is an especially handsome and seaworthy yacht. Her luxurious two-stateroom interior is arranged with the galley aft in the salon and an athwartships double berth in the master stateroom. A lower helm is standard, and the built- in salon settee converts into a double berth for extra overnight guests. Topside, the spacious flybridge features guest seating for a small crowd. A unique feature of this yacht is that it offers protected side decks in an aft-cabin configuration. Additional features include a fold-down mast and boom, full teak interior, boarding gates in both gunwales (a thoughtful touch), dual salon deck doors, and a bow pulpit. Not an inexpensive boat during her production years, twin Cat 325hp diesels cruise the Pacific Seacraft 38T at 15-16 knots (about 20 knots top).
Length Overall: 37'6"
Length WL . 33'6"
Weight: 27,000 lbs
Fuel: 320 gals.
Water: 240 gals.
Waste: 55 gals.
Hull Type: Modified-V
Deadrise Aft: 14°
"Gratitude" will be hauled for bottom paint and detailing during the week of 8/14/2017. She will be in a perfect spot for your offer and on land survey prior to launch! Look forward to your interest, email offers and personal inspection!
All email offers encouraged with follow up signed yacht purchase and sale agreement and 10% deposit to be held in Escrow. Yacht View is a 50/50 corresponding brokerage.
Please contact John Kaiser for her complete history details and to arrange your personal inspection. I can be reached @ 410-923-1400 office or 443-223-7864 cell anytime or email to email@example.com
Thank you for considering my professional Brokerage service. I work equally helping you either sell or purchase your yacht.
If you would like to be pre-qualified for marine financing, please contact each of the following Marine finance representatives for a competitive quote. All lenders are locally based in the Annapolis area and offer slightly different programs and rates based on your specific needs and credit history. Remember, many boats qualify as second home mortgage deductions and many times you may incorporate your state's "Use Tax" into the loan!
I would highly recommend the following lenders: Laurie Kiser @ 443-223-8425 firstname.lastname@example.org, Dave Trostle @ 410.268.1545 email@example.com, Jane Tayman @ (888) 386-3121 firstname.lastname@example.org (These professionals will pre-qualify your financing needs to prepare your budget for your yacht purchase. Be certain to let them know I referred you!)
For your Marine Insurance I would highly recommend Robin Greulich @ 410-224-2664 RobinG@henrymurray.com or Al Golden, President & Agent @ 800-541-4647 Al@IMIScorp.net
Feel free to interview these local Marine Surveyors I have worked with for many years: Peter Hartoft www.hartoftmarinesurvey.com @ 410-263-3609/$20-$24.00/ft., Jim McGlincy of Bay Shore Marine Surveys @ 410-808-3849/$20.00/ft. Also contact www.marinesurvey.org for a complete list of SAMS or www.namsglobal.org for NAMS surveyors nationwide.
Local Yacht Detailing and management: Ann Miller, Owner @ Above The Waterline 443-336-6751 cell, Williams Yacht Management Company @ www.wymltd.com Email: Bill@wymltd.com 410-268-1634
Local Mobile Interior and Cushion Cleaning: Annapolis ChemDry, "Josh" @ 410-255-8200.
Local Marine Service on Systems, electronic and general repair: Steve Catz @ 410-231-3191 or his web site @ www.stevesmarineservice.com or Patrick at Marine Electric Systems @ 443-790-5783 or Info@marineelectricsystems.net
Local Marina: Smiths Marina, www.smithsmarina.com Crownsville, MD. 35T travel lift, excellent service including fiberglass repair, bottom service and land/water storage. Contact Rick or Valerie Smith, 410-923-3444.
Local Marine Mechanics, both gas and diesel: Ken Navis/Severn River Marine Services @ 410-923-1373, Jeff Leitch/Kim Starr/Bay Shore Marine Engine Service/www.bayshoremarineengines.com @ 410-263-8370
And remember....."Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn't do than by the ones you did do. So...throw off your bowlines...Sail away from the safe harbor...Catch the trade winds in your sails.....Explore! Dream! Discover!" (Mark Twain)
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The vee berth is 7'-2" (2m) with storage below accessed through side doors port and starboard, and through hatches in the berth top under the cushions port, starboard and forward on centerline. There are also custom shelves on each side of the Vberth. The berth cushion is 5" (12.6cm) foam covered in fabric. Hull ceilings outboard of the berth are finished in teak planks with plugged fasteners standing 1" off of the interior hull skin. Shelves are installed above the vee berth port and starboard. A custom Formica sole was installed by the factory under the forward v berth compartment.
A large hanging locker aft of the vee berth to starboard is cedar lined with an opening port for light and ventilation. A changing seat with storage under is located aft of the berth on the starboard side inboard of the hanging locker.
A teak bi-fold louvered door with a hinged hatch closes off the forward cabin from the rest of the boat.
The forward head is located ensuite to the forward cabin. The bulkheads and cabinet faces are surfaced with laminate for easy maintenance and reflectivity. The vanity counter top is Corian® and the sink is stainless steel, undermounted in the Corian. A teak-framed mirror is located just above it.
Fixtures - A Grohe combination faucet serves as a sink fixture as well as a shower fixture. The standard head is a Groco K marine type. A stainless steel opening port is installed outboard. The outboard hull ceilings are molded fiberglass panels.
Lower Helm Station
The interior helm station is forward in the main salon. The instrument and steering console has a panel that allows radar and plotter screens to be mounted so they can be comfortably viewed from the helm whether standing on the 4? riser, or seated in the folding seat, just a short scan from the engine instrument array. The fuel gauge, windscreen wiper controls, freshwater washers, defrosters, B&G knotmeter/log and depthfinder and the Simrad CA40 are all located immediately above the helm in the full width console.
Easy access to systems, and space for future installations is provided for in the standard layout of the removable panels. Two panels on the vertical face below the dash provide wide-open access to the wiring terminals for engine and other DC systems. A removable panel below the instrument console in the forward cabin allows easy access to the underside of the engine instrument panel and navigation instrument panel.
Headroom in the main salon is 6?-7?(2.0m) forward and 6?-5? (1.95m) aft. Light and ventilation are provided by the forward windscreens, four slide-opening side windows, and slide-open window over the galley aft. The light and airy salon is beautifully decorated, bringing out the warm azure blue upholstery
The L-shaped dinette seating area is located to port and forward in the main salon. Its outboard section is 7'-0" (2.13m) long. The forward corner of it is comfortably bolstered. There is generous storage under the entire length of the settee. At the aft end of the settee holds the Raritan Icemaker. The elegant dinette table is crafted of solid teak for years of durable use. It has two drop leaves and a center console storage box supported by two 2? diameter stainless steel legs.
There are four engine room access hatches in the sole of the main salon. In addition, access to the engine room can also be gained through the lifting stairs in the passageway to the aft cabin. The lifting stairs provide access without opening the hatches when guests occupy the main salon.
There is a 10-loop handrail overhead running the full length of the main salon for ease of movement underway.
The galley, a seagoing gormet's delight, is L-shaped and built-in to the starboard aft end of the main salon. Storage is provided in a bank of three drawers, one drop face, and an undersink locker. A trash bin slides out from the galley face. An overhead cabinet has locker storage and black microwave. The countertop is beige fleck Corian®. Opening windows outboard and aft provide excellent cross-ventilation.
Fixtures and appliances - Drinking water is supplied by a Seagull water purifier. The Stove is a Force 10 propane 3-burner with oven and broiler. To maximize workspace, the oven door folds away as it opens. An additional large drawer for convenient pot and pan storage slides out from beneath the stove on smooth ball-bearing glides. The refrigerator/freezer is a Norcold DE 561 AC/DC upright. The Grohe/America faucet has a removable crane for pot washing and spraying. It is mounted over a double polished stainless steel Scandvik sink undermounted in the Corian countertop, for easy cleaning. A custom wine glass rack and fiddles have been cleverly incorporated within the galley shelving.
The aft cabin contains all of the amenities to make it a comfortable retreat. It is accessed from the aft end of the main salon. A louvered bi-fold door separates it from the rest of the boat. Access to the deck is through the aft companionway with hinged doors and a sliding or hinged hatch. Two fixed windows aft, and slide-open windows port and starboard, create an airy and comfortable atmosphere.
The bed is a comfortable 6'-7" long and of queen-size width. No foam here, a custom made hand crafted mattress. There are two large drawers for storage under the berth. Two Cantalupi bulkhead mount reading lights are mounted over the head of the bed. Custom (Glasses) shelves have been mounted at the head of the berth.
There is ample storage in the aft cabin. A large locker forward in the cabin has one half organized into shelf storage and the other half is cedar lined for hanging garments. Below the locker there is a bank of three drawers. To starboard is another bank of four drawers.
The aft head is ensuite to the aft cabin. The Corian® surfaced vanity top features an undermounted sink with a Grohe faucet. There is a Sealand Vacuflush head.
A separate stall shower with 6'-2" (1.9m) headroom is efficiently located under the galley counter. A Grohe/America adjustable Euro-style fixture and glass door complete the enclosure.
There is a large mirror on the bulkhead.
Hull and Deck
Engine & Mechanical
A note on fuel consumption: "The last couple of years Ricky and I have run on the average about 10 gallons an hour -- that was in mixed speeds. And the last year, as fuel costs went up, we noted that we were quite comfortable in that boat at 10 knots, which is about 1800 rpm. Caterpillar suggests that cruising speeds should be about 1800 to 2450 rpm. I would have run it 10 knots at 1800 rpm all the time, but Ricky was prone to seasickness, so when it got a little rough I would increase speed to 15 knots. Of course, if it was very rough, then I would reduce speed again. Occasionally I would run it at trawling speed, 7 knots, which uses no fuel. If you do that for an hour, Caterpillar recommends that you run wide open for a few minutes to clean out the carbon. The bottom line is that if you wish to conserve fuel but still move along, 10 knots is a wonderful speed on that boat. In that event, you would use less than 10 gallons an hour -- probably about 7 or 8. Of course, if you run into a threatening situation, you can always go up to a higher cruising speed or even maximum speed."
Electronics and Navigation
There is a custom winch and line assembly operating on the extended custom boom for very easy launch and retrieval of a tender.
An additional railing was installed to improve access to the fly bridge.
An improved swim ladder and railing was installed by the owner, making it easier to come from the water to the swim platform.
The fly bridge benches have been "waterproofed", so that water flows fore & aft through a pipe, rather then drenching the lines and equipment in the benches.
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