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Vlag: United States
Kiel: Andere kiel
Romp type: Mono Romp
Lengte over alles: 34 ft 0 in
Breedte: 10 ft 0 in
Maximum diepgang: 4 ft 11 in
Waterverplaatsing: 13200 lbs
Ballast: 4800 lbs
Doorvaarhoogte: 47 ft 0 in
Drooj Gewicht: 13200 lbs
Totaal vermogen: 38 HP
Merk motor: Yanmar
Type motor: 3JH2E
Type motor: Binnenboord
Type aandrijving: Directe aandrijving
Motorvermogen: 38 HP
Kruissnelheid: 6 Knots
Maximum snelheid: 7 Knots
Aantal watertanks: 2 (40 Gallons)
Aantal brandstoftanks: 1 (35 Gallons)
Aantal afvalstoffentanks: 1 (17 Gallons)
Aantal enkele bedden: 2
Aantal toiletten: 1
Aantal zitplaatsen: 6
Pacific Seacraft 34 SV Yankee
1994 Pacific Seacraft 34' Crealock design - SV Yankee
A very clean and well kept vessel maintained by an experienced and caring mariner. Only 1350 motor hrs. Pacific Seacraft (Crealock) yachts "are some of the best handling, most seakindly boats in the world" "Truly, one of the world's best sailboats" designed for safe blue water or inshore sailing.
SV Yankee Recent Owner Upgrades
Edson Wheel w/Raymarine X5 Auto pilot 2009, upgraded 2015 2 Solar panels (85 Watt each) 2013, Dodger new, 2014, ICOM vhf command mic at helm 2014 Garmin 840 chartploter new 2016, Airmar thru hull Transducer (Garmin compatable, new 2016, ICOM AIS receiver 2014, Auto pilot & AIS nmea 180 to Chartplotter, Double SS lifelines 2012, Mack Pack Main cradle 2013, Running rigging new 2013, Standing rigging new 2018, Windex, new 2018, Engine mounts new 2013, Engine exhaust new 2018, New 3 blade prop 2013, New cutlass 2013, New Galvanic isolater 2016, Dinghy; very clean, like new, 9 ft. folding dinghy, West Marine circa 2015
Standard Pacific Seacraft 34 Features
The Pacific Seacraft 34, also called the "Crealock 34", was Bill Crealock's design for a slightly smaller and updated version of his classic cruising sailboat, the Pacific Seacraft 37. Pacific Seacraft Corporation's sales brochure called her a "refined sibling", a "slightly smaller sister". Dave Mancini reports that in a conversation he was privileged to have with Bill Crealock, Crealock discussed what he had learned from the 37 design that he used to refine the 34 design.Crealock described his goals for these cruising designs as "an easy motion, dryness, strength, windward ability, a comfortable deep cockpit, a safe interior and, above all, ease of handling and balance with or without steering aids".
Design Characteristics of the Pacific Seacraft 34 for Cruising:
Cutter rig provides a flexible sail plan, especially for higher winds. installing a Cutter (stay sail) will not be difficult on Yankee, as some of the hardware is already in place.
Elongated fin keel underbody has excellent tracking stability and adequate maneuverability. The underbody has a slight bridge between the keel and the skeg, which shifts the design slightly more towards the traditional side of the full-fin keel continuum (compared, for example, to the Valiant design). Aft of the heavily-built skeg the propeller is in an aperture. The propeller location, in an aperture behind the slight bridge, protects against entanglements such as crab pots.
Seaworthy hull dimensions and design enhance offshore safety and seakindliness. The narrower beam compared to more modern cruising designs reduces interior space and form stability, but creates a seakindly motion and high ultimate stability, with a limit of positive stability of 144 degrees.
Canoe stern aids control in strong following seas, when as Bill Crealock said your stern will "have to serve as your bow". Side-deck security enhanced by a bulwark, outboard shrouds, and extra-high lifelines.
Good anchor platform with stout bow rollers, large anchor locker, hawsepipes, deck pipes, horn cleats with backing plates, good windlass placement, and good foredeck space and security.
Stout opening Bronze portlights provide offshore security and ventilation at anchor and in the marina. Older Pacific Seacraft models have oval bronze portlights, whereas newer models have rectangular chrome-plated portlights incorporating better drainage.
Small Size, by today's standards for a cruising boat, still meets space and carrying capacity requirements. A smaller size costs less and is easier to handle, especially when sailing short-handed or older in age.
Specifications (approximate) for Pacific Seacraft 34:
13,200 lb. displacement 4,800 lb. external lead ballast
34' 1" overall length, 26' 3" water-line length 10' maximum beam
4' 11' fin keel (5' 0" when loaded for cruising), 4' 1" scheel keel
47' total air draft (vertical clearance including 3' VHF antenna) 6' 3" interior head room
600 sq. ft. sail area (cutter with working jib, staysail) 300 sq. ft. wetted surface area
Tankage: 75 gal. water, 32 gal. diesel (27 gal. sheel keel), 16 gal. holding
Performance Statistics (approximate) for Pacific Seacraft 34:144 degrees, LPS, limit of positive stability 6.9 knot (7.9 mph), hull speed
330, D/LWL, displacement to length of water line
15-19, SA/D, sail area to displacement, (depends on sail configuration)
1.8-2.2, SA/WSA, sail area to wetted surface area, (depends on sail configuration)
195-204 PHRF handicap (varies for different racing fleets) 1.6, CR, capsize risk
33, MC, motion comfort .05, RA, roll acceleration 3.9, RP, roll period
940, P/I, pounds per inch immersion
SV Yankee is an excellent example of a stout seaworthy vessel capable of sailing anywhere. All of her cleats, chocks and ports are solid bronze.
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.
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