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Pacific Seacraft 37 (Crealock 37) for sale in Granda. The current owners bought this boat in 2013 when their dreams of cruising were just budding. It was a long search to find a boat model that would sustain that dream, but they were confident that a boat built by Pacific Seacraft would be both physically sound and fiscally sound. The Crealock 37 stood out as an option, and within a few weeks, they found Minuet. She had a sea-kindly white-wine-glass cross-section, a Sheel keel, a good solid electrical system with an inverter charger, and a sturdy Raymarine autopilot.
After making a series of daysails they started making forays that were progressively longer and more involved. They added a Max-Prop to make the sailing more fun. It already had a wood-burning space heater, but they added a 4G radar for the cool dense fogs of Maine. They added a B&G chart plotter at the helm to make navigation easier, a mizzen mast to expand their sail configurations and add robustness, and an AIS transmitter to improve safety.
Moreover, they added a new Force 10 stove and switched from CNG to propane to open the door to the Caribbean. Solar panels and a wind generator were added to expand the house electrical capacity; so they could live a live-aboard lifestyle and expand their cruising range. An iCom SSB radio broadened communications and their weather and safety network. The boat has bloomed into a very capable cruiser in concert with their dreams. They have enjoyed roving the seas everywhere between Maine and Trinidad.
There is no generator included with this boat — for good reason. Since completing the solar and wind installations, they have not once used any engine to generate electricity. This is a great boat for Caribbean cruising and is ready for Newfoundland, the Great Lakes, or Europe. With a watermaker, she will conquer the Pacific. The boat has held these investments and kept its value due to the original “good bones” that Mr.Crealock envisioned and PCS endowed her with.
Scheel keel draws 1.5 meters (5 feet), a patented design that gets you into shallower waters
Max-Prop feathers its blades for extremely low sailing drag.
Superwind 350 windmill creates electricity noiselessly. Mounted atop mizzen in good clean air.
Two big rigid solar panels.
500 Ah house battery bank plus separate starting battery.
Engine starts very easily.
Force10 3-burner propane stove with oven and broiler.
B&G chart plotter, B&G 4G radar, Raymarine electric autopilot,
Cape Horn non-electric autopilot; very compact and does not require lines through the cockpit.
Vesper AIS device receives and broadcasts AIS info. Great gadget.
NMEA 2K backbone with most devices attached.
Two water tanks, with electric pressure pump plus footpump in galley. Water filter installed on footpump.
Pumpless potty reduces maintenance, odors, and holding tank volume.
Mizzen mast supports radar, AIS antenna, wifi booster antenna, wind generator
666 sq ft sail area
Emergency tiller, Simpson Lawrence SeaTiger 555 windlass.
Dish rack and supply shelf above galley.
SSB short wave iCom M802 radio, with antenna in the backstay.
GlobalFIX v4 EPIRB expires 2026
McMurdo E5 406 EPIRB battery officially expired but still functioning.
New standing rigging, new running backstays, recent insurance and evaluation survey available for viewing.
New galley shelf with custom dish holders
CO & smoke detector, refrig energy monitor
• Raymarine ST8002 autopilot 2008 with remote controller
• Xantrex model 81-1511-12 inverter/charger 15 amp 2007
• Xantrex Link 1000 battery monitor 2007
• SeaFrost 12v holding plate refrigeration 2006
• Standard Horizon Matrix AIS/GX2100 VHF radio 2011 with fog horn
Dripless seal to keep bilge drier
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