5/16/2018 Price reduction, motivated seller!
Designed by Bill Crealock, this 1988 Pacific Seacraft Crealock 37 is a superb Bluewater Cruiser!!
The current owner of this vessel has spared no expense in his extensive refitting of Odessa. From the time that he purchased her in 2005 until now, he has continuously sought to improve her condition and equipment. EVERY SYSTEM on the boat has been improved, updated or replaced during his ownership. Be sure to click the "Full Description" link for all details about this turn-key cruiser!!
Skipper and crew are protected by a well-built dodger and bimini. Cockpit coamings are of one-inch Burmese teak with canvas covers; cockpit benches are 6'10'. There are three cockpit lockers, with engine access from starboard bench locker; also a removable forward cockpit sole hatch for engine access. There is a pedestal with wheel steering and a compass. Mounted on the forward side of the pedestal is an ornate folding teak and mahogany inlaid table. There is also a new pedestal guard, onto which is mounted Odessa's nav pod and instruments. There are Bose speakers mounted on the arch behind the helm.
Stainless steel rails are mounted at bow and stern. Stanchions are 30' and also stainless steel, supporting double lifelines. Mounted astern of the cockpit is a heavy-duty aluminum arch with davits. Atop the arch are the wind generator (350-watt Superwind), solar panels (260-watt monocrystalline), antennas and radome. It also mounts an outboard motor hoist and a horn. There are bronze cleats and fairleads. There are teak handrails on the cabin top. All the electronics (Raymarine) were new 2010 including E-80 chart plotter and autopilot.
Odessa is outfitted with four anchors: a 45lb Bruce on approximately 150' of 3/8" BB chain; a 45lb Delta with about 240' of 3/4" nylon rode and chain; Hooker stern anchor; Fortress16. There is a Muir Cheetah horizontal electric windlass at the bow, below which is a divided anchor locker with two deck hawse pipes. There is also a stern locker with hawse pipe.
Spars and rigging;
Odessa sports a cutter rig with approximately 758 square feet of sail area. Her mast is deck-stepped, with a compression post below. Mast height is 47' plus masthead instruments. Mast and boom have both been repainted with Interlux polyurethane. All of the mast's internal wiring has been replaced 2010, and there is a new tri-color nav light and anchor light at the masthead. There are folding steps on the mast. The genoa is on a ProFurl NC42 furler, and the staysail is hanked-on to a quick-release inner forestay. Halyards are led aft to the cockpit. Primary winches are bronze Lewmar ST54 two-speed. Three econdary winches are Lewmar ST40's, also two-speed. There are three Lewmar ST30's on the cabin top for handling halyards and sheets. There are also two Lewmar ST30's mounted on the mast, and a reefing winch on the boom.
The fully-battened mainsail was made in 2006 by Airforce Sails, and is on a Dutchman flaking system. The 135% roller-furling Genoa was made at the same time. Staysail is made by Ullman Sails. The spinnaker was new in 2011.
High-quality teak joinery and cabinetry are found throughout the boat below decks. The cabin sole is teak and holly. New 2010 cushions with high-quality fabric coverings throughout and there are designer curtains on all ports. There is a Kenwood AM/FM/CD with aux input for ipod/mp3, with Pioneer speakers mounted in custom mahogany cabinets and Bose speakers outside. Air circulation is assisted by new Vetus vents.
Odessa's nav station is located to port, just aft of the settee. The chart table has a lifting top and plenty of storage for charts, guides and plotting equipment. Electronics in the nav station include Icom SSB radio, VHF with AIS, AM/FM/CD player, Pactor modem, tri-data repeater, and ship's breaker panel.
Located to starboard at the base of the companionway, the galley is well-suited for meal preparation while at anchor or underway. There is a two-basin stainless steel sink with pressurized hot and cold water; a gimballed Force-10 two-burner propane stove and oven with cutting board covering the eyes when not in use. There are two newer 20lb propane tanks (located in cockpit locker). The heavily-insulated refrigerator and freezer both cooled by a SeaFrost water and/or air cooled unit (new 2015). There are plenty of drawers, cubby-holes and cabinets for storage, including an optional teak cabinet located above the sink.
Starboard settee is L-shaped and can be converted into a double bunk. The dinette table has room for four and folds up against the galley's forward bulkhead when not in use. The port settee is straight and sleeps one. Behind the nav station is a pilot berth that sleeps one. All settees and quarterberth are at least 6'4" long. All cushions were reupholstered between 2008-2015 and are in excellent condition.
The ship's head is located to starboard, just forward of the main salon. There is a stainless-steel sink with hot and cold pressurized water, as well as a vanity with mirror. There is a manually-operated marine toilet with a holding tank and Y-valve for overboard discharge. There is also a deck fitting for holding tank pump-out. The head is equipped with a teak grate over the floor drain, a folding teak seat over the toilet, hot and cold pressurized shower head, and formica-covered bulkheads. Ventilation is provided through an opening port and an overhead dorade vent. There is a locker for towels and toiletries.
Just forward of the head is a separate cabin with a pullman-style double berth to starboard. Beneath the berth are drawers/lockers for clothing and linens. To port of the berth is a cushioned seat. There are 12-V lights and a 12-V fan, as well as an overhead hatch and two opening ports with curtains.
Tankage and plumbing:
The original 40-gallon aluminum fuel tank was completely refurbished and reinforced, then coated with three coats of POR-15 fuel tank sealer. Two fiberglass gelcoated water tanks hold approximately 85 gallons of water. Newer faucets in both galley and head. There is a 6-gallon 110-V water heater, which is also plumbed to the engine to allow for hot water while underway. There are both manual and electric bilge pumps, and bronze through-hulls with seacocks.
An upgraded new Yanmar 4JH3E (56hp) was added approximately 10 years ago. At the time the new engine was added, the soundproofing insulation in the engine compartment was replaced, as well as the Vetus waterlift muffler. Also added at this time were a new stainless steel driveshaft, new 3-blade bronze propeller, new cutless bearing and new through-hull intake with sea strainer.
110-V AC and 12-V DC systems. Master breaker panel and auxiliary breaker panel located at nav station. She is equipped with a 30-amp shorepower service and cable, with a Xantrex 30-amp battery charger/inverter (2008). There are four lightweight Mastervolt gel-cell batteries totaling approximately 700 amp-hours, all monitored by a Link 2000 battery monitor. There are multiple 110-V interior outlets, as well as 12-V light fixtures.
Navigation and communication:
There is a pedestal-mounted compass at the helm, as well as a VHF radio. At the nav station, there is a VHF radio, as well as an icom 700pro SSB/HAM radio, which can interface with a Pactor modem for sending/receiving emails or weather faxes. The vessel is equipped with a Raymarine 24-mile radar, as well as Raymarine E80 GPS/chartplotter (helm), Raymarine 6001 autopilot, and Raymarine ST60 wind, speed and depth (with repeater at nav station). There is also a swivel mount at the nav station for flat screen TV/GPS monitor. Mounted on the forward port salon bulkhead are a clock and barometer.
Lee cloths, assorted handheld fire extinguishers, flares, lifejackets, etc.
Rigging and Sails:
All standing rigging was replaced new 2015. Running rigging was replaced in 2012. The main and the headsail are 2010, the staysail is 2004, the spinnaker is 2015.
Odessa underwent a major refit between 2010 and 2015. There are very few items that date older than that. The dodger was built 2015, all the ground tackle replaced 2014, Raymarine electronics, autopilot, cushions, lee cloth, refrigerator, water heater, high end Mastervolt charger and Mastervolt AGM batteries. Engine is a real power house and is also like new. Cutlass bearing, shaft and prop new 2010. So are AB hard bottom dinghy, Nissan motor, mast steps etc., etc. A special mention deserves the custom built arch. It is very substantial and accommodates the best lightweight solar panels with an award-winning German wind turbine that keep Odessa energy independent underway. The arch also accommodates the dinghy, and motor and provides a lot of safety in the cockpit. Odessa was a fresh water boat 2000-2015. In 2015 owners took her on a 6 month coastal cruise up and down the East Coast. And now with the new family addition and subsequent change of plans they have to put Odessa up for sale. She has been lovingly cared for all these years and she hopes to find a new caring owner.