The Pacific Seacraft Crealock 37 is regarded as one of the best classic cruisers. In 1992 the yacht was inducted into the American Sailboat Hall of Fame. If you enjoy island hopping or pure blue water sailing, a Pacific Seacraft will not disappoint!
Nalani is a seaworthy handsome boat with the traditional look of a graceful sheer, large bow overhang, and a tall cutter rig. She can be easily handled by a small crew or single handed. For coastal or blue water sailing, this cutter with all her accommodations and upgrades makes her versatile and an excellent value!
Nalani has a motivated seller and will go quickly, make an appointment to see her ASAP!
Please call or text broker Rob Johnson at 850-866-3043 for more information or a showing of this beautifully maintained sailboat!
Please contact Reef Runner Yacht Sales at 850-774-6070
Ytterligare specifikationer, utrustning och information:
LÖA Längd över allt: 37 fot 0 tum
Bredd: 10 fot 10 tum
LWL: 27 fot 9 tum
Min. djupgång: 4 fot 6 tum
Max. djupgång: 5 fot 6 tum
Deplacement: 16000 pund
Ballast: 6200 pund
Ståhöjd: 6 fot 3 tum
torrvikt: 16200 pund
Total effekt: 45 HP
Motor typ: Inombord
Motorstyrka: 45 HP
Antal toaletter: 1
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information
LOA: 36 ft 11 in
Beam: 10 ft 10 in
LWL: 27 ft 9 in
Maximum Draft: 4 ft 6 in
Displacement: 16200 lbs
Ballast: 6200 lbs
Headroom: 6 ft 3 in
Conventional molded fiberglass hull and deck construction with externally mounted Scheel ballast keel.
Modified full keel with cutaways forward and aft, skeg-hung rudder.
Fully molded interior liner with bulkheads and woodwork.
Teak & holly type plywood cabin sole, and painted strip paneling overhead.
The hull-to-deck joint is a reverse flange with overhanging deck, bedded and bolted with teak caprail over.
2019 hull awlgrip (San Mateo Wheet and Marlin Blue).
Copper coat & Barrier coat repaired and restored.
Brightwork is 6 coats of Awlspar and 9 coats of Awlbright polyerethane for protection for 5-10 years.
1986 Westerbeke 4-cyl. diesel, 46 HP.
Cruising Speed: 6 knots
Maximum Speed: 8 knots
FWC via heat exchanger.
Pedestal steering with Morse cables.
1" SS shaft
3-blade Kiwi composite feathering prop.
New fiberglass rudder and stern pulpit built by PSC .
Sails and Rigging
Mast is painted aluminum w/single set of spreaders. Deck stepped on SS plate.
Boom is aluminum.
Rigging is 1x19 SS wire w/swage fittings and turnbuckles (upgraded 2011).
Lewmar Winches: Two #46 2-speed self-tailing bronze primary winches, One #16 self-tailing and One #16 2-speed bronze halyard winches on mast, One #16 self-tailing bronze main sheet winch on cabintop, Two #16 bronze winches, port and starboard, for staysail sheets.
SS stanchions & vinyl coated lifelines w/gates, port & starboard.
SS bow pulpit rail and new SS stern rail by PSC.
Mainsail: by Shurr Sails and fully battened. Double reef points, like-new condition. Old main is serviceable and cut with traditional battens.
Yankee: Roller furled, 2 years old, like-new condition
Staysail: 2 years old, like-new condition, and an older hank-on serviceable staysail.
Working Genoa (100%): Good condition
140 Genoa in good condition
Storm trysail is in good condition
Fuel: 30 gallons in one aluminum tank under cabin sole.
Water: 80 gallons in two fiberglass tanks under forward berth and quarter berth.
Hot Water: 6-gal. tank
Holding: Fiberglass tank under forward berth.
Two battery banks: Ship's service contains 3 AGM Grp 31 batteries below quarter berth. Engine starting bank is also a Grp 31 battery in aft engine space.
Alternator charging through an isolator.
Newmar electrical panel outboard of chart table.
West Marine Inverter.
Shore power fitting in aft cockpit coaming.
Berths for 5. Aft of anchor locker is the forward stateroom with offset double berth, outboard locker and shelving, and dressing seat to port. Opening cabintop hatch and 2 opening ports for good ventilation and light.
Next aft to starboard is enclosed head with manual Raritan toilet, SS sink w/pressure hot and cold water and a hand-held shower. Vanity and outboard lockers. Large mirror on aft bulkhead. Grated teak sole and seat. Opening port.
Main cabin is spacious with surround settee/double berth to starboard with collapsible dining table. Followed by the U-shaped Galley: Gimballed Tasco 3-burner stove w/oven. Top-loading icebox w/Seafrost BD12 refrigeration. 12V compressor. Double SS sink w/pressure hot & cold water. Lockers below and outboard.
To port is a settee/single berth with outboard shelving followed by the nav. station featuring cushioned seat, chart table with lift-top, VHF radio and electrical panel outboard. Aft is the single port quarter berth.
The cabin joinery is oiled teak throughout, white overhead and lower bulkheads, tan upholstered cushions, 6 opening ports, and a cabintop hatch. A light and well-ventilated cabin with 6'3" headroom.
Up the companionway steps to the cockpit, which is deep and seats 6+. Pedestal steering w/Destroyer wheel, engine controls, instruments, and compass. Stern deck houses SS ladder and lazarette with LPG tanks. Main traveler is forward of the companionway. Lifelines with gates surround port and starboard side decks leading to the ample foredeck. Windlass is foot controlled and anchor is housed on rollers on pulpit. Molded non-skid in white decks and cabintop to set off her varnished teak caprails and companionway. A very clean and economical layout with traditional woodwork.
Canvas work includes: Dodger on frame, Bimini on new SS frame, Sail covers, hatch covers, rail covers, winch covers and helm station cover--all 2 years old in very good condition.
Ritchie Compass in binnacle
Garmin GPSMap 740S chartplotter/radar
Standard Horizon Matrix at chart table
West Marine HP VHF radio below with remote at steering station
Raymarine ST 40 digital Depthsounder.
Raymarine Evolultion EV-1 Autopilot with ACU-100 computer & P70 display
Windex masthead fly
Dual audio deck stereo
Muir Hercules manual windlass on foredeck
Rocna 20 primary anchor in anchor roller w/chain & rode
Danforth fluke anchor on stern railing. 36" sea anchor
Nalani was damaged during Hurricane Michael that swept through Florida's Panhandle in October 2018. Miller Marine and Emerald Coast Yacht Refinishers made the repairs, paint, and varnish work.
The hull damage was repaired and awlgripped, and below the waterline the scratches were repaired followed by 4 coats of Copper Coat, good for 10 years. Pacific Sea Craft made the new rudder and stern pulpit.
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.