Pacific Seacraft 40's are sought after by knowledgeable sailors seeking a rugged, well made, and capable cruising boat. They are built to comfortably go anywhere a competent skipper might wish to venture. The PS 40 is a proven offshore cruiser but is equally suitable as a family coastal cruiser. The quality of her construction, like that of all Pacific Seacraft-built boats, is top-level, and the attention to detail exceptional. The interior is roomy and attractive and offers reasonable privacy for two couples in two private staterooms.
AANOOSH was purchased by her current owner in 2004. She had had previously had only one owner who had used her lightly. The current owner singlehandedly did a Great Loop trip on her between late 2004 and 2006, also venturing to the Bahamas. She has been on the hard since, always covered during the winter, and generally during the summer. AANOOSH is in excellent condition. She is loaded with gear, features a double roller-furling headsail cutter rig with all lines led aft, greatly simplifying short-handed sailing.
Owners tend to keep their Pacific Seacraft 40's, making them relatively difficult to find on the market. Take advantage of this opportunity to buy a desirable, little-used serious cruising boat at a fraction of her replacement cost.
Please note: Interior photos were taken on 11/14/2019. Exterior photos of boat in water were taken between 2004-2006. Photos of boat's exterior, on land were taken in June, 2019.
For further information, please contact John L. Procter, CPYB:
Cell phone: 617-694-8455
The interior layout includes berths for seven. The forward stateroom features a centerline island double berth, a locker to starboard, and a three-drawer bureau under the berth with lockers outboard. The main cabin has a dinette to starboard and a settee to port. The solid teak dinette table with a detachable folding leaf (which extends to the port settee) can be lowered to convert the starboard settee into a double berth. The navigation station, next aft to port and forward of the head, has a desk for spreading out charts and storing material. The U-shaped galley to starboard, just opposite the nav station, is designed with drawer and locker storage, centerline sinks and Corian counters. An enclosed stateroom with standing headroom, just aft of the galley features a double berth, hanging locker, and a mirrored forward bulkhead. Ventilation below is provided by 11 opening ports (with screens), 2 dorade vents, and 4 overhead Bomar hatches. The engine room (accessible aft of the companionway ladder or through the gasketed cockpit sole hatch) is insulated for noise and heat. The head compartment, aft of the navigation station to port, has a Groco manual head, a vanity sink, a wet locker and a separate shower compartment. Deep teal colored upholstery, satin varnish joinery, and louvered locker doors.
The U-shaped galley features Seafrost engine-driven refrigeration with shore power assist, a Force 10 stainless steel, three-burner, propane stove with oven, double stainless steel sinks with hot and cold pressurized water and manual salt water pump. Tilt-out trash bin under the galley counter.
12 volt DC system includes a 100 amp bank for engine starting and a 500 amp bank for house. 110 volt AC dockside system with shore power cord. Breaker panel for 12 volt and 110 volt systems with voltmeter and ammeter. 150 amp oversize alternator and regulator (up charge). Heart L2000R 2000 watt inverter. Two 12 volt receptacles in cockpit, one at chart table, 8 Alpenglow dome cabin lights. 6 Hella fans, one mounted in forward cabin, two in main cabin, one in head, one at galley, and one in aft stateroom. Masthead tri-color light with strobe. Spreader lights.
Max Prop three-blade feathering propeller. Whitlock stainless steel single lever throttle/transmission control lever. Spare oil, oil filters, transmission fluid, fuel filters, and antifreeze. Tempo oil change vacuum pump and container. Spare belts for engine. Assorted spare zincs for Max Prop and rudder.
Power Survivor 35 watermaker (modular) capable of making 1.2 gallons/hour fresh water (+/- 15%)
Modified full keel design with skeg-hung rudder and Crealock-designed shoal draft bulb keel. Hull and deck color is Antique White with Marine Green boot and sheer stripes. Bottom is painted red. Teak rub strakes with stainless steel striker along hull, port and starboard. Whitlock pedestal steering system with emergency tiller. Double bow roller on teak bowsprit. Muir 1200 VRC vertical electric windlass with up and down deck buttons. Varnished teak caprails and handrails. Bow rail and stern pulpit, double lifelines with gates, port and starboard, third lifeline at boarding gates. Hot/cold freshwater shower in coaming box in cockpit. Acrylic sliding companionway hatch.
Forest Green bimini, Forest Green covers for hand rails, cap rails, overhead hatches, sliding hatch, and companionway hatch washboards, Forest Green pedestal cover, Forest Green mainsail cover, 45 lb. CQR anchor with 325' chain, 55 lb. Delta anchor with 50' chain and 250' nylon rode, 23 lb. Fortress anchor with chain and 5/8" nylon rode, anchor buoy and pennant, Givens 4-man life raft in deck-mounted canister (needs inspection), cockpit cushions, teak cockpit table, man-overboard module, 12 5/8" nylon docklines, 25' and 35', (three are brand-new), lead line with 50' of braided line for sounding bottom, fenderboard, fenders, first aid kit, 3 fire extinguishers, flares, horn, manual and electric bilge pumps, AM/FM stereo/multiple CD changer with two speakers in main cabin, Weems and Plath bulkhead-mounted brass clock and barometer, stainless steel brackets for additional propane tanks. nylon web jacklines, port and starboard, two personal safety harnesses with quick-release safety snaps, two West Marine inflatable PFD's with built-in safety harnesses, two West Marine Offshore PFD's, 4 generic PFD's in vinyl bag, two ACR Firefly personal emergency strobes, Y mooring bridle made from chain and spliced nylon line, two 5 gallon water carriers for carrying water from shore, five one gallon Rubbermaid water jugs for potable water, Magma stainless steel rail-mounted barbecue grill, plumbed to main propane system, portable bottle regulator as well, bosun's chair, Avon inflatable dinghy with inflatable floor with pump, oars, and outboard motor bracket, portable running lights and anchor for dinghy, two portable spotlights, one battery powered, the other plugs into boat's 12 volt DC system.
Fiberglass dinghy depicted in photo
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.