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Pacific Seacraft 37
(11,20 m) - 1981

Layout :

  • Length : 11,20 m (36' 8")
  • LWL : 8,5 m (27'9")
  • Beam : 3 m (10'10")
  • Draft : 1,7 m (5'6")
  • Headroom : 1,95 m (6'4")
  • Displacement : 7257 Kg (16000 lbs dry load)
  • Ballast : 2812 Kg (6200 lbs)
  • Material : Fiberglass
  • Rigging : Cutter
  • Engine: Yanmar 4JH3E 56 HP

American flag. Tax not paid for French Polynesia.

Based in French Polynesia

Price : 10,74 M XPF / 90 000 €

To seize!

Well maintained, upgraded and well equipped sailboat.

Ready to go!

Interior fittings :

Sleeps 4 to 5 - 2 double cabins

  • Fore double cabin
  • En-suite head with shower and toilet
  • Large L-shaped saloon to starboard convertible into double bed with bench seat/bunk to port
  • Chart table with pilot berth to port
  • U-shaped galley to starboard

Listing :

Building and history

Crealock 37 cutter sailboat built in 1981 by the Pacific Seacraft shipyard from Bill Crealock's designs.
She has been carefully improved and well maintained by her owners. She has a half circumnavigations under her belt, and many hours of love and maintenance, she is as strong and reliable as ever..
The (few) problems common to older Pacific Seacrafts have all been addressed: some older models had problems with osmotic blistering on the hull (due to use of polyester resin). In 2015 the hull was stripped down and epoxy barrier coated to prevent osmostic blistering. Many older PSC report rusting out of the bottom of the main diesel tank. Indy had a new custom built SS tank installed in 2015. Lastly, many of the older PSC’s had problems with the galley sink being below the waterline. We fixed this is 2020 with a custom built stainless sink.

A word from the owner

We have had some great adventures on this yacht and our trip is coming to an end. We would love to see her go to someone who loves the feeling of being at the helm of an excellent, elegant, and fun sailing boat while exploring far off places.
She is rigged for safe, fast sailing. All lines are led aft to the cockpit. We recently set up double-line reefing so that the mainsail can be reefed entirely from the safety of the cockpit. The cutter rig with a yankee cut jib is perfect for offshore work–balanced, powerful, and easy to handle. The 130% drifter is absolutely amazing. It keeps us sailing in light air when we’d be otherwise motoring, its strong enough to survive squalls, and its less fussy than a spinnaker.
We’ve made some great upgrades for living aboard. Our solar panels generate enough power to meet all of our electrical needs–including running the watermaker. We expanded the sleeping area of the v-berth and created a large storage area. Indy has tons of storage for a PSC 37–cabinets over both the chart table and galley sink, plus a custom built radio cabinet and a salon shelf. We’ve upgraded the lighting to illuminate the galley and salon areas. Indy is cozy and bright down below. Indy is great for a single hander or a couple who are ready to cast off the lines, and go explore the world!
The next owners can come aboard in March and start living the dream!


Yanmar 4JH3E 56 HP engine (1,568 hrs, 2014)
MaxProp 3-blade bronze feathering propeller
2 Aluminum diesel tanks, total 245 L (65 gallon): 170 L (45 gallon) main tank replaced in 2014 + 75 L (20 gallon) custom on-deck tank

Cutter Rigging

Standing rigging replaced 2014 (NW Rigging)
New chainplates (2021)
Custom stainless stemhead fitting (2022)
Running rigging replaced (2019)
Dyneema running backstays/topiing lift (2019)
Double line reefing from cockpit (2021)
Yager 90% Furling Yankee (jib) (2014)
Yager hank-on Staysail (2014)
Yager battened mainsail (3 reefs) (2014)
Drifter 130% 2.5oz ripstop with custom deck bag (2021)
Stack pack for mainsail (2021)

Ground tackle

Electric windlass Maxwell
Primary anchor: Sarca Excel Spade anchor 20 Kg (44lb) + 90 m (300ft) 5/16 G4 high test chain
Stern anchor: Fortress FX 23 anchor + 7 m (25 feet) chain + 84 m (275ft) nylon rode


2 Fresh water tanks of 133 L (35 gallon) + 170 L (45 gallon), total 303 L (80 gallon)
60 L (16 gallon) holding tank
Watermaker-SeaWaterPro 12v DC 20gal/hr (2021)
Custom v-berth expansion (XL bed) (2021)
3 Burner Force 10 LPG stove oven w/ broiler (2015)
Refrigeration/freezer (ice box conversion) (2015)
Dickenson LPG Bulkhead heater (2015)
Sure Marine – Engine Coolant Heater – Main Cabin (2015)
Custom galley sink–single basin, raised above waterline (2021)
Cabin fans caframo x5 (2021)
Pressure water


675Ah House Battery bank (6x Trojan T105 225Ah 6v) (2021)
700W Solar Panels with individual Victron MPPT Controllers (2019-2022)
Mastervolt charger/inverter MassCombi 12/2500-100 (2016)
Blue Seas main distribution panel (2016)

Electronics and navigation instruments

Chartplotter-Garmin GPSMap 742plus (2022)
VHF-Standard Horizon GX2200 (2019)
VHF Antenna and new low-loss cable (2021)
AIS Antenna (dedicated) (2021)
IridiumGo! with external antenna (2019)
Autopilot- Autohelm ST3000 belt drive
2 Binnacle compasses (northern and southern hemispheres)
Radar Furono 1621
AIS send/receive (2016)
Monitor windvane with emergency rudder and extending cruising parts kit (2019)

Safety equipment

Viking 4 person liferaft (2019)
Dyneema jacklines and 2x tethers (2019)
Crewsaver inflatable pfd/harness x2 (2019)
New teak grab rails (2021)
Dyneema lifelines (2022)
EPIRB (ACR) (2019)
Ditch kit (2019)
3 Fire Extinguishers (2019)
Safety Flares (2019)
Custom stainless cockpit railings (2020)
Carbon monoxide detector (2019)
Custom preventer system (2019)
Hard dodger (new windows 2021)
Rat Lines (2022)


Achilles HB270FX Dinghy (Fiberglass bottom, folding transom) (2019)
Dinghy Chaps (2021)
Yamaha 8HP 4-stroke outboard (2019)


Swim ladder
Spare flexible solar PANELS 300w
Extensive engine spares: starter motor, raw water pump, alternator, solenoids, thermostats, fuel lift pump, full gasket kit, etc
Spare prop shaft, spare propellor
Watermaker extended spares kit
Epoxy barrier coat treatment (2015)

Last bottom paint: February 2023 (3 coats Seahawk Islands 99 Plus, and zinc coating to prop.)

Main strengths

Well maintained and well equipped boat.
Many improvements.
Ready to go !

Last modified : 09/03/2023


The boat's inventories are based on the indications given by the owners and even if we do our best to see that they are in accordance with the reality, there might be some differences. The boat's and equipment's condition has to be checked jointly by the buyer and seller before the sale. The respective responsibilities of both the seller and the buyer remain intact. In no case can Raiatea-yacht be held responsible for any defect on the boat.

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