Full Specs

Overall Specifications

  • Designer:  W.I.B. Crealock    Builder:  Pacific Seacraft
  • L OA :  42′ 2″(includes bow platform):
  • Length on Deck:  40′ 4″
  • LWL:  31′ 3″
  • Beam:  12′ 5″
  • Displacement:  24000 lbs
  • Draft  5’2″ shoal bulb keel
  • Ballast :  8880 lbs
  • Limit of positive stability:  140 degrees
  • Bridge Clearance:  55″
  • Sail Area: 1032 sq.ft.
  • Cutter rig

Standard Pacific Seacraft Features

  • Varnished teak joinery throughout
  • Accommodations
    • Forward stateroom, large v-berth,  locker in place of vanity sink , storage drawers and lockers with shelves
    • Main salon,  dinette,  port settee, lockers, bookshelves, TV in cabinet
    • Galley  shaped for safe comfortable  cooking while underway or moored
    • Nav station with large nav desk
    • Aft stateroom
    • Head with separate shower with solid glass door
  • Bomar hatches  (4) with screens
  • Ports (14) with screens
  • Edson rack and pinion pedestal steering
  • Edson single lever engine control
  • Ritchie SP-5 steering pedestal compass
  • Force 10 gimbaled 3 burner propane  stove with oven and broiler
  • Two box freezer/refrigerator with spill over
  • Two deep stainless steel galley sinks
  • Corian counter tops, galley and head
  • Hot and cold pressure water – galley, head/shower, cockpit
  • Fresh and salt water spigots with foot pumps in galley
  • Head vanity fresh water spigot with foot pump
  • Groco marine head with 19 gal. holding tank, macerator, deck pump out,  overboard discharge
  • Electric shower sump pump with overboard discharge.
  • 11 GPM electric automatic bilge pump with Ultra pump switch
  • Aft cockpit propane locker, self draining
  • Saltwater deck wash down pump

Factory Added Options

  • Mast pulpits
  • Teak dorade boxes with chrome cowls
  • Bonded shelf with fiddle in port cockpit locker
  • Mast head navigation tri-color light with strobe
  • Solid stern pulpit
  • Cockpit coaming boxes, two additional
  • Corian counter tops galley and head
  • Alpenglow overhead lights (9), teak frames, white/red
  • Chrome bell reading lights (7)
  • Louvered doors in entire interior cabinetry
  • Teak staving hull sides in forward cabin, bunk to overhead
  • Removable shelves in hanging lockers
  • V-berth center 3 drawers with lockers to either side
  • Storage shelf in locker below nav desk
  • Three teak bookshelves in aft cabin on backside of galley bulkhead
  • Locker above quarter-berth bunk
  • Shelf with fiddle in head basin locker
  • Solid shower door in head
  • Microwave in cabinet  over refrigerator / freezer
  • Rack for knives added to tilt out trash bin under galley counter
  • Aluminum auxiliary fuel tank – 30 gallons – replaced 2010
  • Cabin fans – 9 total
  • Sony TV/ VCR and Sony AM/FM/CD/DVD player – port side salon cabinet
  • Bose speakers:  two in salon, two in cockpit
  • Access hatch under teak shower seat
  • Positive latches on sole boards
  • Positive lock down on refrigerator lid
  • Positive locks on seat locker lids
  • Aluminum propane bottles (2) with stainless brackets,  dual regulator
  • Extra conduit in mast for mast mounted radar

 Yanmar 4JH2E diesel engine

  • Engine hours:  6200 hours
  • Engine oil and transmission fluid changed  approximately every 100 hours – log available
  • Fuel Capacity:  150 gallons in three tanks with 1000 plus miles cruising range.  Standard 70 gallon tank under cabin sole, optional 30 gallon tank under starboard settee, and 50 gallon aluminum tank replaced 50 gallon water tank
  • Racor fuel filter
  • PYI shaft seal
  • Three blade fixed prop
  • Engine room platform added for ease of engine maintenance

Deck and Major Equipment

  • Solid dodger, custom built, form core with Strataglass panels, hand rails
  • Solid bimini, custom built , form core, removable cockpit screens
  • Solid stainless tubing rails entire perimeter of boat – 2006 – which replaced wire life lines for improved safety and security
  • Monitor self steering windvane with optional emergency rudder (MRUD),  control lines installed for minimum interference of crew movement about cockpit, can be left in place when not in use;  Monitor spares kit
  • Lewmar autopilot electric motor, 12 vdc, direct drive, bolted to stainless steel plate on reinforced base, connected to rudder post via tiller arm.  Robust, rugged, oversized  autopilot system installed 2007. It replaced B&G hydraulic ram now carried on board  for a functional backup autopilot drive.
  • Aft cockpit locker enclosure with shelf over Lewmar autopilot motor, tiller arm and rudder post
  • Watermaker:  Spectra 380C 12 volt, dual feed pumps, modular, 6 gph, 6 amps/hr
  • Seafrost refrigeration: three plate engine driven refrigeration/freezer with 110 vac shore assist which can be run off inverter
  • Stern Pole:  fold away outboard motor lifting  bracket, block and tackle, antenna / light mounts
  • Outboard motor mount on stern rail reinforced with custom bracket to stern pole
  • Stainless steel swim ladder:  mounts on cap rail track, easily removable, folds for compact storage either at boarding gate or cockpit seat locker
  • Boarding step for easy safe access from dinghy or dock, mounts on cap rail track, removable,  quick take apart for storage
  • Awnings, Stamoid – shade / protection – one forward section,  one aft section two parts – 2007
  • Avon 6 man life raft

Ground Tackle

  • Extended rugged stainless steel bow  platform;  rodes captured within platform;  port and starboard anchor rollers and locking pins;  two anchor deck pipes leading to divided bow chain lockers below
  • Bow chain locker modified for increased chain storage area under forward section of v-berth:  chain weight moved further aft, smooth chain payout and retrieval/flaking,  ease of access to chain storage
  • Lighthouse 1501 DWG electric horizontal windlass (dual) with
    • Port and starboard chain gypsies and rope wildcats
    • Sub-mariner reversible circuit with up down foot control switches at bow
    • Windlass control head in cockpit nav pod:  up and down control with dual chain counter
    • Hand held remote windlass control unit on flexible 30′ cable for windlass control anywhere on board
    • New windless motor, deck base plate, chain count sensors, and cockpit control head – installed 2011.
  • Bow anchors and rodes
    • Rocna, 55 lb., on all chain rode of 5/16″ high test (G4), 325 feet – new 2011
    • Bruce, 44 lb., on chain/rope rode of  – 50 feet of 5/16″ high test (G4) chain and  200 feet of rope rode – new 2011
  • Stern anchor:  Danforth on chain/rope rode,  mounted on stern rail
  • Stern anchor rode locker to starboard with deck pipe and captive stern anchor roller
  • CQR 44 lb. – spare/additional anchor
  • Seawater water anchor/deck wash down

Rigging – Spars – Sails – Winches

  • Leisurefurl / Forespar in boom furling system with electric halyard winch, integral sail cover
  • Harken Roller Furling  Unit 2 on head stay
  • Harken Roller Furling  Unit 1 on staysail stay
  • Rigid Forespar boom vang
  • Traveler midship,  control lines to cockpit
  • Forespar carbon fiber whisker pole, fixed length, mounted on mast track
  • Boom toping lift
  • Boom preventer system with lines running to cockpit
  • Running back stays, lines replaced 2010
  • Port and starboard spinnaker halyards
  • Mast rope clutches for jib and staysail halyards
  • Rope clutches cockpit cabin top, port and starboard
  • All lines run to cockpit
  • All standing rigging replaced,  March 2007
  • Mast steps
  • Sails:
    • Full batten main sail,  designed specifically  for Forespar/Leisurefurl in boom furling system, Quantum, new, 2011
    • Genoa, 120%, high clew with UV cover – Quantum,  new, 2007
    • Staysail with UV cover, Quantum,  new, 2012
    • Riding sail (rarely used)
    • Trysail (never used)
  • Winches , two speed, self tailing
    • Lewmar 44 CCEST electric winch for main halyard
    • Lewmar 48 CST ungraded from 44 CST,  mainsheet
    • Lewmar 58 CST upgrades from 54 CST, (two),  genoa sheets
    • Lewmar 40 CST and 30 CST, genoa and staysail halyard,  mast mounted
    • Lewmar 40 CST (2), utility, mounted cockpit cabin top

 Electrical

  • Four AGM 4D batteries, Lifeline, house bank, 880 amps,  2006
  • Group 31 AGM Lifeline engine start battery, 2006
  • Heart Freedom 2000 inverter/battery charge
  • Link 2000 battery monitor
  • Balmar 7 series, 105 amp alternator,  new 2012
  • Next Step regulator
  • Four position battery switch
  • Galvanic isolator, installed 2012
  • Transformer:  220 vac to 110 vac – necessary to utilize shore power beyond North America
  • Towing generator with stern rail mount
  • Flexible solar panels on Bimini (4) – Uni-Solar 32 watt each
  • LED navigation lights:  deck level and tri-color mast head
  • LED anchor light
  • Mast head strobe light
  • Cabin chrome swivel lights, four of seven with LED bulbs
  • 110 volt electrical outlets (7)
  • 12 volt electrical outlets (4) cigarette type

Electronics

  • B&G Network instruments for wind, boat speed, depth:  at cockpit helm and repeated  at the nav station  below
  • B&G autopilot control/display heads (2) :  control of autopilot at the cockpit helm and at nav station below
  • B&G Network autopilot type 2 control (the brains) for Lewmar autopilot electric motor
  • Furuno 1831 M2 radar
  • Furuno FMD-811 – repeated remote radar LCD display
  • Furuno LS 6000 depth sounder – secondary to B&G depth sounder
  • Furuno radar repeater display and Furuno depth sounder display mounted in door that swings out from custom companionway locker for viewing from helm
  • Interphase forward looking sonar with display on swing out mount into companionway to view from helm
  • Icom MXA 5000 AIS receiver
  • Garmin GPS
  • Digi Edgeport serial to USB converter:  four serial 9 pin input ports to one USB output – receives serial NEMA 0183 data from B&G instruments and AIS receiver then outputs one USB cable

Communications

  • Icom 706 MKII G HF radio,  modified for all frequencies
  • Pactor III Modem
  • SGC 230 antenna tuner
  • Insulated backstay
  • SSB radio copper ground system – factory installed
  • Icom VHF radio, fixed mount,  at nav station, cabin with antenna at mast
  • Icom VHF radio, fixed mount, in cockpit coaming box with dedicated antenna on stern pole
  • Back up, second,  VHF antenna at mast head with coax cable to nav station

 Various Upgrades and Replacements

  • Salon & nav station upholstery – new high quality foam and upgraded fabric – 2001
  • Salon carpet – 2001
  • Latex mattress – with custom fitted sheets and mattress pad – 2001
  • Lee clothes port and starboard.  Port settee with its lee cloth rigged becomes comfortable, easy access pilot berth when passage making
  • Groco toilet base electro plated for improved corrosion prevention – 2006
  • Spreader light fixtures replaced – 2007
  • Caframo cabin fans (8)- replaced 6 Hella fans and added 2 Caframo fans to forward cabin
  • Water heater replaced 2009, Isotherm brand
  • Auxiliary 30 gallon stainless steel fuel tank replaced 2010
  • Vetus dorades replaced 2010
  • New masthead B&G wind sensor spar and board replaced 2010
  • Motor mounts (4) replaced Nov. 2011
  • Watermaker membrane  replaced Nov. 2011
  • Replaced all cabin locker doors latches and trim – 2011
  • New steaming/deck light – 2012
  • Frequent  waxing of  fiberglass / gel coat for maintenance and appearance
  • Routine engine and transmission oil change:  about every 100 hours – maintenance log available
  • Epoxy barrier coats below waterline, 1998
  • Cutlass bearing replaced fall of 2010
  • Ablative bottom paint -two coats, last applied November 2011
  • Fresh water system:  heat exchanger cleaned, replaced caps, gaskets, hoses – Dec. 2011
  • External teak – 2012 – Completely stripped, base of 7 coats of Awl Spar varnish with 10 coats of Awl Brite Plus on top of the Awl Spar
  • Engine control cables replaced 2013
  • Bomar hatch frames repainted and lexan lenses rebedded 2012