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  1. 1983 Pacific Seacraft Flicka

    January 18, 2013 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Offered for sale is our PCS Flicka, “Etoile”. Designed by Bruce Bingham and manufactured by Pacific Seacraft, the Flicka is a salty pocket cruiser with a pedigree. Her design was inspired by the Newport boats of Rhode Island, small weatherly craft that sailed the open waters of Block Island Sound, year round, during the early 1900’s. “Etoile” is a cutter rigged, full keel cruiser, with transom hung rudder. She has factory bronze option, marine head option, inboard diesel option and single handler package. Her hull and deck are hand laid fiberglass. She comes with maintenance records since ’96, factory line drawings, original sales brochure and factory packing list, all manuals/instructions for equipment aboard and recent survey.

    Equipment on Board:

    Deck & Hull Equip: Bronze hardware 4) Lewmar #8 winches, 6) opening ports w/ screens, thru hulls w/ seacocks throughout. BOMAR forward hatch. SS bow, stern rail & stanchions w/ double lifelines. Bowsprit w/ heavy duty anchor roller. Cockpit sole teak grate & cockpit cushions. LED navigation lights. Interior: oiled teak wood. 5′-11″ headroom w/ padded vinyl headliner. ORIGO non-pressure alcohol stove w/ potholders. Bronze hand galley pump w/ deep SS sink & 20 gal water tank. Large well insulated ice box. Foldaway table. Enclosed head w/ 8 gal holding tank. Shore power. LED cabin lights. Ground tackle: CQR primary anchor w/chain & rode; Danforth secondary anchor w/rode. Electronics: VHF_Standard Horizon Explorer GPS GX1700 (2012); Autohelm 800; Gemini Compass; Std Horizon depth & speed; Datamarine wind. Engine: Yanmar 1GM; 3-blade prop; 12 gal fuel tank; electric fuel pumps; RACOR water separator; electric & manual bilge pumps; access from cabin & cockpit sole. Sails: Main w/ 2 reef pts; roller furled 145% headsail w/ UV cover & Harken MKIII furler; staysail; storm jib.


  2. 1987 Pacific SeaCraft Dana

    January 10, 2013 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Bon Dancer is in very good condition. She is cutter rigged, all sails in good condition, spare mainsail. I have put a chart table on port side, quarter berth location. All lines run to the cockpit. LED bulbs throughout. Cockpit cushions are closed cell. Dodger; I have lived on boat for a couple of years and engine has run fine, oil and filters change regually.

    Equipment on Board:

    Simrad TP22 tiller pilot, installed April 2012; Jabsco head installed April 2012; Norvane self-steering windvane; Garmin 440 chartplotter/fishfinder. 2 25lb CQR anchors, 1 20 Danforth anchor; Handheld VHS radio; hard dinghy with 2.5 HP Yamaha outboard motor and oars; 2 burner kerosene stove with oven; life jackets and cushions; 200 ft 1/2 nylon anchor line, with some 3/8 hot dip galv. chain. 18 gal. fuel tank, 40 gal. water tank. Pressure and hand pump at galley sink.


  3. 1977 pacific seacraft 25

    December 31, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    For sale is a beautiful 1977 Pacific Seacraft sailboat. The pictures speak for themselves. Lots of teak and very thick fiberglass hull and deck. Classic Double-ender design, made for heavy seas. This model of boat has crossed oceans, and turns heads. Comes with a good trailer that is road worthy. 8 HP yanmar diesel is in great shape, runs like a top, and barely gets used. Freshwater life. This boat, if well maintained, will hold its value.

    Currently in use, and docked at Eagle Creek Reservoir in Indianapolis, IN.

    Video on you tube is available. Search Santis Sailing and you should see it come up.

    Serious inquiries only please. Chris (# removed)

    Equipment on Board:

    Specs
    Keel: Full

    Dimensions
    LOA: 25 ft 0 in
    Beam: 8 ft 0 in
    Maximum Draft: 3 ft 2 in
    Ballast: 1750 lbs
    Headroom: 5 ft 0 in
    Dry Weight: 4750 lbs

    Engines
    Engine Brand: Yanmar
    Engine(s) Total Power: 8 HP
    Engine Type: Inboard
    Drive Type: Direct Drive
    Propeller: 3 blade propeller
    Year Built: 1977

    Tanks
    Fresh Water Tanks: 1 (15 Gallons)
    Fuel Tanks: (16 Gallons)
    Holding Tanks: 1 (20 Gallons)

    Accommodations
    Sleeps 4

    Electronics
    Autopilot
    Compass
    VHF
    Depth finder
    Speed
    Auto Pilot
    Has a Garmin, but I have never used it and do not know how.

    Sails
    Battened mainsail
    Genoa
    Gennaker/Cruising spinnaker
    Race jib
    Extra jib

    Inside Equipment
    Automatic bilge pump
    Manual bilge pump
    Marine head
    Lights
    Stove

    Electrical Equipment
    Electrical Circuit: 12V
    110v shore power cable and connections.
    Power converter

    Outside Equipment/Extras
    Swimming ladder, buoys, etc…

    Covers
    Mainsail cover
    Tiller cover
    Genny is roller furling, self covered.


  4. 1990 Pacific Seacraft cutter

    December 10, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Rebuilt 34HP Yanmar Diesel 4JH2E,0 hours Northstar952XD ColorGPS&Nav Plotter.Autohelm ST4000 Autopilot, Deapthsounder,Wind,Speed and Direction, Furuno Radar,Micrologic ML8002 Loran,Compass, VHF Radio,CDplayer and dual speakers, Fully battened mainsail, New Mizzen, New Dodger & Custom Boom Tent,Muir 1299 LP Electric Windlass with deck & cockpit controls,Wood covered steering wheel,2 anchors with heavy chain,Fresh detailing,Fresh Water boat with Inside storage. Coast Guard Documented

    Equipment on Board:

    Extra large alternator, 3 bladed MAX propeller,Mast steps,All classic brass portal fittings,Full custom screening,single handed Halyard/sheet configuration into cockpit,Custom retractable cockpit table,Stainless swim ladder with wood steps,Propane oven,stove & outboard Grill, Life sling & sealed PLASTIMO raft.AM/FM/CD radio with dual speakers. Custom made steel cradle, 8 ft. Boatex Fiberglass dinghy with leathered oars,200lb. Mushroom mooring with chain, ball float & mooring lines


  5. 1991 Pacific Seacraft 44

    December 4, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    It is a distinct pleasure to represent such a well designed, well built, and well found cruising yacht in great condition. If you are making plans to go cruising, “Tracen J” is a boat that you should not pass up. She is fully equipped for offshore passage-making and she would be welcomed back to the islands of the South Pacific with open arms!

    Equipment on Board:

    (2) Raymarine E 80 (AIS- integrated chart plotters) (2006) with 4kw Radar; Navionic Charts for US including HI, Mexico, Central America, Pacific Islands to Japan, KNZ, and Australia. Updated with latest software downloads. One unit installed at the helm, and second at Chart Table; Standard Horizon VHF (2011) would serve to back up the electronic charting as it offers routes, tracks, bearings, and AIS data; 300 DSM depth/fish finder, GPS integrated with E-80 plotters, located at Chart Table and Helm (2006); ICOM M802 SSB with integrated pactor modem-auto tuner (2006); Raymarine ST 60-wind, depth, speed, electric auto-pilot and multi display integrated to the E-80.(2006); AIS (2011) “A: receiver; DC 12volt system; (6) AGM LIfline sealed batteries for house bank(2011) secured by steel retaining bars and floor boards that lock down; (1) AGM LIfeline sealed battery dedicated to engine and generator starting( 2011); 740 total amp hours in DC 12volt banks; Battery banks are charged by the auxiliary diesel high output alternator, wind generator, solar panels, inverter/charger, or diesel generator.; (2) 135 kw Kyocera adjustable solar panels mounted on stainless rail/tubes with Zantrex controller(2008); Link 2000 digital monitor system; Tri-color masthead lamp (LED)(2010); Deck lights on spreaders; Running Lights, all LED; Air Breeze wind generator with built-in controller(2010); AC 115 volt: Mastervolt 2500 Inverter-Charger with remote controls and display(2011); Twin 30 amp shore power receptacles w/ splitter; 50 to 30 amp adapter; Entec 6.5 KW diesel generator (used primarily to power water maker); AC outlets throughout the boat and protected by upstream GFI receptacle; 300GPD Sea Recovery Watermaker (membrane pickled); 3 Blade feathering Max Prop (coated with Prop Speed); Webasto Forced Air Heating; Winslow 4 Man Liferaft in Valise and stored out of sun.(repacked 2012) good to 2016; Life Sling; Cockpit Shower, with hot water; Deck Wash, forward and aft; Dodger (2006); Sail Cover (2012); Switllik MOM 8A repacked 2012 and good to 2014; Edson 30 GPM portable pump mounted on board; Florentino Drogue (2012); Para Anchor (2012); Jabsco Diaphragm bilge pump (2012); Shade Tree Awning-good condition


  6. 1994 Pacific Seacraft 32 Pilothouse

    October 29, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Pacific Seacraft is known for their construction of high quality cruising sailboats. This rare 32’ pilothouse yacht was designed and built for easy cruising in comfort and safety. She’s rugged, well equipped, and quite suitable for island hopping, a summer in Alaska, or that offshore passage you have always dreamed of.

    Equipment includes:
    •Yanmar Diesel
    •GPS
    •Radar
    •Autopilot
    •Dingy & Davits
    •Electric Anchor Windlass
    •Roller Furling
    •Fully Battened Triple Reef Mainsail w/Lazy Jacks
    •A Full Suit of Sails Including a Spinnaker!
    •Propane Stove
    •Espar Diesel Furnace
    •Rigged for Short Handed Sailing

    Equipment on Board:

    Accommodations
    Her interior is bright and open with a lovely teak finish, The design affords great visibility, ventilation, and light, as well as the option of steering while out of the elements. The pilothouse includes a lovely dinette table. It can be made into an additional berth when extra crew or family is aboard. She has a large sea berth aft of the inside helm Her galley is “U” shaped and is forward and down where the motion is easier on the cook, and it leaves the dinette up for visibility when sailing or at anchor. She has a large private head with shower. Forward is a large Master berth with hanging lockers and a bench seat.

    Galley
    •Refrigerator
    •Large Double Sinks
    •Pressure Hot & Cold Domestic Water
    •Alternative Foot Water Pump

    Electronics
    •Magellan Satellite Track GPS
    •Ritchie Compasses
    •B&G Wind Indicator
    •B&G Depth, Speed & Log
    •ST 4000 Autohelm Autopilot
    •Inside Helm Repeaters
    •West Marine VHF Radio
    •Raytheon SL-70 Radar
    •Sony Stereo w/6-CD Changer

    Electrical
    •110 volt AC Systems
    •12 Volt DC Systems
    •Deluxe Master Control Panel
    •AC Amperage & Voltage Meters
    •DC Amperage & Voltage Meters
    •Battery Charger
    •Battery Selector Switch
    •110-volt Outlets
    •12-volt Outlet
    •370 amp Gel Cell House Battery Bank
    •150 amp Gel Dedicated Engine Starter Battery
    •Balmar High Output Alternator

    Sails
    •Ullman Full Batten Triple Reef Mainsail w/Lazy Jacks
    •Harken Roller Furling
    •100% Rolller Furling Jib
    •130% Roller Furling Genoa
    •Spinnaker
    •Spinnaker Pole
    Sail Area: 488.67 sq ft
    I : 38.67 ft
    J : 14.58 ft
    P : 31.83 ft
    E : 12.92 ft

    Deck
    •35# CQR Primary Anchor w/125′ Chain & 150′ Line
    •Muir Electric Anchor Windlass
    •2- Lewmar 44 Self-Tailing Primary Winches
    •Lewmar 16 Self-Tailing Main Sheet Winch
    •2- Lewmar 16 Halyard Winches
    •Bimini
    •Ocean Marine Dingy Davits
    •Acorn 8′ Lapstrake Mahogany Dingy

    Additional
    •Espar Grand Mariner Forced Air Diesel Furnace
    •3-Blade Feathering Prop
    •Spare Bruce Anchor
    •Spare Fisherman Anchor


  7. 1979 Pacific Seacraft PS-25

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    1979 Pacific Seacraft MKII – Cutter – October 1979 (4th to the last one built)- Turn key sailboat. One of the best PS-25’s out there. Much custom work performed.

    Equipment on Board:

    -25’ LOD, 20’ LWL, 27 ½ ‘ overall
    -8 hp Yanmar diesel inboard
    -Freshwater boat (Lake Michigan, Lake Superior)
    -New Bottom Paint 2012 – VC-17 / new Boot stripe
    -Gel coat (hull) rubbed out and waxed 2012

    UK Halsey Sails 2011 – new $4K
    -130% Tanbark Passagemaker I Genoa – Telltale Window, UV Sunshield, Foam Luff Pad, Reefing Reinforcement – 191 sq ft.
    -Full 4-Batten, 2-area reef, loose footed Tanbark Mainsail 124 Sq. Ft.

    -Also includes original Pacific Seacraft Tanbark sails

    -New running rigging / New sheets – Sta-Set brand
    -Mast steps installed for climbing mast
    -LED Spreader Spot Light
    -CQR anchor w/ 50’ chain and 150’ ½’ line at Bow Sprit
    -Danforth anchor rear stowed with 100’ ½” line
    -Manual original bilge pump
    -Electric bilge pump

    -All Teak on deck replaced 2009 / 2010 except handrails
    -New companionway teak boards
    -Interior coach roof ceiling replaced with custom cedar woodwork
    -Interior lighting converted to LED and rewired (added 3 fixtures that switch between red and white light)
    -Compression post replaced with ¼ sawn oak
    -Teak paneling forward replaced with added inset compass rose
    -Original cabinetry in very good condition
    -Gimbaled oil lamp
    -Brass Barometer – Bulkhead mount.

    -12 volt charging receptacles x 2
    -600 watt 12 volt to 120-volt inverter
    -30’ shore power 30 amp cable
    -Dual battery charging system
    -30 amp breaker panel with AC outlets
    -2 Battery system with controller (1, 2 – both – off)
    -Includes Marine Radio(s) – one handheld and one base station
    -Two fire extinguishers
    -All flares / signaling equipment
    -GPS with blue water chart – Lake Superior charts
    -Ray Marine ST-40 multi display (speed, depth, temp, log)
    -Windicator
    -12 volt oil pump (for oil changes)

    -New holding tank / hoses
    -Original Head in very good working order
    -Original fuel tank replaced with 11 gallon poly tank
    -Original water tank – needs replacement. System intact but leaks.

    -Dual alcohol stove (Origo)
    -Butane / propane gimbaled stove w/ fuel cylinders
    -Portable propane shower with fuel cylinders

    -Auto-tiller with custom oak mount.
    -Brazilian cherry outboard motor mount
    -Spare tiller


  8. 1991 Pacific Seacraft Crealock 37

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Original owner is selling this customized Crealock 37. Built to owners coastal cruising needs- this classic cutter rig- has a 50hp Yanmar diesel, full galley, enclosed head, roomy salon and sleeping quarters, updated sails.

    Equipment on Board:

    Galley Equipment:
    Propane stove, oven, ice box, pressure water, stainless steal sink, hot water heater, ample storage.
    Deck And Hull Equipment:
    35 lb anchor with chain and rode, double life lines. stainless steel stanchions, bow and stern rail, swim ladder
    Electronics And Navigation:
    Compass on binnacle
    Datamarine depth sounder
    Icom VHF
    Cybernet CMS 4000 am/fm
    3 new batteries
    battery charger
    Deck Equipment:
    35 lb anchor with chain and rode, double life lines. stainless steel stanchions, bow and stern rail, swim ladder


  9. 2005 Pacific Seacraft Crealock 31

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Bristol, Pristine, Perfect, Like new one owner ready to go bring on the hardest surveyor and she will stand tall

    Equipment on Board:

    Yanmar 30HP diesel, Simrad autopilot, AWI depth and chart ploter, A/C, Force 10 stove, Adler barbour 12 volt frig


  10. 1978 Pacific Seacraft Flicka

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    I’ve lived on the boat for a year in 2009. This boat is setup and
    ready to go for coastal cruising. Walk on the boat and sail.

    Boat Name: JoEllen

    Maker: Pacific Seacraft

    Year: 1978

    Hull Number: PCS(# removed)

    Hull Construction Material: GRP

    Interior layout and head configuration: Open interior, no head.

    Engine type: Outboard – Honda 9.9 HP

    Rig: sloop

    Hull gel coat colour (if applicable): white

    Cabin gelcoat colour (if applicable): white

    Equipment on Board:

    *** 9′ Zodiac dinghy 5 HP Mercury outboard engine – in great condition
    * Self tailing Lewmar winches
    * 2 anchors, Plow and Bruce, both setup with 60 feet of chain and 200 feet line
    * 2 solar panels, which charge the batteries nicely
    * Sails rigging in good shape
    * New propane stove
    * AC charger for shore power
    * Depth sounder
    * Navigation lights in working order
    * New stereo system
    * VHF radio
    * Blue water grade Lewmar hatch
    * Teak companionway doors
    * New interior cushions