1994 PACIFIC SEACRAFT 37 CREALOCK
Best Boat for the Best Price!
Ready for Offshore Cruising
The Pacific Seacraft 37 (aka Crealock 37) is designed for cruising. She is a beautiful sailing ship that has excellent performance on all points of sail, is superbly constructed and time tested. This Crealock 37 is a superb high performance cruising yacht which incorporates all the best qualities an experienced sailor looks for in “a proper yacht” – seaworthiness, premium quality, very good performance, comfort and the ability to be sailed short-handed. The Pacific Seacraft Crealock 37 is a truly solid blue water cruiser built to go anywhere in comfort, good sea keeping abilities, and a pleasure to sail.
- “The Crealock 37 is an attempt to provide the weekender and the cruising sailor with a boat which will travel fast between ports under complete control, and which will yet remind him that the passage itself should be one of the pleasures of the cruise.” –W.I.B. Crealock, Designer
She has been the benchmark for world cruisers for 20 plus years and rightfully so. This voyager shocks even the most experienced sailors in lighter air. While everyone expects a passagemaker to perform well in 30 knots of breeze, most are genuinely surprised to see this lively lady tack gracefully in 2-3 knots of wind.
The Pacific Seacraft 37 was designed by Bill Crealock, who is one of the few naval architects who can draw from the personal experience of 8 years of blue water cruising. His Pacific Seacraft 37 (aka Crealock 37) is legendary and was designed strictly for offshore cruising. She was recently inducted into the Cruising Yacht Hall of Fame. She is a beautiful sailing ship that has excellent performance on all points of sail, is superbly constructed and time tested.
- Here are the designer’s comments, “When setting out to design the Pacific Seacraft 37, I had the luxury of doing it for myself without obligation to builder or dealer. I did not have to pay homage to interiors festooned with bunks, or revered classic features, or long waterlines or short, or distorted ends.” –W.I.B. Crealock, Designer