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1994 Pacific Seacraft 34

Gloucester Point, Virginia

$125,000

** NEW TO THE MARKET - Add'l details and photos coming soon **

The famous, Crealock-designed, Pacific Seacraft 34 is widely regarded as the ultimate blue-water cruiser in her class.  With her factory varnish, many recent upgrades, and fastidious ongoing maintenance, FREEDOM certainly stands out as one of the most desirable PS-34s to be offered on the market in recent years.

Basic Boat Info

Boat Name: FREEDOM
Make: Pacific Seacraft
Model: 34
Year: 1994
Condition: Used
Category: Sail
Designer: W.I.B. Crealock
Construction: Fiberglass
Boat Hull ID: PCS34279L394
Has Hull ID: Yes
Keel Type: Fin Keel

Dimensions

Length: 34'1 ft
Length Overall: 34'1 ft
Waterline Length: 26'3 ft
Beam: 10 ft
Max Draft: 4'11 ft
Displacement: 13,500 lb
Bridge Clearance: 45 ft
Cabin Headroom: 6'3 ft
Ballast: 4,800 lb
Single Berths: 2
Double Berths: 2

Engines / Speed

Engines: 1
  • Make: Yanmar
  • Model: 3JH-2E
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 38hp
  • Type: Inboard
  • Propeller Type: 3 Blade, Bronze, Feathering

Tanks

Fuel Tanks: 1
Fuel Tank Capacity: 32 gal
Water Tanks: 1
Water Tank Capacity: 88 gal
Holding Tank Count: 1
Holding Tank Capacity: 16 gal

Other

Heads Count: 1
Boat Class: Cruisers, Cutter

Contact

Rod Rowan, CPYB
Crusader Yacht Sales

Office

Crusader Yacht Sales
7078 Bembe Beach Road
Annapolis, Maryland, US, 21403
Tel:703-593-7531


HIGHLIGHTS
  • Renown Crealock bluewater design
  • Rugged Pacific Seacraft construction
  • Cutter rig -w/ five sails
  • Awlcraft painted hull
  • Varnished teak joinery
  • Yanmar diesel -w/ feathering prop
  • Electric windlass
  • Extensive recent upgrading - including standing rigging; windvane; winter cover; Garmin plotter; feathering prop; AIS; solar; refrigeration more! (Additional details below)
RECENT REFIT AND UPGRADES - OVERVIEW

(Additional specs for many items appear in relevant sections below)

2020-21

  • Airmar knot/log, depth
  • 300W solar pane -w/controller,
  • 1000W inverter
  • Upgraded 12V system with new cabling and fusing
  • Galvanic isolator
  • Replaced water heater

2019

  • Replaced standing rigging, mast wiring, masthead nav light (LED), installed mast steps
  • Hull painted with AWLCRAFT 2000 Dark Blue 
  • Feathering 3-blade prop 
  • WindPilot windvane 
  • Stainless boarding ladder at lifeline gate 

2015-18

  • Custom full winter cover
  • Garmin 8” radar/plotter display 
  • RAM mic,for VHF; 12V outlets at helm; AIS added
  • Forespar whisker pole -w/ mast track
  • Isotherm water-cooled refrigeration

-- Scroil down for info on prior upgrades and refit items --

ACCOMMODATIONS

Throughout:  Factory-varnished teak joinery - with ample shelving and cabinetry; teak & holly sole; cabin fans, LED lighting;10 chromed bronze opening ports -w/ screens; two Bomar hatches with screens. 

  • Private stateroom, forward -w/ V-berth (6' 6" long x 7' wide; 2012 upholstery); shelves outboard with removable fiddles. Cabinet forward, with access to chain locker.
  • Enclosed head compartment to port -w/ Groco toilet, shower and grate, vanity/sink, cabinets, and mirror.  Two hanging lockers, opposite the head, with louvered doors and custom shelving.
  • Main cabin: port and starboard settees with supple "faux leather." ('11)  Shelves outboard with removable fiddles. (Port settee converts to a double berth. Starboard becomes single berth,)  Centerline dropleaf varnished teak dining table; LPG cabin heater
  • Galley, aft to port (see below)
  • Sit-down, forward-facing nav-station to starboard -w/ Pacific Seacraft signature 2-position desktop; custom instrument shelf 
  • Quarterberth, with updated upholstery, aft of the nav-station.
GALLEY
  • Force-10 two burner stove -w/ oven ('10)
  • Isotherm water-cooled refrigeration ('18)
  • Deep, double stainless steel sink -w/ hot and cold pressure water
  • Fresh water manual foot pump 
  • PS-34 signature fold-out dish storage
  • Ample cabinetry and counter space
SAILS and RIGGING

Cutter rig 

  • I=40’4”, P=34’5”, J=14’6”, E=14’; Air draft: 44’3”
  • Haarstick full-batten mainsail -w/ 3 reef points ('11)
  • Mack-Pack flaking system ('11)
  • Haarstick 120% furling genoa ('11)
  • Harken roller furling 
  • 132% furling genoa
  • Reefable staysail -w/ ready-bag
  • Staysail-stay -w/quick-release (for easy conversion to sloop configuration)
  • Asymmetrical cruising spinnaker -w/ ATN sleeve
  • Lefiell mast and boom (repainted '11)
  • Mast-steps - to spreaders
  • SS 1X19 1/4" standing rigging ('19)
  • Halyards and reef-lines lead aft to cockpit - with stoppers
  • Garhauer Rigid Vang ('11)
  • Forespar LC 12-22 whisker pole ('18)

Lewmar winchestwo #44 CST 2-speed, self-tailing primary; three #16 CST self-tailing halyard/reef --on coachroof; one #16 halyard winch on mast 

  • Mainsail: 7.1oz; 260 sf;  3 reefs: – 1st 211sf, 2nd 155sf, 3rd 80sf
  • 120% furling genoa: 6.3oz; 350 sf
  • Staysail (reefable): 7.1oz; 115 sf
ELECTRONICS
  • Garmin 840XS chartplotter/radar display - at helm ('15)
  • Garmin 4208 radar/chartplotter display - at nav-desk ('11)
  • Garmin HD Radar scanner-dome - on dedicated "mast" at stern ('11)
  • Autohelm ST-6000 autopilot display (belowdeck,drive - direct to rudder-post) 
  • Vesper XB-8000 AIS transceiver ('17)
  • Garmin GMI-10 Tridata (wind, knot/log) - in cockpit ('11)
  • Airmar DST-810 depth, knot/log, water-temp ('21)
  • Standard Horizon 2150 VHF transceiver -w/AIS ('11)
  • Standard Horizon RAM-3 remote mic -w/ cockpit connection ('11)
  • Factory-installed copper ground-plane (for future SSB antenna)
  • Clarion CMD6 AM/FM/CD w/ Remote & USB Connection ('11)
  • ORB Speakers -w/subwoofer ('11)

ELECTRICAL
  • AC/DC custom distribution/breaker panels -w/ voltmeter and ammeters
  • Northstar AGM 98AH Starting Battery ('18)
  • Two Gel-Tech 8G27M 86AH "house" batteries
  • 120A alternator
  • APC energy monitor, smart regulator
  • 300W solar panel; Victron MPPT controller ('20)
  • LED cabin lighting
  • LED navigation lights; tri-color masthead light, anchor light, and strobe
  • Automatic bilge pump

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  • 110V shorepower -w/ 50' 30A cord
  • MasterVolt 20Amp 3stage battery charger ('12)
  • Dynaplate lightning ground; masthead dissipator
ENGINE
  • Yanmar 3JH2-E, 35hp continuous rating
  • Featherstream 3-blade feathering prop ('19)
  • 1” x 36” SS shaft
  • Racor fuel filter
DECK/COCKPIT FEATURES and EQUIPMENT
  • Custom dodger ('11)
  • Bimini -w/ connector ('11)
  • Foredeck awning
  • Full winter cover ('15)
  • Varnished teak caprail
  • SS bow and stern pulpits; double lifelines -w/gates
  • SS 1.5" diam. mast pulpits ('12)
  • Vented LPG locker -w/ 20# tank - plus 17# composite tank
  • Edson outboard bracket 
  • Edson elkhide covered wheel
  • Pedestal -w/ 5" Ritchie compass and folding varnished-teak table
  • Cockpit shower
  • Detachable SS swim ladder - at gate
  • Manual bilge pump 
  • Sunbrella covers for teak handrails and Bomar hatches
  • Lifesling
  • USCG gear
  • Advanced first aid kit
  • Windscoop
  • Emergency tiller
  • Radar reflector
  • Teak ensign staff
GROUND TACKLE
  • Muir electric anchor windlass -w/ up/down foot-controls
  • SS dual anchor roller
  • Hawsepipes feed to divided chain/rode locker in forepeak
  • Manson Supreme anchor -w/ 5/16 HT chain AND nylon rode ('11)
  • Fortress FX-23 anchor -w/ 5/16 HT chain and nylon rode - mounted on stern -w/ dedicated roller, hawsepipe, rode-locker
  • Spare chain and rode - stowed in forepeak locker
HULL FEATURES
  • Signature Crealock double-ender design
  • Dark blue Awlcraft-2000 paint (3 coats primer, 3 coats blue, 3 coats clear) --'19
  • Moderate aspect fin keel
  • Full skeg-hung rudder
  • Factory installed teak rubrail
  • SS rubstrake - installed on teak rubrail ('12)
SOME NOTABLE UPGRADES and REFIT
  • Mainsail -w/ Mack-Pack flaking ('11); furling genoa ('11)
  • Garhauer rigid vang ('11)
  • Custom dodger, bimini, connector ('11)
  • Mast pulpits ('12)
  • Manson Supreme anchor ('11)
  • Garmin plotter/display -w/ radar-dome on custom "mast" ('11)
  • VHF -w/AIS ('13); remote command-mic for VHF - at helm ('11)
  • Clarion AM/FM/CD -w/ ORB speakers and sub-woofer ('11)
  • Engine cooling hoses (fresh and raw-water)
  • Head hoses replaced; toilet rebuilt
  • Diesel tank refurbished ('22)
STABILITY and PERFORMANCE STATS
  • Wetted surface area:  300 sf
  • Hull Speed:  6.9 knot (7.9 mph)
  • Displacement to Length of Water Line, D/LWL:  330
  • Ballast to Displacement, B/D:  36%
  • Sail Area to Displacement, SA/D:  20.4
  • Sail Area to Wetted Surface Area, SA/WSA:  2.4
  • Limit of Positive Stability, LPS:  144 degrees
  • Capsize Risk, CR:  1.7
  • Motion Comfort Ratio, MCR:  31
  • Angle of Vanishing Stability, AVS:  156 degrees
  • Roll Acceleration, RA:  .05
  • Roll Period, RP:  3.9
  • Pounds per Inch Immersion, P/I:  940
  • PHRF handicap:  195-204
MANUFACTURER'S COMMENTS

The Pacific Seacraft 34 offers fast performance under sail, seakindliness, ease of handling, comfort and timeless beauty. All the advantages of the Crealock-designed canoe stern with its ample overhang, well-proven in other Pacific Seacraft, are incorporated in the Pacific Seacraft 34. The Pacific Seacraft 34's moderate displacement contributes to both comfort and speed. She is light enough to make her swift, heavy enough to make her comfortable, and spacious enough to hold ample stores for a long passage. Belowdecks, she's light, airy and exceptionally commodious with 6-foot 3-inch headroom; a spacious, versatile salon; U-shaped gourmet galley; and bunk space for six. Her quality is evident in solid bronze fittings, teak joinery, a hand laid-up hull and molded fiberglass interior.

DISCLAMER

Potential purchasers should assume that any items on the vessel at the time of viewing, but not specifically listed on this specification sheet, are not included with the sale of the yacht. These specifications are believed to be correct but cannot be guaranteed. Specifications are provided for information purposes. Data was obtained from sources believed reliable but is not guaranteed by owner or brokers. Engine hours are approximate, may be reported verbally by the seller, and are recorded at the time and date of the original listing of this vessel. Owner's use during the time of this listing may affect the total engine hours upon a prospective buyer's inspection. Buyer assumes responsibility to verify all speeds, consumptions, capacities and other measurements contained herein and otherwise provided, and agrees to instruct his/her agents or his/her surveyor to confirm such details prior to purchase. This vessel is subject to sale, price and inventory changes or withdrawal from market without notice.


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