Carolina Wind Yachting Center






Sail - Sloop
Pacific Seacraft
Crealock 37
W.I.B. Crealock
Sailboat Photo
Hull Material:
16,000 lbs
Mast Height:
47' 9"
5' 10"
6,200 lbs
Bridge Clrnc:
50' 9"
39' 2"
31 gal
Yanmar (1,955 hrs)
27' 9"
85 gal
10' 10"
35 gal
44 hp


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Pacific Seacraft built this Crealock 37 in the California factory in 1990 prior to the company’s relocation to Washington, NC in 2007. An extensive factory refit was completed by Pacific Seacraft in Washington, NC in 2013. Special equipment and refit additions and upgrades for this world cruiser for 2013 include LeFiel mast refinished, new pedestal steering with direct drive, new heavy-duty 1.25” stern rails and bow pulpit, new mast pulpits, new UltraLeather cushions, and more. The interior is beautifully finished in teak and complemented with new light Corian counter tops and a new upholstered headliner. You must inspect this newly refit Crealock 37 to see first-hand just how extraordinary she is. Read the descriptions below to see just how much refit and restoration has been completed. Challenger is your opportunity to own a Pacific Seacraft Crealock 37 that's like new in almost every way for a fraction of the cost.


Berths for six are provided in the V-berth (2), port and starboard settees (3), and aft quarter berth (1).  Down the companionway, the sit-down chart table is located conveniently to port with the galley opposite. Aft to port is the quarterberth. Traditional port and starboard settees are upholstered with new light-colored UltraLeather and a dining table folds up and out from the galley bulkhead. The head is to starboard, forward of the main cabin, and includes a shower.

Hull, Deck, and Cabin:

New chainplates
New Bomar hatches with new OceanAir screens and shades
New bronze ball valves where needed
New 1.25” extended stern rail and bow pulpit
New SS lifelines
New anchor platform
New teak handrails
New mast pulpits
New fiberglass hard dodger with integral bi-color LED lighting and SS grabrail
New hull boot and sheer striping – Alexseal Vivid Red
Hull and deck gelcoat restored and refinished
Relocation of deck wash to the bow bulwark
New interior fabric hull liner
New upholstered headliner
New UltraLeather cushions - #4469 Aloe (cream)
New varnish on exterior and interior teak
Cleaned and gelcoated bilge and all lockers
Repaired and revarnished teak companionway Hatch
New lightning ground plate
New Edson pedestal steering with SS guard and single lever engine control
New epoxy primer and bottom paint
Cleaned and inspected keel bolts


The galley is equipped with a top-loading Adler Barbour refrigerator with freezer, a Force 10 gimbaled propane 3-burner stove and oven, and abundant storage. Completing the galley setup are new double stainless steel sinks, hot and cold pressure water, new Seagull water purifier, new sink faucet, and plenty of storage in cabinets both above and below the work surface.
New Corian counter tops
New SS sinks
New galley faucet
New Plexiglas shelving for refrigerator/freezer
New Seagull water purifier
New complete propane system, panel, hoses, fittings, regulator, and solenoid

Head and Plumbing

A reliable manual Groco marine head (rebuilt 2013) is provided along with hot and cold pressure water. Hot water is supplied electrically by a hot water heater when dockside and via a heat exchanger from the engine when underway. A 12-volt shower sump pump will discharge shower water, helping to keep the bilge clean and odor free. A new Corian counter top with new SS sink provide easy to clean surfaces. A 35-gallon holding tank may be emptied via a dockside pump out or discharged via an electric macerator pump and thru hull.
New sanitation hoses
New SS sink and shower faucet
New freshwater plumbing hoses
New water tank covers (tanks cleaned and water tested)
New holding tank monitor
New electric water heater
New watermaker (uninstalled and in the box)
New Corian counter top
Hot and cold fresh water cockpit shower


The Pacific Seacraft Crealock 37, Challenger, has both 110V AC and 12V DC services. The 110-volt AC shore power provides dockside service for hot water, the battery charging system, reverse cycle heat and air conditioning, multiple outlets in the galley, head, and each cabin. The Yanmar diesel has an upgraded high-output 100-amp Balmar alternator for charging the 12-volt batteries. Both the 110V and 12V service panels are equipped with breaker switches above the nav station. A Xantrex Trucharge 40-watt battery charger is aboard. Challenger has a MarineAir reverse-cycle heat and air conditioning system. She also has a deck washdown at the bow and H/C shower in the cockpit.


Challenger’s electronics were dated and discarded. Contact Carolina Wind Yachting Center for a complete packaged price on new electronics, including the equipment of your choice and installation.

Sails and Rigging

Mast, boom, and whisker pole repainted with Awlgrip. Two Lewmar 46ST self-tailing, two-speed primary winches, Lewmar 40 mainsheet and halyard winch, cabintop traveler, and two cabintop two-speed Lewmar 16 halyard winches make sail adjustments easy.
Harken roller furling
Mast mounted adjustable whisker pole (repainted 2013)
New painted mast, boom, and whisker pole
Mainsail, 110 and 150 genoas, cruising spinnaker with sock


Yanmar 4JH2E 44hp diesel - 1,955 engine hours
Three-blade bronze propeller
New exhaust hose
New engine compartment sound-down insulation
New electric fuel guage
Fuel tank pulled and inspected
New engine shaft and coupling
Balmar 100-amp high-output alternator

Safety Equipment and Accessories

Challenger is a very capable and accommodating sailboat. She’ll take you places over the horizon quickly and safely. Her miscellaneous list includes Muir electric windlass, SS swim ladder on the transom, new OceanAir hatch screens and shades, new Whale manual bilge pump, and an electric bilge pump with float switch. There are four cockpit lockers provided for ideal stowage of liferafts, bicycles, propane tanks, diving gear, etc.  



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Details on the above vessels are believed to be true and reliable, but cannot be guaranteed.

Offer subject to change, sale, or withdrawal without prior notice.