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Journey

 

 

Price:
$149,000
Type:
Sail - Cutter
Year:
1998
Builder:
Pacific Seacraft
Model:
Crealock 37
Designer:
W.I.B. Crealock
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Hull Material:
Fiberglass
Displacement:
16,000 lbs
Bridge Clrnc:
47' 9"
Draft:
4' 11"
Ballast:
6,400 lbs
Engine:
Yanmar
LOA:
37'
Fuel:
40 gal
Model:
4JH2E
LWL:
27' 9"
Water:
85 gal
Horsepower:
50 hp
Beam:
10' 10"
Holding:
20 gal
Hours:
3,800

 

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Journey is a 1998 Pacific Seacraft Crealock 37 outfitted by Carolina Wind for a circumnavigation in 2005. In 2013 she returned safely after a multi-year trip around the globe. Her current owner is offering Journey for sale so that someone else looking for a seakindly, graceful, balanced, well-equipped global voyager will sail her to new adventures. Journey was equipped with redundant systems and electronics for self reliance and independence. Take a look at the extensive list of equipment and features and you’ll be impressed with the thought that went into each featured item.

A few highlights of this boat, in no particular order, are presented below:

*Monitor wind vane steering
*Dual color radar/chartplotters
*Redundant GPS receivers
*Laptop computer interfaced with Pactor modem and SailMail email
*Wind and tow electric generators
*200 gallon/day, 8 gallon/hour HRO Systems Safari watermaker
*24-mile radar
*Single-sideband radio
*Liferaft
*Below-decks linear drive autopilot
*Dual alternators capable of producing 290 amps output
*Almost 230 paper charts and digital charts
*Quicksilver inflatable dinghy
*Yanmar 4JH2E diesel engine
*Nissan 9.9 HP outboard
*Mast-mounted carbon-fiber spinnaker pole
*And much, much, more!

Accommodations:

Berths for six are provided in the V-berth (2), port settee (1), starboard settee (2), and aft quarter berth (1). The cabins are finished with green fabric cushions and varnished teak joiner work. Down the companionway, the chart table/nav station is located conveniently to port with the galley just opposite. Aft to port is the quarterberth. A double drop leaf dining table is easily available for use.  The starboard settee converts to a double berth, while the port settee has a custom teak leeboard to make it a perfect sea berth. Forward of the main cabin you will find the master stateroom with head and shower located just aft to starboard.

Headroom: 6’ 4"

Galley

The galley is equipped with a top-loading insulated icebox which has Adler Barbour refrigeration. The Force 10 stainless steel propane stove has 3 burners and an oven and is gimbaled for duty under sail. Two aluminum 20lb tanks are conveniently located in the stern lazarette. Completing the galley setup is a double stainless steel sink, freshwater and seawater footpumps, hot and cold pressure water, and plenty of storage in cabinets both above and below the work surfaces.

HRO Seafari 200DC Modular Desalinator watermaker

Head

A reliable marine head 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 molded vanity and sink provide easy to clean surfaces. A 20-gallon holding tank may be emptied via a dockside pump out or discharged via a Y-valve, manual pump, and thru hull.

Electrical

Journey has both 110V AC and 12V DC services. The 110-volt AC shore power provides dockside service for hot water, battery charging system, and multiple outlets in the galley, head, and each cabin. The 12-volt DC system has 2 4D AGM batteries connected by selector switches in the nav station for isolating batteries or combining them. Both the 110V and 12V service panels are equipped with breaker switches above the nav station. Engine has a high-output Balmar alternator for rapid charging and designated Group 31 starting battery.

International charging capability
Xantrex Digital Echo-charger
Balmar 180amp High-output alternator
Solar panels
Heart Link 2000 Battery System Manager
Heart Interface 10 Inverter/Charger
Ampair Pacific 100 wind generator w/Ampair S-M3B regulator

Electronics

Journey is equipped with B&G depth, speed, and wind meters, B&G Network repeater, and B&G hydraulic below-decks autopilot. The compass at the wheel is a Ritchie Globemaster.

Icom M802 SSB w/tuner
Icom AT-140 automatic backstay antenna tuner
Raymarine RL70C Plus Color Radar/Chartplotter
Raymarine 2D closed array 24-mile radar scanner
Garmin GPSMap76 backup handheld GPS
Raymarine Raystar 120 GPS
Raymarine AIS
Garmin 130 GPS
Autopilot controllable by GPS or Chartplotter
Icom M502 VHF-FM w/remote mic
Kenwood KRC 402 stereo receiver
Kenwood KDC 710 CD changer
Bose 151 speakers in salon
All-weather speakers in cockpit

Sails and Rigging

The full-batten mainsail has jiffy reefing, with all lines and sail controls led to and handled from the cockpit. Large self-tailing primary winches, cabintop traveler, and boom vang make sail adjustments easy. Sail inventory is Ullman 130% RF genoa, 1.5oz Ullman cruising spinnaker, and Ullman full-battened mainsail w/three reef points. Sails are 10 years old. The mainsail is equipped with the Harken Batt track and car system for effortless hoisting and reefing.

Forespar carbon-fiber spinnaker pole
Forespar Yacht Rod hard vang
Harken MkII Unit 1 furlers on genoa and staysail
Spare genoa halyard
Monitor windvane steering with spares

Safety Equipment and Accessories

Journey is a very capable and accommodating sailboat. Her “miscellaneous” list includes all the required Coast Guard safety equipment, side-mounted SS swim ladder, pedestal mounted Ritchie compass, Sunbrella dodger/bimini/connector, binnacle and mainsail covers, weather cloths, 12-volt cabin fans, manual bilge pump in the cockpit, pedestal mounted folding teak cockpit table, 2 cockpit coaming compartments, and a 12-volt search light.

Three-blade bronze MaxProp 18” feathering propeller
Winslow offshore liferaft
Preventer/boom brake
Jacklines
Custom teak leeboard for main cabin
Liferaft watermaker
Lightning ground
Masthead Tricolor
Radar reflector
ACR Globalfix 406 EPIRB w/internal GPS
25mm SOLAS signal and flare kit
Automatic fire extinguisher
Lifesling MOB Module
Outboard bracket on stern rail
Propane gas grill, stern rail mounted
MOB Pole
Limit of Positive Stability is 140 degrees
Emergency Tiller
Bronze self-tailing winches
Paratech sea anchor w/600’ rode
Mast stairs (folding)
Nissan 9.9 HP outboard
CQR Anchor w/220’ chain
Delta Anchor w/20’ chain and 200’ rode
Fortress Anchor w/20’ chain and 150’ rode
Simpson-Lawrence SeaTiger manual windlass
PSS dripless shaft seal
Freshwater cockpit shower
Jabsco fresh or saltwater washdown pump
Closed cell cockpit cushions

 

 

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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.