Carolina Wind Yachting Center



No Agenda



Sail - Cutter

Pacific Seacraft

Bill Crealock
Sailboat Photo
Hull Material:
27,500 lbs
Mast Height:
5’ 3”
10,500 lbs
Bridge Clrnc:
70 gal
Yanmar (3,400 hrs)
33’ 6”
110 gal
12’ 8”
18 gal
50 hp


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Superlatives just won’t describe the Pacific Seacraft 44, No Agenda. She just happens to be the most graceful, sea-kindly, accommodating, and gorgeous design of all the models offered by Pacific Seacraft and built from the lines of Bill Crealock. Sold and commissioned by Carolina Wind Yachting Center in 1995, No Agenda has carried her captain and crew safely, quickly, and comfortably to various cruising destinations since that time. She is currently in Maine and being maintained in top cruise-ready condition. 

The Pacific Seacraft 44 is designed and built with emphasis on cruising safety and comfort. No Agenda takes this to a new level with extensive custom features, making her a unique, one-of-a-kind bluewater boat for the serious cruiser. Ready to cross oceans with her Monitor windvane steering the course, and ready to plug into European shore power with an installed 6KW isolation transformer when you arrive. No Agenda has been configured to provide the highest level of creature comforts for a yacht her size with reverse-cycle air conditioning, diesel forced-air heating, 20 GPH water maker, washer/dryer combo, microwave/convection oven, new UltraLeather upholstered salon cushions, 32” HDTV with home theater sound system, two built-in PCs for navigation and e-mail through Wi-Fi or SSB Pactor III. This single-owner and exquisitely maintained yacht has to be seen to be appreciated.


Stepping below on No Agenda, one is immediately impressed by the beautiful and huge galley meant for serious meal preparation for a hungry crew. The galley is U-shaped so that it is safe and convenient. Opposite the galley is a navigation station designed for comfort, accessibility, and logical placement of electronics and systems monitoring. The main cabin is forward and features a dinette, entertainment center, multiple storage cabinets, and comfortable UltraLeather seating. Headroom is 6’5”.  The forward cabin has a separate ensuite head, cedar-lined hanging lockers, and large berth. Additional quarters are found aft, where there is a double cabin portside with a walkthrough to a head with separate shower compartment. This head is also convenient from the foot of the companionway and offers the perfect location for hanging wet foulies.


• Splendide combo washer & vented dryer
• 16KBTU Cruisair air conditioner w/3 separate air handlers
• ESPAR diesel forced air heating system


• Force 10 three burner gimbaled range w/oven
• Hot/Cold pressure water
• Raw & fresh water foot pumps
• Seafrost 110V holding plate system refrigerator/freezer (13cuft) w/custom Teak front access refrigerator door
• Sharp microwave/convection oven (2008)
• Corian counter tops
• Built-in teak knife holder
• 110 gallons fresh water in 3 tanks
• 20GPH water maker w/ touch screen controller & tank monitoring
• Electric/engine-coolant hot water heater
• 110 gallons fresh water in 3 tanks
• 20GPH water maker w/ touch screen controller & tank monitoring
• Electric/engine-coolant hot water heater


Groco heads are manual with teak seats and lids. Showers have an electric sump pump for discharging gray-water. Black-water pumps to holding tanks or overboard via a Y-valve. Holding tanks may be discharged via deckplate pumpout or macerator pumps to a thruhull.


• 8KW MAS POWER diesel generator (1,250 hours)
• Freedom 25 inverter/charger w/ Link 2000R controller/battery monitor
• Balmar 110 Amp alternator
• Dual 30 Amp shore power inlets for 110V domestic power
• 6KW isolation transformer for 230V European power
• Teak framed red/white LED/Florescent ceiling lighting throughout
• LED spot lights
• 12V fans (6)


• B&G networked Depth/Speed, Wind, Nav & Autopilot at helm, Data & GPS at nav-station
• Simrad RS8300 dual station VHF, handset at helm & nav station
• Raytheon R40XX radar
• ICOM M710 SSB radio
• ICOM AT130 tuner & insulated backstay antenna
• Pactor III modem for e-mail
• Two PCs with Windows XP running the CAPN navigation software, one PC is a Dell laptop with a docking station built into the top of the nav station chart table
• 15” Sony display at nav station
• 12” LED touch screen display at helm (Marine PC 2009)
• AIS receiver w/ data integrated into the computer display
• Wi-Fi power amplifier w/ rail mounted antenna
• 32” Sony Bravia HDTV
• Sony Blue-Ray player
• Alpine AM/FM radio /w CD player
• Alpine CD cassette changer
• Alpine digital audio processor (Dolby 5.1 decoding)
• 5-channel Alpine power amplifier driving 2 SOLID ROCK front speakers, 2 BOSE rear speakers and a 12” Sony sub-woofer
• Alpine 2-channel power amplifier driving 2 cockpit speakers
• Custom audio panel for control of audio system

Sails and Rigging

• Mast and boom anodized & powder coated (2009)
• Standing rigging replaced (2010)
• Fully battened mainsail (2010), headsail & staysail (new UV cover & restitched 2010)
• Storm trysail
• Mainsail cover (2010)
• Boom brake
• Monitor self steering wind vane (2009)

Hull and Deck

• Shoal-draft Scheel Design lead keel
• Navy Blue Hull with Red Bootstripes and White Sheer Stripes
• Dodger w/ stainless steel grab rail
• Bimini & connector w/ Strataglass widows (2011)
• Cockpit enclosure w/ 7 zippered sections individually rolled or removed (2011)
• Covers for helm pedestal, wheel & dorade boxes
• Muier vertical windlass w/dual chain gypsy & rope drum
• 44# Rocna primary anchor w/250' 3/8" chain
• 35# Delta secondary anchor w/50' 3/8" chain & 200' 5/8" nylon rode
• Salt water wash down at bow
• Fortress FX-23 stern anchor w/Quickline flat rope & reel (200’)
• SS Davit for hoisting dingy engine
• Teak outboard motor mount
• Cockpit shower w/hot & cold water
• Teak bi-fold cockpit table & teak cup holder
• 2" thick teak rubrail w/ SS chafe guard
• Teak companionway screens
• Teak forward hatch screen
• Custom wind scoop
• Two 25lb aluminum propane tanks 


• Yanmar 50 HP 4JH2E (3,400 hrs)
• 3-blade MAX prop (serviced 2009)
• Shaft mounted spur cutter

Safety Equipment and Accessories

• Ultra-leather salon cushions & nav chair (2011)
•Switlik 6-person liferaft (1997) in on-deck canister. Certified 2011.
• New varnish on all exterior teak
• 10’ AVON dingy (2009) w/6hp Mercury outboard (2009)
• 2-piece sun shade cover (mast forward/mast aft w/zipper connection)
• Cedar-lined aft hanging locker
• Most equipment manuals in electronic format
• Many spare parts
• Limit of Positive Stability 140 degrees


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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.