** Name Reserved **40' Pacific Seacraft 1997

Washington, NC

$295,000

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  • Yacht Details 40' Pacific Seacraft 1997
  • Location Washington, NC
  • Engines Yanmar 4JH2E
  • Days on MarketInquire
  • Last UpdatedMay 26, 2021
  • Asking Price$295,000
  • Cruising Speed
  • Maximum Speed
  • Max Draft 5' 2''


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Denison Yachting is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Crusader Yacht Sales.

Denison Yacht Sales offers the details of this yacht in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of this boat for sale. A yacht buyer should instruct his yacht broker, or his boat surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This yacht for sale is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

Specifications

  • Beam: 12' 5''
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Max Draft: 5' 2''
  • Displacement: 24,000 lb
  • Fuel Tank: 2 x 100|gallon
  • Fresh Water: 1 x 150|gallon
  • Heads: 1

** Name Reserved ** Yacht Description

** JUST LISTED ** 

  • Model-Boat for Pacific Seacraft Brochure and Website Photos
  • Recent upgrades and refit performed by Pacific Seacraft personnel
  • Stored inside at the Pacific Seacraft factory (2011-16)
  • Many recent upgrades and refits items
  • Extensive recent maintenance
  • Cutter rig ** Ultraleather ** Recent B&G electronics ** Extensive sail inventory 
  • Much more (see Full Specs)

The PS-40 was the last - and is widely considered to be the ultimate - design among the many famous collaborations between designer, WIB Crealock, and Pacific Seacraft.   With the fastidious care and thoughtful upgrades from her owner, this 40 stands out among the many Pacific Seacrafts currently afloat.

Highlights


  • “Photo-boat” for Pacific Seacraft factory brochure and website
  • Extensive recent refitting at factory
  • Stored inside at the PS factory -  2011 to 2016
  • Launched and re-commissioned in 2016 (very light use since!)
  • Standing rigging replaced; mast awlgripped
  • Engine rebuilt
  • Updated sails and electronics
  • Ultraleather upholstery

Refit And Upgrades - At The Pacific Seacraft Factory


  • Mast stripped and repainted with Awlgrip.
  • Standing rigging replaced
  • Engine rebuilt
  • Additional 40 gal fuel tank added
  • Dual Racor fuel filter system installed
  • B&G electronics suite installed (GPS/plotter, autopilot)
  • Icom VHF -w/AIS added
  • Lifelines replaced
  • Delta anchor added; Anchor chain and rode replaced
  • Upgraded 12V battery bank (Lifeline AGM)
  • Five solar panels added
  • Wind generator added
  • LED lighting installed throughout
  • 120amp “smart”alternator/charger installed
  • Engine room fire suppression system
  • Head replaced

Accommodations


Throughout: Varnished teak joinery, Teak & holly sole, Alpenglow lighting/ LED, Ultraleather upholstery; Ample light and ventilation via 14 opening ports, 4 Bomar hatches, 2 dorade vents, Hella fans.

  • Owner's stateroom forward, w/ spacious V-berth, and generous storage in drawers, lockers and shelves; Cedar lined hanging locker.
  • Main saloon amidship features U-shape dinette (converts to double berth) to starboard w/ settee/berth opposite;  Varnished double dropleaf teak table. Port settee converts to single berth.  Custom/versatile lee-cloth system - for berths; Spacious nav-station to port in main saloon; U-shape galley (described below) is to starboard
  • Enclosed head - aft to port -w/ vanity/sink and wet locker; Jabsco lectric head; Separate stall shower
  • Private guest stateroom - aft to starboard, with double berth,-w/ cabinets, shelves and cedar-lined hanging locker.

Galley


  • Force-10 gimbaled 3 burner LPG stove -w/ oven and broiler
  • Seafrost 12V/110V water-cooled refrigeration ('11)
  • Double SS sinks -w/ manual freshwater and raw-water foot pumps ('17)
  • Spacious Corian counter tops - illuminated by three Alpenglow/LED lights
  • Ample storage - in varnished teak cabinets and drawers
  • Tilt-out trash bin

Sails And Rigging


  • Double-spreader cutter rig
  • Mast and boom awlgripped ('16)
  • Standing rigging replaced ('17)
  • Harken roller furling for genoa and staysail
  • Running rigging - updated as needed
  • Halyards and reef-lines lead to cockpit (singlehander's package)
  • Forespar telescoping whisker pole – stows on mast
  • Forespar solid boom vang
  • 9 Harken self-tailing 2-speed chromed bronze winches:2 #53 primary, #42 mainsheet, 3 #40 halyard and reef, #16 (single speed) furling. On mast: #40 and #32 halyard

Ullman Sails ('09) (used 3 seasons)

  • Full-batten mainsail w/2 reefs - and "stackpack"
  • 120% furling genoa
  • Furling staysail
  • Cruising spinnaker
  • Storm trysail

Additional (Doyle) sails:

  • 100% furling yankee ('08)
  • Mainsail,
  • Furling genoa
  • Furling staysail

I : 49.50 ft
J : 18.42 ft
P : 43.50 ft
E : 18.00 ft
Sail Area : 847.00 sq ft

Electronics


B&G Zeus electronics suite ('17):

  • Chartplotter
  • Radar
  • Autopilot
  • Knot/log, depth, windspeed

VHF and SSB:

  • Icom M502 VHF transceiver w/AIS ('19) - with dedicated antenna
  • Icom VHF transceiver in cockpit
  • Icom M702 SSB transceiver

Electrical


  • “House” 12V system: Four 4-D Lifeline AGM batteries
  • Engine-start battery.
  • Upgraded 120amp “smart” alternator/charger
  • LED lighting throughout
  • 5 Solar panels  - 3 on bimini; one each on dodger and arch "16)
  • Airex wind generator -w/controller ('16)
  • 110V shorepower -w/cord

Engine


  • Yanmar 4JH2E 4 cyl 54hp diesel
  •   Approx 300 hours since rebuild in 2016
  • Two fuel tanks; total capacity approx 110 gal

Mechanical And Plumbing


  • Jabsco 34600 electric bilge pump
  • Whaler manual bilge pump
  • Hot and cold pressure water
  • Manual freshwater footpump
  • Jabsco electric head -w/ fresh water flush ('19)
  • Two 10# LPG tanks
  • Plumbing in place for future watermaker

Deck Gear And Other Equipment


  • Custom stern arch (Nigel Calder design) - for antennas, solar panel, etc
  • Varnished teak bright work
  • Varnished teak dorade boxes -w/ chromed cowls
  • Dodger (canvas replaced '17)
  • Bimini (canvas replaced '17)
  • Cockpit cushions
  • Sunbrella covers for : pedestal, dorade boxes, handrails, teak on bow platform
  • 1x19 ¼” SS lifelines -w/gates
  • PS signature 30” lifeline stanchions
  • Bow and stern pulpits
  • 1.5" SS mast pulpits

Ground Tackle


  • Delta anchor -w/ 100’ chain plus 200’ nylon rode  
  • 45# CQR anchor - w/ 100’ chain plus 200’ nylon rode
  • Fortress stern anchor (stowed on arch)
  • Lighthouse windlass 
  • Raw water anchor/deck washdown
  • Dual anchor rollers on signature Pacific Seacraft teak and SS bow platform
  • Hause pipe
  • Divided chain locker
  • PS signature stern anchor roller; hause pipe to aft chain locker

Other Equipment


  •  Docklines ('19)
  • Fenders ('19)
  • USCG gear
  • Signal strobe
  • Liferaft (not recently certified)
  • Lifesling
  • Sea Anchor

Recent Maintenance And Refit - 2016 And Later


  • Thru-hulls serviced
  • Complete steering overhaul
  • Bimini and dodger canvas replaced
  • Stainless mixing elbow installed
  • Most hoses replaced.
  • Galley fresh water replaced
  • Replacement water heater installed
  • Refrigeration water pump replaced
  • LPG tanks recertified ('19)
  • Windlass serviced ('19)
  • Docklines and fenders upgraded ('19)
  • Outboard motor serviced ('19)
  • Deck/ anchor washdown pump replaced ('19)

Manufacturer's Comments


The Pacific Seacraft 40 maintains the form, function, and esthetic that has produced safe and attractive Pacific Seacraft sailboats since 1976. The hull shape has a moderate freeboard and graceful overhangs fore and aft. While the waterline and beam are proportionally larger than previous Pacific Seacraft - Crealock collaborations (translating into greater interior volume), the hull retains the sensible dimensions and proportions essential to upwind performance, directional stability, and the hydrostatics which effect ultimate stability.

The keel is a long fin of external lead ballast bolted on and bedded in epoxy. This joint is extremely strong and resistant to impact with underwater objects. The difference between the shoal-draft and standard keels has been increased to take greater advantage of the respective characteristics of each. The combination of the keel plan, skeg-mounted rudder, deep hull sections below the waterline forward, and a carefully positioned rig plan all contribute to exceptional directional stability and handling.

The interior maintains the function and form that feels comfortable and works. Passage through the cabin is straight and unimpeded. Visual space opens from the galley forward. An aft head is located for easy access from the companion way. The galley is configured to provide hands-free support on either tack.

On deck, a spacious foredeck with centerline king plank for footing features an extended bow platform and windlass boss. The headsail and staysail are equipped with roller furling. The double-spreader keel-stepped mast includes two self-tailing winches for halyards. The solid boom vang is self-cleating. All sail controls, including the main halyard and two sets of reef lines, are led aft to the cockpit through deck sheave organizers and rope clutches to self-tailing winches There is a special molded-in shearwater designed for dodger attachment. The mainsheet system includes a traveler forward of the companionway and a dedicated self-tailing winch. The primary winches for the headsail can be reached from the helm. The deck quickly sheds water through bulwark hawse pipes and through deck drains that exit at the waterline.

The cockpit is self-bailing and includes safety harness padeyes. Pedestal steering with single-lever control and pod-mounted instruments provide fingertip control. Extensive mooring cleats simplify docking. The Pacific Seacraft 40's deck and cockpit take into account the importance of safety when anchoring, docking, maneuvering, and sailing.




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