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Every once in a great while a rare boat comes on the market that stands head and shoulders above all the rest. Serenade is such a vessel.
Equipped for World Cruising or Living Aboard at Dockside.
This magnificent boat can do either.
Wind Vane, Electric Generator, Wind Generator, Air Conditioning and Loaded with the Latest Electronics Including Satellite TV!
"Serenade" is a one owner boat that was continually lavished by her knowledeable owner. The extensive list of equipment must been seen to be believed and she is set up to be single handed. The Satellite TV system will be the envey of any world cruiser. The owner lived aboard the last 14 years and Serenade has many features to make dockside living comfortatble such as air conditioning.
In the 36 years since the Pacific Seacraft Crealock 37 was first introduced, it has proven itself countless times, in all corners of the world, to be the true world voyager that it is. The Crealock 37' was inducted into the Sailing Hall of Fame in 2002. She's been the benchmark for world cruisers for over three decades and rightfully so. Its excellent performance and balance is well established and provides fast passage and comfort at sea. This voyager shocks even the most experienced sailors in lighter air. While everyone expects a passage maker to perform well in 30 knots of breeze, most are genuinely surprised to see this lively lady tack gracefully in 2-3 knots of true wind.
Famed author Ferenc Mate devoted an entire chapter in his book "The World's Best Sailboats", to Pacific Seacraft and stated "All the Crealock creations are aesthetically sophisticated, ideally proportioned and some of the best handling, most sea kindly boats in the world".
- Designer's Comments
- Here are the deisgner's comments; "One must bear in mind the main purpose of a design. The 37 was, throughout,aimed at those people who, while wanting a pleasant boat to sail locally, just might want one day a boat able to take them in safety to any part of the world; and this with as much speed and comfort as possible without detracting from seaworthiness. I consider crew fatigue to be a major enemy of seaworthiness, and this meant an easy motion, dryness, strength, windward ability, a comfortable deep cockpit, a safe interior and, above all, ease of handling and balance with or without steering aids. With a small crew, possibly no longer athletically endowed, these are what make for fast passages. The principal dimensions, amount of overhang, underwater shape were all chosen for that main purpose, hopefully including a touch of elegance. There are negatives. Interior volume tends to be judged relative to overall length making the hull with longer overhangs seem smaller. Similarly, the ratio of beam to overall length appears less, whereas the more important ratio of beam to waterline length may be normal. The displacement/length ratio will also seem larger with the longer overhangs. Beware the numbers game, its too easy to fake. Finally, with shameless conceit, a great deal of thought went into the underwater afterbody in a effort to produce a boat which would take care of its crew under the most severe conditions. Perhaps it worked; we had reports from two 37 owners caught out under just such conditions, in each case running for their lives under bare poles before heavy wind and seas hitting the peg at 12 knots when surfing. Both made the same remark,' steering was so easy it would have been more fun with a tiller.'" Bill Crealock
- When entering the interior of a Pacific Seacraft, it becomes readily apparent that this is a vessel created for distant horizons. The warm and inviting interior is lavished with fine teak joinery and the abundant hand holds give an immediate feeling of safety and comfort. The nav station with a dedicated bench is located to port with a quarter berth aft. The nav desk can be converted to a stand up station by means of a clever leveling device. An large array of electronics are part of the forward facing nav station To starboard is a complete U-shaped galley. Forward of the galley is an L-shaped settee with another sette to port. Moving forward, the head is to starboard, opposite a large double door hanging locker. Included are a pullout hand held shower, a large mirror and a seat, which can be placed over the head for cruising comfort.
- Raymarine ST6002 Autopilot Raymarine E120 Chartplotter at Nav Station Raymarine E80 Chartplotter at Helm Raymarine ST60 Wind Speed at Helm Raymarine ST60 Wind Direction at Helm Raymarine ST60 Depthsounder at Helm Raymarine ST60 Knotmeter/Log at Helm Raymarine ST70 Multifunction Display (1) at Helm Raymarine ST70 Multifunction Display (2) at Helm Raymarine 218 VHF at Helm ICOM IC-M802 Single Side Band at Nav Raymarine VHF at Nav Raymarine ST6002 Autopilot at Nav Maretron DSM250 Multifunction Color Display Northstar 941X GPS at Nav Raymarine ST70 Multifunction Display at Nav Raymarine Radar Intellian Satellite TV System XM Weather AIS Transciever Direct TV Receiver Bose Sound System
- Sailing Equipment
- Cutter Rig Lazy Jacks Harking Roller Furling Jib Harking Roller Furling Staysail All lines lead into the cockpit Nielpryde 180% Radial Spanker Spinnaker Pole Quick Vang Mast Mate Mast Climber Quick Vang
- Mechanical and Electric
- Yanmar 4JH 44 Horsepower Diesel Engine (1079 Hours) Entec Diesel Generator EW-4200-D (465 Hours) Airie Wind Generator with upgrades blades E Marine Controller System Xantrex Inverter Charger Pro Sine 2.0 Galvonic Isolator Tank Tender Monitor System Fuel Polishing System
- Stainless Steel Custom Aft Deck Arch Stainless Steel Custom Boarding Ladder Monitor Stainless Steel Wind Vane Steering System Radar Post with Crane Arm and leveling system Custom Gimballed Helm Chair in Cockpit Simpson Lawrence Manual Anchor Windlass Dodger and Bimini by Lippincott Canvas Cockpit Cushions Cockpit Table Life Sling Man Overboard System Mast Pulpits Port and Starboard Tinka rowing Dinghy Honda 4 Stroke Outboard Engine Clothes Ringer
- The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
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