Pacific Seacraft 37

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Pacific Seacraft 37
Current Specifications
Type Monohull yacht
Rig Bermudan cutter
Keel Fin
LOA 36' 11"
LWL 27' 9"
Beam 10' 10"
Draft 4' 11" (shoal), 5' 10" (standard)
Hull weight 16,200 lb
Total sail area 619 ft2
Development
Year 1980 -
Designer W.I.B. Crealock

The Pacific Seacraft 37 is a bluewater cruising yacht produced since 1980 by Pacific Seacraft of Washington, North Carolina. Although of GRP construction, the yacht is traditionally built with a cutter rig, skeg-hung rudder, canoe stern and semi-long keel. The yacht is a cruising design, with a high displacement and the characteristic 'canoe' stern of Bill Crealock.

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