Pacific Seacraft 37
|Pacific Seacraft 37|
|Draft||4' 11" (shoal), 5' 10" (standard)|
|Hull weight||16,200 lb|
|Total sail area||619 ft2|
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.