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31 Pacific Seacraft Cutter

  • Mavournin
  • Year: 2003
  • Current Price: US $129,900.00
  • Located in St Petersburg, FL
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
  • EXTREMELY WELL-MAINTAINED, HIGH QUALITY, BLUEWATER CAPABLE BOAT
    ENGINE JUST REPLACED, 7.3 HRS, YANMAR DIESEL
    TRANSFERABLE SLIP IN ST PETE MUNICIPAL MARINA
    ONE OWNER BOAT
    The Pacific Seacraft 31 is a cruising design from the board of renowned naval architect W. I. B. Crealock. She was born of the same wisdom that conceived the immensely successful Crealock 37 and 34.

    The 31's hull configuration, rig and underbody are very similar to her two forebears, yet she boasts a proportionately broader beam and longer waterline. The result is outstanding speed, comfortable motion, and superb ease of handling. The Pacific Seacraft 31 is designed and built to cross any ocean in comfort and confidence.

    An impressive bluewater cruiser, she embodies all the Pacific Seacraft trademarks of high quality and fine detail: solid bronze seacocks and portholes, massive anchoring systems, impeccable joiner work,superb engine access and much more. A shoal-draft Scheel keel allows sailing in shallow waters without sacrificing deep draft performance.

    The interior of the Pacific Seacraft 31 is fresh, contemporary and versatile. It provides for amazing openness, with lowered bulkheads and ten stainless steel opening ports, phenomenal stowage areas, and even an extra-wide bridgedeck that makes it easy to enter the cabin.
    Hand laminated hull and deck.First hull laminage uses vinylester resin for superior blister resistance. Standard molded-in gel coat color is Antique White. Contrasting boot and sheer stripes.
    Stainless steel chainplates and backing plates are caulked and thru-bolted to the hull. Solid teak rubstrake on hull.
    Rudder supported by high-strength manganese bronze gudgeon.
    Ballast is 4,400 pound (2.0 mt) solid lead casting with stainless steel keel bolts.
    Keel to hull joint bedded in epoxy.
    Interior is structural fiberglass, plywood and gel coat interior module bonded into hull with fiberglass mat and woven roving.
    Primary bulkheads bonded into hull and deck w-fiberglass then bolted in place. Underside of deck, lockers and engine bilge are gel coated to prevent mildew and to facilitate cleaning.
    Deck to hull connection: Mating hull & deck flanges bedded in polyurethane adhesive and fastened with stainless steel thru-bolts.
    Deck has molded-in nonskid pattern.

    Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
    Builder/Designer
    Builder: Pacific Seacraft
    Dimensions
    LOA: 31 LWL: 31'10" Beam: 9'10"
    Displacement: 11000 Draft: 4
    Bridge Clearance: 42'6"
    Ballast: 4400
    Engines
    Engine(S): Yanmar Engine(S) HP: 29 Engine Model: 3YM30F
    Hours: 10 Cruising Speed: Max Speed:
    Tankage
    Fuel: 18 Water: 65 Holding:

    Accommodations
    Down below the boat has a very open feel which is usually the domain of much larger vessels. The v-berth is 6'6" in length with plenty of storage alongside the hull, as well as above and below the berths. A sliding curtain separates the v-berth from the main salon. In the salon are twin settees either side of the table which seats six comfortably and attaches to the compression post. The table can be stowed away completely beneath the v-berth.

    Further aft on port is the galley with its gimbaled, two-burner stove/oven and double sinks. Opposite on starboard is the 12-volt Sea Frost refrigerator and a standup nav-station. There is also a seagoing double berth with sliding curtain on the port quarter which can be accessed behind the galley.

    The engine is located below the companionway stairs, which form an engine cover. There is excellent access from all sides to the engine, and the shaft seal(stuffing box) is closed and very easy to reach.
    6'2" headroom with teak and holly sole throughout cabin area, all hatches and hatch openings in sole banded in solid teak.
    White matte finish below counter height, teak cabinetry above.
    Spun polyester wrapped foam cushions.
    Zippered vinyl headliner for access to deck hardware and wiring.
    Forward - 6'6" long and 78" wide double v-berth with shelves on both sides and a privacy curtain. Three teak drawers under v-berth.
    Slide out dining table stores beneath v-berth.
    Main salon - teak storage shelf with removable fiddle-both sides. 6'10" settee berths, port and starboard with storage lockers below and behind.
    Teak nav table with 12-volt Sea Frost refrigerator under lift top. Tilt out chart storage locker.
    Enclosed head with drawers, storage lockers and separate wet hanging locker. 6'6" long and 72" wide double berth to port.
    Raritan PHII head system upgraded 2017, never used for waste water, sea water only for installation testing, holding tank, y-valve, macerator
    Hanging locker to starboard - two teak loop ceiling handrails.
    12v cabin fans

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    Galley & Plumbing
    Gimbaled Force 10 propane stove and oven.
    Stainless steel safety bar/towel rack.
    Large refrigerator with poured foam insulation, hinged lid and electric ice box pump with overboard discharge.
    Polished stainless steel double sink with electric pump pressure fresh water & foot operated manual pump
    Food and dish storage lockers and drawers.

    Electronics
    Chart Plotter GPS B & G Zeus3 9" diagonal, at helm and nav station,April 2018
    Mast wired for latest model B & G Zeus wind sensor
    B & G speed/depth/wind
    B & G radar 4G, April 2018
    B & G Network pilot auto pilot (remote control available to install)
    Integral backstay SSB antenna
    ICOM IC-M802 SSB with ptt mike/controller
    ICOM AT 140 Automax, SSB antenna tuner
    SCS PTC-II pro SSB modem for computer interface
    VHF - Marine IC-M602 w/ram mic

    Electrical
    AC/DC master power control panel with polarity test circuit, five AC circuit breakers, DC ammeter, battery condition monitor and 19 DC circuit breakers
    Panel is hinged for easy access to electrical connections
    Tinned copper wiring throughout
    110 volt shore power system
    Shore power distributed to house bank/starter via Blue Seas combiner
    Four dome lights
    Six reading lights
    Six 110v AC duplex receptacles with GFI protection
    RG-8U coaxial VHF antenna cable let from masthead to nav table
    Galvanic isolator, 2016

    Sails & Sail Handling
    Fully battened main with two single-line reefs brought back to cockpit
    Adjustable mainsail jack lines on boom
    120% jib on roller furler
    Detachable/stowable staysail stay
    Asymmetrical spinnaker w/snuffer chute
    Aluminum spars w/two-part linear polyurethane paint
    External halyards, airfoil spreaders
    Combination bow - foredeck light on mast
    Tri-color and anchorlight on masthead
    Internal conduit w/VHF coax cable and wires
    Internal 2:1 outhaul, adjustable boom topping lift and cunningham
    4:1 block and tackle boom vang
    Dutchman boom brake
    1 x 19 SS standing rigging
    Braided dacron running rigging
    Forged bronze open body turnbuckles
    Shoal draft Scheel keel, 4' draft

    Hull & Deck
    7' long seats with contoured seat backs and seat drains
    Closed cell cockpit cushions
    Dodger,bimini and connecting piece with Lexan windows and covers
    Pedestal cover
    Both coamings have built-in winch handle holders
    Three cockpit seat lockers for ample storage
    Vented propane storage in starboard coaming locker
    Two 2.4gallon - 10# propane tanks
    Two safety harness padeyes
    Contoured helmsman's seat
    Pedestal wheel steering with brake and offset SS pedestal guard, engine throttle controls and emergency tiller
    Two 1 1/2" drains in cockpit sole to seacocks for fast self-bailing
    Steering wind vane, Monitor #75241008
    Lifesling overboard rescue system
    Deck water washdown pump,June 2019
    All cleats, winches, turning blocks, pulpits and stanchions have backing plates. Backing plates & hardware caulked w/polyurethane
    30" high SS double rail bow and stern pulpits with running lights and double lifeline stanchions, gates port & starboard
    SS bow platform w/two anchor rollers, quick release locking pins and bobstay
    Anchor storage bracket on stern pulpit
    Divided bow chain locker for 2 anchor rodes
    Muir windlass
    Deep bulwarks w/heavy teak cap rail, hand fitted with butterfly joints
    Chrome plated bronze deck hardware
    Two Lewmar #44 CST two speed self-tailing genoa sheet winches
    Two Lewmar #16 CST self-tailing jib and main halyard winches
    Six 7" x 12" opening ports w/screens
    Four 4" x 7 opening ports w/screens
    Two 12" bow mooring cleats with 3" hawse pipes
    Two 10" open spring cleats amidships
    Two 10" open stern mooring cleats
    Two anchor-rode deck pipes on foredeck, and one aft
    SS "Hinkley" loop handrails
    Bomar large 2-way opening hatch
    Designated cleats for each winch
    Fiberglass seahood, teak companionway sliding hatch and drop-in boards
    Teak-framed companionway double-door with screens and smoked plexiglass
    Ball bearing mainsheet traveler mounted on bridge deck in cockpit
    Outboard genoa track w/cars
    SS boarding gates, port and starboard
    Stern chain locker to port w/deck pipe and anchor roller
    Anchors: 35# CQR, 23# Bruce, 11#Fortress
    Anchor chain: 100' 5/16" chain rode to CQR, 220' chain and 1/2" nylon on Bruce, 100' extra detachable 5/16" chain stored
    Dinghy engine mount on stern rail
    Dinghy davits at transom

    Engine & Mechanical
    Yanmar 3YM30F, three cylinder, 29hp diesel with fresh water cooling and 80 amp alternator
    Three-blade fixed Michigan prop
    Clear covered engine control panel in cockpit with tachometer,elapsed engine hours, and engine condition indicators.
    Elapsed-hour meter in cockpit reads 7.3 hrs on new engine; elapsed-hour meter at nav station has been disconnected but shows 535.8 hrs on original engine
    Mechanical fuel pump, electric back-up fuel pump
    Duel Racor fuel filters with water separator
    Seawater strainer bulkhead mounted and water lift muffler system
    PSS dripless shaft seal, 2019
    Removable 18.5 gal aluminum fuel tank w/gauge and cleaning port, desludged 2016

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    Disclaimer: 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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