1994 Pacific Seacraft Crealock 37

  • 37 ft
  • Cutter
  • Islesboro, ME, US

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Elation is being offered for sale by her second owner who has enjoyed her since purchasing in 2012..  The original owner outfitted her for a trans Atlantic crossing, but was only able to use her locally in Maine.  She is well outfitted, and has enjoyed indoor winter storage since new.

The following is taken from Practical Sailor's concluding analysis of the Crealock 37.

"For an off-the-shelf serious cruiser for two people or a small family, you couldn't do much better than this boat. The hull shape and design are pretty ideal, and the looks are classic without being dated or cute.

The Crealock 37 has held its value extremely well in a time when most boats are depreciating rapidly in a glutted market."


Owner's comment:

"Beautiful, seaworthy, comfortable double-ender, designed for circumnavigation"




Basic Information

Pacific Seacraft
Crealock 37
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Islesboro, ME, US
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37 ft - 11.28 meter
36 ft 11 in - 11.25 meter
10 ft 10 in - 3.3 meter
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5 ft 6 in - 1.68 meter
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50 hp Yanmar 4JHZE. 4 cylinder, 1994, diesel. Fresh water cooled. Edson engine controls. Engine hour meter shows 1099 hours October 2020.. Engine is reportedly in good condition. 15", 3 (folding) blade propeller with 1" diameter stainless steel shaft.

New engine mounts 2019.


Solid fiberglass hull with cored fiberglass deck and bare teak trim. Painted fiberglass cockpit. Edson wheel  steering. ELATION has a white hull, blue boot top and red bottom.  Modified fin keel with skeg hung rudder and protected propeller in aperture. 


40 gallon fuell tank new approximately 2011

95 gallons water in fiberglass tanks

16 gallon holding tank


12 volt dc and 110 volt ac electrical system

Four 12 volt batteries; circuit breaker panel; 30 amp shore power hook up 

⁃ iCom IC-M802 SSB radio

⁃ 2017 B&G VHF with AIS, wireless handset at helm

⁃ Autohelm ST-7000 with controls near helm and handheld wired remote

⁃ Raymarine Pathfinder chart plotter with GPS and radar at helm with repeater at nav table

- all nav instruments at helm are repeated at nav table

- Ritchie compass on Edson helm

⁃ Freedom inverter

⁃ radar reflector fixed to mast

⁃ 3 - 125Ah Lifeline house batteries, 1 - 125 A Lifeline starting battery, all good condition

⁃ Balmar Smartguage battery monitor

⁃ SCAD fresh water, holding, fuel tank monitor

⁃ 2 - 40W Ganz Solar panels mounted on dodger with controller

⁃ X-Air 400W Wind generator with new prop blades, presently removed from boat

⁃ 150 A Balmar alternator with MC-612 charge controller

- Jensen stereo

- LED lights throughout; LED photocell activated anchor light


Sleeps 6 in four berths - the double berth in the forward cabin to starboard, the L-shaped settee in the main salon converts to a double berth and will sleep two, the straight settee to port in the main salon sleeps one and the quarter berth to port (also in the main salon) sleeps one. The forward cabin has storage bins underneath the berth as well as two hanging lockers. The one head is located to starboard immediately aft of the forward berth and has a sink, manual marine toilet and hot and cold shower. Also in the head is a storage locker. The galley is located to starboard immediately aft of the starboard settee. In the galley is a double stainless sink with a hot and cold Sure Flow pressure water system and a six-gallon hot water tank, two burner propane stove and oven and an icebox with a refrigeration/freezer system. The interior of ELATION has teak joinery and cabinetry throughout, the cabin sole is teak and holly. The yacht is ventilated by hatches as well as opening ports.

⁃ Adler/Barbour refrigerator/freezer

⁃ 2 burner propane stove with oven

⁃ fully equipped galley: dishes, pots/pans, silverware, cooking utensils

new 2018 hot water heater run off engine or shore power


Sloop rig. Sail inventory includes main, genoa, cutter jib, storm trysail, asymmetrical spinnaker in sock.   Stainless steel standing riggingl, bronze turnbuckles. Painted aluminum spar, mast stepped on the deck. Lewmar winches.

Sails: ~6 yrs old - roller reefed Yankee jib and staysail, main; storm sail, drogue; whisker pole; lazy-jacks; all made by Bohndell; annually cleaned and washed by Bohndell

Two mast climbing rigs (MastMate and RigClimber) and boson's chair




⁃ Paul Luke automatic feathering prop, original with boat, works well in reverse, increases sailing speed 0.5 - 0.8 kt when feathered

⁃ Monitor wind vane steering, never used

- whisker pole, running back stays

⁃ Spectra Ventura 450 water maker, needs renovation, have new pump

⁃ Espar diesel cabin heater ducted to all areas of the boat

- outboard motor hoist

- custom-made, foldable cockpit table

- cockpit shower

- mast pulpits

- all lines lead to cockpit, incl. two reef points

- fire/ CO monitor in cabin       

⁃ many parts and extras; e.g. blocks, shackles, misc. parts

⁃ complete set of manuals, circuit diagrams

⁃ electric windlass with wireless control

⁃ 45 lb CQR anchor with 45' chain and 250' 5/8" rode; Victory Danforth second anchor with 250' 5/8" rode

    - Rule electric bilge pump with both manual and automatic mode

     - double lifelines with Dyneema replacement line and fittings not yet installed      - new EPIRB; original one discarded    

  - several horns    

  - bow pulpit and stern rail     

- mainsail cover    

  - dodger   

- 2 cockpit cushions

  - 3 horseshoe rings 

 - offshore and self inflating PFDs 

   - complete set of dock lines  

 - barbecue

    - complete set of fenders     

- Gusher manual bilge pump  

    - no bilge CO alarm, but CO/fire alarm in main cabin     

- all interior cushions including unused upholstered saloon bench insert to convert seat to double berth     

  - all winches in very good condition

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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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/her agents, or his/her surveyors, to instigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.(7616165)