The Pacific Seacraft 34 has a long-standing reputation for exceptional, high quality construction not usually found in a production boat. The Crealock 34 is widely recognized as a "go anywhere" blue-water cruiser and Windswept II is a wonderful example. Windswept II is well equipped for coastal cruising or offshore passages with oversized rigging, Furuno Radar, Garmin Chartplotter, Webasto diesel forced air heater, X-Power Inverter, Profurl roller fuller w/ 160% genoa, Fourwinds II wind generator, Monitor wind vane (not installed), 35 lb CQR anchor w/ 200' of 5/16" BBB chain, WestMarine 10' rigid bottom inflatable w/ 2hp Yamaha OB, Kenwood SSB, 406 EPIRB, newer Bomar salon and foredeck hatches (2012), canvas dodger (2012), and asymmetric spinnaker (2013).
Windswept II is in exceptional condition both above and below decks. She's U.S. Documented, and was last surveyed October/November 2015. Survey is available upon request.
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The layout of the Pacific Seacraft 34 is as elegant as it is functional. The private statroom forward features a 6' 6" long, 71" wide v-berth with ample storage in drawers, bins and a hanging locker. The head compartment is next aft, and to port. Amenities include storage lockers above and below the S/S sink with pressure hot and cold water, a molded in shower pan covered by a teak grate, a teak-framed mirror and a Marine toilet.
The straight, 6' 6" settees in the main salon make excellent sea-berths, and the port berth converts to a 48" wide double. The port settee is also the dinette with a drop leaf table that has S/S supports that also serve as handholds, and with the drop leafs down is a leeboard for the port berth.
The U-shaped galley makes cooking offshore easy, and has plenty of storage, including additional custom cabinetry above the sink. There is a spacious navigation station opposite the galley on the starboard side, with large chart table featuring flip top storage.
The cabin area is equipped with 10 chrome plated bronze opening ports, two (2) deck hatches, and two (2) dorades for ventilation and light. The interior is furnished with generous amounts of teak trim and teak and holly sole, thick upholstered cushions and vinyl headliner with zippers to provide access to wiring and deck hardware fastenings.
The single spreader rig with outboard stays provides the strongest possible rig.
The external lead, shoal draft Scheel keel allows you to gunkhole in skinny water without sacrificing upwind performance. The hull is hand-laminated with the first laminate using vinylester resin for superior blister resistance. The deck is balsa cored with plywood coring where hardware is mounted.
Propane BBQ w/ separate tank
Jabsco Head with pump overboard capacity
The Yanmar 3HM35F is freshwater cooled and provides reliable, quite service. Power is delivered through a bronze 3 blade prop. There are currently 2,815 hours on the engine.
Other engine/mechanical features:
Pacific Seacraft provides an excellent navigation station, near the companionway. The desk is more than ample for chartwork, and all electronics and the electric control panel are all easily accessed from the seat. There is a wet locker below the nav desk, close at hand when coming down the companionway.
Three bronze winch handles (2 locking, 1 non-locking)
2 boarding ladders