The venerable Dana 24 pocket cruiser designed by Bill Crealock and built by Pacific Seacraft. This one has been setup well by an experienced owner and has all the comforts of a big boat including air conditioning and refrigeration. The equipment list is long. The galley has a Wallas diesel ceramic stove for flame-less cooking and plenty of storage to provision a long passage. There is a Magna Kettle stove and gas grill on the stern rail when the weather is nice. Navigation is provided by a Garmin GPSMAP 541 Marine Chartplotter. Datamarine provides depth and knotmeter. This one is cutter rigged with Profurl model P31 furling gear and removable inner forestay. Sails are in good shape. Come take a look!
The Dana 24 is conceived for cruising and designed for performance. She is built to the standards of excellence that have always set Pacific Seacraft yachts apart. Quality is evident in every detail, from carefully fitted teak joinery to husky bronze fittings and impeccable mechanical installations. Crealock is well-known for cruising boats with exceptional performance, and Dana is the culmination of all he has learned. Sophisticated hull design, high ballast ratio and efficient sail plan provide stability and power for the kind of windward performance that is so often lacking in other pocket cruisers. Her beautifully traditional hull encloses an extraordinarily spacious and functional interior that is innovative and inviting. Her 6-foot 1-inch headroom, fully enclosed head, honeymoon berth and congenial main salon are but a few of her charms. A long list of standard features includes two-cylinder diesel power, winches, sails and full galley.