From stem to stern, Night Star has clearly been well-maintained and thoughtfully upgraded by her current, second owner. Everything that typically needs to be done to cruising boats of this vintage has already been done: new standing rigging, new chainplates, new running rigging and new engine! She is truly in turn-key condition and ready to sail away today.
-Ample safety gear including 6-man liferaft & Epirb
-New Beta Marine 30hp diesel in 2015
-3-blade feathering Maxprop
Equipment: Engine 1: Engine Brand: Beta Marine Year Built: 2015 Engine Model: B-30 Engine Type: Inboard Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel Engine Hours: 450 Propeller: 3 blade propeller Engine Power: 30 HP
Tanks Fresh Water Tanks: 2 (75 Gallons) Fuel Tanks: 1 (38 Gallons) Holding Tanks: 1 (16 Gallons)
Accommodations Number of heads: 1
Deck and Hull NEW Chainplates 2019
NEW Standing Rigging 2019
NEW bottom paint 2020
Mast with Radar Dome and Stern Light
Portland Pudgy W/ sail rig, oars, and electric outboard motor
2018 Torqueedo Travel 1003 CL Outboard
Edson Stern Rail Outboard Motor Mount
Lofrans Electric Windlass
35 lb CQR
(2) Lewmar 43 Genoa Winches
(3) Lewmar 16 Sheet/Halyard/Vang Winches on Cabintop, (1) Port, (2) Starboard
Selden Rodkicker Rigid Vang
Forespar Carbon Whisker Pole
Harken Mainsheet Traveler
Schaefer Rope Clutches Port & Starboard
(2) Coaming Line Storage Compartments, Port and Starboard
Jordan Series Drogue
Custom Stainless Series Drogue Chainplates
Edson Stainless Steel Helm
Edson Binnacle Mount Cupholders
Watertight Cockpit Sole Access to Engine
(2) Cockpit Storage Lazarettes
Stern Anchor Locker with Bronze Deck Pipe
Teak Sliding Cockpit Hatch
Teak Companionway Hatchboards
Bronze Mooring Cleats
Wema Tank Level Indicator
140 Genoa built by UK Sailmakers
NEW 2018 loose-footed mainsail
Asymmetric spinnaker in sock Built by UK Sailmakers
Yankee cut hank-on Staysail for removable inner forestay
Back-up Old Quantum main still in good shape
Safety Switlik MOM 8-A Man Overboard Module
Viking RescYou 6-Person Liferaft (next service not due until 05/2020)
Lifesling3 Overboard Rescue System
GlobalFix Pro Epirb
Electronics At Helm
Raymarine E120W Chartplotter with Radar
Raymarine ST70 Autopilot with Remote
Raymarine ST70 Tridata Instrument
At Navigation Station
icom IC-M504 Marine VHF
ASI DBX2 Precision Pressure Indicator (Barograph Barometer)
Accommodations (6) Opening Brass Portlights in Salon
Weems & Plath Bronze Quartz Clock
Weems & Plath Bronze Barometer
Howard Miller Bronze Clock at Navigation Station
Gas Systems, Inc. 2-Burner Propane Stove and Oven
Sea Frost BD Refrigeration
SS sink w/ Hot/cold pressure water
2 opening portlights
removable keystone cushion
storage shelving along port and starboard side of berth
anchor locker access
(3) drawers below berth
Wet Head with Manual Toilet
Vanity w/ hot/cold pressure water at sink
Electrical Xantrex Link PRO Battery Monitor
30 amp shorepower service
12 volt DC system
Solar panels NEW 2019, each with its own regulator
high output alternator
Engine/mechanical NEW 2015 Betamarine B-30 Diesel engine with 450 hours
3-blade Maxprop propeller
NEW cutlass bearing 2020
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The Pacific Seacraft 34 could be considered the encore act to a very successful Pacific Seacraft Crealock 37. Back in 1980, when Pacific Seacraft had freshly acquired the molds of the Crealock 37 from Cruising Consultants and continued its steady production, the company approached designer Bill Crealock to work on a smaller sibling. This new design became known as the Pacific Seacraft 34 (“Voyagemaker”) and it was introduced in 1984. Incidentally, this was the start of a long and very successful association between Pacific Seacraft and Bill Crealock.
It’s not surprising then that the boats share similar graceful lines and appearance. As with the 37, the 34 is focused on safety and comfort. Overall a tough boat with a seakindly nature very well suited for blue-water passage making for couples.
The Pacific Seacraft 34 has relatively large overhanging bow, a handsome sheer line, which ends with a traditional canoe stern. Under the waterline is a relatively long cruising fin keel with a very handy draft of 4’11 in standard trim that will get you into places that other boats wont (there’s also an option of a “very” shoal draft 4’1″ option). The rudder is skeg-hung.
The rig is of cutter configuration, all control lines are feed back into the safety of the cockpit. The cockpit is small, which some would say is a traditional blue-water design feature to advert the risk of pooping (flooding from a following sea), hence don’t be surprised if it gets cramped quickly as the people count climbs.
Inside, there is 6’4″ of headroom, a comfortably sized galley, and an interior that is well laid out for liveaboard. There are berths for up to five, two in the V, two in the saloon settees, and a single seagoing quarter berth which doubles as a seat for the nav table.
Sailing performance is spritely, when taking into account its relatively heavy displacement. The boat is well balanced and is capable of good upwind performance. As with all Pacific Seacraft boats, motion is seakindly, though there is some amount of hobby-horsing to windward due to the overhangs.
The hull is very solid GRP with the outer layer being in vinylester resin to resist osmotic blistering. The deck is cored with end grain balsa. The hull/deck join is above deck. The ballast is lead and externally bolted on. The interior pan runs the full length of the boat. Overall the workmanship is of a very high standard.
»Pacific Seacraft Official Site, Pacific Seacraft 34
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