40' Pacific Seacraft 40 1998


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40' Pacific Seacraft 40 1998 Freya


Extensive Refit Done at Pacific Seacraft Factory in N.C., 2017

Complete Electronics Upgrade in 2016 – All New Equipment is B&G/Simrad – Radar, Autopilot, Chartplotter/MFD Units Helm/Nav Station, AIS, Forward-Looking Sonar, Depth, Speed, Temp, Wind Speed/Direction, SSB & MORE

 New Ullman Mainsail, Staysail & High Cut Yankee Including “Stack Pack” & New Tides Marine Strong Track System for Mainsail, New Forespar Carbon Whisker Pole (2017)

 All New Standing Rigging, New Chainplates, S/S Lifelines, Mast Re-wired w/New Nav Lights, New Halyards, Topping Lift & More

 Iridium Extreme Model 9575 Satellite Phone System (New 2017)

(2) Cruiseair/Marineaire Air Conditioning Units (New Fwd. Unit 2016)

Fischer Panda 4kw Generator (New in 2010 – Fuel Lift Pump Replaced & Secondary Added in 2017)

Wind Generator System (2017)

Spectra Cape Horn Extreme Watermaker (2014)

And MUCH, MUCH More!


This Pacific Seacraft was commissioned and equipped by a very knowledgeable and accomplished sailor who had owned a Crealock 37 prior to having this boat built. Thousands of ocean miles on the Crealock 37 helped formulate and clarify what features and options should be included in the new boat and after many trips to the factory and discussions with Bill Crealock and the staff at Pacific Seacraft, the final design was agreed upon. The original owner, an ex-racing sailor, wanted his boat to sail to its full potential and this boat was optimized to sail her best. One of the considerations when adding options was to make the boat as easy to sail as possible and with roller furling on both headsails and the electric primary winches, which can be used to raise the main, it is a push button exercise to trim the sails.

Broker’s Comments: The listing broker was a PS dealer when this boat was sold new. He knew the original owner and sold it to the second owner who had a change of plans about 6 months later and he subsequently sold it to the current owner who was also a friend.  The current owner had just retired and set out to explore the Caribbean and did so for 5 years.  He also had a plan to do a transatlantic and decided in 2016 to send the boat back to the new PS factory in North Carolina for an extensive refit. See that list in the full specs.  

In May of 2017, the owner, the previous second owner and another friend set out for the transatlantic and they had little to no issues with the boat and made several days of 160 miles per day.

See the full specs for more information and call the Listing Broker today!

MK Yacht Sales would love to guide you through a personal showing of this 40' Pacific Seacraft 40 1998. This yacht for sale is located in Marseille France and priced at $350,000. For a showing please contact us by filling out the form on this page and we will get back to you shortly!



Pacific Seacraft



Cruise Speed:


Max Speed:


Range NMI:



12' 5"

Engine Details:

Yanmar Yanmar 4JH2E

Engine 1:

1998 3750.00 HRS 51.00 HP

Engine 2:

1998 3750.00 HRS 51.00 HP

Engine Fuel:

Inboard Diesel

Fuel Capacity:

125 GAL

Water Capacity:

100 GAL


  • Drop Rudder: Remove steering gear, remove AP tiller arm, Remove/Inspect bronze gudgeon, Inspect SS rudder shaft Replace Delrin gudgeon bushings, replace shaft packing, Reinstall.
  • Inspect, Clean, and Lubricate MaxProp
  • Rebuild PYI Shaft Seal
  • Service and lubricate all Seacocks
  • Replace Chainplates: Disassemble interior components as necessary to access backing plates, remove existing chainplates, remove old bedding compounds, fabricate new waterjet cut 316L mirror polished stainless steel chainplates and new carriage bolts with mirror polished heads, reassemble interior.
  • Replace Staysail Tack Plate with new fabricated waterjet cut, mirror polished 316 stainless steel with new polished head carriage bolts, nuts, and washers.
  • Replace all standing rigging: Replace all standing rigging and turnbuckles. New rigging to have swaged uppers and mechanical lowers.
  • Replace Main, Jib, and Staysail Halyards with New England Rope
  • Provide new Forespar Carbon Whisker Pole
  • Provide new Ullman Mainsail, Staysail, and high cut Yankee including "Stack-Pack" and provision for Tides Strongtrack system.
  • Basic Service Cabintop Winches 
  • Install Tides Marine Strong-Track system for mainsail handling
  • Portlight Rebuild: Remove opening portion of portlights, disassemble, clean, replace lens, install new gaskets, and reinstall to boat.
  • Remove carriage bolts from deck beams, over-drill, fill with epoxy and mill fiber, re-drill, reinstall/rebed carriage bolts.
  • Install new .25" 316L bare stainless steel lifelines utilizing existing pelican hooks
  • Strip, prime, fill holes for existing spreader lights, and paint spreaders.
  • Rewire mast and install new LED Spreader Lights and combination Steaming/Foredeck Light, replace corroded VHF coax.
  • Caulk teak cap rail: Mask sheer stripe, remove existing caulking at teak cap rail, apply new black and white polyurethane caulking.
  • Install Chafe Guards for Stern Cleats
  • Convert water to fuel tank: Remove existing SS water tank and hoses, fabricate and install new aluminum fuel tank, replace fill line and deck fitting, install new supply and return lines tee'd into existing system with shut-off valves at junctions.
  • Replace existing fuel lift pump for Fischer Panda and add additional secondary lift pump. Add terminal block and wiring for second pump.
  • Install Eclectic Energy D400 Wind Generator System as owner specified
  • Rebed hawse pipes: Remove hawse pipes, clean bedding compounds, and connector, rebed in polyurethane.
  • Replace topping lift and running backstay coated wires
  • Install supplemental Seafrost air cooled DC refrigeration system with digital thermostats tied into existing plates
  • Replace Bobstay

When Pacific Seacraft and Bill Crealock started the design process for the Pacific Seacraft 40 they drew from years of experience of their own and hundreds of owners of the Pacific Seacrafts that came before. This collaboration brought together the design genius of Bill Crealock and hundreds of thousands of sea miles on his earlier designs to create a very workable interior that is equally comfortable at the dock or at sea. Two parameters that were universally requested were two private staterooms and one head aft with a separate stall shower and these features were incorporated into this design.

Starting forward is the owner’s stateroom. At the forward end of the berth is access to the chain locker, which is divided to accept two rodes. This boat has the optional full V-berth, which the owner decided would be better for the occasion with a full crew when two crew might wish to sleep there. The extra width of the larger berth makes this comfortable. There are shelves outboard that were widened by three inches when built to allow the storage of larger items including an extra headsail and spinnaker. There is massive storage in several compartments in this area including a hanging locker, three storage compartments under the berth with access through louvered doors, three large drawers at the foot of the berth and four additional lockers. There are cabin fans as well as two Alpenglow lights, two port lights and an opening hatch for light and ventilation.

Next aft is the main salon with a straight settee to port and a U-shaped settee to starboard with a large table that drops to convert this area to a large berth. All of the tankage on this boat is either below the cabin sole or the berths so all of the area under and behind the settees is storage. There is also additional storage in four lockers above the settees as well as two alcoves for book storage.

Aft of the port settee is the navigation area with a very large nav desk with storage below. There is also storage in a small hanging locker under the nav desk, under the nav seat, under the floor and two lockers outboard. The area outboard of the nav seat has been modified to make the shelf wide enough for binders.

Aft of the starboard settee is the galley. The galley is G-shaped which allows the galley to be used safely under way as there is always somewhere to brace yourself. There are two stainless steel sinks just off of centerline with hot and cold pressure water, foot pumps for salt and fresh water and a Seagull water filter spigot. An icebox drain also is plumbed to drain into the sink. The refrigeration is the Sea Frost system with three holding plates, two in the freezer and one in the refrigerated side with thermometers installed in the front of the box. This system is driven by either two separate 12 VDC systems or by the engine driven system. The two DC systems have individual digital thermostatic and speed control, one for the freezer and one for the refrigerator. The icebox has the optional Glacier Bay vacuum panel front opening door, which allows access to the bottom of the box easily. Outboard is the Force 10 stove with three burners, oven and broiler. The countertops are Corian.

Aft of the nav desk is the head with a separate stall shower. The head, conveniently located at the base of the companionway, allows easy access from the cockpit or interior and the shower stall provides the ideal place to hang foul weather gear to dry when underway. There is a hanging locker aft of the Groco Model K head. The counter top is Corian with a stainless steel sink with hot and cold water, fresh water foot pump and a spigot for the Seagull water filter.

Aft of the galley is the guest stateroom with a double berth. There is a hanging locker, two drawers under the berth and a shelf outboard for additional storage. Three opening ports and Hella fans provide ventilation.

Additional Equipment:

  • Seven Hella Turbo fans
  • Ten Alpenglow red/white teak box lights, all red lights are led retrofits.
  • Fourteen chromed bronze opening port lights
  • Four Bomar opening hatches.  All hatches were removed, painted, new lenses installed and re-bedded in 2014.
  • Corian counters in head and galley
  • Cruiseair/Marineaire 16,000 and 10,000 BTU Air conditioning systems.  Fwd unit was replace with a new 16k self-contained turbo-vector unit in 2016.
  • Spectra Cape Horn Extreme Watermaker (New in 2014)


  • Complete electronics upgrade in 2016. New equipment is all B&G/Simrad:
    • Installed new 4G digital radar
    • Autopilot computer
    • Zeus2 chartplotter/MFD units at the helm (9 inch) & nav station (12 inch)
    • Two Triton2 displays at the helm and one below at the Nav station
    • AIS transmitter/receiver
    • All new depth, speed and water temperature transducers
    • Wind speed and direction masthead unit
    • Forward looking sonar
  • Brooks and Gatehouse under deck autopilot hydraulic ram
  • Radar, satellite phone antenna, Wifi extender antenna and GPS antennas mounted on custom stainless steel stern mounted mast
  • Icom M-604 VHF radio with HM-162B remote mic at the helm (New 2010)
  • Icom M-802 Single Sideband radio with Icom AT-140 tuner (New 2005)
  • SSB grounding plane laminated into hull
  • Large Dynaplate on hull for grounding electronics
  • Link 2000 battery monitor
  • Iridium Extreme Model 9575 satellite phone with Beam Drive Dock Extreme Docking Station, privacy handset, external mast mount antenna, and sidekick wireless router for data access (All New in 2017).
  • Entertainment system
  • AM/FM cassette stereo with CD player & auxiliary input wired for iPod, iPhone or other similar devices
  • Four Bose waterproof speakers for stereo above and below decks
  • Flat screen 22" LCD TV on main salon bulkhead with DVD player above port settee
  • Surround sound system with four speakers and subwoofer for TV/DVD
  • Standard Horizon HX870 Floating 6W Handheld VHF with Internal GPS and DSC (New in 2017)


  • 4.2 KW Fischer Panda generator (New in 2010) - 365 hours
  • Eclectic Energy D400 wind generator system pole mounted on stern (New 2017)
  • Two Lifeline 4D AGM batteries for house (New 2016)
  • One Lifeline Group 31 AGM battery for starting (New 2016)
  • Heart Freedom 20 Inverter with 100 amp charger
  • Link 2000 battery monitor
  • 100 amp Balmar alternator with Balmar ARS-5 voltage regulator
  • Spare 100 amp alternator
  • 12 volt panel with amp and volt meters
  • 110 volt panel with amp and volt meters
  • Primary diaphragm bilge pump mounted aft in port cockpit locker with USS level switch in bilge
  • 4200 gal/hr secondary bilge pump with high water alarm
  • Two 30 amp shore power cords
  • 50 to two 30 amp shore connector adapter

The deck on the PS 40 has been well thought out for safety at sea. Bulwarks get progressively higher as you go forward on the deck and the deck is surrounded by 30” high double lifelines, higher than those found on most yachts to provide additional safety.

  • Teak dorade boxes with chrome dorades
  • Mast pulpits
  • Teak cap on cockpit coamings
  • Bimini with windshield that attaches to front of bimini and deck
  • Covers for all teak except rubrail
  • Covers for all hatches
  • Pedestal cover

Additional Deck Equipment

  • Lighthouse windlass with reversing switch and waterproof remote with dual capstan and gypsies
  • 45 LB. CQR anchor with 300 feet 5/16 ACCO G43 chain (Chain New in 2016)
  • 45 LB. CQR anchor with 25 feet 5/16 ACCO G43 chain and 300 5/8” 3-strand rode (Chain and Rode New in 2016)
  • Winslow 4-man liferaft with custom S/S cradle (Certification in 2017)
  • Whitlock Cobra steering with leather covered wheel
  • Hot and cold cockpit shower
  • Switlik MOM-8S man overboard module (New in 2017)

All new sails installed by Ullman Sails in 2017 including full battened main, 120% furling headsail, and staysail. All sails are Challenge Marblehead Dacron cloth.  Also new Ullman U-pack system installed on main.

  • Storm trysail track
  • Tides Marine Strong-Track system for mainsail handling (New in 2017)
  • Insulated backstay for SSB
  • Harken furling gear on headsail and staysail
  • Forespar double spreader mast with Forespar rigid vang
  • Additional track added to deck for sheeting 110% headsail
  • Inboard and outboard genoa tracks with cars and additional sliding eyes to rig preventer
  • Two Harken 56.2 STEC electric primary winches
  • One Harken 44.2 STC mainsheet winch
  • Two Harken 40.2 STC winches on mast for halyards
  • Two Harken 40.2 STC winches on cabin top for all lines led aft
  • Harken deck organizers
  • Harken ball bearing traveler over companionway hatch
  • LED Tricolor masthead with anchor light (New in 2016)
  • LED spreader lights (New in 2017)
  • LED combo steaming/deck light (New in 2017)
  • Forespar carbon fiber whisker pole stored on mast (New in 2017)

  • Max Prop three blade feathering prop
  • PSS Shaft Seal
  • Dual Racor filters with Vacuum gauge
  • Hart Tank Tender tank gauge

  • Lightning ground system
  • Wood working options include steps up to forward berth, louvered panels on all doors, additional cabinet above ice box, additional locker in coaming in aft stateroom, level floor in aft lazerette
  • Custom two drawer unit under nav seat
  • Drop door in aft stateroom to access engine
  • Stainless push button positive catches on all lockers
  • Positive locks on all floorboards
  • Two louvered doors outboard of drawers in fwd stateroom
  • Epiphanes sealer coat, two coats of Epiphanes gloss varnish and two Epiphanes satin top coat on all interior woodwork done at the factory with two additional coats done after delivery for a total of seven coats.

The Listing Brokerage 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 regardless of information provided. 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. PLEASE NOTE: All electronics are listed for verification purposes but not warranted in the selling price of the boat.

Engine hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters.  The broker cannot guarantee the true hours.  It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, any warranties expressed or implied and/or any engine service as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.

All the yacht brokerage agents at the listing company are Independent Contractors.

This listing is presented to you courtesy of a member of the International Yacht Brokers Association and may be centrally listed with another broker. It is offered as a convenience by this broker/dealer to its clients and is not intended to convey direct representation of a particular vessel.

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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