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Pacific Seacraft 34
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Description: Pacific Seacraft 34
Keywords: Pacific Seacraft 34
 


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Review Date: Wed August 20, 1997 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 0 

 
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Double ended sloop. Roller furling jib, most control lines led to cockpit. I have added inner forestay and running backstays. Overall the boat handles well under all wind conditions and with a fair amount of speed. It is not a speed demon but is well built and finished. In severe weather conditions, I about my my abilities as a sailor rather than the boat. If I purchase a new/larger boat, I would seriously consider a larger model of the same boat.
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Registered: January 2000
Location: maryland
Posts: 1888
Review Date: Mon January 11, 1999 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 0 

 
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I've just finished my first year of sailing aboard our Crealock 34 cutter. This has been a nice step up from our previous Pacific Seacraft Dana 24. Since 70% of my sailing is singlehanded, I really like the voyager package which sends all lines aft to the cockpit. With running backstays and a full inventory of hank on sails (150%, 130%, 100%, 80% and storm) I find the boat to handle a wide spectrum of weather very well. It handles well sailing to weather and running before weather. Compared to my previous Dana, it's a fast boat. It's tiller steering makes for a very roomy cockpit at anchor. I've also always liked the quick response of a tiller. It's layout below is exactly what I was looking for with a forward facing navigation station close to the companionway, roomy V-berth and convertible double berth in the main saloon. It's great for two couples, very roomy for just my wife and I and very manageable to sail myself.


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Maine Dub

Registered: December 2012
Location: Maine
Posts: 207
Review Date: Thu May 9, 2013 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: $124.00 | Rating: 9 

 
Pros: Built very strong
Cons: Alloy fuel tank in the bilge

Well laid out, easy to singlehand. 5 foot draft, 6foot 3 of headroom. Still has great factory support. Best looking boat in the harbor.

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Al Pickering
PSC 34 #286
Coorie Doon
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