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Pacific Seacraft 37
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1 4567 Wed December 3, 1997
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Description: Pacific Seacraft 37
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Registered: January 2000
Location: maryland
Posts: 1888
Review Date: Wed December 3, 1997 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 0 

 
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My Pacific Seacraft 37 Voyagemaker is a conservatively designed, well built, shoal draft, cutter rig with a skeg hung rudder and canoe stern. Standard equipment includes running backstays as well as roller furling, AGM batteries, a 50 hp Yamar diesel, hot/cold pressure water, propane 2 burner stove with oven, and electronics package. All running rigging is lead aft. The boat is designed as a cruising sailboat. Displacement is relatively heavy and the boat has good sea kindly characteristics. Engine access is excellant. The quality of the workmanship and joinery work is good. It is not a boat that will get you there the fastest, but is likely to get you there safe with reliability. The sail plan and rigging allow the boat to be sailed short handed. The boat has been controlable in all of the wind conditions I have experienced to date. The shoal draft option does not seem to have impacted the vessels handling characteristics although there may be slightly more leeway in this type of keel than in a full draft version, particularly when beating in high wind. I have found the folks at Pacific Seacraft reasonable people to work with and genuinely concerned about making a good product.
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