I have a Crealock 37 that my wife and I cruise in. I generally single-hand while the Admiral enjoys the view. The boat is easy to handle and performs quite well. On the last sail of this season a friend and I were tacking out of the bay with 12-16 knots true wind, boat speed was 6.5 to 7.5 knots and about 50 degrees off the true wind.
Good tankage (mine has the 2nd fuel tank) and storage. There is space that can be used for water makers, etc if desired.
The quarter berth is really only a single, we use it for storage. With guests aboard we use the settee which makes into a double and were comfortable with 4 adults aboard.
Getting around on deck is okay, port side is a bit tight foot room wise due to the furler line blocks along the stanchions and it is a bit tight getting around the running backstays if used.
I like the cutter sail plan. With our usual 18-20 knots I use a reefed main with staysail only to tack out of the bay getting about 5 knots boat speed while keeping heel angle down around 10 degrees (spelled that happy Admiral).
Build quality is excellent. The longer I have Elnora and the more I explore/work on her the better I like the design. The boat was obviously designed and built by people who have experience with boats both building them and sailing on them.
Here's a video of some single-handed tacking.