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Old 06-26-2012
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Crealock 37 - Windflower

During the next few days, I will be posting "For Sale" advertisements to sell my 1988/2010 (total factory refit) Pacific Seacraft 37 Crealock. Many of you on this board visited Steve and Thumper at the Little Washington factory for a factory sponsored event and saw Windflower prior to her being completed. During the refit, all systems were removed including electrical, plumbing, fuel tank, Yanmar, deck hardware, port lights (oval bronze), chain plates, etc., etc. The hull was faired to a high degree of finish removing the undulations from the hull and then a show quality paint (creme colored) was applied to all surfaces. Dark green boot and shear stripes. The Yanmar was brought to "new" specs including the starter, alternator and all other associated components. The best of suppliers were selected for the outsourced work including new stainless surrounds, original bronze port lights along with all other bronze hardware were refurbished by Atkins and Hoyle, new original Bowmar deck hatches installed, all tanks and tank covers were totally rebuilt, all fittings and hoses installed new, LED lights used inside and out, mast/boom powder coated to new standards, Garmin 5208 w/radar used at the nav station and on the starboard bulkhead at the cockpit, sails are creme colored with finish and 27" panels to compliment the traditional lines, and on and on with upgrades and expensive options surely to please the new owner. Windflower is a outstanding example of a 37 Crealock with custom teak tiller that swings to the aft for auto pilot (Raymarine ST6000) and has standard keel with 5'10" draft. A serious cruising boat that would be the belle of the ball in any harbor. If you have interest, please email me for more information and photos - kkdtrader@gmail.com Thanks!
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