California Yacht Sales
2040 Harbor Island Drive
San Diego, California 92101, USA
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1989 Pacific Seacraft 37

  • 37 ft
  • Cruiser
  • San Diego, CA, US

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Halara - a 37 Crealock  

The art of halara is one the most revered aspects of Greek life. It means to take it easy,

Designed by WIB Crealock

One of the BEST and VERSATILE cruising sailboats

NEW standing rigging 2016

 LED lighting

Skeg hung rudder




619 990 8501


Basic Information

Pacific Seacraft
San Diego, CA, US
Available for sale in U.S. waters:
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Dimensions & Weight

37 ft - 11.28 meter
36 ft 11 in - 11.25 meter
10 ft 10 in - 3.3 meter
Draft - max:
5 ft 6 in - 1.68 meter
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Dry Weight:
16200 lbs


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Direct Drive
Fuel Type:
44 (Individual), 44 (combined)
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Tank Capacities

Fuel Tank:
85 gallons - 1 tank(s)
Fresh Water Tank:
95 gallons - 1 tank(s)
Holding Tank:


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A note from the sellers

About us, Lisa and I are both Nurses in our 30's who bought the Vessel in Spring of 2021 as our first boat. I grew up on Lake Sailing in Northern New Hampshire and Cruised the Bahamas with my parents on their 36 foot live aboard which they lived aboard for almost 20 years. We purchased this Vessel as Lisa was naive to sailing and we wanted the safest most capable vessel of this size and the PSC 37 has proven to be exactly what we needed. We cruised her around the SF bay for 1.5 years and enjoyed a 4 month sail down the coast of California to Ensenada in the Fall of 2022. It's what I used to hook Lisa on sailing and it proved to be the easiest to sail blue water cruiser that she needed to fall in love with the lifestyle/sport. Our plan is to look for a PSC 44, as we wanna stay with this design of boat but require more space for dogs, family and so on.In my opinion the Vessel is in great shape and I have continually done the required maintenance and upgraded as we went the last few years as well as $15k in maintenance and upgrades conducted professionally at KKMI in Richmond CA. There are also significant professional maintenance receipts for the life of the vessel on the boat. Maintenance and upgrades below on top of numerous small things I’m sure I've forgotten.


Prior owner (extensive maintenance records on vessel) but these are the big ones

-2015 new chain plates and standing rigging

-$15k full engine rebuild 


2021 KKMI Richmond CA

-Bottom Paint 

-New Cutlass Bearing 

-Rudder Dropped inspected, New packing box, steering gear inspected, new steering cable

-New Max Prop Installed 



-New Macerator

-New Water Pump

-Installed composting head (Which we love, we did recognize we were going to sell the boat and kept the through hulls and the black water tank so a new owner could simply install a traditional head if they wanted. We will 100% install a composting head on our new vessel it has been nothing short of amazing and the boat has no smell) 

-New genoa and Main halyards

-installed screens

-Installed magma grill

-New strataglass in dodger

-New Nillson windlass 



Full professional engine service with valve adjustment by Chucks Marine is San Francisco

New Balmar high output alternator with external controller

New alternator mount

New engine mounts 

Racor rebuild with new seals

Professional fuel polish (Boat does have an extra 50 gallon Diesel tank under foreword berth which is unique to this specific PSC 37)

3 fans installed in boat

All led lighting with LED lighting on spreaders

-All winches serviced,

-Mid ship cleats pulled and rebedded

-New HDI marine stainless steel riser and mixing elbow, New exhaust pipe.

-Stern anchor with 200 feet road installed

-New isotherm 5 gallon 110volt hot water heater, can be plumbed into engine for heating water underway (have yet to have time to do this) 

-New salon cushions with sunbrella and new foam

-New mattress in foreword birth

-Victron solar controller installed (Bluetooth) 



-All bright work sanded and 2 coats of varnish reapplied

-Heat exchanger pulled cleaned and new o rings installed

-New engine belt


The sails are in great shape and I would rate the main at 8/10 and the genoa 7/10. It is a full complement of Pineapple sales (Staysail (Like new), Mainsail, genoa, storm Trysail (Like new) and symmetrical spinnaker with pole on Port side deck.


We visit Ensenada every few months as we like the area and knock out a few projects on every visit. So in full disclosure, the inverter does not work at this time and failed a few months ago, it does still charge. I have a xantrex 2500 inverter under the Port Settee but have yet to have time to install it. 




The forward cabin has an offset double to starboard, a comfortable chair to port, 3 drawer storage beneath the berth. There are two cedar lined hanging lockers forward and opposite the head which has a Composting Airhead toilet foot pump and pressurized water (new water pump), shower with macerator, sink and good storage.

The salon has a straight settee to port and a convertible double to starboard. Deep shelves and bookcases are to be found behind the settees. All upholstery is new, Sunbrella material.

The chart table is to port, the quarter berth behind, a great sea berth! Galley is to starboard and will be a safe work area under way. 

Light and ventilation in the main cabin are excellent, ten opening port lights, plus a  large Bomar deck hatch. A second pair of Dorade boxes over the main cabin to improve heavy weather ventilation.

  • All LED lighting

  • Overhead hatches (x2)
  • Opening portlights (x2)
  • All hatches have screens

  • Electric fans (3) in salon



  • Force 10 2 burner stove with broiler

  • DOMETIC 12v and sea water cooled refrigeration
  • Double stainless steel, deep sinks with macerator
  • Foot pumps for raw and fresh water
  • New 5 gallon 110 volts hot water heater





  • ICOM HF marine IC-M802 radio

  • ICOM VHF marine IC-M504 VHF

  • Proctor modem

  • Heart interface LINK 2000

  • Victron solar blue tooth controller

  • Morningstar solar controller (spare)

  • Raymarine E7 chart plotter at nav station

  • Raymarine E7 hybrid touch screen chart plotter at helm

  • Raymarine RD 418 HD 4 kw 18” radar

  • Raymarine AIS - send and receive
  • Raymarine autopilot
  • Richie compass

  • Raymarine ST70 depth and speed (new)




  • Breaker protected electrical panel
  • LTH AGM Group 31 batteries x 4

  • Balmar 100-amp hour alternator with external controller

  • Zantrax 2500 w inverter (inoperative - new inverter on board, not installed)

  • Victron solar blue tooth controller

  • 170 watts solar

  • Fire boy halon fire extinguishing system


Sails and Rigging


  • Standing rigging replaced 2016
  • Harken Series roller furling
  • Inner forestay on bridle
  • Mailsail w 2 reef points (All sails from Pineapple Sails)
  • Spare mainsail fully battened
  • 120% genoa
  • Staysail on track
  • Spinnaker
  • Running backstays
  • Lazyjacks
  • All lines lead aft through banks of rope clutches

  • Dual line main reefing


Deck Hardware


  •  Monitor wind vane 

  • Granny bars (stanchions at mast)

  • All winches serviced September 2022

  • On coach roof - Lewmar ST30 x 2 winches, Lewmar ST8 winch

  • On coaming – Lewmar ST30 winch, Lewmar ST48 x 2 winches

  • Dodger

  • NILLSON Sea Witch 12v vertical with rope
    gypsy and remote controller at helm
  • Ronka primary anchor 20 kgs with 200’ G4 chain and 100’ rode

  • Stern Danforth style anchor with 300’ rode




  • Deck lights on spreader
  • Salt water wash down on deck

  • Magma BBQ




  • YANMAR 4JHE 44HP diesel
  • Diesel rebuilt in 2015 - all receipts available, $15,000 rebuild 
  • Engine serviced summer 2023

  • Fuel tank polished

  • Heat exchanged flushed

  • Freshwater engine washout (flush out saltwater after use)

  • 35-gallon fuel tank under salon floor

  • 50-gallon fuel tank under v-berth

  • Engine hours (old Hobbs meter 1,500 hours, new Hobbs meter 126 hours = 1,626 engine hours)

  • New engine mounts

  • New stainless-steel riser

  • Cutlass bearing  new 2021

  • PYI MAX feathering prop




  • Bottom paint 2021

  • Vent for chimney (no stove)
  • 4 x 5-gallon diesel containers 

  • Propane tanks




  •  Viking life raft 4-UKL  - 4 person (needs certification)
  • Emergency rudder

  • Stainless steel lifelines (2019)



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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Disclaimer: 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/her agents, or his/her surveyors, to instigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.