Kevin Welsh
Edwards Yacht Sales
1330 N Harbor City Blvd
Melbourne, FL, US
Office: 727.449.8222
Mobile: 321.693.1642

1991 Pacific Seacraft Crealock 34
Boat Type: Cruiser Address: Melbourne, FL, US Price: $85,000


The Pacific Seacraft 34 is a renowned cruiser designed by one of the world's most knowledgeable and respected designers of offshore sailing yachts Bill Crealock.  "Cinda" is well equipped with refrigeration, auto pilot, roller furling, solar panels, SSB and more..  Some of the characteristics of the "Crealock 34" that makes her especially safe for blue water cruising is the canoe stern that handles heavy seas extremely well along with a skeg hung rudder that creates an aperture that protects the propeller.   "Cinda" also has the optional sheel keel which allows her to get into water that's off limits to the deeper draft keel and without sacrificing deep draft performance.  The interior is very impressive with lots of well kept teak throughout and interior upholstery that was all new in June 2011.  


Basic Information

Manufacturer: Pacific Seacraft Vessel Name: Cinda
Model: Crealock 34 Boat Type: Cruiser
Year: 1991 Hull Material: Fiberglass
Category: Sail Hull Type:
Condition: Used Hull Color:
Location: Melbourne, FL, US Designer:
Available for sale in U.S. waters: Yes Flag of Registry:

Dimensions & Weight

Length: 34 ft - 10.36 meter Draft - max: -
LOA: 34 ft 1 in - 10.39 meter Bridge Clearance: 44 ft 3 in - 13.49 meter
Beam: 10 ft - 3.05 meter Dry Weight: -


Make: Engine Type:
Model: Drive Type:
Engine(s): 1 Fuel Type:
Hours: - Horsepower: -
Cruise Speed: - Max Speed: -
Range: - Joystick Control: No

Tank Capacities

Fuel Tank: 38 gallons - 1 tank(s) Holding Tank: -
Fresh Water Tank: 75 gallons - 2 tank(s)    


Total Cabins: - Crew Cabins: -
Total Berths: - Crew Berths: -
Total Sleeps: - Crew Sleeps: -
Total Heads: - Crew Heads: -
Captains Cabin: No    



In the forward cabin is a large 6'6" long x 7' wide V-berth that can be converted to a double berth with lockers underneath, full length shelves along the hull and a double hanging locker.

Port and Starboard settees provide excellent sea berths, and the port settee converts easily into a wide double berth.

7'7" Long x 34" wide Quarter Berth

10 bronze opening ports and 2 hatches allow fresh air flow

Force 10 Propane Heater in Saloon

Barometer / Clock in Saloon



Force 10 2 burner propane gimballed stove/oven

Frigibar 12 volt refrigeration w/4" insulation

2 deep stainless sinks

Pressurized Hot 'n Cold water

Manual Fresh Water Foot Pump

Teak cabinets and drawers


Groco Manual Pump Head

Stainless Sink w/shower connection

Teak Shower Grade


Navigation Station


ICOM AT-140 Auto Tuner


Datamarine Link 5100 (depth, wind speed and direction)

Maxxima Marine Stereo

Hinged Electric Panel 120VAC/12VDC

31" x 40" wide Navigators Table w/storage under


Lengthy 6'5" cockpit seats w/cushions

Molded-in contoured seat backs

Oversized cockpit drains

Large Engine Hatch in cockpit sole for additional access to engine, transmission, steering and stuffing box

High coamings w/integral winch islands

Large Lazarette and seat lockers

20 LB Aluminum Propane Tank

Life Sling



All cleats, ports, winches and chocks are solid bronze and, along with the lifeline stanchions and deck blocks, are thru-bolted to the deck with full backing plates

Teak Cap Rails w/butterfly inserts for quality construction

Double Chain Locker w/3" Bronze Hawse Pipes

Stainless Steel double anchor roller

Two 12" Bronze Bow Mooring Cleats

35 lb CQR (scotland) 

33 Bruce (belguim)

Fortress Aluminum Danforth

100 feet 5/16th HT chain

200 5/8 nylon three strand

50 feet 3/8 chain

additional length of 5/8 nylon three strand

Manual Windlass

2 Solar Vents (Verth Berth and Saloon Hatches)

2 Large Dorades Port and Starboard for ventilation

30" stainless steel life lines w/stanchions thru-bolted to Bulwarks

30" High Double Rail Bow Pulpit w/running lights

30" High Double Rail Stern Pulpit w/stern light

10" Bronze Stern Mooring Cleat

9" Bronze Stern Chocks

Deck Drains Port and Starboard



Sails and Rigging

A highly efficent sail plan contributes to the 34's capabilities.  While a pwerful performer under sail, her balanced rig and reasonable size of individual sails makes her a please to handle.

Main in new sail cover with lazy jacks

Harken 110% roller furling gybe

Brand new gybe (never installed/used)

Can easily be set up to be cutter rigged

2 x Lewmar 43 Self Tailing Winches

2 x Lewmar 16 Self Tailing Winches

Roller bearing Mainsheet Traveler installed over the companionway hatch


Yanmar 3HM35F fresh water cooled 3 cylinder

Well Maintained and in Excellent Running Condition

Cockpit Sole easily removes for great engine access

Additional access thru companion stairs

Spare Fuel Pump, Water Pump, Belts, Impellers



Sea Volt 1000 12V Starting Battery

2 Trojan 105 6V Deep Cycle Batteries

Room for Additional Batteries

Lewco Marine Charger 20 amp

2 x 80W Kyocera Solar Panels that tilt

Morningstar 10 amp Sunsaver controller

Wind Bugger Generator

110 VAC Water Heater

3 Guest 12V Fans

Autohelm Auto Pilot at Helm


Built to American Bureau of Shipping Plans Certification, the hull is hand-laid, solid laminated using biaxial cloths.  Below the waterline she has a three-layer epoxy treamtemnt and vinylester resin is used for the first laminate followed by isopthalic polyester resins. 

The hull is reinforced with a substantial internal moulding which is bonded in place and incorportates floors and stringers.  Primary bulkheads are bonded to the hull and deck and subsequently through-bolted to deck beams.  The deck is balsa-cored sandwich with ply in way of fittings and bonded and bolted to the hull.

The keel is cast lead bolted to the hull with stainless steel bolts.

Rudder & Skeg

The rudder is one of the most critical yet vulnerable parts of a cruising yacht.  The Pacific Seacraft 34 rudder has 1/4" thick backbone welded to a 2 3/8" O.D. stainless steel shaft.  Yet, while the rudder is stressed and constructed to be self-supporting, it is further supported by the skeg which is reinforced with a molded-in structural steel channel.  Skeg and rudder are connected at the lower end by a massive bronze gudgeon.  Another top quality feature of this boat.

Brokers Comments

The Pacific Seacraft 34 is a classic amongst the true cruising community.  She's a top quality build with high end features overlooked in many other boats.

CINDA has been cruised by her present owner the past 11 years from Florida to the Bahamas, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico and the USVI and sailed back each summer for hurricane season to her highly protected slip / hurricane hole at Waterline Marina in Melbourne, Florida.

The hull can use a good buff 'n waxing along with a fresh bottom job. 

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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Kevin Welsh
Edwards Yacht Sales
1330 N Harbor City Blvd
Melbourne, FL, US
Office: 727.449.8222
Mobile: 321.693.1642