1999, Pacific Seacraft 40

$259,000.00

Description

A Bill Crealock design, the Pacific Seacrafts are famous for their sea-worthiness and boat construction at the highest standards. “Juniper” is a ready to go “Turn-Key” boat with all you need for coastal OR an off-shore adventure. It is a shoal-draft version with a bolted modified keel with a skeg hung rudder. Here is a list of what “Juniper” has to offer:
Self-Steering “Monitor” wind-vane,
solar panels,
wind generator, 1
2VDC fridge/freezer,
New prop-shaft with a 3 blades feathering bronze prop.,
Aluminum hull dinghy with an 8 HP outboard motor,
single davit to lift outboard motor,
spare parts,
hard-top dodger,
radar,
AIS,
electric winch for main halyard,
all “Harken” self-tailing winches,
electric windlass,
12 VDC watermaker,
high output alternator,
Liferaft (needs service)
and much more.

The owners kept the outside varnished areas under covers when the boat is at the dock, the interior is beautiful. If you look for an off-shore cruiser to sail safely and comfortably – give us a call.

Buying a boat in Mexico can have some tax advantages in saving you the State Sales Tax and the boat is already where you want to start Cruising.  When buying a boat in Mexico, all of the title transfer, paperwork and funds transfers are handled in the United States by a Marine Documentation Services Company for your convenience and piece of mind.

The owners of La Paz Cruisers Supply and Brokerage are cruisers themselves and have been living and cruising aboard in Mexico since 2008.  Our team has crossed oceans, sailed to the South Pacific, delivered catamarans from South Africa and sailed around the Caribbean, Mediterranean and world. Our goal isn’t to waste your time, but to help you find a boat that fits your budget and dreams.

Full Specifications

Boat Name
Juniper

Specs
Builder: Pacific Seacraft Corp. USA
Designer: W.I.B. Crealock
Flag of Registry: United States
Keel: Fin
Hull Shape: Monohull

Dimensions
LOA: 42 ft 2 in
Beam: 12 ft 5 in
LWL: 31 ft 3 in
Maximum Draft: 6 ft 1 in
Displacement: 24000 lbs
Ballast: 8600 lbs
Bridge Clearance: 55 ft 0 in
Headroom: 6 ft 5 in
Dry Weight: 24000 lbs

Engine
Total Power: 50 HP
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Year Built: 1999
Engine Model: 4JH2E
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Location: Center
Engine Hours: 6734
Propeller: 3 blade propeller
Drive Type: Direct Drive

Cruising Speed: 6 mph @ 2000 RPM
Maximum Speed: 8 mph

Tanks
Fresh Water Tanks: 2 Fiberglass (100 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 2 Aluminum (111 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: 1 Plastic (19 Gallons)

Accommodations
Number of double berths: 2
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 1
Seating Capacity: 7

Electronics
Depthsounder
Log-speedometer
Wind speed and direction
Plotter
Autopilot
Compass
GPS
VHF
Radar
Radio
Cockpit speakers

Sails
Fully battened mainsail
Genoa
Furling genoa
Asymmetric spinnaker
Trisail

Rigging
Original rigging
Steering wheel
Electric winch for main halyard
Whisker pole

Inside Equipment
Electric bilge pump
Manual bilge pump
Battery charger
Heating
Hot water
Fresh water maker
Sea water pump
Oven
Marine head
Refrigerator

Electrical Equipment
Shore power inlet
Inverter
Electrical Circuit: 12V

Outside Equipment/Extras
Teak cockpit (Partial)
Wind generator
Solar panel
Cockpit cushions
Cockpit table
Swimming ladder
Cockpit shower
Outboard engine brackets
Davits
Radar reflector
Tender
Liferaft
Total Liferaft Capacity: 6
Electric windlass

Covers
Bimini Top
Mainsail cover
Cockpit cover
Spray hood (Hard top)

Sail Area
IJPE : 847.50 sq ft
I : 49.50 ft
J : 18.42 ft
P : 43.50 ft
E : 18.00 ft
Working Sail Area : 847.00 sq ft

Manufacturer Provided Description
The Pacific Seacraft 40 maintains the form, function, and esthetic that has produced safe and attractive Pacific Seacraft sailboats since 1976. The hull shape has a moderate freeboard and graceful overhangs fore and aft. While the waterline and beam are proportionally larger than previous Pacific Seacraft – Crealock collaborations (translating into greater interior volume), the hull retains the sensible dimensions and proportions essential to upwind performance, directional stability, and the hydrostatics which effect ultimate stability. The keel is a long fin of external lead ballast bolted on and bedded in epoxy. This joint is extremely strong and resistant to impact with underwater objects. The difference between the shoal-draft and standard keels has been increased to take greater advantage of the respective characteristics of each. The combination of the keel plan, skeg-mounted rudder, deep hull sections below the waterline forward, and a carefully positioned rig plan all contribute to exceptional directional stability and handling. The interior maintains the function and form that feels comfortable and works. Passage through the cabin is straight and unimpeded. Visual space opens from the galley forward. An aft head is located for easy access from the companion way. The galley is configured to provide hands-free support on either tack. On deck, a spacious foredeck with centerline king plank for footing features an extended bow platform and windlass boss. The headsail and staysail are equipped with roller furling. The double-spreader keel-stepped mast includes two self-tailing winches for halyards. The solid boom vang is self-cleating. All sail controls, including the main halyard and two sets of reef lines, are led aft to the cockpit through deck sheave organizers and rope clutches to self-tailing winches There is a special molded-in shearwater designed for dodger attachment. The mainsheet system includes a traveler forward of the companionway and a dedicated self-tailing winch. The primary winches for the headsail can be reached from the helm. The deck quickly sheds water through bulwark hawse pipes and through deck drains that exit at the waterline. The cockpit is self-bailing and includes safety harness padeyes. Pedestal steering with single-lever control and pod-mounted instruments provide fingertip control. Extensive mooring cleats simplify docking. The Pacific Seacraft 40’s deck and cockpit take into account the importance of safety when anchoring, docking, maneuvering, and sailing.

Construction (data from manufacturer)
Pacific Seacraft 40 Voyagemaker Specifications:

Standard Equipment Construction – Hand laminated hull & molded in gel coat color. First hull laminate uses vinylester resin for superior blister resistance. Biaxial fiberglass hull. Balsa core from waterline to sheer. Solid teak rubstrake on hull.

Rigging – Upper and intermediate shrouds to s.s. chainplates & backing plates caulked & thru-bolted to the hull. Lower shroud chainplates set inboard for ease of movement.

Rudder with steel web frame supported by high strength manganese bronze gudgeon & closely coupled to steel reinforced integral skeg.

Ballast – 8,880 pound (4.04 mt) solid lead casting permanently attached w-s.s. keel bolts and backing plates. Keel to hull joint bedded in epoxy.

Interior – Structural fiberglass, plywood & gel coat interior module bonded into hull w-fiberglass mat & woven roving. Primary bulkheads bonded into hull & deck with fiberglass & bolted in place.
Deck, lockers & entire bilge are gel coated to prevent mildew & to facilitate cleaning.
All bulkhead openings for hoses & wiring are rubber grommeted to prevent chafing.

Deck to hull connection: Integral hull & deck flanges mated & bedded in polyurethane and fastened with stainless steel thru-bolts. Deep bulwarks with heavy teak cap rail, hand fitted with butterfly joints.
Deck balsa cored. Plywood core in hardware mount areas. Deck has molded-in nonskid pattern. Hull finished with 3 coats epoxy below waterline.

Interior: 6′ 5″ headroom with teak & holly sole throughout cabin area.
Positive push button latches on all locker doors.
Zippered vinyl headliner with superior insulation, deadens sound & provides easy access to deck hardware & wiring.
Forecabin: 6′ 7″ long and 57″ wide double island berth with drawers & shelves.
Teak ceilings above shelves.
Teak bi-fold privacy door.
Vanity sink, mirror & large cedar-lined
Louvered hanging locker.
Main Salon: 6′ 6″ long “U” shaped dinette to starboard converts to 50″ wide dbl. berth.  Sides have teak lockers & bookshelves with removable fiddles above seats, storage bins below.
Teak drop leaf table. 6′ 3″ long settee berth to port with storage below.
Teak navigators desk w- storage under lift top.
Nav. panel & book shelves.
Enclosed head with bi-fold solid panel door, nonskid flooring, ceramic head with macerator to holding tank, teak changing seat, wet locker, separate shower stall, and numerous dry storage lockers.

Galley – Gimbaled s.s. three burner propane stove w-oven & broiler.
Safety bar. Formica stove top. Locker over refrigerator. 10 cu. ft. ice box w-foam insulation, hinged lid & manual pump out to sink.
Polished s.s. double sink with electric pump pressure fresh water & foot operated manual pump.
Food & dish storage lockers & drawers.
Tilt-out trash bin.

Aft Stateroom – Enclosed aft stateroom with 6′ 9″ long and 54″ wide double berth.  Teak privacy door separating aft stateroom from main salon.
Large cedar-lined hanging locker. Drawers under berth.
Vanity mirror on bulkhead. Teak ceilings above shelf.

Plumbing – Two water tanks w-inspection ports, approx. 150 gallons (589.5 liters).
Hot & cold pressure fresh water system for galley, head & shower with accumulator tank & foot pump in head & galley
Easy access fresh water manifold.
Color coded water hoses.
6 gallon hot water heater from engine heat exchanger or shore power.
Marine head with 19 gal. holding tank, macerator, & overboard pumpout.
Electric shower sump pump with overboard discharge.

Bronze thru-hull fittings with UL approved bronze seacocks below the waterline & bronze ball valves above waterline; all double clamped.
11 GPM electric automatic bilge pump with Ultra pump switch.
25 GPM manual bilge pump in cockpit operable by helmsman.

Engine – Yanmar 4JH2E, four cylinder, 51 hp (36.8 kW) diesel w- fresh water cooling. – 3″ exhaust, electric stop, & 80 amp alternator.
Yanmar “C” control panel. – Clear covered engine control panel in cockpit by helm with tachometer, engine hour meter & engine condition indicators.
Removable aluminum fuel tank approximately 70 gallons (265 liters) with gauge & cleaning port.
Three-blade feathering bronze propeller.
Mechanical fuel pump, electric back up fuel pump.
Racor MA500 fuel filter.
Seawater strainer bulkhead mounted & water lift muffler system.

Electrical: AC-DC master power control panel with AC ammeter
AC voltmeter, DC ammeter, DC voltmeter, polarity test circuit, 8 AC circuit breakers, 12 spare AC switches, battery condition monitor, 20 DC circuit breakers, 4 spare DC switches. Clear plastic screen.
Tinned copper wiring throughout.
110 Volt shore power system w- breaker.
Three Lifeline advanced absorbent glass mat (AGM) sealed deep cycle marine batteries (105 amp-hrs.) under cabin sole.
One 4 position battery switch.
Chart light at navigation station.
Dome light in engine & cockpit locker.
AC duplex receptacles with polished covers & GFI protection for 11OV.
VHF coaxial antenna cable led from masthead to navigators table.

Cockpit – 7′ long seats with contoured seat backs & seat drains.
Coamings have two built-in winch handle boxes, one is for shower.
Cockpit seat lockers for storage.
Chrome opening portlight starboard.
Lazarette hatch & vented propane locker for two 5 gallon tanks.
One 5 gallon propane tank with s.s. mount. Copper LPG hose.
Two safety harness pad eyes in cockpit.
Whitlock Cobra pedestal wheel steering with brake & offset stainless steel pedestal guard
Single lever engine control & emergency tiller.
Removable cockpit sole w-neoprene gasket seal, finger pulls, & four chrome retainers for access to engine, steering & packing gland.
Deep gutters & two 1-1-2″ cockpit drains for fast self-bailing.

Spars and Rigging – Custom aluminum spars with white two part linear polyurethane paint.

Pacific Seacraft 40 Voyagemaker Optional Equipment General
Non-standard hull color (Dark Blue),
Shoal draft bulb keel.
Teak interior cabin house sides – Overhead teak locker above galley counter.
Two tone deck Lighthouse 1501 GGWS electric windlass
Harken #40.2 STC secondary winches
Mast pulpits (pair)
Teak cockpit table on pedestal guard
Teak capped cockpit coaming
Teak cockpit grate
Teak dorade boxes w- chrome cowls (pr)
Cockpit cushions (closed cell)
Spars and Rigging:
Tri-color light with strobe
Adjustable whisker pole stowed on mast
Storm trysail track
Insulated backstay for SSB antenna
Harken Battcar system for mainsail Dermac
Mechanical:
Espar diesel heat system – 4 outlets
Auxiliary alum. fuel tank approx. 20 gal .
Hella turbo cabin fans,
Max Prop 3 blade propeller (upcharge)
Raw water spigot in galley with foot pump
Seagull IV water purifier in galley

Ground Tackle
Windlass: Stainless-steel Lighthouse 1501, electric with deck switches.

Main anchor:              Delta,       55 lbs.    330′ of 5/16″ galvanized HT chain.
Secondary anchor:    CQR,        45 lbs.    80′ 5/16″  galvanized HT chain + 300′ 3/4″ rode.
Stern anchor:             Fortress,  15 lbs.     50′ 5/16″ galvanized HT chain + 150′ 3/4″ rode.

Safety Equipment
Life Raft: “Winslow” 6 person Off-Shore Plus. Last inspected 2015. Need service.
Life Jackets: 5 inflatable PFD’s + 6 harnesses and Jack-Lines.
throwable PFD’s: Life-Sling and 2 Type IV floating cushions.
Visual Distress Signals: Electronic strobe on top of the mast and a handheld strobe, flare gun and expired hand-flares.
EPIRB: ACR, battery expired Dec. 2020.
1st aid kit: Home made
Fire Ext.: 2 dry chemical ABC – 1 kg
1 dry chemical ABC – 0.73 kg
1 dry chemical ABC – 2.3 kg
Fire blanket
Radar reflector
High water alarm
CO detector
LPG solenoid ON/OFF switch
AIS

Additional Information
AIS send/receive
Handheld GPS – Garmin 76 CSX
Iridium GO
USB port – 5V/2.1A dual outlet
WiFi extender
SSB Radio – ICOM M710 w/AT tuner
Sat. phone – Iridium 9505A

Furling Ullman staysail

Winches:
All winches are “Harken” self-teiling 2 speed, operable and in good condition.
#53 – 2 manual
#40 – 3 manual (1 on the mast)
#40 – 1 electric (main halyard)
#42 – 1 manual
#32 – 1 manual (on the mast)

Tankage
Fuel:
66 G. Aluminum
55 G. Stainless Steel

Water:
57 G. Fiberglass
43 G. Fiberglass

Holding:
19 G. Polyethylene plastic

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 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.