SANITAS – For Sale By Owner

Pacific Seacraft Crealock 37 Voyagemaker

This classic blue water sailing vessel is ready for anything. Meticulously maintained and well-equipped for off-grid living, she will carry you safely and in comfort whether island hopping or crossing oceans. The Bill Crealock design makes it easy to access all of the boat systems and includes ample features for cruising performance. A freshwater vessel for her first 15 years, Sanitas is in excellent condition compared to similar boats of the same age.

Recent significant upgrades:

  • 590 Watts of solar with Victron controllers and battery monitor
  • New Katadyne PowerSurviver 40E water maker (runs on solar)
  • New Marine Blue Sunbrella dodger, bimini, stackpack, and shade canvas
  • New anchor chain and swivel
  • New Force10 3-burner stove
  • Custom foam bed mattress, new foam in all interior cushions
  • External teak varnish
  • Cockpit shower

Sanitas is US Coast Guard registered and currently in Grenada West Indies. This is a true turn-key boat, ready for you to step aboard and start cruising. She is offered without a broker until mid-March, at which point she will be sailed to Florida and put into brokerage with an associated price adjustment.

  • MAKE: Pacific Seacraft
  • MODEL: Crealock Voyagemaker
  • LENGTH: 37 feet
  • PRICE: $129,800 USD
  • LOCATION: Grenada, West Indies (relocation negotiable)
  • BOAT NAME: Sanitas
  • HULL MATERIAL: Fiberglass
  • DRAFT: 5’8”
  • YEAR: 1994
  • HULL NUMBER: 297

Manufacturer’s Description

The Pacific Seacraft 37 is a superb high-performance cruising yacht that incorporates all the qualities an experienced sailor looks for in “a proper yacht,” such as seaworthiness, premium quality, exceptional performance, comfort and beauty. She has a modern split keel and skeg rudder underbody. She’s sleek, beautiful, and a brilliant performer in all conditions, as was proven by her remarkable and repeated performance in the recent Singlehanded Transpacific Yacht Race. She’ll accommodate six and has features specifically designed for extended ocean voyages. The speed of the Pacific Seacraft 37 is already legendary, but performance in a cruising boat requires much more. A cruising boat must have a comfortable motion at sea and be well-balanced under sail so the crew does not have to fight the boat every yard of the way. The Crealock 37 was carefully designed for an easy motion. When you are shorthanded and you grow weary of those long night watches, a balanced boat can make a world of difference. In addition to her beauty, comfort, and sailing ability, the Pacific Seacraft 37 offers engineering and construction that is unsurpassed. Her fiberglass hull and deck are built to the most rigorous specifications, 100 per cent hand laid-up and squeegeed to remove all excess resin for optimum strength-to-weight ratio. Deck strength and insulation are increased with high compressivestrength plywood core construction. Throughout the cabin, a soft white matte finish provides just the right counterpoint for the abundant hand-rubbed teak joinery. Sunlight and fresh air pour in from ten polished chrome-finished bronze opening ports and two large deck hatches.


  • LOA: 37’
  • LWL: 27’8”
  • Beam: 10’10”
  • Min bridge height: 48’
  • Salon headroom: 6’4”
  • Ballast: 6,200 lb
  • Displacement: 16,000 lb
  • Fuel Tank: 42 gal
  • Fresh Water: 95 gal
  • Electrical circuit: 12V
  • Liferaft Capacity: 4 persons


  • Engine Make: Yanmar
  • Engine Model: 4JH2E
  • Primary Engine: Inboard
  • Drive Type: Direct Type
  • Engine Year: 1994
  • Hours: 2452
  • Power 50 hp
  • Propeller:3 blade MaxProp

Sails and Rigging

  • All lines run to the cockpit, ideal for single-handing and crew safety
  • Cutter Rigged with four available furling headsails
  • Fully Battened Ullman Mainsail (2014) with 3 reefs on Harken Battcars system
  • Ullman 105% Genoa (2015); sacrificial cloth (2022); on Harken furling system
  • Ullman Staysail/Storm Jib (2014); sacrificial cloth (2022); on Harken furling system
  • Code Zero (2014) on Selden top down furler
  • Asymetrical spinnaker on Selden top down furler
  • Storm Trisail (international orange) (2014)
  • Zipping sail bag with lazy jacks (2021)
  • Selden telescoping whisker pole, mast-mounted on track
  • Forespar offshore hard boom vang
  • Custom stainless steel removable bow sprit for top-down furlers
  • Folding steps at masthead
  • Rigging and chainplates replaced in 2014. Professionally inspected in 2022, backstay replaced

Ground Tackle

  • Primary anchor: 66 lb BUGEL on 250′ 5/16″ chain (2023)
  • Lofrans Tigres 1500W horizontal electric windlass with foot controls and cockpit remote control
  • Secondary anchor: FORTRESS FX-37
  • Stern anchor: FORTRESS FX-23 on 200′ flat rope Quickline rail mounted spool
  • Spare rodes: 300′ Nylon braid & 300′ 3 strand nylon with 40′ 5/16 chain
  • Double anchor roller
  • Divided forward anchor locker separating primary and secondary rode

Deck Gear

  • Two Lewmar48 self-tailing cockpit mounted primary winches
  • Three Lewmar16 self-tailing cabin mounted winches with multiple Spinlock line clutches
  • Lewmar16 two-speed winch mounted on mast
  • WichardGyb’Easy boom brake
  • Mast pulpits
  • Running backstays
  • Two stainless steel Vetus cowl vents/dorades

Dinghy and Outboard

  • Achilles HB-240AL dinghy (2018) – At 7’10” it can be stored on the foredeck between staysail and mast for passages
  • Tohatsu 5Hp outboard (2014) – Easily stored on aft rail using block system on arch
  • MAXI Marine lift tabs for improved speed and stability

Navigation Station

  • Full size desk and built in seat with storage
  • Standard Horizon GX2000 VHF
  • ICOM IC-802 Single Sideband shortwave radio
  • SCS P4 Dragon high-speed modem (for SailMail, GRIBs, etc)
  • Victron BMV-712 Battery Monitor Bluetooth enabled with connectivity to controllers, battery sense and user app
  • SimradIS-20 multifunction instrument (repeater)
  • NEMA 2000 system integration with local wireless LAN
  • 3 Dual USB charger, 110v outlet, and 12v power point
  • Red/white flex-neck chart light
  • AC/DC breaker panels
  • Built in tubes for storing rolled-up full-sized chart sheets
  • Blue Sea Systems bilge counter
  • CO and smoke monitor/alarm

Electrical Systems

  • House Batteries: Four Lifeline GPL-31XT AGM batteries (Nov 2018); 500Ah total bank
  • Dedicated Starter battery: 105 Ah AGM (2018)
  • Solar: 590W total:
  • 2 rail mounted 140W 24V panels connected to Victron 100/30 MPPT controller
  • 1 arch mounted 310W 24V panel connected to Victron 100/30 MPPT controller
  • Victron BMV-712 Battery Monitor (2020) Bluetooth enabled with connectivity to controllers, battery sense and user app
  • Victron Smart Sense battery temperature sensor (2020)
  • Blue Sea 40 Amp shore charger (2014)
  • Electrical schematic created during 2020 refit
  • Honda EU2000 generator (2018); connects to boat shore power input


  • Varnished drop-leaf table with comfortable seating for six
  • Port and starboard settees convert to bunks
  • Starboard bunk converts to double bed
  • Generous stowage below, behind, and above seating
  • Traditional bulkhead-mounted brass barometer and chronometer
  • 110v outlets and two 12v power points
  • Ventilation from six stainless steel ports, overhead hatch, and Dorades
  • Foam seat cushions replaced through-out interior (2019)
  • Quarter berth twin-sized bed; mattress foam discarded in lieu of storage space but mattress casing retained

Forward Cabin and Head

  • Double berth with custom memory foam mattress
  • Built-in cushioned chair with vanity and mirror
  • Two hanging lockers, three drawer bureau, storage cabinets, bookshelf
  • Large mirror and generous storage for personal items
  • 110v outlets, one Dual USB charger and one 12v power point
  • Ventilation from four stainless steel ports and overhead Bomar hatch
  • Natures Head composting toilet (Thru hulls and sea cocks remain if retrofit desired. Holding tank cleaned, painted and repurposed for storage)

Helm and Cockpit

  • WindPilot servo-pendulum self-steering wind vane
  • SimradNSS-7 chartplotter with AIS and Go-Free wireless repeater
  • SIM cards included with nautical charts for a circumnavigation
  • AIS is transmit and receive
  • Simrad IS-20 Wind, IS-20 Combi, and IS-20 Multifunction instruments
  • Integrated Simrad electric/hydraulic autopilot system
  • Viking 4-man ResqYouoffshore liferaft(canister)
  • Custom hinged stainless steel liferaft cradle
  • Custom arch with 310W 24V Trina solar panel
  • Two 140W 24V Solara solar panels mounted on lifeline rails
  • Lifeline cable replaced with 1” stainless steel tubing surrounding cockpit
  • Cockpit awning, shade panels and dodger replaced in 2021
  • Remote control for electric windlass
  • Two 12v power points
  • Custom C-Cushions for full cockpit seating


  • 3-burner Force 10 propane stove, oven and broiler; new in 2022
  • Adler Barbour refrigerator/freezer with air and water cooled condensing unit
  • Trident Marine LPG system with sniffer and control solenoid
  • Double stainless steel sinks
  • Pressure hot and cold water
  • Foot pumps for sea and fresh water
  • Built-in trash bin
  • Red/White Flex-neck work light

Major Spares

  • Chain and wire set for Edson steering system
  • Yanmar cruisers’ spares kit (fuel injector, thermostat, etc.)
  • Serpentine belts for alternator
  • Spare filters for : Rancor primary fuel filter, Yanmar secondary fuel filter, Yanmar oil filter
  • Multiple spares for Katadyn Powersurvivor-E40 watermaker, including cruisers’ kit
  • Anodes for MaxProp and rudder
  • SANITAS’ original ring-binder Owner’s Manual is included as well as handbooks, operating instructions, and/or manuals for all systems, equipment, and accessories.

Additional Mechanical Features

  • Marine air conditioning and heating system
  • Xantrex Prowatt 600W inverter
  • Balmar100 amp alternator on Alt Mount serpentine belt
  • BalmarMC-614 multi-stage programmable voltage regulator
  • Tri-color light/strobe at masthead with photocell sensor
  • All LED lighting inside and out, with automatic masthead anchor light
  • Katadyn Powersurvivor40E watermaker(2022)
  • Primary bilge pump is Jabsco diaphragm pump on electric automatic switch with 30 second delayed shut-off. Connected to Blue Seas digital counter
  • Secondary pump is Rule centrifugal bilge pump with internal automatic switch
  • Manual Whale Gusher 30 diaphragm bilge pump
  • Portable/emergency electric 30 gpm pump
  • Fuel tank new in 2018 and redesigned to eliminate corrosion with keel bolts
  • Cutlass bearing replaced in 2017
  • Throttle and transmission cables replaced in 2017
  • Bomar hatches removed, sandblasted, painted and re-installed (2020)
  • Boat bottom (2020)
  • Bottom paint removed down to gelcoat
  • 7 coats of Interlux Interprotect 2000E
  • 3 coats InterluxMicron 66
  • Light sanding and 2 coats of Micron 66 applied in 2022
  • Fuel Injection pump removed and rebuilt (2022)
  • Fuel Injectors removed and rebuilt (2022)
  • Deployable swim ladder
  • All exterior teak recoated with 8 coats Epiphans varnish (2023)

Lots more photos available!