Basic Information

Price: $195,000 USD
Category: Cruising Sailboat, Cutter, .
Model: Crealock Design
Model Year: 1998
Year Built: 1998

Bradford Marine Yacht Sales
Phone: 954-377-3900
Email: sales@bradford-marine.com
Fax: 954-377-3901



LOA: 40' 0" (12.19)
LWL: 31' 3" (9.53)
Beam: 12' 5" (3.78)
Max Draft: 5' 2" (1.57)
MFG Length: 40' 0" (12.19)

Speed, Capacities and Weight

Water Capacity: 100gal (379ltr)
Fuel Capacity: 110gal (416ltr)


Total Cabins: 2
Total Heads: 1
Captain Quarters: False

Hull and Deck Information

Hull Material: Fiberglass

Engine Information

Manufacturer: Yanmar
Model: 4JH2E
Engine Count: 1
Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Type: Inboard
Horsepower Engine 1: 50

Location of Vessel

Annapolis, Maryland United States




** Custom teak interior! ** Rebuilt diesel ** Constant upgrading ** AC/heat ** Genset ** Updated sails ** Redundant electronics ** Liferaft **

GORGEOUS GIRL is certainly one of the premier examples of this ‘ultimate’ Crealock/ Pacific Seacraft design.




  • Custom teak staving/accents & varnished teak joinery throughout
  • Custom ultrasuede upholstery
  • Positive latches on cabin sole hatches (& refridge top)
  • Reverse cycle AC/heat
  • Fisher Panda genset ('16)
  • Lighthouse anchor windlass
  • Extensive updated sail inventory
  • 2 independent Radar systems
  • Standing rigging refit ('16)
  • Pur Watermaker (80 gph)
  • Bimini and dodger w/connector
  • 3 blade feathering Maxprop
  • Extensive spare parts inventory


  • Yanmar diesel rebuilt (Oct. '17)
  • Batteries replaced ('18)
  • New galley stove installed ('18)
  • New genoa and staysail ('15)
  • Standing rigging replaced ('15)
  • Inverter/charger replaced ('17)


  • Bimini w/ trim window & "glass" connector to dodger ('12)
  • Dodger w/ handrails ('12)
  • Simrad autopilot ('09)
  • Raymarine ST-90 wind, depth, data -at helm ('09)
  • Mast painted ('09)
  • New stainless steel hatches ('10)
  • Digital readouts for fridge and freezer ('09)
  • Halogen interior red/white lighting ('12)
  • Halogen tricolor & anchor light ('09)


The spacious interior layout includes berths for seven with a double berth in the quarter cabin to starboard, a convertible dinette to starboard in the main salon (with a settee/berth opposite) and a V-berth in the forward cabin. Plenty of light and ventilation is provided by 14 opening ports (with screens), 2 dorades and 4 SS hatches. The engine room (accessible aft of the companionway ladder through the gasketed cockpit sole hatch) is well insulated for noise and heat. The aft stateroom features full standing & sitting headroom for easy dressing and maneuverability, a large cedar-lined hanging locker and a mirrored forward bulkhead. The head compartment, aft to port, has a vanity sink with generous storage, a wet locker and a luxurious and modern full size shower compartment.

The navigation station, forward of the head, has an oversized desk for spreading out charts and storing material, a leather seat (with a locker underneath) and spacious locker space under the desk. The U-shaped galley (see below), just opposite the nav station, is designed with ample drawer and locker storage, deep centerline sinks and Corian counters for easy food preparation while underway or at dockside. The main salon has a solid teak dinette table with a detachable folding leaf (which extends to the port settee). The table can be lowered for use as a double bunk. The forward stateroom provides a quiet spacious double berth and plenty of room to stow personal items, including two cedar lined hanging locker as well as a three drawer bureau and lockers under the berth.

Unique custom (satin varnished w/gloss trim) joinery and her gloss varnished teak & holly sole complemented by custom ultrusuede upholstery throughout her interior make GORGEOUS GIRL a truly relaxing, warm and comfortable yacht. A MarineAir 16k btu reverse-cycle heat and seven Hella fans make her a comfortable year-round yacht as well.


  • Corian countertops
  • Ample custom teak cabinetry
  • Seafrost engine driven refrigeration with shore assist
  • Force 10 3-burner propane stove with oven and broiler ('18)
  • GE microwave oven in custom cabinet
  • PUR 80 watermaker
  • Seagull water filtration system
  • Manual raw water foot pump
  • Manual fresh water foot pump


  • Off-white hull -w/navy stripes
  • Teak rubrail -w/ rubstrake
  • Crealock-design shoal keel
  • Pacific Seacraft signature full-skeg on rudder w/ propeller aperture
  • Two-tone contrasting non-skid gelcoat on deck
  • SS rubstrake on teak caprail


  • Lefeil mast and boom (Awlgrip '09)
  • Standing rigging replaced ('15)
  • Furling 120% yankee ('15)
  • Furling staysail ('15)
  • Quantum mainsail w/ lazyjacks ('06); Mainsail cover ('12)
  • Quantum furling yankee ('06)
  • Quantum furling staysail
  • Quantum assymetrical spinnaker ('06)
  • Quantum storm jib ('05)
  • Quantum trysail ('05)
  • Spare mainsail & additional spare genoa
  • Harken battcars for mainsail
  • Dedicated trysail track on mast
  • Custom Spectra running/checkstays
  • 2 Harken furlers (for yankee & staysail)
  • Whisker pole (stows on mast)
  • Forespar solid rod-vang
  • Spare main and yankee halyards; spare topping lift
  • Harken 4 part mainsheet traveler
  • Most lines lead aft (13 Lewmar stoppers)
  • Harken 2-speed self-tailing winches: 2 #40 electric main halyard; 2 #56 primary; #42.2 mainsheet winch; 40.2 halyard/reef (2 on mast, 2 on cabin top)


  • Simrad AP24 autopilot ('09)
  • Radar display @ nav desk (mast radome '08)
  • Radar display @ helm w/radome on stern pole ('16) & hailer
  • Raynav E80 chartplotter @ helm ('08)
  • RL 72 color chartplotter @ nav desk
  • Raymarine ST-90 wind display & Graphic (knot/log, depth, wind) @ helm ('09)
  • Raymarine ST-90 Graphic tri-data repeaters at nav deck & aft cabin
  • 2 GPS units (independent and redundant)
  • AIS vessel location
  • Automatic chain counter ('08)
  • ICOM 504 VHF transceiver w/ remote mic ('08)
  • ICOM 422 VHF transceiver
  • ICOM 710 SSB transceiver
  • Pactor modem (for email) w cable and line isolator
  • 19″ flat screen TV ('08)
  • Sony stereo/CD w/ipod docking
  • Stereo speakers in salon and cockpit
  • 80 Watt Inverter @ nav desk (dedicated for electronics)
  • Tri-lens radar reflector ('07)


  • Bimini w/ trim window & Isenglass connector (with cover) to dodger
  • Dodger w/ handrails; 6 covers for Isenglass panels
  • 14 Chromed bronze opening ports -w/screens
  • 4 Stainless Steel opening hatches ('10)
  • 2 Teak dorade boxes w/chromed bronze cowls
  • Sunbrella covers for: dorade boxes, mast pulpits, pedestal/wheel, and opening hatches, winches, windlass, and teak handrails
  • Mast pulpits; radar mast w/ ob motor hoist
  • Stern pulpit w/ gate and swim ladder
  • Double SS 1×19 lifelines with gates
  • Bow pulpit & double bow roller on teak/SS sprit
  • Gloss varnished teak toerails, coaming caps, hand rails, dorade boxes w/ chrome cowls
  • H/C cockpit shower
  • 4 padeyes in cockpit (for harnesses)
  • 2 sets of jacklines (2 in cockpit, 2 on side decks)
  • Teak cockpit grate
  • Folding teak cockpit table
  • Emergency tiller
  • Cockpit cushions
  • Docklines, fenders, USCG gear


  • Lighthouse electric anchor windlass -w/ up/down switches, cockpit remote, 'chain reader'
  • Signature Pacific Seacraft teak/SS bow platform -w/ dual rollers
  • Spade anchor w 150′ chain
  • 35# CQR anchor with rode and chain
  • Additional ground tackle
  • Raw water deck wash


  • Fischer/Panda 5kW genset ('09)
  • 4 Gelcell 4D batteries -800Ah
  • 110V shore power w/cords (2x 30Amp)
  • Heart Link 2000 monitoring
  • Inverter/charger
  • Portable, standby battery (for emergency engine start; and Nav-lights)


  • PSS shaft seal
  • 3 blade feathering Maxprop
  • Custom auxiliary fuel tankage w/gauges and automatic transfer pump
  • Automatic oil change transfer pump system
  • Fuel transfer system (allows for transfer of fuel between tanks)
  • LPG tanks; (LPG systems refit '08)
  • Electric and 2 manual bilge pumps


  • Voltage regulator replaced ('18)
  • Muffler and water pump replaced ('15)
  • Replaced engine mounts replaced ('15)
  • LPG solenoid replaced ('18)
  • Macerator pump replaced ('17)
  • Refrigerator ED-valve replaced ('17)
  • Raymarine stern radome replaced ('16)
  • Raymarine wind transducer replaced ('14)
  • Head and holding tank hose replaced ('15)
  • Fuel pump replaced ('14)
  • Replaced fresh water pump replaced ('13)
  • Autopilot display/control replaced; system serviced ('20)
  • 110V master breaker replaced; major circuitry reconfigured and serviced ('20)


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.

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