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Pacific Seacraft 32 Pilothouse for sale in Newcastle Upon Tyne United Kingdom




Newcastle Upon Tyne United Kingdom




31.99 ft.








Make & Model

Pacific Seacraft 32 Pilothouse

Boat type



31.99 ft.

Fuel Type



Newcastle Upon Tyne United Kingdom



9.09 ft.



Draft Max

4.99 ft.


24.25 ft.


The Pacific Seacraft is a highly desirable brand of yacht, made for the discerning sailor who wanted sailing performance, comfort and quality construction in equal measure. This Seacraft 32 Pilothouse is an excellent example of this and those who view will be both smitten and delighted with her looks, layout, and practicalities.
She is cutter rigged and a joy to sail single handed. Her standing rigging is was replaced in 2021, her engine in 2018 and her tan sails in 2011. She comes well equipped for offshore cruising and will suit a cruising couple looking to downsize or embark on new adventures.


The vessel was re-engined in 2018 with a Nanni N4.38, 4-cylinder diesel. She has completed 457 hours since then and has just been serviced ready for the new season. The engine is midmounted and accessed through the saloon floor. The bay is immaculate, and everything is to hand for servicing and daily checks. Reduction gearbox driving a stainless-steel shaft and 3-bladed bronze propeller. She has 2 stainless steel fuel tanks holding a total of 362 litres. This gives a range of 750 miles under engine at 5.5 knots.

12/220V systems on board with bank of 5 batteries. 4x12V are domestic and a single 12V battery is for engine starting. These were all replaced in 2022. 12/240V switch panel with clearly labelled selector switches. Batteries are recharged via the engine alternator when under power, battery charger when attached to shore power and by either wind or solar when out at sea. There is a Sterling 800W inverter suitable for charging electronic devices.


Cutter rigged sail plan with painted deck stepped aluminium mast. The mast top and radar reflector are painted bright orange for increased visibility in emergency conditions. There are mast steps allowing a solo sailor to free trapped rigging or carry out repairs to mast head lights or antenna. There is an emergency VHF antenna and set of rigging cutters should the need arise.
Stainless steel standing rigging replaced in 2021. All running rigging is terylene braid on braid and was renewed in 2022. All lines led aft to helm for ease when single handed.
Slab reefing mainsail in lazybag on boom. Harken roller furling headsail systems for Yankee and staysail. Vessel rigged for spinnaker including mast mounted pole.
Sails are in traditional tan and include:

·James Lawrence Mainsail – 2008

·James Lawrence Furling Yankee – 2011

·James Lawrence Furling Staysail – 2011

Lewmar winches including:

·ST43 Primary sheet winches

·ST30 Control line winches

·ST16 Halyard winches


Navigation Aids

Exterior Helm Position

  • Ritchie binnacle compass
  • Raymarine ST60 Speed
  • Raymarine ST60 Depth
  • Raymarine ST60 Wind

Interior Helm

  • Ritchie compass
  • Raymarine C120 colour Chartplotter/radar
  • Raymarine 6002 Autopilot
  • Icom IC-M411 DSC VHF
  • AIS Class B transponder
  • Clock & Barometer
  • Hand bearing compass

Deck Equipment

  • Lofrans Electric windlass
  • 35Lb Delta Anchor with 50M of 8mm chain
  • 25Lb CQR spare anchor
  • FOB stern anchor with Ankarolina webbing anchor line
  • Lifeline gates port and starboard of cockpit
  • Boarding ladder at stern
  • Stainless steel bow ladder
  • Beaching legs
  • Outboard motor storage bracket
  • Hydrovane self steering
  • Navigation lights

Safety Equipment

  • Manual fire extinguishers
  • Automatic fire extinguisher in engine bay
  • Fire blanket
  • Gas alarm
  • CO detector
  • Gas safety valve
  • Smoke alarm
  • Webbing jackstays
  • Harness attachment points
  • Radar reflector
  • Lifebuoy (Perle)
  • Danbuoy
  • Emergency tiller
  • Manual bilge pump
  • Electric bilge pump
  • Electronic Distress Flare
  • liferaft (in date)
  • Day shapes


  • Full cockpit cover
  • Binnacle cover
  • Winch covers
  • Hatch covers
  • Companionway cover

General Chandlery

  • Full set of cockpit cushions
  • Deck light
  • Spot light


Below decks is bright and inviting. This is thanks to the large panoramic windows in the wheelhouse and above the helm. The interior woodwork is light teak which is complemented by the sage upholstery. Ideally suited for the cruising couple there is ample room for the occasional guests.
The wheelhouse/saloon is entered from the cockpit by a half door with lower washboard. Two steps down and you are in the upper saloon with full standing headroom. To port is a Vis-a-Vis dinette with wooden table. This area converts to a substantial single. Opposite is what can be described as an occasional seat or day bed. This will then become a large single if required but also an ideal place to store the dinette cushions and cockpit cushions.
Immediately forward of the starboard day bed is the inner helm position with well upholstered seat and backrest. A previous owner has cleverly fitted a chart storage bag to the rear. Stainless steel wheel steering with automatic pilot drive. Full engine instrumentation at helm as well as an array of navigational aids.
From hear you step down into the lower part of the vessel. To port is the U-shaped galley with easy clean fitted worktops and deep storage lockers fitted with louvered doors for ventilation. There is a top loading fridge for perishables and a Force 10 gas fuelled oven with 2-burner hob and separate grill. Stainless steel sink with pressurised hot and cold water tap. Additional foot operated fresh water tap to save battery power on passage. fresh water is filtered for purity. Above the galley is an opening port and a roof hatch with extractor fan.
Opposite the galley is the heads compartment. Again a clever use of available space with oval stainless steel sink, angled unit with storage below. Three cupboards for products built into the hull. Pull out shower head with sump pump out. Marine head with protective cover when showering. Holding tank.
in the bow is the forepeak berth. This cabin has its own privacy door and has plentiful storage solutions. Beneath the dressing seat to port is a waste laundry bag. Behind it is a shelved storage cupboard. Opposite is a hanging wardrobe and built into the base of the bed is drawer storage and cupboard access to holding tank and valves. On either side of the double bed are his and her storage cupboards. The cabin is light with 4 opening portholes and an opening deck hatch.

  • New shower sump pump 2023
  • New holding tank macerator pump 2023
  • Custom built drawer for cutlery and crockery
  • Curtains and blinds for all windows and ports
  • Webasto cabin heating
  • TV point
  • Radio MP3 player


Heavily constructed GRP sailing yacht with fin keel and wheel steering. Ivory topsides with smart dark green band. Raised bulwarks with teak capping. Stainless steel bow and stern rails conjoined by oversized stanchions and double set guardwires.
Stainless steel bow fitting with double roller. Teak grab rails mounted on coachroof and deck saloon. Large self bailing cockpit with oversized deck drains. Cockpit locker storage port and starboard. Hinged curved helm seat with cushion. Binnacle mounted steering wheel with fold down teak table. Helm control built into cockpit coaming. Stainless steel frame with mount for solar panel, wind generator and radar. There are seats built into aft rails for comfort and visibility. Stainless steel ladder with teak tread at transom.
Hull has been copper coated eliminating the need for an annual antifoul. Topsides cleaned and polished April 2024.

  • Electric windlass
  • Lead ballast keel
  • Cockpit cushions
  • Cockpit table
  • Hydrovane self steering


Cruising Speed

5.5 knots

Engine Count


Engine Horse Power


Engine Hours


Engine Location


Max Speed Knots


Propeller Type

3 Blade, Bronze






William Crealock

Hull Material


Hull Type



Bridge Clearance

13 meters

Cabin Headroom

1.92 meters


5713 kilograms

Drive Transmission Description


Drive Up

1.52 meters

Engine Year


Engine Type


Fuel Tanks Capacity

362 liters

No of Heads


Holding Tanks Capacity

80 liters

Keel Type

Fin Keel

Water Tanks Capacity

300 liters


The Pacific Seacraft 32 Pilothouse is 32 feet long and has a 9.1 feet beam and a draft of 1.52 meters. This 1993 diesel Pacific Seacraft 32 Pilothouse powered by Nanni N4.38 with 38.0 horsepower is capable of reaching a maximum speed of 7.5 knots and a cruising speed of 5.5 knots. The Pacific Seacraft 32 Pilothouse is made of fiberglass.



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