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Last Dance31' Pacific Seacraft Pacific Seacraft 31 2019

$ 270,500

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The Pacific Seacraft 31 was designed by W.I.B. Crealock for the adventurous sailor looking for a versatile and reliable blue water cruiser. This vessel is the perfect combination of strength and comfort, built with the highest quality materials and meticulous attention to detail, by Pacific Seacraft in Washington, NC.

One of the standout features of the Pacific Seacraft 31 is its seaworthy design. The hull is made of hand-laid fiberglass, providing a strong and durable base that can handle the toughest conditions. The vessel’s extended cruising fin keel and skeg-hung rudder provide excellent stability and control, making it easy to handle in challenging conditions.

Last Dance is a beautiful example of a Pacific Seacraft 31! She is nearly new and well equipped with optional equipment, including a cutter rig, shoal draft keel (4'), bow thruster, anchor windlass, inverter/charger, reverse cycle AC/heat, and custom hard top dodger.

If you're looking for a vessel that you can trust, look no further than Last Dance. She is in the water at a private dock on Spring Creek in New Bern, NC.


United Yacht Sales is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by S&J Yachts. It is offered as a convenience by this broker/dealer to its clients and is not intended to convey direct representation of a particular vessel

Specifications

  • Price USD:$ 270,500
  • Builder:

    Pacific Seacraft

  • Model:

    Pacific Seacraft 31

  • Year:

    2019

  • Location:

    New Bern, North Carolina, United States

  • Type:

    Sail Yacht

  • LOA: 31 ft 10 in
  • Display Length: 31 ft
  • Beam: 9' 10"
  • Yacht Category

    Cruisers

  • Water Capacity: 65 gals
  • Fuel Capacity: 19.5 gals
  • Engine Details: Yanmar 3YM30
  • Engine 1: 146.00 HRS 29.00 HP
  • Engine Fuel: Diesel
  • Days on Market:

The Pacific Seacraft 31 was designed by W.I.B. Crealock for the adventurous sailor looking for a versatile and reliable blue water cruiser. This vessel is the perfect combination of strength and comfort, built with the highest quality materials and meticulous attention to detail, by Pacific Seacraft in Washington, NC.

One of the standout features of the Pacific Seacraft 31 is its seaworthy design. The hull is made of hand-laid fiberglass, providing a strong and durable base that can handle the toughest conditions. The vessel’s extended cruising fin keel and skeg-hung rudder provide excellent stability and control, making it easy to handle in challenging conditions.

Last Dance is a beautiful example of a Pacific Seacraft 31! She is nearly new and well equipped with optional equipment, including a cutter rig, shoal draft keel (4'), bow thruster, anchor windlass, inverter/charger, reverse cycle AC/heat, and custom hard top dodger.

If you're looking for a vessel that you can trust, look no further than Last Dance. She is in the water at a private dock on Spring Creek in New Bern, NC.

The functional interior layout of the Pacific Seacraft 31 maximizes space and comfort. There is a V-berth forward, followed by a main salon with a table and a galley to port. The dining table slides out from beneath the forward berth when needed. Adjacent to the galley, on the starboard side, is a chart table with a fold-out chart drawer. The top of the chart table top opens for access to the refrigerator, which is larger than expected for a boat of this size. Aft of the salon is a double berth with a privacy curtain. The head is to starboard. There is excellent storage space throughout the interior of the vessel. The interior is finished in attractive oiled teak, stainless steel fittings, and a teak and holly cabin sole. 

  • Air Conditioning and Heat: 12,000 BTU Dometic AC
  • (3) Caframo fans
  • Ten stainless steel opening ports with screens
  • One deck hatch with a stainless steel solar vent
  • Head with toilet, storage, shower sump, and a pull out shower faucet
  • Teak hand rails mounted to the interior ceiling for safety
  • V-berth and quarter berth privacy curtains
  • Stand up chart table with a fold-out drawer for storage
  • USB charging ports
  • 110 volt outlets
  • Approximately 6' 2" headroom 

The Galley is equipped with a two-burner gimballed stove with oven, a stainless steel sink with a faucet, solid surface counter top, cabinets and a larger than expected refrigerator located under the navigation desk top. 

  • Sea Frost 12v refrigeration 
  • LP Force 10 oven and two burner stove
  • Double stainless steel sink with a cover
  • Excellent storage for provisions and dishes
  • 9" Chart Plotter: Garmin GMI multi function display, GPSMAP 942 mounted at the helm
  • Autopilot: Garmin Reactor linear drive autopilot with control/rudder position indicator at helm
  • Garmin wind speed and direction at helm
  • Garmin VHF 210 with AIS receiver, remote mic at the helm
  • Ritchie binnacle mounted compass
  • Airmar UDST800 ultrasonic transducer 
  • Garmin Gwind masthead wind transducer 
  • Side-Power bow thruster control at the helm
  • Wireless remote for the bow thruster and windlass
  • Approximately 65 gallons of fresh water
  • (2) fresh water tanks supply the fresh water system
  • Jabsco fresh water pump and strainer
  • 5 gallon hot water heater
  • Sink in galley with hot/cold faucet
  • Sink in the head with a hot/cold faucet
  • Shower and sump pump in the head
  • Raritan "Fresh Head" manual toilet uses fresh water to control odor
  • Holding tank with deck pump out and a Y valve for overboard flush
  • Macerator
  • RuleMate automatic bilge pump
  • Manual bilge pump
  • Propane system for the stove/oven with a 12 volt panel breaker and Trident control switch
  • Yanmar 3YM30 fresh water cooled, 3-cylinder, 29 HP diesel engine
  • 146 engine hours
  • Direct shaft with a 3-blade MaxProp Easy feathering propeller 
  • Fuel filter
  • Dripless shaft seal
  • Engine alternator
  • 19.5 gallon fiberglass diesel fuel tank
  • Single lever engine control
  • BOW THRUSTER - Imtra Side-Power SE50/140S, 12V bow thruster with helm control and a separate remote control
  • ANCHOR WINDLASS - Lofrans Project vertical low profile 1,000 watt, 12V windlass
  • Edson rack and pinion steering 
  • Auto pilot

Last Dance has a versatile cutter rig with a fully-battened main sail, furling 130% genoa and a hank-on staysail with a removable inner forestay. When dropping the main sail, the Dutchman flaking system keeps the main tidy. There are upgraded primary winches coach roof winches.  

  • Main Sail: Fully battened main with Dutchman flaking system for easy handling
  • Genoa: 130% furling genoa with UV cover
  • Staysail: Removable inner forestay with a hank-on staysail, sheets and halyard
  • Selden mast and boom
  • Selden rod kicker boom vang
  • Selden main sail/batten slides
  • Selden main traveler
  • Spinnaker pole track installed on mast
  • Electric winch handle: Winchrite cordless rechargeable winch handle
  • (2) Seldon S48 primary winches
  • (4) Seldon S30 cabin top winches
  • (6) Spinlock cabin top line stoppers
  • Detachable line bags near the line stoppers for storage
  • 1/19 wire rigging with external chainplates
  • Deck stepped mast with a compression post

Last Dance is equipped with 12 volt DC and 120 volt AC power.

120 volt AC system and equipment: 

  • 120 volt panel and breakers
  • 30 Amp shore power connection with a switch and breaker
  • 30 Amp shore power cord
  • AC outlets
  • Water heater
  • 12,000 BTU Dometic AC unit runs off shore power
  • Inverter/Charger: Xantrex Freedom XC 2000 (2000 watt AC supply and 80 Amp charger)
  • Xantrex Freedom X control panel

12 volt DC system and equipment:

  • 80 Amp Charger: Xantrex Freedom XC 2000
  • AGM house battery
  • Engine start battery
  • Bow thruster/windlass battery: 
  • Windlass
  • Bow thruster
  • Engine alternator
  • Battery switch 
  • Xantrex LinkLite battery monitor
  • Bilge pump
  • Electronics
  • Nav lights
  • Cabin lights
  • Bi-color LED lighting for hard dodger
  • Sea Frost 12v refrigeration
  • (3) USB charging ports
  • (3) Caframo 12v fans
  • Stainless steel anchor platform with two anchor rollers
  • WINDLASS: Lofrans Project 1000 windlass with foot controls and a wireless remote
  • Vulcan 33 lbs. anchor, swivel, 70' high test chain and 70' of rode
  • Fortress FX 11 back up anchor
  • Two dorade boxes with screens and canvas covers
  • Teak cabin top handrails
  • Lifelines, S/S pulpit, S/S pushpit
  • Stern and side gates
  • (6) deck cleats
  • Custom fiberglass hardtop dodger with stainless steel handholds and two red/white LED lights
  • Canvas and strata glass windshield for the hard dodger
  • Bimini
  • Cockpit cushions
  • Cockpit lazarettes 
  • Mainsail, and winch covers
  • Oiled exterior teak
  • Nonskid decking
  • Flat stern with a folding swim ladder
  • Propane locker on the starboard side
  • Manual bilge pump
  • Life ring 
  • Dock lines and fenders
  • PFDs 
  • Boat hook
  • Stern boarding ladder
  • Torqeedo 1003C, long shaft electric outboard
  • DINGHY: Portland Pudgy with boarding ladder/fender, boat covers, bow bumper, and oars. (The dinghy conveys with the Vessel; however, the Seller does not have the MSO, bill of sale, or title/registration, so the ownership cannot be legally transferred. 
  • The bottom was painted with Interlux Micron CSC ablative paint in March 2022

Pacific Seacraft Yachts are built for the seas. The basics of the design have stayed the same because the demands of the seas haven’t changed.

The interior of the Pacific Seacraft 31 is a product of Joseph Artese Design and marks an entirely new and refreshing departure from earlier cruising interiors. Artese is a specialist in innovative yacht interiors and has applied his unique experience to the PS 31, developing an interior that is fresh, contemporary, and versatile.

Some boats are built to look like cruising boats, while others truly are built to cruise. Here’s one from the latter category, with the kinds of systems, construction and detailing to prove it. In fact, throughout this 31-footer it is easy to recognize that she’s built for the reality of cruising rather than the illusion.

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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