1997 Pacific Seacraft Crealock 34

$99 900

1997 Pacific Seacraft Crealock 34

Name: Felicity
Fuel type
Hull material

Your Day on the Water just got better!

“Felicity” offers fast performance under sail, sea kindliness, and ease of handling, comfort and timeless beauty. “Felicity” has had one owner and always resided on the cold, clean, fresh waters of The Great Lakes.

Contact Information

  • 520 S WATER ST MILWAUKEE, WI 53204
  • 262-498-2969
  • Monday – Friday: 9:00AM – 5:00PM Saturday: 9:00AM – 4:00PM Sunday: By Appt
Ed Jirsa Cpyb
Ed Jirsa

Below decks, “Felicity” is light, airy and exceptionally commodious with 6-foot 3-inch headroom; a spacious, versatile salon; U-shaped gourmet galley; and bunk space for six. Her quality is evident in solid chromed, bronze fittings, teak joinery, a hand laid-up hull and molded fiberglass interior.

The forward cabin has a double 6′ 6″ x 71″ vee berth w/filler cushion, two cedar lined hanging lockers, shelves w/fiddle rails, storage drawers, screened deck hatch, and opening port w/screens, and reading lights.

The head is to port with a manual head & holding tank (deck discharge with by pass for direct pump out), stainless steel sink, pressure water & manual foot pump, molded counter top, large mirror, handheld shower, teak shower grate, and independent shower sump pump, cabinet, and storage shelves, one opening port and a Dorade vent.

The salon’s starboard settee makes a comfortable 6′ 6″ single berth with storage behind and outboard. The port settee also has storage behind and outboard and can serve as a 6′ 6″ double berth. The dining table can be folded up to aid moving about below decks. Good light and ventilation are provided by 12V DC cabin fans, multiple opening ports w/screens, Dorade vents, screened deck hatches, and the companionway has both proper drop boards and screens. The interior grab rails make movement below decks safe and secure in a seaway.

the U-shaped galley to port has storage galore, double stainless steel sinks near center line with a cold water foot pump, hot and cold pressure water with a 6 gallon, 110V AC/engine heated hot water heater, a large 6 cubic foot, insulated ice box, a gimbaled, three burner Force 10 propane stove with oven, and built in waste basket.

The forward facing navigation station is to starboard at the front of the 7′ 7″ x 34″ quarter berth. There are additional storage shelves under and outboard.

  • Raymarine ST6000+ Autopilot
  • Ritchie SP-5 Steering Compass on Pedestal
  • B & G Wind
  • B & G Speed (needs new sensor)
  • B & G Depth
  • Apelco 5160 Marine VHF Radio
  • Raytheon RL-70-C Gps/Chart Plotter/Radar
  • Raytheon Radar Mounted on Stern Pole
  • JVC AM/FM/CD/Stereo Sound System w/Cabin & Cockpit Speakers
  • Windex
  • Inclinometer
  • (3) Batteries
  • Battery Parallel Switch
  • Lewco 1220 20 amp Automatic Battery Charger
  • 55 amp Alternator
  • 50′ 30 amp Shore Power Cord
  • 12 Volt DC Electronic Panel w/Battery Tester
  • 110 Volt AC Panel w/Circuit Breakers
  • Lightning Grounded
  • GFCI
  • LED Cabin Lights
  • Double Anchor Roller
  • 35 lb. CQR Anchor w/20′ Chain to 200′ Nylon Rode
  • Danforth 13-S Anchor w/Nylon Rode
  • Double Chain Locker
  • Stern Anchor Locker w/Anchor Roller
  • Bow Pulpit and Stern Rail
  • Stainless Steel Double Lifelines 30″ High with Port and Starboard Boarding Gates
  • Six Mooring Cleats
  • Two Dorade Vents
  • Dodger w/5 Zip-Out Windows
  • Cockpit Awning Attaches to Dodger
  • (3) Fenders
  • (9) Dock Lines
  • Flares, Bell, Horn, (3) Fires Extinguishers, Wood Plugs
  • First Aid Kit
  • (6) Adult PFDs
  • Life Sling Mounted on Stern Rail
  • Nav Lights – Port and Starboard Running Lights are up on the bow pulpit for good visibility. Stern Light is mounted up on the stern rail. The steaming light/deck light is on the front of the mast.
  • Boat Hook
  • Boarding Ladder w/Teak Rungs
  • Solid Teak Rub Strake
  • Teak Toe Rail/Cap Rail on Top of Minimum 6″ Fiberglass Bulwark
  • Cruise Equipped and Very Easy to Single Hand
  • Standing Rigging is 1 x 9 Stainless Steel Wire
  • Running Back Stays (only necessary w/Staysail in extreme conditions)
  • Harken MKII Roller Furling Jib
  • Manual Boom Vang
  • Lazy Jack Main Sail Flaking System
  • Inboard and Outboard Jib Tracks w/ Harken Cars


  • Full Batten Dacron Main Sail w/2 Reef Points
  • Dacron Roller Furling 130% Genoa w/ UV Cover
  • Dacron Roller Furling Staysail w/ Wire Luff & UV Cover
  • Asymmetrical Spinnaker w/ Sock

Sail Area: 649 sq. ft.

Painted Aluminum Mast with Single Spreaders is Deck Stepped

Harken Cabin Top Mainsheet Traveler

Deck Mounted Telescoping, Adjustable Whisker Pole

“Single Hander’s Package” All Halyards and Reefs Lines Led Aft Through Turning

Blocks, Deck Organizers and Rope Clutches

(2) Harken #43 Self-Tailing Two Speed Primary Winches

(3) Harken #16 Self-Tailing Winches on Cabin top

(2) Locking Winch Handles

Mechanical Equipment & Engine Details

Manual bilge pump

Automatic bilge pump

Engine throttle, shift lever and wheel brake are on the steering pedestal

Engine emergency alarm

Engine emergency stop

Fresh water cooling

Primary and secondary fuel filters

Diesel fuel and propane stove shut off valves

20# propane tank in vented stern locker

The Groco manual head discharges to a holding tank.  The overboard discharge has been rendered inoperable by removing the handle

Leather covered Edson stainless steel steering wheel – manual cable and quadrant steering

Emergency tiller

2 Blade 17X10 fixed sailprop on a 1” stainless steel shaft

Raw water strainer

Proper bronze seacocks

Epoxy moisture barrier coat

Petit Trinidad SR bottom paint

Heavy duty custom steel cradle

Pacific Seacraft and other operating manuals

Upgrades, Improvements & Care

1997 Added options to NEW boat                                                       

Purchase & install CQR 35# anchor, chain & nylon rode

Purchase & install “Life Sling” on stern rail

Autohelm ST6000 below-deck Autopilot installed

Installed main VHF marine radio, antenna & wiring.

Installed 10 port light insect screens

Installed additional removable galley countertop over stove

Installed 3 BC fire extinguishers in cabin and 1 in cockpit locker

Replaced 2 overhead lights at nav station & in head w/red & white lights

Installed flag & radar reflector halyards on spreaders

Installed lightening protector (static dissipater) at masthead


Installed custom dodger w/5 window panels and awning

Installed custom roller furling staysail & cutter rig hardware, halyard and running backstays for staysail (for extreme sailing conditions)

Purchased custom pedestal/compass cover, mainsail cover & winch covers


Fabricated and mounted clear plastic cover for engine control panel

Applied 3 coats of Interlux polyurethane satin varnish to cabin sole

Added 3rd battery w/associated wiring & switches

Installed JVC AM/FM, CD, and Cassette tape player sound system w/cabin & cockpit speakers

Installed jib whisker pole, mounting brackets, mast track for adjustable pole height & pole storage brackets

Purchased asymmetrical cruising spinnaker

Installed spinnaker handling hardware & equipment


Replaced alternator v-belt (subsequent replacements as needed)

Added voltage-dropping resistor to prolong foredeck light bulb life

Sanded & applied 3 coats of Sikkens Cetol to exterior teak

Installed laced leather cover on steering wheel


Applied two coats of Petit Trinidad bottom paint

Installed new pedestal guard and instrument pods

Installed radar, chart plotter, GPS, radar mast, radar antenna, GPS antenna & all related wiring

Replaced pedestal/instrument/compass/wheel cover to accommodate new equipment


Installed steering wheel stowage equipment

Modified boom vang to double as MOB lift in conjunction with Life Sling or PFD/harness


Installed “Zap Stopper” on alternator to protect from voltage spikes

Torqued engine head bolts to specification

Adjusted engine valve clearances to specification & replaced valve cover casket

Had mainsail, Genoa & Staysail cleaned along w/minor stitching repairs


Purchased custom awning for forward hatch to provide ventilation in rain

Replaced corroded mast wiring connectors


Replaced primary winch covers, re-stitched dodger and replaced Velcro fasteners as needed

Cleaned Mainsail & Genoa and repaired some stitching

Had cockpit, cabin top & sides professionally cleaned & waxed


Rebuilt leaking steering compass w/new diaphragm, seals & fluid


Had topsides professionally buffed & waxed

Cleaned Mainsail & Genoa and repaired some stitching


Professional painting of hull topsides w/Awlgrip “Awlcraft” paint


Professional strip, sand, prep of all exterior teak & application of 4 coats of Sikkens Cetol


Professional buff & wax of cockpit, deck, cabin top and sides


Repaired dodger & awning sun damage to zippers & stitching

Replaced 2 batteries


Professional wash & wax of deck, cockpit, cabin top and sides

Professional exterior teak varnishing

Cleaned Staysail and made minor repairs

Disassembled, inspected & lubricated masthead truck sheaves & bearings


Replaced window in dodger & re-stitched mainsail cover & awning as needed

Repaired scratches in topsides (dock rash)


Replaced all mast lights with LED bulbs

Replaced majority of interior cabin lights with LED bulbs


Professional detailing of interior & exterior

Pacific Seacraft yachts are known to be turnkey, top quality, offshore cruising boats. Their beautiful teak interiors match the comfort of their sea kindly hulls. “Felicity” could serve you well as your family summer get away and later as your retirement world cruiser.

Personal belongings and tools.

Special Yard Hours

Hours for the yard will be Tuesday through Sunday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. You may call us at 847 336-5456 or email us at Schedule@larsenmarine.com. 

Please be advised that like many other communities, Waukegan has a requirement for face coverings. Please do not enter any building where you boat is not stored, especially our workshops and Service Departments.