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"Gratitude" is a fast trawler with a Pacific Seacraft pedigree. For more than twenty years, Pacific Seacraft has built a reputation for rugged offshore performance, classic design, and unmatched value in blue water sailboats. With their introduction in 1999 of the Pacific Seacraft 38T, these same timeless qualities became available to the power cruising enthusiast.
Pacific Seacraft teamed up with renowned designer, Bruce King, to create the 38T. She offers her owners fast cruising at 20 knots, and capable of a range of more than 400 nautical miles. Accommodations for four are luxurious, yet designed for tough use in a variety of conditions - whether cruising from Seattle to Baja, Chicago to Georgian Bay, or Boston to Nova Scotia.
"Gratitude" is a beautifully maintained example of this highly popular fast trawler. 7/11/2018 PRICE REDUCED by $10,000 TO SELLNow $189,900. Don't wait on this one.
2315.00 HRS 325.00 HP
2315.00 HRS 325.00 HP
The full-beam master, with a 6'6" island berth, solid-brass lighting fixtures, teak ceilings along the hull, and raised-panel and louvered teak doors, is the largest and most comfortable room onboard. You descend into it from the saloon by means of a three-step teak stairway, with matching handrails. In the master's after-most corner, starboard side is a companionway hatch onto the aft deck. Other details include built-in bookshelves and a number of drawers and shelves as well as a cedar-lined hanging locker to port. The enclosed head has a separate stall shower.
The galley/saloon/lower helm area layout is very practical. Amenities include a full size refrigerator/freezer in the galley with Corian counter tops, a double stainless steel sink with a Grohe faucet with sprayer. There is a built-in microwave and as tainless steel Force 10 propane range/oven. The vented propane tank is located under the starboard loungeon the flying bridge. Because the saloon/galley sole is elevated toprovide plenty of clearance in the engine room beneath, there's excellent visibility through an array of windows, both from the lower helm station to starboard, with fold -down seat and adjacent weather deck pocket door, and the dinette area to port, with its L-shape lounge (storage below) and built-in ice maker. A second pocket door, just aft the dinette, offers additional ventilation and port side weather deck access.
The guest cabin forward has a 7' long over sized vee-berth, brass lighting fixtures and raised panel louvered doors. There is plenty of storage and an enclosed head with a hand held shower.
Data from: Power and Motoryacht Test and Review by Capt. Bill Pike ~ July 1999
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