The Pacific Seacraft 40 and the Crealock 40 are actually the same boat, just with different names.
The Pacific Seacraft 40 is the official name given by the manufacturer, Pacific Seacraft, while the Crealock 40 is the name used by some sailors and reviewers to honour the designer, William Crealock. The boat was introduced in 1997 as a modernized and bigger sister of the famous Crealock 37.
The Pacific Seacraft 40 is designed for long-distance voyaging and offshore cruising. It has a sensible and spacious interior layout that can accommodate up to six people comfortably. It has a U-shaped galley, a seagoing double quarter berth, a forward cabin with an island queen bed, and a large head with a separate shower stall. It has plenty of well-thought-out storage space for provisions, gear, and equipment. It also has good engine access and a large fuel capacity of 70 gallons.
The Pacific Seacraft 40 is not a speed demon, but it can log consistent 140-mile days and do so with very good sea comfort. The boat is well balanced and directional stability is good, making it easy to helm. It is also seaworthy, sea-kindly, and capable of handling heavy weather conditions.
The Pacific Seacraft 40 is a high-quality boat that is built to last and has a reputation for excellence. It is internationally recognized to be among the finest bluewater sailing yachts in the world.