'Jormungandr', a Crealock 37 Sailboat for Sale
(Seattle, Washington, USA)
Jormungandr is a 1978 Cruising Consultants Crealock 37 for sale. She's moored in a transferable liveaboard slip on Lake Union in Seattle - and priced to sell quickly!
If you are familiar with Crealocks / Pacific Seacrafts, you know they are one of the most highly respected and sought-after bluewater sailboats ever made.
An internet search will show that this is one of the lowest-priced Crealocks currently for sale anywhere in the world.
Crealock 37 General Specification:
Underwater Profile: Fin keel and rudder on full skeg
Rig: Cutter (sloop and yawl rigs also available)
Length Overall: 36'11" (11.25m)
Waterline Length: 27'9" (8.46m)
Beam: 10'10" (3.30m)
Draft: 5.4" (1.62)
Displacement: 16,000lb (7,257kg)
Ballast: 6,000lb (2,722kg)
Construction: GRP (Fiberglass)
Ballast Type: Lead
Built by: Cruising Consultants, Pacific Seacraft
Designed by: Bill Crealock
Crealock 37 Design Ratios:
Sail Area/Displacement: 14.5
Comfort Ratio: 34.0
Capsize Screening Formula: 1.72
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Only 16 of these world voyagers were built by Cruising Consultants before Pacific Seacraft bought the rights to the design. This is Hull #2, built under the direction of William “Gentleman Bill” Crealock himself. It was used as his showboat on the touring circuit and is a custom one-off design. There is no other Crealock or Pacific Seacraft like it in existence.
In the last couple years, the following were updated/upgraded:
- New thru hulls
- New salon settee cushions
- New odorless head system: macerating electric head, new holding tank, new deck fill, new hoses & new valves
- New refrigeration
- New Racor 500 MA Dual Manifold Turbine Marine Diesel Fuel Filter - with Heat Shields & Selector Valve
- New port diesel tank, all hoses replaced including deck fill
- New alternator
- New exhaust elbow & hoses
- New radar mast (currently uninstalled)
- New electric windlass foot switch on deck
- Rocna galvanized steel 44 lb. anchor and swivel
The following were updated / upgraded in the last few months:
- New tiller & single lever engine control
- New freshwater system: 2 brand new Ronco Plastics BPA-free, food-grade plastic potable water tanks, 42 gallons each. All-PEX plumbing and under-sink charcoal filter. These tanks produce incredible-tasting water (no hint of any plastic odor/taste).
- New Italian-made Marco UP3/E fresh water pump (the quietest pump on the market, self-priming)
- Bomar 100 Series hatches, newly sandblasted and repainted, bedded with heavy-duty offshore 3/16” tinted cast acrylic
- New ARG Series Single Raw Water Strainer with monel basket & new hoses
- New engine stop switch, installed in cockpit
- New salon settee facia & tops
- Cockpit cushions (Made of high quality Sunbrella fabric and closed-cell foam, they are 100% water repellent and also double as flotation devices.)
- 27 HP Yanmar 3GM30F engine. Runs extremely well & starts up like a charm, even cold. No hour meter, but hours are low. Performed all engine system services upon purchase (oil , transmission, cooling, and fuel with all new filters) and have regularly checked and maintained them weekly since.
- Straight shaft drive w/ PYI Inc. PSS (packless sealing system) dripless shaft seal
- Alpha Marine Systems hydraulic ram underdeck electric autopilot
- Harken Headstay Rolling Furler
- Depth Sounder
- Fixed mount Icom ICM45 VHF marine radio
- Mainsail + cover
- Jib (on furler)
- Brincy Marlin Radial sail
- Storm jib sail (Windward Sails)
- Trysail (Windward Sails)
- 110 jib sail (Windward Sails)
- Folding grapnel dinghy anchor
- Oak folding salon dinette table with built-in storage and foot brackets
- Gimballed 3-burner stove
- Magma gas grill
- Newport Dickinson Propane Fireplace/Heater
- Canvas covers for winches and cockpit instruments, etc.
- Bosun’s chair
On board but not installed:
- New Odyssey Extreme Group 31 AGM batteries (400 Ah house bank and 100 Ah starter)
- New ProMariner ProNautic 1240P battery charger w/ ProNautic Remote Display (still in the box).
- Victron Energy 1000W Phoenix Inverter (still in the box)
- 25 GPH Sea Recovery Watermaker - an older model recently removed from a 100’ yacht in working order, but in need of servicing
- Monitor Windvane self-steering system
- Monitor emergency rudder
This boat is cutter rigged.
It is currently USCG documented. All paperwork, manuals, etc. have been diligently kept by previous owners and organized into binders which are onboard.
The boat has been kept in freshwater since being relocated to Lake Union from Puget Sound a year ago. It was last bottom painted a couple years ago and was dove on last summer, at which time the hull was cleaned and had new zincs installed.
The boat previously had a dodger but it was not in good condition and has been removed (it is stowed onboard).