24′ Pacific Seacraft Dana 24
Length · 24’2″
Year · 1989
Construction · GRP
Underwater profile · Long Keel
Sleeping berths · 4
Engine · 1 x diesel 18hp, Yanmar 2GM20F (1989)
Lying · Tacoma, Washington USA – Shown by Appointment
Pacific Seacraft Dana 24
Great in the PNW or Open Water
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The William Crealock-designed Pacific Seacraft Dana 24 is well known in the sailing world for its sturdy construction, its compact efficient design and for being comfortable and capable in the waters of the Pacific Northwest or in the open ocean.
This Dana 24 in particular was outfitted for a trip to Hawaii by its current owner. She has bee outfitted with Monitor weather vane steering, autopilot, an EPirb (last inspected in 2018) a life raft (last inspected in 2018), radar reflectors, engine spares, emergency repair kits and even a vice attached to the bottom of a storage lid! Every thing is nicely organized, labeled and close at hand.
Step aboard and your brain says “let’s go sailing”!!!