Pacific Seacraft 31

Boat Name: Hazel James
Summary Information:
  • Year:1990
  • Length:31'
  • Located In:GA, United States
  • Hull Material:Fiberglass
  • LOA: 31 ft 10 in
  • Beam: 10 ft 0 in
  • LWL: 24 ft 2 in
  • Maximum Draft: 4 ft 11 in
  • Displacement: 11000 lbs
  • Ballast: 4400 lbs

Hazel James is a 1990 31ft Pacific Seacraft. The boat was designed by William Crealock and built by Pacific Seacraft. Some of her many features are 12V refrigeration, Yanmar 3GM diesel, Dickerson cabin heater, radar, full electronics, new running gear, and much more. Please read full listing for all features.

Layouts and Accommodations: The Pacific Seacraft 31 differs from the larger boats in the range in that it makes a departure from the traditional double ender styling in favor of a near vertical transom which opens up more space in the aft sections. The long cruising fin, bustle and skeg hung rudder is still there and above deck a cutter rig is retained, though there is an option for a simpler though less ocean-going sloop rig. There is a shoal draft version which features a Scheel keel drawing 4′ over the standard 4′ 11″. The patented Scheel keel is said to reduced leeway and improve tracking over a standard shoal draft fin. Other variations include tiller steering found in earlier boats, later boats offered Edson rack-and-pinion steering. On deck is a relatively large cabin truck with lots of portlights. The cabin top is flat featuring a large forward two-way hatch as well as twin dorade vents. Further back in the cockpit are seats that are 7 feet long with contoured backs; three lockers are below the seats, there’s also a vented gas locked on the starboard coming. The helmsman also has a contoured seat. Down below the boat has a very open feel which is usually the domain of much larger vessels. The V-berth is 6′ 6″ in length with plenty of storage alongside the hull, as well as above and below the berths. A curtain separates the V-berth from the main saloon. In the saloon are twin settees either side of the table which seats six comfortably and attaches to the compression post. The table can be stowed away completely beneath the V-berth. Further back on port is the galley with its two burner stove and twin sinks, unfortunately both are a decent distance from the boat’s centerline . Opposite on starboard is a standup nav-station. There’s also a seagoing double berth on the port quarter which can be access by climbing through behind the galley. The engine is located in the usual location below the companionway stairs which forms an engine cover, there is very good access from all sides to the engine and the stuffing box is very easy to reach.
  • Stainless steel double sink
  • Two burner propane stove with oven
  • 12V refrigeration Adler Barbour
  • Hot and cold pressure water
  • Custom slide out dinette
Hull and Deck:
  • Danforth 135
  • Bruce 33
  • Simpson Lawrence manual with chain gypsy
  • CQR 46
  • 1/2 nylon rode with chain
  • Wind steering
Engine-1-description item:
  • Engine Brand: Yanmar
  • Engine Model: 3GM30F
  • Engine Hours: 3688
  • Fresh Water Tanks: (65 Gallons)
  • Fuel Tanks: (30 Gallons)
Engine and Mechanical Equipment:
  • Yanmar 3GM30F 3688 hours
  • 2 Bladed prop 15X10RH
  • Prop, shaft, cutlass, stuffing box new 6/16/2016
  • Dickenson heating stove
  • Electric bilge pump
  • Manual bilge pump
  • Charles 20 amp charger
  • Three group 27
  • 30 amp shore power
  • 15/30 amp adapter
  • Balmar battery regulator
  • Cabin fans
  • Compass Ritchie Globemaster
  • Garmin GPS Map 182C
  • Furuno 16mi with Furuno repeater radar
  • Raymarine ST 60 Depth
  • Raymarine ST 60 Speed
  • Raymarine ST 60 Wind
  • Raymarine ST70 Auto Pilot
  • Stereo
Sails and Rigging:
  • Mainsail full batten
  • Genoa Harken Furler
  • Staysail
  • Lazy Jacks
  • Selden Rod Kicker Vang
  • Spinnaker Pole
  • (2) #43 S/T winches
  • (1) #15 S/T winches
  • (1) #16 S/T winches
  • (5) #8 winches
  • Life sling
  • Life raft 4 man
  • PFD's
  • Fenders
  • Dock Lines
  • BBQ Grill