Boat Specs

Make/Model: 1989 Pacific Seacraft 31

Type: Cutter

LOA 31′ 10″

LWL 24′ 2″

Beam 9′ 10″

Draft 4′ 11″

Displacement 11,000 Lbs

Ballast 4,400 Lbs

Sail Area 485sf

Water: 65 Gal.

Fuel 30 Gal Diesel

Engine 27hp 3 cyl Yanmar



3 Responses to Boat Specs

  1. bruce says:

    We are considering a PS 31 , downsizing from a Valiant 40. Seems like this is smaller with similar seaworthiness characteristics of the Valiant.

    I’ve not had a chance to view one yet and I’m wondering what you do about the lack of a hanging locker?

  2. Cindy says:

    Hi Bruce. There are 2 hanging lockers but the one aft of the head is used for our Spectra 200 watermaker and the other for fowl weather gear. Our clothes we put in bags in the foot space forward of the settees. It will be an adjustment to downsize but we have found the ease of sailing, dock space and maintenance costs to be well worth it. And yes, a Pacific Seacraft 31 is very reliable at sea. We adore her and trust her with our lives

  3. Vicki Hurt says:

    Have a PCS 31, 1990 hull 55, and it came with the rings on mast, deck, shroud, and staysail. I’ve not put the shroud up and sail as am not sure how to rig it to raise and lower (blocks etc). There is a place to run the lines back to the cockpit but there are no tracks for that sail. Would love to know how yours is setup! Just found your page and so glad. Thanks! – Vicki sv Bent Whisker, PSC 31, Annapolis MD.

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