40' Pacific Seacraft 2004



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40' Pacific Seacraft 2004 Sodalis


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Sodalis is the best Pacific Seacraft 40 on the market today and is the newest available WITH the best options. Never hard cruised. Never south. Excellent condition.

LeisureFurl Mainsail & Electric Main Halyard Winch

Optional Factory Aluminum Toerail and shoal keel

Cruisair Air Conditioning w/Dehumidify & Heat Modes, 16,000 BTU (2008)

NextGen 3.5kw Generator - 65 Hrs. (2014)

(3) Lifeline 8D AGM House Batteries (2017)

New Dacron Tri-Radial Staysail (2017)

New 3-Bladed Maxprop (May 2017)

New Glass in Dodger & Bimini (2017)

PowerSurvivor 40E Watermaker (2008)

Electric Macerator Head (2016)

Nice Electronics Including Chartplotter at Nav & Helm, Doppler Radar, Autopilot, ICOM 502 VHS w/Remote Mic, ICOM M802 SSB with NOAA Weather Map & Sailmail USB Modem, B&G Networked Wind & Depth - All Electronics Networked Through NMEA 0183 Network


This is a rare opportunity in the marketplace to purchase a quality cruising yacht! Bill Crealock is considered by many to be the standout designer of rugged bluewater cruising yachts, with the PS-40 widely acknowledged to be the "jewel" in his crown. Sodalis is certainly one of the nicest examples of this pedigreed yacht.

This Pacific Seacraft 40 with a shoal draft keel was commissioned in 2004 in Stonington, Connecticut where she was kept for two years and lightly used. The current owner purchased her in November 2006 and moved her to Chesapeake Bay for installation of state of the art electronics. For four years, the owner made passages to Martha’s Vineyard, Bermuda, UVI, Turks and Caicos and the Bahamas. In January of 2010, she was transported to Texas by truck.

Since then, Sodalis has been sailed on Galveston Bay and the Gulf of Mexico. Numerous improvements have been made, including sail replacements and additions. She has been nicely maintained and well-tuned with many racing trophies to prove her speed under sail. Sodalis has raced in every Harvest Moon Regatta since 2010 and won first in class three times.

With her classic lines and striking hull, she attracts admirers in any harbor she visits. Her beautiful joinery below decks and nice accommodations combine with her sea kindly design to make her a truly practical cruising yacht.

See the full specs for more details and call the Listing Broker today!



Pacific Seacraft



Cruise Speed:


Max Speed:


Range NMI:



12' 5"

Engine Details:

Yanmar 4JH3E

Engine 1:

2004 1100.00 HRS 56.00 HP

Engine 2:

2004 1100.00 HRS 56.00 HP

Engine Fuel:

Inboard Diesel

Fuel Capacity:

63 GAL

Water Capacity:

122 GAL



Factory Upgrades

  • Aluminum toe rail
  • Galley dish shelf
  • Leisurefurl main sail furling system
  • Electric Main Halyard/Furl winch
  • B&G networked wind and depth instruments
  • ICOM 502 VHS radio w/antenna & remote mic
  • Seafrost 12 volt refrigeration

Owner Updates

  • Furuno NavNet VX2 w/CMap 
  • Unique Bulkhead Mounted 15” Chartplotter with Control Board at Helm (2007)
  • 10” Furuno Chartplotter at Nav Station (2007)
  • Simrad AP16 Autopilot (2007)
  • All Electronics Networked through NMEA 0183 Network (2007)
  • ICOM M802 SSB with NOAA Weather Map and Sailmail USB Modem (2008)
  • PowerSurvivor 40E Watermaker (currently pickled) (2008)
  • Cruisair 16000 BTU AC with Dehumidify and Heater Modes (2008)
  • Forespar Track Mounted Whisker Pole (2008)
  • LED Navigation Lights (2008)
  • LED Tricolor (2008)
  • Back Stay Adjuster (2008)
  • Redesigned Dodger and Bimini (2009)
  • Anchor Track Sprit for Asymmetric Spinnaker (2010)
  • Stainless Steel Microwave (2010)
  • Mast Mounted Radar Reflector (2010)
  • 139% UK Halsey Genoa Tri-Radial Dacron Genoa (2012 refurbished in 2017)
  • Folding Leather Wrapped Helm Wheel (2014)
  • NextGen 3.5 KW Generator - 65 Hrs. (2014)
  • Electric Macerator Head (2016)
  • Three Lifeline 8D AGM 255 AH House Batteries (2017)
  • New Glass in Dodger and Bimini (2017)
  • Stay Sail Dacron Tri-Radial (2017)
  • Redesigned furl lines and breaks for Staysail, Genoa, Spin Tackline and Whisker Pole Control Line (2017)
  • Maxprop 3-Bladed Prop (May, 2017)


The interior maintains the function and form that feels comfortable and works. Passage through the cabin is straight and unimpeded. Visual space opens from the galley forward. An aft head is located for easy access from the companionway. The galley is configured to provide hands-free support on either tack.

Interior Details

Sleeps Seven:  Two in the forward master cabin V-berth, two in the starboard aft cabin, two on the starboard, U-shaped salon dinette which converts into a double berth and one on the salon port settee.

  • Varnished teak woodwork
  • White formica cabin house sides
  • Louvered locker doors & solid drop doors with hidden hinges
  • Louvered cabin doors (top half only)
  • Panel head door with piano hinges
  • Positive push button locks on all locker doors & drawers
  • 6’ 5” headroom with teak and holly sole banded in solid teak
  • Positive push button latches on all locker doors
  • Wrapped 4 in. foam cushions
  • Zippered vinyl headliner for easy access to deck hardware & wiring
  • Lee Cloths on Bunks

Main Salon

  • 6’ 6” long “U” shaped dinette to starboard converts to 40” wide dbl. berth
  • Teak drop leaf table lowers to convert to bed
  • 6’ 3” long settee berth to port with storage below
  • Sides have teak lockers & bookshelves with removable fiddles above and seats, storage bin below
  • Navigation station with large, forward facing chart table and seat, instrument area, electrical panel, bookshelves and lockers


  • Force 10 3-burner stove w/oven
  • Double stainless steel sink
  • Hot/Cold pressurized water with manual fresh water faucet
  • Fresh water filter
  • Seafrost 12V refrigeration
  • Stainless steel microwave (2010)
  • Corian countertop
  • Tilt-out trash bin
  • Galley dish shelf
  • Ample storage in lockers, drawers and bins

Forward Stateroom

  • 6’ 7” long & 57” wide double island berth with drawers & shelves
  • Teak ceilings above shelves
  • Teak privacy door
  • Vanity sink, mirror & large cedar-lined, louvered hanging locker


  • Large, enclosed space with bi-fold solid panel door
  • Non-skid flooring
  • Electric macerator head (2016)
  • Teak changing seat
  • Wet locker
  • Separate shower stall
  • Numerous dry storage lockers

Aft Stateroom

  • Enclosed aft stateroom with 6' 9" long and 54" wide double berth
  • Teak privacy door separating aft stateroom from main salon
  • Large cedar-lined hanging locker
  • Drawers under berth
  • Vanity mirror on bulkhead
  • Teak ceilings above shelf


  • Furuno NavNet VX2 with CMap
  • 15” Chartplotter in cockpit
  • 10” Chartplotter at nav station
  • Simrad AP16 autopilot (2007)
  • All electronics networked through NMEA 0183 network (2007)
  • B&G networked wind and depth instruments
  • ICOM 502 VHS radio with antenna & remote mic
  • ICOM SSB with NOAA weather map and Sailmail USB modem (2008)
  • Mast Mounted Radar reflector (2010)
  • Digital. Yacht NMEA to Wireless WifI Adapter 4800 BAUD
  • New AM/FM/CD player & 100watt amp /cockpit speakers
  • 22" LG LED TV & HD Antenna


  • NextGen 3.5 KW generator - 65 Hrs. (2014)
  • Cruisair 16000 BTU AC with dehumidify and heater Modes (2008)
  • PowerSurvivor 40E Watermaker (currently pickled) (2008)
  • Dual 120 V 30 amp shore power system
  • AC/DC master power control panel with AC ammeter, AC voltmeter, polarity test circuit, 8 AC circuit breakers, DC ammeter, battery condition monitor and 20 DC circuit breakers
  • Panel is hinged for easy access & has clear plastic screen
  • 110 volt shore power system w/breaker
  • Cantalupi lights (nine dome & seven reading lights)
  • Dome light in engine and cockpit locker
  • VHF coaxial antenna cable from masthead to navigator’s table
  • Heart Freedom 20 inverter/charger w/link 2000 remote panel
  • LED navigation lights (2008)
  • LED tricolor (2008)
  • Red and White light at Nav Station
  • Four circulating fans
  • Three Lifeline 8D AGM 255 AH House Batteries (2017)
  • Maxprop 3 bladed prop (May, 2017)
  • Dual Racor fuel filter


  • Three water tanks w/inspection ports, 122 gal. total
  • Hot and cold pressure fresh water system for galley, head & shower with accumulator tank & foot pump in head & galley
  • Easy access fresh water manifold
  • Color coded water hoses
  • Six gallon hot water heater from engine heat exchanger or shore power
  • Bronze thru-hull fittings with U.L. approved bronze seacocks below the waterline, & bronze ball valves above waterline
  • All thru-hull hose connections are double hose clamped
  • Electric macerator head (2016)
  • 9 gal. holding tank & manual overboard pump-out
  • Electric shower sump pump with overboard discharge
  • 11 GPM electric automatic bilge pump with Ultra float switch
  • 25 GPM manual bilge pump in cockpit operable by helmsman


  • Leisurefurl Main
  • Dacron tri-radial staysail (2017)
  • 139% Genoa (2011)
  • Asymmetrical Spinnaker (2010)
  • Anchor track sprit for asymmetric spinnaker (2010)
  • Back Stay Adjuster (2008)
  • Forespar track mounted Whisker Pole (2008)
  • Fixed boom vang
  • Port & starboard preventers
  • Harken jib furling system (Headsail and Staysail)
  • Redesigned furl lines and breaks for Staysail, Genoa, Spin Tackline and Whisker pole control line (2017)
  • Reef lines, furler line, halyards and main sail sheet led aft to cockpit
  • Mast collar with boot
  • Spartite for partner
  • 1x19 S/S standing rigging
  • Color coded Dacron running rigging
  • Deck hardware includes:
    • Electric Harken 40.2 STC main halyard winch
    • Two Harken #53.2 STC two speed self-tailing genoa sheet winches
    • One Harken #46.29 STC two speed self-tailing mainsheet winch
    • Two Harken #40.2 STC two speed, self-tailing winches for utility
    • Two Harken mast winches
    • Two 12” & two 10” bow mooring cleats (4 total) with 3” hawse pipes
    • Two 10” open spring cleats amidships
    • Two 10” stern mooring cleats with 9” chocks
    • One anchor deck pipe on foredeck & one aft


The Pacific Seacraft 40 maintains the form, function, and esthetic that has produced safe and attractive Pacific Seacraft sailboats since 1976. The hull shape has a moderate freeboard and graceful overhangs fore and aft. While the waterline and beam are proportionally larger than previous Pacific Seacraft - Crealock collaborations (translating into greater interior volume), the hull retains the sensible dimensions and proportions essential to upwind performance, directional stability, and the hydrostatics which effect ultimate stability. The keel is a long fin of external lead ballast bolted on and bedded in epoxy. This joint is extremely strong and resistant to impact with underwater objects. The difference between the shoal-draft and standard keels has been increased to take greater advantage of the respective characteristics of each. The combination of the keel plan, skeg-mounted rudder, deep hull sections below the waterline forward, and a carefully positioned rig plan all contribute to exceptional directional stability and handling.

  • Hand laminated biaxial fiberglass hull & deck
  • First hull laminate uses vinylester resin for superior blister resistance
  • Rudder supported by high strength manganese bronze gudgeon and closely coupled to steel reinforced integral skeg
  • Ballast ¾ solid lead casting with stainless steel keel bolts bedded in epoxy
  • Interior ¾ Structural fiberglass, plywood & gel coat interior module bonded into hull with fiberglass mat and woven roving
  • Primary bulkheads bonded to hull & deck w/fiberglass then bolted in place
  • Deck, lockers, bilge gel coated to prevent mildew & to facilitate cleaning
  • Deck to hull connection¾Integral hull & deck flanges mated & bedded in polyurethane & fastened with stainless steel thru-bolts
  • Deck balsa cored, plywood core in hardware mount areas
  • Deck has molded-in non-skid pattern 


Antique white hull with black boot and sheer stripes, two tone deck, low maintenance aluminum toerail and stainless steel handrails, varnished teak accents, dodger and bimini.

The cockpit is self-bailing and includes safety harness padeyes. Pedestal steering with single-lever control and pod-mounted instruments provide fingertip control. Extensive mooring cleats simplify docking. The Pacific Seacraft 40's deck and cockpit take into account the importance of safety when anchoring, docking, maneuvering, and sailing.

  • Re-designed dodger and bimini (2009)
  • New glass in dodger and bimini (2017)
  • 7’ long seats with contoured seat backs & seat drains
  • Coamings have two built-in winch handle boxes
  • Two cockpit seat lockers for storage
  • Dome light in port locker
  • Stern lazarette hatch & vented propane locker for two 20 lb. tanks
  • Two safety harness padeyes
  • Folding leather wrapped helm wheel (2014)
  • Offset stainless steel pedestal guard, single lever engine control & emergency tiller
  • Removable cockpit sole with neoprene gasket seal, finger pulls & four bronze retainers for access to engine, steering & packing gland
  • Deep gutters & two 1-1/2” cockpit drains for fast self-bailing
  • 30” High stainless steel double rail bow & stern pulpits with running lights & 30” high double lifeline stanchions
  • Stainless steel stern fitting with two anchor rollers & locking pins
  • Divided bow chain locker for two anchor rodes
  • One deck pipe to port
  • Aluminum toe rails
  • Six 7” x 12” & eight 4” x 7” stainless steel opening ports w/screens
  • Six loop handrails on cabin house roof
  • (2) Bomar double opening hatches & (2) Bomar vent hatches - CE approved
  • Two Vetus dorade box cowl ventilators
  • Fiberglass seahood, teak companionway sliding hatch & drop boards
  • Harken ball bearing mainsheet traveler over companionway hatch
  • Harken deck sheave organizers
  • Spinlock rope clutches
  • Stainless steel boarding gates, port and starboard, with double lifelines
  • Stern mounted S/S swim ladder with teak treads, boarding gate
  • Plow anchor w/250’ chain rode
  • 250’ Nylon anchor rode
  • 100’ “lunch” anchor rode


  • MOB position Marker Flag
  • Life Sling
  • EPIRB (2008 re-certified in 2013)
  • High intensity search light
  • Ditch Kit
  • Laptop Tie down strap at Nav Station
  • Ships Bell
  • Ships Clock
  • Ships Barometer


  • Engine Oil changed every 100 hours or less
  • Bottom Paint, March -April 2017
  • Hull wax, April 2017
  • Varnish renewal, October 2017

The Listing Brokerage Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel regardless of information provided. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice. PLEASE NOTE: All electronics are listed for verification purposes but not warranted in the selling price of the boat.

Engine hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters.  The broker cannot guarantee the true hours.  It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, any warranties expressed or implied and/or any engine service as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.

All the yacht brokerage agents at the listing company are Independent Contractors.

This listing is presented to you courtesy of a member of the International Yacht Brokers Association and may be centrally listed with another broker. It is offered as a convenience by this broker/dealer to its clients and is not intended to convey direct representation of a particular vessel.

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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