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Tapawingo – A Pacific Seacraft

The Pacific Seacraft 40 is built upon the same design standards as the famous Crealock 37, and other double-ended world cruisers like the Valiants. Designed and built for world adventures, they are known to be exceptionally sturdy and seakindkly. The Pacific Seacraft is designed with real world applications in mind; and Tapawingo has long overhangs, a low freeboard, a moderately long fin keel and skeg-hung rudder for great directional stability. Above the waterline, a cutter rig is used and both headsails are on roller furlers for switching modes quickly.  

Below decks is a classic and practical layout that is safe for passage making and functional for entertaining. There are strategically placed teak grab rails overhead and the G-shaped galley at the base of the companionway is appropriately sized.  The interior is well lit by many overhead and reading lights with six opening portlights and one overhead hatch that lets in a delightful amount of light into the main salon.  

Tapawingo is traditionally constructed with solid with hand laid fiberglass near stanchions and chain plates and balsa core for lightweight strength everywhere else.  The hull to deck flanges are bedded and through bolted then covered by a teak caprail. Under sail, Tapawingo , performs ably without taxing her crew, assuring; you will arrive at your destination well rested and ready to carry on. Crealock designs were spec’d with the thought that “a crew should return from sea more rested than when they left.” The sail plan is manageable and ideal for one couple. Come let Tapawingo show for herself why she is the perfect platform for your travel dreams! 

Swiftsure Yachts

Tapawingo is beautifully maintained and ready for her next world tour. Listed by Swiftsure Yachts in Seattle for $289,000.

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