The Pacific Seacraft Heron offers a love and passion, but one that must be handed onto her next steward. In the past six years the current owners of this 34′ yacht, built in 2004, have sailed her every summer in Maine and had her professionally cared for and stored indoors with Lyman-Morse. Heron offers fast, comfortable, safe sailing on long or short passages.  Her interior provides a neat functional arrangement with efficient quarters for the cook, navigator, and all who demand comfortable living as well as excellent sailing. Some of the more notable upgrades include converting the mainsail to a Stack Pack with a Tides Marine track, new canvas, and all new head hoses and batteries.



  • loa 34'1"
  • lwl 26'3"
  • beam 10'
  • draft 4'11"
  • displacement 13200
  • fuel capacity 38 gallons
  • water capacity 75 gallons
  • designed by Crealock
  • builder Pacific Seacraft
  • year 2004
  • location Camden, Maine
  • boat engine Yanmar 3JH2E
  • horsepower 38 HP


Starting forward there is a large V-berth with drawer storage under the berth and shelves with fiddle rails on either side. A large opening Bomar hatch and two stainless steel ports ensure plenty of ventilation. Moving aft you will find a large hanging locker with louvered doors to starboard across from the head to port. The head features a teak shower grate and stainless steel sink with pullout faucet/shower head. Continuing aft you come to the salon with a drop leaf centerline table which provides storage as well as a place for 4 to dine comfortably. The port settee converts to a double berth and the starboard settee provided an additional single berth. Both settees are 6’6″ long and make excellent sea berths. Outboard of the settees are lockers and shelves with fiddles. Next comes the U-shaped galley to port with Corian counter tops, ample storage, a two burner Force 10 stove and oven, deep double stainless steel sinks, and a 6 cubic foot ice box complete with Seafrost 12V refrigeration. Across from the galley is the forward facing nav station and quarter berth.

Hull & Deck

The Pacific Seacraft 34’s cockpit was designed with comfort in mind. The 6’5″ long cockpit seats are perfect for stretching out and sunbathing and have comfortable contoured seat backs. High coamings provide refuge from wind and spray and mountains of gear can be quickly stowed in four high capacity lockers. A waterproof engine hatch is located in the cockpit sole.

  • Deck hardware is bolted to the deck with backing plates for even load distribution
  • White hull with black cove and boot stripe
  • White cockpit cushions with blue piping
  • Teak deck boxes with chrome Dorade ventilators
  • Stainless steel rub rail
  • Teak and holly sole throughout
  • Opening ports are stainless steel (not bronze) and screened
  • Teak main cabin hatch
  • Hand laminated fiberglass hull and deck
  • (2) 12″ bow mooring cleats with 4″ hawse pipes
  • (2) 10″ opening spring cleats amidships
  • (2) 10″ stern mooring cleats with 9″ chocks
  • Designated cleats for each winch
  • Inboard and outboard Genoa tracks
  • Molded in anti-skid
  • 30″ double lifelines with gates
  • Optional double stainless steel anchor pulpit with (2) anchor rollers
  • Heavy teak cap rail hand fitted with butterfly joints
  • Fiberglass seahood
  • Stern mounted SS swim ladder with teak treads and boarding gate
  • (4) teak loop handrails on cabin house
  • (2) large overhead cabin hatches
  • Single handler’s package (all halyards, reef lines lead through Harken turning blocks, deck organizers and rope clutched to Harken coach mounted winches)
  • Harkin 2-speed 44 self-tailing Genoa sheet winches
  • Cutter rig with roller-furling Genoa and staysail
  • Self-tailing main and halyard winches
  • Fully battened mailsail
  • Ullman sails
  • Aluminum spars
  • 1/4 – 1×19 stainless steel standing rigging
  • Block and tackle boom vang

Electronics and Navigation Equipment

The ship’s navigator will feel right at home at the large 31″ x 40″ teak chart table. The master electrical panel and navigation equipment are close at hand.

  • Raymarine Raymarine C90W color Chartplotter/Radar (2011)
  • Raymarine Digital radar dome on gimbaled mount off backstay (2011)
  • Garmin 440 GPS (2011)
  • Icom M502 VHF at cabin nav station
  • B&G network for boat speed, wind speed and direction
  • B&G autopilot
  • B&G Multifunction network data display at nav station

Additional Equipment

  • Lofrans Royal windlass with wildcat and capstan
  • Double stainless steel anchor pulpit w/35# CQR
  • Fairclough custom frame and cover
  • Custom hatch covers
  • Wheel cover
  • Dodger with clear connector to bimini
  • Heat exchanger for hot water
  • Espar heater
  • (4) 12v cabin fans
  • Pedesal steering w/single lever control and drop down table
  • Decorator fabrics
  • Zippered vinyl headliner
  • Max prop (feathering prop)


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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Scott Layton