Dana 24 by Pacific Seacraft Specifications Specs Draft Beam Headroom

The purpose of this article is to provide you with specifications and details on the Pacific Seacraft Dana 24 Sailboat. Key characteristics such as draft, beam, length overall, length over the deck, and other specs have been included.

LOA: 27’3”
LOD: 24’
LWL: 21’5”
Beam: 8’7”
Draft: 3’10”
Headroom – 6’1″
Displacement: 8,000 lbs.
Ballast: 3,200 lbs. internal lead.
Sail area: 358 sq. ft. (100% foretriangle)
Power: 18 hp Yanmar Diesel
Mast Clearance: 37’4″
Water Capacity: 40 gallons
Fuel Capacity: 18 gallons

Designed by Bill Crealock. Built from 1984-99. (Back in production now) Sloop or cutter rig with 3′ long bowsprit. 8’7” width and 6’1″ headroom on a 24 foot boat with open V-berth design make it nice and roomy inside. Equipped with eight bronze opening ports. Similar to the Flicka 20. Enclosed head and shower.

The boats that I have sites for are listed to the right. We will be adding more boats as we finish research on the model.

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Steven Cole (Economics, MBA - University of West Florida) - 40 years of sailing and cruising experience.