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The perfect boat for cruising!
One Sails furling mainsail replaced 2021, Bimini and Dodger with Isinglass replaced 2019 and 2022 AGM batteries, plus a Lewmar bow thruster, folding prop, and Raymarine radar make this the ideal sailboat for offshore cruising.
Furling Mainsail (2021 - One Sails)
4 deck winches: 2 Lewmar 48 self tailing, 2 Lewmar 30 self tailing
2 mast winches
Rigid boom vang
B&G Depth, knot, wind speed & direction; VHF radio; stereo; B&G autopilot; Raymarine Radar; GPS; Cockpit & interior speakers; Plotter; Trackvision satelittle TV and receiver
5 Group 27 batts (2022), battery charger, shore power and cord, inverter. 2008 Lewmar bow thruster
Starboard side is U-shaped galley with refrigerator, freezer, Princess 3-Burner propane stove with Oven, microwave. Main salon has folding dining table, portside chart table. Forward vee-berth cabin; large aft cabin with double berth. Head with manual toilet, shower, hot&cold pressure water system, holding tank, macerator, Y-Valve.
Bimini and Dodger with Isinglass replaced 2019. Folding prop. Cockpit table, transom swim platform, swim ladder, cockpit shower, cockpit cushions, wheel cover. Anchor & line, electric anchor windlass. Electric bilge pump. Dinghy davits. Double lifelines with bow&stern rails. Boat hook, dock lines, fenders.
The Island Packet 380 represents a further evolution of the design, engineering, and construction philosophy proven in over 1500 yachts and in countless miles of all kinds of cruising. The Full Foil keel continues as the foundation of the Island Packet concept, and its design and construction provide a host of advantages to the cruising sailor: moderate draft for access to a wider variety of cruising grounds, integral one-piece construction for superior strength, a highly effective airfoil shape for excellent windward performance, and a modern hull form for enhanced speed and maneuverability. In addition, the safety and seakeeping offered by this keel design provide both peace of mind and additional comfort while underway. The well laid out deck with meticulously molded detail offers wide walkways, raised bulwarks forward, full length continuous stainless steel cabin top handrails, double lifelines with welded rails fore and aft, and two tone premium diamond pattern, slip resistant surfaces, all designed to enhance safety and security while moving about on the deck.
Belowdecks, one is immediately impressed by the 380's open accommodation plan and spacious surroundings. A harmonious blend of practical cruising features and liveaboard comfort is evidenced throughout, giving the Island Packet 380 what are perhaps the best accommodations of any yacht in its size range.
The galley, immediately to the starboard side of the companionway, is easily accessible to the cockpit and the main salon, and features numerous convenience details for the cruising sailor. A generous, wraparound counter provides ample work space for food preparation while numerous drawers, lockers, and laminate-lined cabinets offer abundant space for organized provisioning and kitchenware storage.
The main salon's large, central living area is equally suited for social gatherings, off-watch retreats, or gourmet dining. The central hinged table with overhead lights may be either secured against the bulkhead mounted bottle and glass rack, or easily lowered to make a large dining area. An exceptional amount of interior stowage is available in the salon, as elsewhere in the yacht, due in large part to the generous tankage centrally located below the cabin sole. Besides the obvious benefit of improving stowage, this feature also provides additional comfort while underway by keeping the considerable weight of tank fluids low and out of the ends of the yacht. This also reduces fore and aft trim changes with varying tank levels. Both settees are full length for added sleeping space, with the portside bunk pulling out to provide a nice sized double. The nav station is situated at the aft end of the port side main salon bunk and doubles as the yacht's main control center.
The forward owner's cabin is a real delight with a queen sized, centerline island berth with access from both sides. The aft half of the berth, mounted on gas support struts, lifts to reveal a large "blanket chest." Drawers, storage bins, and a generous hanging locker also provide additional storage space for personal gear and provisions. Island Packet yachts have long been noted for their exceptionally livable designs, and the 380's large head will further that reputation.
Accessed from the owner's cabin or the main salon, the head features a generous vanity with cabinet below a deep polished oval stainless steel sink, a large overhead hatch, opening port, and several lockers for toiletry items. The head is made particularly spacious with a clever folding shower stall enclosure that stows against the aft bulkhead when not in use. This features a full length mirror in the stowed position and, when open, divides the shower from the vanity area with full height, textured, clear acrylic doors. A folddown teak shower seat and wraparound countertop surrounds the head providing "captain's chair" seating and making the whole area very user friendly.
In the aft cabin the most notable feature is the built-in hideaway sink, allowing guests to freshen up without a trip forward to the head. Another full length mirror, two opening ports, overhead hatch, large cedar-lined hanging locker, and bureau provide comfort and convenience.
|Windsnelheid en -richting||✓|
|Model motor||Yanmar 4JH2BE|
|Drinkwatertank||643.52 l ()|
|Brandstoftank||321.76 l ()|