Island Packet 35. A very attractive and capable blue water cruiser that has been well equipped and maintained. Her moderate draft also makes her suitable for many inland waterways. She provides very impressive accommodation for her size.
Island Packet IP35 designed by Bob Johnson and built in Florida, USA by Island Packet Yachts in 1989 - commissioned the same year.
Hull, deck and coachroof in beige/cream coloured GRP with teak towrails (sanded and stained 2019).
Topsides with gold painted trim line and dark green painted water line with green International antifouling below.
Topsides polished and new antifoul August 2019.
Encapsulated long keel with 8,000 lb ballast
Wheel steering to rudder.
Sleeping accommodation for seven in two double cabins and convertible saloon.
Interior fitted out with teak oil finished joinery and fawn coloured upholstery.
Access to the saloon from the cockpit is by teak oiled companion way steps. The saloon has a dining area to port with seating for at least 6. This converts to a double berth, with the settee to starboard forming a single berth.
Aft of the dining area to port is a rearward facing chart table opposite a U shaped galley to starboard equipped with:
Twin stainless steel sink
3 burner Techimpex gas cooker with oven and grill (gas safety certificate March 2020).
Adler-Barber refrigerator with freezer compartment.
Access to the aft cabin is via a doorway adjacent t the chart table.
Aft cabin has a double berth with orthopaedic foam mattress plus storage and hanging locker.
Access to the forepeak is via a doorway in the main bulkhead adjacent to the mast step.
Forepeak cabin has a double V berth with storage lockers below and other adjacent storage.
The heads compartment, to port of the access way to the forepeak cabin, is accessed by a "Jack and Jill" type door from both the forecabin and the main saloon. It is equipped with Jabsco marine toilet, stainless steel hand basin and shower.
New foam to seat cushions in 2016.
Main saloon and cabins are equipped with 4 "Silent Run" cabin fans and LED and conventional lighting.
There is a Marineair air conditioning and cabin heating installed but not functioning. Existing system could be re-used with a new unit.
Raymarine Tri Data ST60, 2019 at a chart table with data for speed/log, wind and depth repeated onto C120chart plotter at helm via Raymarine integrated system.
Raymarine Ray Star 125 GPS, 2016
Raymarine C120 plotter, 2005
Raymarine 18kw radar
Raymarine autopilot ST6001+ with GPS capability, 2004?
Raymarine 150 autopilot computer
McMurdo AIS trans/receiver
Icom IC-M421 VHF (new aerial - 2015).
Seame active radar reflector, 2008
Instruments at helm interfaced to C120 charts, radar, fishfinder, depth and AIS.
Island Packet Ritchie compass, 1989
Cutter rigged - keel stepped mast and boom by Isomat.
Harken MkIV furling equipment for both genoa (2012) and staysail (2015).
Standing rigging in stainless steel wire (oversized) - rear stays replaced 2012, all other stays replaced in 2016 by Spencer Rigging in Cowes.
Lazy jack system with lazy bag in green fabric - Crusader Sails "Majic" stack pack 2014 with trolley rollers at luff to assist hoisting and dropping mainsail.
2 Lewmar 46 self-tailing primary genoa sheet winches.
1 Lewmar 24 spinnaker sheet winch
1 Lewmar 30 self tailing halyard winch
1 Lewmar 16 reefing winch
2 Lewmar 8 stay winches
Masthead sheaves replaced 2015
Mainsail - Crusader Sails, Fully battened with 3 reefs, Dacron, 2012
135% Furling Genoa - IPY, Dacron, 1989?
Staysail - IPY, Dacron, 1989?
Cruising chute with snuffer, Crusader Sails, 1.5oz Bainbridge fabric, 2012.
Yanmar 3JH4E 40hp fresh/sea water cooled diesel engine, 2008. 2271 hours run.
Last serviced at 2258 hours (7 year major service with all associated checks by Yanmar dealer).
Shaft drive from Yanmar gearbox to 3 bladed bronze propeller. 2 bladed propeller provided as spare.
Lever gear and throttle controls.
This installation has a fuel consumption rate of 2.5 litres per hour at 2,200 rpm.General cruising rpm is 1600 giving a range of 450-600NM.
Cruising speed: 5kn
Max speed: 7kn
New cutless bearing and prop alignment check 2017.
12v electrical system with110v shore power installation.
1 12v Marine Energy battery (2020) and 6 6v deep cycle house batteries - 720 Ah (2020)
Charging by 12v engine alternator, 120v Sterling charger (2017) and Rutland 914i wind generator (upgraded 2016) with Rutland HDR regulator c/w remote auxiliary display.
Shore power cable and transformer.
40 imp. gallon aluminium fuel tank
75 imp. gallon aluminium fresh water tank
GRP black water holding tank with Jabsco macerator (2020).
Pressurised fresh water system by Jabsco electic pump with accumulator.
45lb CQR anchor
33lb Bruce anchor
160ft of anchor chain - 2015
50ft of anchor chain with 400ft nylon warp
Lofrans Project electric windlass - 2009, with remote operation from both helm and deck
Navigation lights (including LED masthead tricolour and anchor light)
2nd system of running lights.
LED deck lights (2014) at spreaders
Bilge pumps - 2 electric and 1 manual.
Pulpit and pushpit
Boarding ladder at transom - stainless steel with teak treads.
Lifesling MOB recovery equipment
6 person Zodiac Open Sea ISO9650 Type 1 liferaft - serviced March 2020
Grab bags containing emergency equipment
Dinghy: 9ft Zodiac with 2015 2.5hp Mercury outboard motor
Davits for dinghy
Island Packet stainless steel tread plates
Full set of Island Packet cushions for helm area
6 fenders with socks
2 fender rubbing sheets
Engine and other spares
Spray hood (2015), dodgers, cockpit cover and bimini (2016) - all in green fabric. Designed to be integrated to provide a "conservatory" with zip out sections and large windows for cockpit.
Cutlery, crockery and cooking utensils
Alpine CDE173BT radio/CD player with USB port and Bose speakers
Selection of 20 litre fuel and water tanks
Large selection of charts, Raymarine C-MAP cards and cruising reference books for Carribean, Atlantic and Mediterranean.
Timber trestles available for carrying mast on inland waterways
Boat manuals and maintenance records