The Island Packet 380 is a classic cruising boat for a couple. With her easy-to-handle cutter rig (two roller furlers and in-mast main), spacious and comfortable salon, two cabins/one head layout, she is a capable world cruiser. EMERALD ISLE is a one-owner boat, equipped for certification for (and participated in) the Marion-Bermuda race, she is now for sale as her owner has up-sized to a larger Island Packet. With light use, this IP380 is in great condition and must be seen!
EMERALD ISLE is equipped with a long list of the most desirable Factory Options.
The IP380 was Cruising World magazine's "Best Value in a Cruising Boat" in 1999
The IP380 is listed in Ferenc Mate's "The World's Best Sailboats, Vol.!!"
Please contact Bob Peckham, CPYB at 772-559-4725
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
EMERALD ISLE (name reserved)
Builder: Traditional Watercraft FL
Designer: Robert K. Johnson
Flag of Registry: United States
Hull Shape: Monohull
LOA: 39 ft 7 in
Beam: 13 ft 2 in
LWL: 32 ft 0 in
Length on Deck: 38 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 4 ft 7 in
Displacement: 21000 lbs
Ballast: 9000 lbs
Headroom: 6 ft 5 in
Dry Weight: 21000 lbs
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.
Full length "Full Foil" keel with molded interior ballast
Solid hull, handlaid with high-modulus tri-axial glass construction
Rudder shoe offers grounding protection
Wide walkways with bulwarks forward, diamond pattern nonskid
Full length continuous stainless steel grabrails on cabin top
Double lifelines with gates port, starboard and in the aft pulpit
Optional Stainless Steel Dorade vents and guards
Optional co-extruded hi-impact vinyl molded rubrail with stainless steel striker
The cockpit has full length contoured seats that accommodate a large crew or invite stretching out.
Raised helm seat with optional stainless steel padded backrest
Rack and pinion steering on pedestal, wheel brake, single lever engine control
Pedestal-mount cockpit table
Insulated beverage locker, two large seat lockers
Swim step with swim ladder
Stern rail seats, P&S
Factory-optional closed-cell foam cockpit cushions, to include stern rail seats, with color-coordinated piping
Leather-covered stainless steel wheel
Stainless steel Kato dinghy davits at stern
LifeSling mounted aft, starboard
Edson outboard motor stand, aft pulpit
Molded sole at companionway base with teak grate
Interior courtesy lights with switch at companionway
Teak and holly cabin soles
Teak cabinetry throughout, with locking hardware
Wraparound counter space with sink forward on centerline, gimballed stove outboard, and refrigerator/freezer aft.
Gimballed Princess SS propane 3-burner stove with oven
Origo Microwave oven
Two basin, deep polished stainless steel sink with spray faucet and separate hand pump
Foam injected, well insulated icebox with fridge and freezer
Adler Barbour Super Cold Machine with cross-over fan and water pump
Foldup counter extension forward
Generous lockers including slide-out trash bin
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.
Full length settees port and starboard for extra sleeping space, both with custom lee cloths for offshore use.
Port settee pulls converts to double
Air conditioning MarineAire Systems VCP-16kbtu, with reverse cycle heat
NAV STATION and ELECTRICAL PANEL
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.
Standard Horizon QuestX
Raymarine RL70RC Plus radar and chartplotter
Raymarine ST60 Multi display (depth, speed, wind, nav data)
Alpine TDA7653 AM/FM/CD with Alpine 6 disc changer
Flip-up nav table with navigator's tool storage under
Full electric panel for AC and DC systems
Chart stowage drawer beneath settee
OWNER's CABIN FORWARD
The forward owner's cabin is a real delight with a queen sized, centerline island berth with access from both sides.
Aft half of berth is hinged with gas-assist for bulky storage
Generous drawers, lockers
Drawers and lockers are cedar-lined
Door from cabin for private access to head
Accessed from the owner's cabin or the main salon, it 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.
Folding door converts head to shower stall
Fold-down teak seat in shower
Vanity with sink
Full length mirror
Raritan PHII manual toilet
Holding tank with dockside pumpout and overboard discharge
Private cabin with door
Built-in hide-away sink, storage bureau, cedar-lined hanging locker and drawers
Standard Horizon Quest X at nav station
Full-function Ram Mic VHF at helm
Raymarine ST6000+ autopilot at helm
Raymarine ST60+ wind instrument at helm
Raymarine ST60 Tridata at helm
Raymarine ST60 MultiData repeater at nav station
Raymarine Pathfinder RL70RLC at helm (chartplotter and radar)
Raymarine RL70RCPlus at nav station (chartplotter and radar)
Raymarine 4KW dome radar mounted on custom Kato mast mount with guard
Raymarine 125 GPS system
Raymarine RL70, spare, unmounted
Island Packet's long term commitment to the cutter rig, paralleling the choice of experienced offshore cruisers and short handed racers worldwide, is due to its versatility, ease of use, and excellent performance over a wide range of sea and wind conditions.
Freestanding staysail on Harken furler, with Hoyt boom for self tacking,
High-clew 110 Yankee geno jib on Harken furler
Charleston Spar keel-stepped mast
In-mast Seldon mainsail furling with mid-boom sheeting for an uncluttered cockpit layout. Includes spare main halyard
3/4 oz. Asymmetrical spinnaker (asymm and pole added in 2003)
Telescoping whisker pole with custom mast rail and mounting, stores vertically at mast
All furling and sail-handling lines are led aft to stoppers in the cockpit for ease of sail handling, sail furling, and reefing.
Self-tailing Lewmar winches: (2) 48CST primaries, (2) 30CST on cabin top, and (2) 24 Series on mast.
IJPE : 755.17 sq ft I : 50.17 ft J : 17.17 ft P : 42.83 ft E : 15.17 ft
Yanmar 4JH3BE 56 hp. diesel engine, 2243 hrs.
Kanzaki KM3A gear wtih 2.64:1 reduction
1-1/4" stainless steel shaft with line cutter
Fiberglass waterlift muffler system
Three blade feathering Autoprop
Spare 3-blade fixed prop
(4) Grp 27 AFM batteries in house bank, new 2007
(1) Grp 31 AGM starting battery, new 2007
Batteries secured per offshore race regulations
Charles 5000 Series 40 amp battery charger, shore power
Balmar 100A engine alternator
Balmar Duo-Charger system
(2) 30A 120 volt shore power inlets with (2) 30A 50 ft. power cords
XANTREX Prosine 1800w PureSine inverter system
Lewmar Sprint 1500 windlass, vertical capstan 12vDC electric
Delta Fastset 55lb primary anchor with 260' of 5/16" high tensile chain and 100' of 5/8" three-strand rope
Bruce 35lb with 40' of 5/16" high tensile chain and 250' of 5/8" three-strand rope
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.