37' Island Packet Island Packet 370
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Island Packet stands above all other sailboat builders for its independent development of proprietary materials technologies, best-in-industry warranty coverages, and decades of corporate leadership contributions to the industry.
The 370 is the result of decades of Island Packet design refinement and evolution. It combines innovative and proven features with all the exemplary construction qualities that have made Island Packet yachts respected and admired around the world.
A host of exclusive design features, including our self-tending staysail, geared steering system and time honored Full Foil Keel®, all combine to provide superior seakeeping and delightful sailing qualities that will be appreciated as much by the weekend sailor, as by the couple cruising the world.
From the large, comfortable cockpit to the broad anchor platform, there are numerous deck features on the 370 to appreciate. Wide side decks, strategically placed hand rails, and recessed foredecks maximize your feeling of confidence and safety on deck.
Below decks, the 370 continues Island Packet’s reputation for luxurious comfort. Perfect for an evening retreat or gracious entertaining, the main salon features our versatile dining table that folds and stows against a bulkhead bottle rack, opening up the area for socializing.
To add even more flexibility for entertaining, a smaller removable table, with a lift-out post, is available for mounting at either side of the salon. Full length port and starboard seating areas are both comfortable and practical, double as sea berths and the port settee conveniently converts to a double berth.
Generous storage is available, both under and outboard of the settees, and throughout the entire yacht. One of the more notable features of the 370 is the versatility of the aft cabin. Cleverly configured for great sleeping accommodations, this multi-use area is truly unique due to the desk area, which can be used as a vanity, a navigation station, or a work station.
The nav table top lifts to reveal a storage tray and vanity mirror mounted on its underside. A swing-out seat is controlled with the push of a button, while a removable hinged panel in the forward bulkhead opens and joins this area with the salon when desired.
The open “U-shaped” design of the 370 galley is notable for its generous space and numerous convenience features. The fridge and freezer compartments feature dual Frigoboat® cooling units and individual digital controls. Either compartment may be used for refrigerated or frozen storage by the setting of the controls.
Designed with accommodations for extended cruising, the 370 is one of the only yachts in her class to boast large island berths in both staterooms. With plenty of elbow and headroom, cedar-lined hanging lockers, bureaus, wide shelves and blanket bins under hinged bunk lids, both forward and aft areas easily qualify as master staterooms.
Luxury and comfort have been carefully considered in the head area as well. The separate stall shower features a folding acrylic door and ample storage is provided by the built-in vanity. Doors from both the forward stateroom and the main salon provide both utility and privacy. Island Packet continues to set the benchmarks for excellence in design, construction and value and the 370 advances this tradition.
It is reported, that while being delivered to its new owner via trailer, an accident occurred, causing damage and a fire. The owner never took delivery.
• Burn to varying degrees from bow aft to chainplates on starboard side, and aft about 4 feet on port side.
• The resin is out of the glass, so it is soft.
• Some abrasions along both sides of the hull.
• The leading edge of the keel holed.
• Hull in burned area appears good, but resin burned in areas mentioned above.
The interior shows no sign of the fire. The inner attaching plate for the water tank inspection access plate is gone. The floor has been cut to remove the fuel tank but it is definitely repairable.
When the boat came off the trailer in the accident the forward section of the keel (port side) was damaged and it is cracked through to the starboard side. Bulkheads are intact, IGU intact.
• No electronics.
• Most hardware and equipment have been removed from the boat, including the fuel tank, but forward tank and holding tanks remain, but missing fitting plates (tanks are fiberglass).
• NO rudder and NO rig.
** Island Packet Yachts can sell owner various 370 Model parts to help in rebuilding. Parts would be a separate transaction between buyer and Island Packet Yachts.
A trailer is not included in this sale.
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Motors and Machinery Disclaimer
No statement of condition can be made regarding motors, engines or machinery, whatsoever. A photo may appear of the engine compartment and machinery, but it is entirely the buyers responsibility to inspect and determine their actual condition.
* On occasion we receive unverified information regarding mechanical condition.