1993 Island Packet 44
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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Holland, MI
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- US$ 165,000
This is an exceptional two owner fresh water boat that has been cared for by an Island Dealer and very knowledgeable owners. The boat is fully equipped and ready for cruising. Owners are looking to down size.
Please contact Henry DeJong at (616) 335-3144
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Designer: Bob Johnson, N.A.
LOA: 44 ft 6 in
Beam: 13 ft 1 in
LWL: 37 ft 0 in
Minimum Draft: 4 ft 10 in
Maximum Draft: 4 ft 10 in
Displacement: 27500 lbs
Ballast: 12500 lbs
Bridge Clearance: 58 ft 6 in
Headroom: 6 ft 5 in
Total Power: 62 HP
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Engine Model: 4JH2-TE
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 602
Propeller: 3 blade propeller
Engine Power: 62 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: (195 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (100 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: (30 Gallons)
Number of heads: 2
Accommodations and Comments
Island Packer Yachts is recognized as a premier builder of fine cruising yachts. This particular boat offers to best of everything including exceptional safety and seakeeping, unmatched comfort and liveability, superb craftsmanshp and materials and very good sailing ability. Island Packet 44's have completed hundreds of thousands of bluewater cruising miles plus back-to-back victories in the prestigious Caribbean 1500 Ocean Races.
Island Packet 44's have a number of features that set them apart from other designs. First there is the exclusive Full Foil Keel that unifies the performance of modern hull and foil designs with the superior seakeeping and safety of the traditional long keel. This design offers excellent protection for the prop and rudder, moderate draft and exceptional stability.
The spacious interior features a large fully equipped galley which is convenient to both the salon and cockpit. Across from the galley is the roomy aft stateroom which has private access to the aft head. The stateroom has four oping ports and a deck hatch for ventilation plus a large double sleeping area and ample storage. The aft head has two entry doors - one from the aft stateroom and one from the main cabin. A unique feature is a separate tub/shower area.
The very complete navigation station is located just forward of the galley. It has the electrical panels as well as flush mounted electronics plus a navigation table.
Moving forward "Elaine Marie" has a large an inviting main salon with comfortable seating and a large bulkhead mounted folding salon table. Port side seating is arranged with two chairs and an inlaid teak table between. This area can be made into a full length settee for added seating or an extra bunk.
The elegant owner's stateroom forward features a large offset double berth with easy access. A bureau with numerous storage bins and a built-in mirrored vanity with a pull-out seat make for a very comfortable cabin. The private forward head has a separate shower stall and a deluxe vanity with ample storage.
Aromatic cedar lining is used extensively throughout the interior in the many hanging lockers and drawers provided. The salon and staterooms feature a varnished teak and holly cabin sole. For safety the galley and companionway areas have a molded slip resistant sole. Bulkheads, doors and trim are finished in beautiful varnished teak.
All tankage is centrally located under the cabin sole maximizing stowage elsewhere in the yacht. By doing this you minimize trim changes with varying tank levels, and adding to the overall stability of the yacht.
On deck "Elaine Marie" features a wonderful cockpit that has comfortable contoured seating with over eight feet in length. To make it more pleasant on those cool or extra hot days the boat has full cockpit canvas. The decks are wide and easy to navigate with full length handrails and extra height double lifelines and recessed fore and side decks for secure footing. Finally the cutter rig has long been accepted as the most manageable and versatile rig for the cruising sailor.
The galley is conveniently located at the companionway and features ample storage including dish racks, cutlery drawers, and dry storage. The large refrigerated (7 cubic feet for the refrigerator and 3.5 cubic feet for the freezer), divided and insulated icebox is well suited for extended cruising. Plus there is a drain pump for the icebox.
- Double stainless steel polished sink
- Hot and cold faucet with retractable spray unit
- Keel Cooler refrigeration system (2019)
- Gimballed Princess 3 burner propane stove with oven
- Stainless steel guard rail with harness hooks for stove
- Trash basket
- Color-core laminate counter tops with Corian trim and sea rails
- GE microwave
Electrical and Mechanical Systems
The boat is powered with a 62hp Yanmar turbo diesel, four cylinder engine with only 602 engine hours. Easy access to every part of the engine and related equipment is provided with quickly removable front, side and an aft panels. The engine compartment is also sound insulated with lead-lined foam insulation. For A-C power away from the dock the boat has the optional 5kw Northern Lights generator with only 75.5 hours. The boat also has dual zone reverse-cycle air-conditioning.
- Dahl fuel/water seperator
- Bow thruster (2019)
- 80 amp alternator
- House bank of batteries plus engine and generator batteries
- Over-sized bronze water intake strainer
- Recessed cockpit instrument panel with tachometer, fuel gauge and an engine monitoring/warning system
- 11 gallon hot water heater with heat exchanger
- Two Raritan marine heads
- !2V electric auto bilge pump
- Manual cockpit bilge pump
- Three blade feathering prop
- Anchorman 1200 reversible electric windlass with cockpit remote
- 1800 watt Heart inverter with integral 64 amp battery charger
- Water level gauge
- Fuel level gauge
- Electrical bonding system for rig and all underwater metals
- All bronze seacocks below the waterline
- 11 gallon hot water heater with engine heat exchanger
- Shorepower with cord
- Engine room light
- Battery switches
- Edson wheel steering - rack and pinion direct system with wheel brake
Electronics, Safety and Entertainment Systems
- Icom M810 single side band radio
- Icom VHF
- B&G Network cockpit VHF
- Raytheon radar/plotter with an RL70 cockpit display
- Large Raytheon RC631 navigation station display (radar/plotter)
- B&G Network data display with helm and navigation station displays (wind, speed and depth)
- B&G Network autopilot
- B&G separate information displays at the companionway (wind, speed and depth)
- Ritchie compass
Hull and Deck Features
"Elaine Marie" features Island Packet's exclusive Full Foil Keel that unifies the performance of a modern hull and foil designs with the superior sea-keeping and safety of a traditional full keel. This exclusive design adds numerous benefits for the cruising sailor such as great protection for the rudder and prop, immensely strong integral keel and hull construction, and moderate draft with exceptional stability. The hull is well protected with a full length teak and stainless steel rub-rail.
On deck, the full length handrails, extra height double lifelines and recessed wide decks provide for secure footing when underway. The cockpit features contoured seats, large lockers and ample room for the crew,
The Island Packet 44 has wonderful lines that are accentuated with a custom green cove stripe. The boot stripe and the complete canvas package (dodger, bimini and full enclosures) are also green.
- Sixteen opening portlights with screens
- Eight Lewmar deck hatches with screens
- Three dorade vents
- Three solar vents
- Double lifelines with port and starboard boarding gates with Island Packet step plates
- Deluxe helm console with a hinged teak table
- Cockpit ice box
- Stainless steel mast rails
- Two heavy duty stainless steel anchor rollers
- Flush deck LPG locker with room for two 10 lb. tanks
- Custom transom mounted swim (teak and stainless steel) platform with a fold-down swim ladder
- Kato stainless steel dinghy davits
- Cockpit cushions includes helmseat with back rest cushion
- Port and starboard grab rails on the dodger frame
- Two sail trim windows in the bimini and dodger
- Both the dodger and bimini are free standing with a removable connector panel
- Flag pole
- Coaming storage boxes
Sails and Rigging Features
The cutter rig is very adaptable to a wide range of conditions with minimum effort. It is a versatile, easily handled sailplan for a short-handed crew. The mast is a keel stepped double spreader aluminum Isomat spar. The North sails include a mainsail with cover, staysail,130% genoa and a gennaker. Both headsails have Harken roller furling.
- 2 Lewmar #52 CST two speed primary winches
- 2 Lewmar #16 CST two speed secondary winches
- Lewmar #46 CST two speed main halyard and main sheet winch on cabintop
- Lewmar #43 CST two speed reefing winch on cabintop
- Lewmar #16 CST winch on cabintop
- Lewmar #8C staysail halyard winch on the mast
- Lewmar #24C jib halyard winch on the mast
- Dutchman system for the mainsail
- Main sheet traveler with a 4:1 control system
- Adjustable topping lift
- Twin independent backstays for safety and ease of stern boarding
- Fenders (fender holders mounted at the bow)
- Delta anchor
- Additional anchor with rode
- Fire extinguishers
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.