1997 Island Packet 350
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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Seattle, WA
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- US$ 129,000
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"Andante" was purchased brand new by its current owner who's taken great care in setting up this boat for safe extended cruising. Be the fortunate party to adopt this well equipped, ocean-going Island Packet 350 to continue the adventures! Andante has many miles of travel under her keel, having journeyed south to Mexico, through the Panama canal on to the Caribbean. The best part is this 350 shows little because of the renowned reputation and the solid manufacturing practices of Island Packets Yachts. Seriously, this boat is one of the nicest 350s on the market and pride of ownership shows. Come view Andante if you're looking for a well-built, clean cruiser with many options, capable of taking you to the islands or around the world in comfort and style.
Trevor MacLachlan, 206-422-6974 email@example.com
John Cooper 206-909-8776 firstname.lastname@example.org
Tori Parrott 206-618-0197 email@example.com
Please contact Trevor MacLachlan at 206-284-9004
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Island Packet Yachts
Designer: Robert K. Johnson
Flag of Registry: United States
Hull Shape: Monohull
LOA: 36 ft 10 in
Beam: 12 ft 0 in
LWL: 29 ft 4 in
Maximum Draft: 4 ft 3 in
Displacement: 16000 lbs
Ballast: 7500 lbs
Headroom: 6 ft 4 in
Dry Weight: 16000 lbs
Total Power: 38 HP
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Year Built: 1997
Engine Model: Yanmar 3JH2E
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 3617
Propeller: 3 blade propeller
Engine Power: 38 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: Aluminum (115 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (80 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: (20 Gallons)
Number of single berths: 1
Number of twin berths: 1
Number of double berths: 2
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 1
Wind speed and direction
Fully battened mainsail
Electric bilge pump
Manual bilge pump
Fresh water maker
Sea water pump
Shore power inlet
Electrical Circuit: 12V
Outboard engine brackets
Sleeps 4 owners and guests in two cabins, plus dinette and 1 settee berth for a total of 7 berths. There is a large double quarter berth cabin aft to port with hanging locker and storage cabinet.
The large U-shaped galley is located aft to starboard and includes a two-burner propane stove, double SS sink, large icebox with refrigeration, microwave oven, excellent counter space with flip-up counter extension and great galley storage. There is a aft-facing navigation station just forward of the aft cabin.
The main salon features a settee to starboard that converts to a double berth, a single settee berth to port, teak cabinets, book shelves outboard of both settees and hanging locker forward of port settee. Large stowage areas located behind and under each settee. Deluxe drop leaf table folds against bulkhead (with bottle rack behind) giving an open interior when not in use.
Forward of the salon to starboard is a spacious head with wrap-around counter, SS sink, lots of cabinets and a shower with contoured seat.
The forward cabin features a large pullman berth, upholstered dressing seat, hanging locker, cabinet storage and shelves outboard. The chain locker is accessible from the forward cabin.
Full screens compliment all stainless ports; teak screens accompany deck hatches. Custome teak companionway cafe doors with interchangeable screens and tempered glass, with stainless security companionway gate.
Sails and Rig
- Cutter rigged sloop with Hoyt self-tacking boom
- North sails - main, genoa, staysail - all in excellent condition
- Cruising spinnaker, excellent condition
- Lazy jacks with North Sails mainsail in stackpack
IJPE : 615.83 sq ft
I : 44.83 ft
J : 15.67 ft
P : 37.00 ft
E : 14.25 ft
Galley and Plumbing
- 2-burner propane stove with oven
- Microwave oven
- Demand propane hot water heater with positive force exhaust
- Pressure hot/cold water with 5 gallon accumulator tank
- Hand fresh water pump - needs rebuild
- Stainless double galley sink
- Refrigerator with separate freezer wth electronic controllers - 2 large holding plates
- Propane solenoid with new (2019) leak detector
- Freshwater capacity: 115 gallons (aluminum main tank with additional flex water tank under galley - includes selector valve from desalinator)
- Diesel fuel capacity: 80 gallons (aluminum main tank with additional bladder tank - includes Reverso transfer pump)
- Vacuflush fresh water head
- Shower with "water saving" recirculating circuit (wet head)
- Holding tank capacity: 20 gallons, features electric discharge pump and electronic level monitor
- Desalinator: 24 GPH Aqua Marine, 120v volt electric drive
- Cockpit freshwater shower
Electronics - Navigation and Communication
- Autopilot - Autohelm below deck with electric linear drive
- GPS/Radar chart plotter mounted on cabin top - Furuno
- GPS/chart plotter at binnacle - Raymarine
- Knotmeter - Autohelm
- Depth Sounder - Autohelm
- Wind speed/direction indicator - Autohelm
- VHF radio with remote mic in cockpit - Icom
- SSB/HAM radio (Icom 710) with auto tuner and Pactor modem - backstay isolated antenna
- AM/FM radio with CD player and speakers
- Binnacle mounted compass
Electrical and Safety Equipment
- Shore power inlet - 120 VAC 30 amp service
- Galvanic isolator
- Entec West AC diesel generator - 4200 watts
- Batteries: Lifeline AGM house - one 8D, one Group 27 (350 amp hours) - new March 2017, Lifeline AGM start - one Group 27 (95 amp hours)
- Engine room fresh air blower
- Electric horizontal windlass (Lofranz) - resituated for better performance and chain drop
- 35 pound Delta anchor with 250 feet 5/16" HT Acco change and 300 feet nylon rode
- Raw water anchor washdown pump with removable "quick connect" through deck mount hose
- Fire extinguishers - hand-operated dry chemical, #7
- Liferaft - Winslow, 6 person capacity (repack/recertification needed)
- Manual bilge pump
- Two electric bilge pumps with independent float switches (alarm linked to secondary pump)
- Custom safe located in aft stateroom to secure valuables
Cockpit and Sailing Equipment
- Helmsperson seat center and stern rail seats both port and starboard
- Dodger and Bimini with heavy-duty 1 1/4" SS tubing and Sunbrella canvas - includes connector panel and side panels with optional screen panels (Iverson)
- Heavy-duty SS arch with integral dinghy davit houses radar equipment, lights and siren (Tanner)
- Removable SS rail kayak mount (forward, starboard)
- Two 2-speed winches mounted on cabin top - main halyard/main sheet/main reed
- Two 2-speed main sheet winches mounted on coamings
- Three winch handles - stainless, aluminum and plastic
- Two Lewmar halyard single speed winches mounted on mast
- Garhauer rigid boom vang
Manufacturer Provided Description
The Island Packet 350 is the culmination of Island Packet’s mid-thirty designs. The 350 continued to refine IP’s hallmark hull, rudder and keel configuration as well as the cutter rig; but, added a swim platform, athwartship aft cabin, improved sail handling equipment including the Hoyt Staysail Boom, and even replaces teak handrails and other teak trim with easy to maintain stainless. The 350 is one of IP’s best sailing models and you can see and feel that in this safe, comfortable, and luxurious yacht. She handles and performs extremely well.
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. While Bob Johnson insists his designs are "first and foremost excellent cruising yachts," the performance of these yachts has earned them an impressive number of victories in prestigious offshore races around the world.
The integrally molded transom platform and clever folding ladder design will be appreciated by swimmers and those boarding from a dock or dinghy, while the offshore security of the cockpit is ensured with a full transom configuration, meeting the safety concerns and needs of passagemakers. The yacht's graceful sheerline carries from the attractive stern forward to the bowsprit tip, where large dual anchor rollers and deck pipes allow convenient and rapid deployment or retrieval of ground tackle. Thoughtful details such as replaceable chafe strips for wear from shackles and chain rodes, oversized deck pipes to clear thimbles, and interior rode attachments reflect Island Packet's unwavering attention to the needs of the cruising sailor.
The well laid out deck with meticulous molded detail offers wide side walkways, raised bulwarks forward, full-length continuous cabin top handrails, double lifelines with welded rails fore and aft, and two-tone premium diamond pattern, slip-resistant deck surfaces, all designed to enhance security while moving about on deck. The cockpit has full-length contoured seats that accommodate a large crew or invite stretching out. The helmsperson will enjoy excellent visibility from the separate raised seat with padded backrest.
The console-mounted steering features Island Packet's trademark premium rack and pinion geared design, providing a combination of reliability, strength, and sensitivity unmatched by any other wheel steering installation. A steering wheel brake and single lever engine control are also provided on the console with room for the owner - dealer-installed instruments, and the engine panel is equipped with full analog gauges for all readouts. Cockpit convenience features abound with standard details such as a built-in insulated cooler, two large seat lockers, a handheld personal shower (cold only) that easily reaches the stern platform, two stern rail seats, and a pedestal-mounted folding table. Safety concerns are equally met with a pin-lock for securing companionway drop boards, robust padeyes for safety harness attachment, a raised companionway bridgedeck, large cockpit scupper drain capacity, and self-locking seat locker hatches with push-button hasps that release from inside or out.
Island Packet's long term commitment to the cutter rig, paralleling that of experienced offshore sailors worldwide, is due to its versatility, ease of use, and excellent performance over a wide range of conditions. The integral bowsprit gives an extended base to the sailplan for added sail area and provides for optimum sheeting angles for close-winded performance. The new 350 improves upon this sailplan even further with a freestanding staysail boom, simplifying control and adding performance to this highly effective sail. All sails are by Sobstad and both the 130 percent genoa and the staysail include Harken roller furlers as standard equipment. The mainsail is equipped with an in-mast furler. All primary sail control lines lead aft, allowing routine sail trim and setting - reefing activity to be done from the comfort and security of the cockpit. Thoughtful features such as self-tailing winches, color-coded lines, rope clutches, traveler control lines, and coaming line stowage bins make sailing easier and more pleasant than ever.
Entering the new 350, one is immediately impressed by the spacious and bright feeling below. A harmonious blend of practical cruising features and liveaboard comfort is evidenced throughout. The base of the companionway ladder is surrounded by a molded sole area with slip-resistant surface, which extends into the nav and galley areas to provide both secure footing and easy maintenance for this busy central area. Added convenience is provided by a lift-out central teak grate with dust pan and lighted bilge sump access below, interior courtesy lights with switch adjacent to the companionway hatch, interior lock for the companionway hatch, and teak drop-boards with a fixed portlight and interior storage rack.
The Island Packet 350's innovative galley design abounds with usable space and convenience features. The well-insulated icebox has interior shelves, a direct-overboard electric drain pump, interior light with switch, electric refrigeration, and ample volume for holding plates, ice, and food. Numerous drawers, Formica-lined cabinets and lockers, and built-in dish and cutlery storage provide ample room for stores and utensils. A fold-up counter extension and slide-out trash receptacle; deep, polished stainless steel sinks; a safety-type LPG range complete with guard rail and harness attachments; and other detail features are sure to be appreciated both in harbor or underway.
The main salon is equally suited for social gatherings, off-watch retreats, or dining. The central hinged table may be either secured against the bulkhead mounted bottle and glass rack or easily lowered for a large dining area. An exceptional amount of interior stowage is available in the salon, as elsewhere throughout the interior, due in good part to the generous tankage centrally located below the cabin sole. Besides its obvious benefit of improving stowage, this feature also provides additional comfort underway by keeping the considerable weight of tank fluids low and out of the ends as well as reducing fore and aft trim changes with varying tank levels. Beautiful cabinetry and joiner-work in select teak; premium designer fabric over dual density 5-inch cushions; well placed light fixtures and handrails; numerous opening ports, deck vents, and hatches; and durable and easily maintained overhead and hull side surfaces make this salon and the entire interior attractive and practical. The nav table shares the aft end of the port settee for the navigator's seat and has ample room for bound chart packs or folded Admiralty charts. A handy drawer is provided outboard of the table, plus a locker underneath the table and a chart drawer under the starboard settee offer additional convenience.
The forward stateroom features a large Pullman berth, upholstered dressing seat with contoured backrest, large cedar-lined hanging locker, bureau cabinet, berth shelves, and plenty of stowage volume under the berth. A dorade vent, opening ports, and overhead hatch - as well as private head access and ample room to move about - further enhance this exceptional forward cabin.
Island Packet yachts have long been noted for their spacious and livable interior designs. The Island Packet 350 has garnered accolades for this particularly practical head layout with the large wrap-around counter, lots of cabinets, a shower with contoured seat and curtain, and drains that work heeled in either direction. Private access from either the salon or forward cabin, an opening port and overhead hatch, plus details such as a mirror, towel loop, and convenient lights add up to a standard of reference for all yachts in this size range. As with the forward stateroom, a generous Pullman style berth is featured in this fully enclosed aft cabin. A cedar-lined hanging locker, bureau cabinet, full-length mirror, long shelf, stowage bins, well-placed lights, two opening ports, and an overhead hatch make this area inviting and very livable.
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.