1998 Island Packet 40
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Best Equipped Worldwide
- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Choshi City, Japan
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- US$ 179,000
PRICE NOW REDUCED TO $179,000!!!! Owner is planning to ship vessel back to San Diego soon. In consideration of the cost and effort to do so, owner is wiling to sell the vessel at this price before shipping, i.e. with delivery to buyer in Japan. The window to seize this exceptionally deal is short. Over $250K has been invested in this yacht.
MAJOR $70,000 REFIT IN 2018/2019. WORLD-CRUISE READY CONDITION. BEST VALUE WORLDWIDE ON A CRUISE-READY IP-40!
OVER $250K INVESTED!
LLC OWNED! CONTACT A QUALIFIED PROFESSIONAL ABOUT THE ADVANTAGES OF AN LLC PURCHASE.
The Island Packet 40 offers the ultimate in safety and seaworthiness, along with a comfortable and cozy interior that is as beautiful as it is functional. This historic Island Packet 40 is unlike any other on the market!
Dream Weaver was purchased from her original owner in Spring of 2017, after an extensive search, for a non-stop Pacific crossing, from San Diego to Japan. Since new, she was lightly used and meticulously maintained by caring and knowledgeable owners.
Major replacements and upgrades performed by qualified professionals totaling more than $70,000 since 2018 include, but not limited to: complete replacement of standing and running rigging, full servicing of all winches, new line clutches and additional winches; servicing of engine and generator, including replacement of engine manifold and exhaust elbow of generator; all new mast wiring, all lights switched to LED and complete replacement of the 1,000AH battery bank; new electronics (Axiom 12 chartplotter, Iridium GO, AIS-B…) and autopilot; new bottom paint and hull waxing; Viking RescU Pro 6, Jordan series drogue, and EPIRB.
Online access to digital file with all invoices, manuals, pictures etc. will be made available to interested parties.
Distinguishing factors: Complete overhaul in 2018, in pristine condition and ready for a circumnavigation tomorrow as proven by recent non-stop Pacific crossing; new 1,000AH battery bank, DuoGen3 electricity generator, 7.6kw diesel generator and solar panels assure abundant electricity; Boom furling, electric halyard winch and Lewmar 48 and 16 winches with dual rope clutches on starboard and port sides make line handling easy; Autoprop is very effective when under power and efficient when under sail. Two zones of reverse-cycle air/heat, custom made mattress, and custom carpet add to the comfort of this already comfortable boat.
Now, after safely and comfortably completing the non-stop 7,000 nautical mile passage from the US to Japan with only a totally blind sailor and a novice sailor as captain and crew, she is ready to continue the dream with a new owner.
Upgrades by prior owner include:
- Raymarine E-90W GPS/Chartplotter/Radar with AIS, 2010
- Sidepower Bow thruster, 2006
- Furlboom furling main, installed 2007
- Electric halyard winch, 2007
- New Force 10 stove, 2014
- New inverter, 2014
- New holding tank and waste hoses, 2014
- New hot water heater, 2015
- New heat exchanger, hoses and exhaust manifold, 2012
- New custom handcraft mattress in forward stateroom, 2013
Over $70K in upgrades since 2018, include:
- Mast removed: all running and standing rigging replaced; mast wiring and lights replaced; with LED.
- All winches dis-assembled, serviced, cleaned and lubricated
- New rope clutches and a new winch installed
- Staysail converted from self-tending to manual controls.
- Sails inspected and re-stitched
- Walder Boombrake installed
- Lifelines replaced and jacklines added
ENGINE, GENERATOR, WATER
- Engine and generator serviced
- New exhaust manifold for engine and mixing elbow for generator
- Cutlass bearing replaced
- Particulate and charcoal water filter for all water on boat
- ECO UV water filter for galley in addition to foregoing
- 10 new Lifeline batteries, total 1,000 amp-hours
- 450 watts of solar panels installed with regulator
- DuoGen 3 hydro/wind generator system installed with regulator
- Axiom 12 Chartplotter
- New EVO4000 autopilot that can interchange with original autopilot components
- Spare liner drive
- NEW VHF radio and RAM mic
- New RescYou Pro 6P offshore valise liferaft
- 406 mHz EPIRB
- TriLens Radar reflector
- Jordan series drogue
- Backup bilge pump
- Heads rebuilt
- Compass calibrated
- Bottom sanded 2 coats paint applied Feb 2019
- Last buff & wax Feb 2019
PRELIMINARY LISTING-MORE DETAILS AND PHOTOS TO FOLLOW!
Providing professional and knowledgeable Yacht Brokerage service for over 30 years; USCG Licenced captain since 1982.
For further information, contact Bob Sherman at 619-847-1122 or email@example.com
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Please contact Bob Sherman at 619-847-1122
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Designer: Robert K. Johnson
Hull Shape: Monohull
LOA: 41 ft 6 in
Beam: 12 ft 11 in
LWL: 39 ft 4 in
Maximum Draft: 4 ft 8 in
Displacement: 22800 lbs
Ballast: 10000 lbs
Headroom: 6 ft 5 in
Dry Weight: 22800 lbs
Total Power: 50 HP
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Year Built: 1998
Engine Model: Yanmar
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Propeller: 3 blade propeller
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 50 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: (170 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (90 Gallons)
Number of single berths: 2
Number of double berths: 2
Number of cabins: 3
Number of heads: 2
Manufacturer's Description (with edits)
Designed with Island Packet Yachts' exclusive Full Foil Keel, the Island Packet 40 unifies the performance attributes of modern hull and foil designs with the superior safety, enhanced steering qualities, and more seakindly motion available only with a long keel. This feature brings numerous benefits to the cruising sailor: superior protection from damage or fouling of prop and rudder, an integral hull and keel construction for the strongest possible unified structure, a moderate draft with exceptional stability characteristics for shallow water gunkholing or worldwide voyaging, and winning performance capabilities. Full-length cabin top handrails, double lifelines with welded bow and stern rails, recessed foredeck with bulwarks, and a premium, slip-resistant surface of a contrasting low-glare gelcoat all contribute to offshore safety. Forward, the integral bowsprit-anchor platform increases sail area, improves sheeting angles for enhanced windward performance, and provides ready stowage and immediate access for ground tackle. The 8-foot long cockpit has full-length contoured seats offering plenty of room for comfortable sitting or stretching out. A premium, console-mounted rack and pinion steering system is employed for its exceptional feel and rugged reliability. Integrated into the custom steering console are the single-lever engine control, compass, and flip-up cockpit table. The standard cutter rig used has furling systems on both the genoa and self-tending staysail. (Note: Dream Weaver was modified with full-batten in-boom furling, and staysail boom was removed. This allows greater control of staysail, more foredeck space, and makes tacking the jib easier.] The skipper has a variety of sail combinations available that are readily adaptable to maximize comfort, safety and performance over a wide range of wind and sea conditions. The generous sail plan, utilizing three simply managed sails, coupled with the easily-driven, long-waterline hull form, assures excellent light-air performance. Belowdecks, two double staterooms, well-separated for privacy, and each with an adjoining head and shower, combine with an expansive central living area to provide a gracious setting. Overhead handrails, bulkhead handgrips and an easily maintained, molded slip-resistant cabin sole offer sure-footed movement while underway. The wraparound galley is equipped with a host of detail features for both convenience and safety. The L-shaped settee in the main salon can be quickly converted to an extra double berth with its built-in pullout panel. Forward, there is an elegant, full-width owner's stateroom, with generous stowage. The aft stateroom is similarly roomy and inviting, and has a huge double berth. The engine is mounted on a molded engine bed with an integral drip pan. Fastidious mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems are all in evidence here and are easily accessible through a removable front panel, hinged side panels and an aft cover. All Island Packet 40 structural laminates and internal reinforcements are designed to meet or exceed rigid ABS standards for offshore yachts. Hulls are molded of knitted triaxial roving, offering vastly superior impact and puncture resistance compared to conventional woven rovings or cored construction. Deck laminates are engineered for high-strength with reduced weight, utilizing Island Packet's exclusive PolyCore system. Interior construction features an engineered grid system and reinforced fiberglass structure fully bonded with the hull to form a unit structure of immense strength and durability.
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.