Island Packet 380 Cutter Rigged Sloop

Posted 30 May 2017 | Sailboats   

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Reduced to $190,000.00 !

First Light was designed for bluewater cruising in safety and comfort. Good in light and heavy air, she is a strong yacht, exceptionally well built by American craftsmen, and should be a strong consideration for any cruiser that truly wants to voyage offshore.

General:

  • Built by Island Packet Yachts in 2001
  • Designer: Robert K. Johnson
  • Cutter rigged Masthead sloop
  • LOA: 39 ft 7 in
  • Beam: 13 ft 2 in
  • LWL: 32 ft 0 in
  • Maximum Draft: 4 ft 7 in
  • Displacement: 21000 lbs
  • Ballast: 9000 lbs
  • Headroom: 6 ft 5 in
  • Dry Weight: 21000 lbs
  • 14 Net tons
  • Hauled and Bottom Painted 2013

Engine:

  • 4 Cylinder Yanmar Diesel #4JH3E raw water cooled
  • 54 HP at 3800 RPM
  • Single Aluminum 85 gallon diesel tank
  • Engine hours approx. 900
  • Yanmar B panel with Analog gauges at cockpit
  • Straight-drive Kanzaki 3A1 Transmission

Electrical, Electronics and Navigation:

  • Main DC panel at Nav station with circuit breakers
  • Voltage and amp meters
  • 2 Banks of five, group 27T Batteries
  • AC 30 amp panel with voltage and amp meter
    Alternator on engine
  • Charles Marine Charger 120v 40amp
  • Statpower 2000 w Inverter
  • Six solar panels and Wind Generator at radar arch with monitors in main cabin
  • Fisher Panda fuel injected diesel Generator
  • RayMarine ST602 Autopilot control at pedestal
  • ICOM M802 and ICOM handheld VHF Radios
  • ICOM M710 Single sideband with AT 130 antenna tuner
  • Raytheon ST60 series display at pedestal, depth sounder, knot meter, wind meter
  • 6” Ritchie Compass at helm
  • RayMarine E series Chartplotter GPS at helm
  • Thrane and Thrane Sat phone
  • Clarion AM/FM Radio with speakers
  • 1 Rule 12v Bilge pump

Ground Tackle and Sail Inventory:

  • 1-35 lb. Plow Anchor 250’ chain and 150’ rode and
    1 Fortress Anchor mounted on bow roller
  • Simpson Lawrence vertical up/down Anchor Windlass
  • In mast mainsail furling
  • Dacron Headsail
  • Harken Roller Furling headsail and Staysail
  • Staysail with club-footed aluminum boom
  • Spinnaker and pole
  • Lewmar 2-speed self-tailing winches at cockpit and mast
  • Lewmar 2-speed Electric winch on port cabin
  • Primary Lewmar Self-tailing electric winches
  • Schafer and Harken Aluminum blocks
  • Standing rigging 2012

Main Cabin:

  • Pull-Out Double Settee on port
  • Single Settee on Starboard
  • Both Settees are slip-covered with like new covers under
  • Teak Cabinets and Bookshelves
  • Stowage behind and Below Settees
  • Cedar Lined Hanging Locker with Shelf Over
  • Deluxe Drop-Leaf Table (Folds against Bulkhead Rack)
  • Teak and Holly Sole
  • Overhead Handrails
  • Pilot berth and Navigation Station on port
  • Master AC/DC Electrical Panels
  • Chart Stowage
  • Lee cloths for salon berths

Galley:

  • L-shaped galley on starboard
  • Gimbaled 3 Burner Stainless Steel Stove/Oven
  • 2 LP Gas tanks, regulator and 12V shutoff
  • Teak sea rail
  • Extra large Top-Loading Refrigerator and Freezer
  • Large dry storage locker
  • Double Stainless Steel Sinks
  • 170 Gallon Aluminum water tank
  • Hot/Cold Pressurized Water
  • 6 Gallon 120v Hot water tank
  • Spectra Watermaker 15 GPH
  • Microwave Oven
  • Trash Bin (retractable)
  • Shelves, Lockers and Drawers

Enclosed head:

  • Privacy doors from Master Stateroom and Salon
  • Deep, Oval Stainless Steel Sink
  • Manual Toilet
  • Hot/Cold Pressurized Water
  • Overhead Hatch
  • Opening Port
  • Fold-Down Shower Seat
  • Full Length Mirror
  • Shower Enclosure
  • 40 Gallon aluminum holding tank with macerator

Guest Stateroom:

  • Large Double Berth
  • Dressing Seat
  • Cedar-Lined Hanging Locker
  • Bureau with Shelf Over

Captains Cabin:

  • Teak door to cabin
  • Large walk-around double berth
  • Stowage below berth
  • Overhead Hatch
  • 2 Opening ports
  • Access to head from cabin
  • Hanging locker and bureau with shelf above

Deck and Additional:

  • All safety equipment
  • Lifesling on starboard rail
  • Horseshoe on Port rail
  • Stainless wheel with chain and cable steering system at pedestal
  • Dodger
  • Pedestal Helm station
  • Bowsprit is moulded to hull with integrated anchor roller
  • Stainless steel Radar Arch
  • Six aluminum and acrylic opening hatches and sliding entryway hatch
  • 10 opening Stainless steel port lights
  • 3 Hatches in cockpit
  • Stainless Steel two rail bow pulpit
  • Stainless Steel Stern Rail Pulpit
  • Cockpit Cushions
  • Transom Mounted Boarding Ladder
  • Emergency Tiller
  • FRP Cockpit Fold-Down Table
  • Dorade Vents
  • Assorted Fenders and Dock lines
  • 2 Manual bilge pumps
  • LP gas BBQ on stern rail
  • 12v Cockpit salt water system
  • Seat Locker
  • Winslow 6 person Life Raft
  • Genset (rectifier needs replacing) Lewmar 280

Accommodation Walk Through for First Light:

Starting forward one finds a comfortable, spacious and inviting forepeak cabin featuring a queen-sized berth with privacy doors to both the main salon and head and generous storage including hanging locker and under-berth storage.
Moving aft one finds the large, private head on the Port side with separate entrances from the forepeak cabin and salon.  The head features teak trim, stainless steel sink, large cabinet and generous vanity with linen cabinet, folding shower stall, shower enclosure, full length mirror, marine toilet, holding tank and pressurized hot & cold water.
The heart of the accommodations is the central salon which features a pull-out double settee berth to port, single settee berth to starboard surrounding a beautiful drop-leaf table.  The salon has well-designed, usable and spacious storage as would be expected for such a long-range capable cruiser.  Navigation station with table, chart stowage drawer beneath settee.
Spacious second cabin also has privacy doors behind which one finds a comfortable double bed with storage beneath, a pull-out vanity sink with hot/cold pressurized water, large hanging locker and bureau.
The galley is to starboard and aft of the companionway.  Countertop space abounds in this functional, efficient design which features a three burner propane stove/oven, double stainless steel sinks, large top accessible fridge with freezer, hot and cold pressurized water, microwave and retractable trash bin.  Storage abounds in drawers and lockers. Center of aft salon are companionway stairs leading to your large comfortable cockpit.
First Light is a partially cored FRP full foil keel hull of moderate draft. Made of one-piece construction for superior strength she features wide walkways, raised bulwarks forward, full length continuous stainless steel cabin top handrails, double lifelines with welded rails fore and aft, and diamond pattern, slip resistant surfaces, all designed to enhance safety and security.
She is a displacement, full keel, spade rudder, rounded bilges, moderately raked bow, reversed transom with step and straight shear of FRP, cruising vessel, in excellent condition.
Like a well-built house, a good cruising yacht must succeed on several levels. These include having the ability and stability to weather a big blow, being slippery enough to make headway in a fickle wind, and having the all-important home-away-from-home accommodation.
Along the way, things such as engineering, serviceability, and user-friendliness each play a role.
As for user-friendliness, two people can easily sail the Island Packet 380. All lines lead back along the cabin top through Lewmar clutches to the cockpit. There is an electric winch for the main halyard, and on both Primary winches.
She is absolutely a contender for a couple or family looking for a comfortable bluewater passagemaker.

Vessel availability is subject to prior sale or withdrawal without notice. Specifications given are believed to be correct but are not guaranteed. 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.

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