Island Packet 370

£134,950 (Tax Paid)

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  • Island Packet 370
  • Island Packet 370
  • Island Packet 370
  • Island Packet 370
  • Island Packet 370
  • Island Packet 370
  • Island Packet 370
  • Island Packet 370
  • Island Packet 370
The Island Packet 370 is coming from a yard that is highly regarded for building strong, seaworthy sailboats that are tuned to the cruising sailor's needs. The 370 model offers balanced sailing performance on all courses and conditions, a roomy and luminous interior and plenty of storage space. Her moderate draft allows for access to wider range of cruising grounds.

“Castle Island” is only in her 2nd ownership and comes well-equipped. She would be equally suitable her for long blue water trips by a couple or family with occasional guests on board.

Currently lying Chichester Marina, West Sussex, viewings available 7 days a week via prior appointment through the Chichester office.

Location: Chichester Marina, West Sussex
Listing office: Chichester

£134,950 (Tax Paid)

Boat Details

Make: Island Packet
Model: 370
Year: 2004
LOA: 37ft/11m
Class: Sailing Cruiser
Hull: Glass Reinforced Plastic
Keel: Long Keel
Rig: Cutter
Engine: Single Diesel
Layout: Aft Cockpit
Berths: 7
Cabins: 2
Aft Cabins: 1
Ancasta Ref: 31446
Vessel Name: Castle Island
ISLAND PACKET 370 BUILT IN 2004 TO A 2005 MODEL YEAR SPECIFICATION
HIN ends 405
Built by the Island Packet shipyard in USA
Designer: Robert K. Johnson

CONSTRUCTION:
GRP hull, deck and superstructure
Integrally moulded "Full Foil" long keel provides a combination of strength, stability, control and shallow water access with her shallow draft
Hull and deck bonded and bolted for utmost strength
Two-tone deck: low glare light ivory with integrally moulded low-glare tan-diamond pattern slip resistant surface
Wheel steering

DIMENSIONS:
LOA: 11.53m (37'10")
Beam: 3.99m (13'1")
Draft: 1.30m (4'3")
Displacement: 21,000lbs (9525kgs)
Ballast: 8400lbs (3810kgs)
All the above figures are approximate

Lifted and antifouled April 2017
CUTTER RIG
Charleston mast and spars
Stainless steel standing rigging - original
In-mast roller furling main
110% roller furling high clew genoa system
Roller furling staysail with self-vanging Hoyt boom for improved performance and superb adaptability
Light reaching headsail on furling luff rope
Harken furling systems

WINCHES (all Lewmar):
Two 2-speed self-tailing genoa winches
Two 2-speed self-tailing spinnaker sheet winches
Three single speed halyard winches
Single 2-speed self-tailing mainsheet winch
Single 2-speed self-tailing winch for furling main
Single speed staysail sheet winch

SAILS:
Main - Quantum - 2005
Genoa - Quantum - 2005
Stay sail - Quantum - 2005
Light reaching headsail - Crusader - 2015
SLEEPS UP TO SEVEN
Master cabin forward with large island double berth (cedar-lined drawer underneath), chrome-plated halogen cabin lights with dimmers, overhead lights with dimmers, cedar-lined hanging locker with shelf, two bureaus with shelves, opening portholes, overhead hatch with screen / shade and deck vent.
Heads compartment with separate shower stall with folding door, moulded seat, high quality work surfaces, stainless steel sink, storage cabinets above and below, opening port and overhead hatch with screen / shade.
Aft cabin with large offset island double berth, teak shelf outboard, cedar-lined bureau with shelf above, access to port lazarette, opening ports, overhead hatch with screen / shade
Saloon with full length settees, large stowage areas behind and under both settees, port settee converts to a double bunk, cedar-lined hanging locker with shelf above, large drop-leaf table folds against bulkhead, lights with dimmers, overhead hatch, opening ports, deck vents and overhead hand rails, chart stowage under port settee
Navigation station with varnished teak table, ultraleather covered swing out swivel seat (electrically operated), navigation light, large navigation / electronics panel and mirror under hinged tabletop
"U-shaped" galley with icebox with double gasketed lid, electric drain pump, gimballed 3-burner gas oven and grill, storage cupboards and drawers, microwave, twin sinks, hot and cold mixer tap, manual fresh water pump, teak dish racks and cutlery drawers, opening port and overhead hatch with screen shade
Teak interior joinery
Cream leather upholstery throughout
Teak & Holly flooring throughout

Eberspacher Airtronic D4 heating with outlets to both cabins and saloon
YANMAR 4JH3BE (56HP) DIESEL ENGINE
Serviced October 2016
Cruising speed: 5 knots approximately
Maximum speed: 7 knots approximately
Shaft drive to 3-bladed propeller
Bow thruster

ELECTRIC:
Three 12v batteries
Batteries charged by engine alternator or 240v battery charger
Inverter
Shorepower connector and cable

TANKAGE:
Single 284 litre (75 gallon) fuel tank
Single 605 litre (160 gallon) water tank
Single 208 litre (55 gallon) holding tank

WATER SYSTEM:
Pressurised hot and cold water system
Water heated by engine calorifier or 240v immersion heater
NAVIGATION AIDS:
Ritchie compass (2014)
Raymarine ST60 Tridata (speed/depth/log)
Raymarine ST60 Wind
Raymarine GPS/Plotter at chart table
Raymarine 7" Radar/GPS/plotter at binnacle (2009)
C-Map for chart plotter
RS130 AIS (2014)
Simrad R586 VHF
Icom hand-held VHF DSC (2015)
Raymarine 6001 autopilot
Raynav 300 GPS
ICS Nav6 Plus navtex

GROUND TACKLE:
CQR anchor to chain and warp
Muir Atlantic reversible electric anchor windlass (operated from helm pod)

GENERAL EQUIPMENT:
Manual bilge pump
Automatic bilge pump
Navigation lights
Guardwire, pulpit and pushpit
Sprayhood
Gas detector
Searchlight
Horn
Various warps
Seven fenders
Boathook
Various engine spares
Boarding ladder
Avon R260 dinghy (2006)
Mercury 3.3hp outboard (2006)

SAFETY EQUIPMENT:
Seago life-raft (last serviced 2017)
Danbuoy
Flares (expire 2018)
Lifebuoys
Eight life-jackets
Fire blanket
Firedell Blipper radar reflector
Emergency steering
We purchased her in 2009 from the 1st owner who rarely used her. On purchase she had 300 engine hours only. Since owning her we have cruised for 8 years on the South Coast of England, the North Coast of France and the Channel Islands. She is in excellent condition, well (and lovingly) maintained.