CLASSIC ISLAND PACKET - CENTERBOARD DESIGN - Great OPPORTUNITY
"Summer Place" has all the features you want to enjoy your favorite anchorages; yet, she will take you safely on coastal and offshore adventures. Most of her maintenance has been done professionally.
The Island Packet 32 replaced the very popular IP 31. It has a similar floor plan and feel; but, the hull, keel and rudder were tweaked giving the 32 improved performance. She is strong and comfortable and will take you wherever you want to go. Even at 32', "Summer Place" is big enough to sleep 7; but, still inspires confidence for someone moving up from a smaller yacht to single-hand or short-crew her. The 32 is a luxurious, safe and great performing pocket cruiser.
I have a lifetime of boating, fishing, waterskiing, cruising and racing experience as well as 25 years of selling all kinds of power and sail boats. I will guide you effortlessly through the purchase process from the showings to the offers through the counters, survey, acceptance and settlement. I will make your boat buying experience easy and fun, and guarantee that you will get the boat best suited for your needs, plans and monies. And, I will be there after the sale to help you with every aspect of your boating experience.
Please, don't forget, I am always looking for good, quality sail and power boat listings. With real Yacht World Sold Boat comparables, a quarter century of marketing and sales experience, as well as a standing list of Buyers I have the selling know-how to move your boat in this tough economy with a simple goal of getting you the most monies in the shortest time. Call me to discuss your current boat and how we can maximize its sale.
Please contact Jim Elliott at (410) 708-4422
Características adicionales, equipo e información:
Marca del motor: Yanmar
Año de construcción: 1990
Modelo del motor: 3GM
Tipo de motor: Intraborda
Tipo de motor/combustible: Diesel
Hélice: Hélice 3 palas
Tipo de transmisión: Transmisión directa
Potencia del motor: 27 HP
Número de depósitos de agua dulce: (90 Galones)
Número de depósitos de combustible: (48 Galones)
Número de depósitos de aguas negras: (15 Galones)
Accommodations and Walkthru
The Anchor Locker is in the bow and accessed through the forward cabin. There is a large Vee Berth with storage under. A hanging locker and cabinet are inside the entrance to starboard. An opening hatch and 2 opening ports keep the forward cabin comfortable.
The Head follows aft to port with commode, sink, shower with seat and of course hot/cold water was standard. There are 2 opening ports and a hatch ventilating the head.
Next, aft, is the Main Saloon with IP’s bulkhead mounted table and “L” shaped settee to port which pulls out making a double berth. A straight settee is across on the starboard side. There are 4 opening ports and an opening hatch. Tremendous storage under, behind and over the settees.
Aft on the port side is an open aft cabin with a privacy curtain. There is a forward facing folding nav table inside the cabin entrance that is large enough for real chart work. The electric panel is located by the nav table built into the bureau cabinets and hanging locker.
The “U” shaped Galley is across on starboard separated by the companionway from the aft cabin. There is an amazing amount of counter space with a double sink and huge ice box, and plenty of storage.
Like all IPs, the Cockpit is large allowing comfortable sailing, entertaining or sleeping.
Hot/Cold Pressure Water
Teak & Holly Sole throughout except Head/Companioway/Galley where sole is non-skid fibreglass.
Two Burner Propane Stove and Oven
Saloon Cushions Redone in Ultra Leather
Screens for all opening ports and hatches
Dometic 12Volt Refrigeration
Force 10 Propane Heater
Electrical Systems and Equipment
The Island Packet 32 has both a 12 Volt Ship and 110 Volt Shorepower Systems.
Three Batteries: 1 Engine Start Battery and 2 House Batteries connected through a Parallel Switch and distributed through a 12 Volt Breaker Panel
2 110 Volt Services with 1 dedicated to the Heat Pump. The House Service is distributed through at 110 Volt Breaker Panel
2 - 50' Shorepower Cords
No-Strike Lightening Device at Mast Head
12 volt Fans in Forward Cabin, Saloon and Aft Cabin
2 - 12Volt Plugs at Nav Station
Electronics & Navigation Instruments
Raytheon 5000+ Autopilot w/Rudder Angle Indicaton
RayMarine RCD435 GPS/Chartplotter
Ritchie Compass at Helm
Datamarine Knotmeter and Depthsounder
ICOM VHF Radio
Polyplanar Stereo with Cabin and Cockpit Speakers
Davis Windex at Masthead
Sails and Rigging
The Island Packet 32 has a high-aspect, single spreader, keel-stepped Cutter Rig.
Mainsail with 2 Single Line Reefing Points
Dutchman Mainsail Flaking System
Traveller with lines led through Dodger to Cockpit
135% Genoa on Harken Furling System
Staysail on Harken Furling System
Lewmar 40ST 2 Speed Primary Winches
2 Lewmar 16ST 2 Speed Mainsail Winches on Coach Roof
4 Rope Clutches handling Mainsail Lines on Coach Roof
2 Lemar 8 Genoa and Staysail Halyard Winches on Mast
Cruising Spinnaker with Sock 2002
Hull and Deck and Equipment
The island Packet 32 has a solid fiberglass hull and a synthetically cored deck with a "full foil Keel" steered through a protected spade rudder. This is a very efficient design that tracks well and is very responsive.especially in tight marina situations.
35# CQR Anchor with chain and nylon 3-strand rode
Fortress F23 Anchor with chain and nylon 3-strand rode
Bimini w/Struts and Sighting Window
Edson Outboard Stanchion Bracket
Teak Cockpit Table and Drink Holder
USCG Saftey Package & Horseshoe Throwable
Fenders and Docklines
Boarding Ladder at Transom
Full Winter Cover
Engine & Mechanicals
"Summer Place" has a fresh water cooled, 3 Cylinder, 3GM Yanmar 27HP Diesel.
Electric Auto/Manual Bilge Pump
Mechanical Bilge Pump
Rack and Pinion Wheel Steering with Emergency Tiller
Marine Commode with Holding Tank and Deck Pumpout as well as Thruhull Pumpout
Galley Cold Water Hand Pump
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.