1989 Island Packet 38 Cutter Rig
1989 Island Packet 38 Cutter Rig $153,000.00
IP38-100 Moonraker Equipment Description: ACCOMMODATIONS: There is a spacious tri-cabin layout with comfortable accommodations for seven.
The master stateroom is forward with a large pullman berth to starboard, cavernous storage below, drawers and hanging lockers to port and a head with sit-down or stand-up shower further forward.
The main saloon has an L-shaped dinette to starboard that converts to a double berth.
The table opens to seat up to 7 and folds up against the forward bulkhead to remain out of the way and cover the wine/liquor cabinet.
Bookshelves and lockers line both sides and large storage areas lie beneath and behind the settees.
Another head with shower lies at the base of the stairs to port.
The aft stateroom has a double bed with standing headroom forward and a large hanging locker and cabinets.
Exquisite teak joinerwork abounds.
A custom carpet set protects the teak and holly sole.
MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT: There is pressurized hot/cold water with a manual back-up pump at the galley sink.
An Atwood 11 gallon 120vac water heater with engine heat exchanger is easily accessed behind the aft stateroom aft bulkhead.
The bilge is deep and dry with a Rule 12 volt pump and Ultimate switch, Whale manual pump, and separate gray water bilge/pump/switch.
The prop shaft seal is a PSS brand dripless face seal unit insuring a dry bilge with no odors.
The raw water intake system features a single centralized seacock with a Groco bronze strainer easily accessed at the base of the companion way stairs; this minimizes thru-hulls and maintenance.
All seacocks are UL marine approved bronze with substantial backing plates.
There is a new factory-built aluminum holding tank with epoxy liner.
Each head features a Jabsco manual marine toilet.
Anchoring duties are handled by an oversized custom bronze Maxwell VW1200 windlass with 150 amp breaker, reversing solenoid, bronze chain stopper, and manual backup/clutch handle paired with 100 feet of oversized high-test chain plus 175 feet of 3 strand nylon rode in a large and lighted anchor well.
There is a Kidde marine automatic fire extinguisher in the engine compartment.
Alarms are installed for propane, CO and CO2 .
In the engine compartment there is a Dahl primary fuel filter with extra electric fuel pump for bleeding in addition to the Yanmar primary filter and manual priming pump.
The original rudder suffered from delamination (a common problem per the factory) and was replaced by a factory fabricated unit in 1998.
The rudder is protected by the full keel and a stainless line-blocking toe strap.
Steering is via a foolproof Edson rack and pinion system.
Ballast is lead fully encapsulated within the keel (no keel bolts or other external keel maintenance and safety issues).
Cutlass bearing replaced winter 2005/2006.
GALLEY EQUIPMENT: A large U-shaped galley is found at the base of the companionway to starboard.
There is a double stainless sink with hot/cold water, back-up manual pump, Brita water purifier, water tank gauge and spray hose.
The chef will enjoy the Force 10 all-stainless gimbaled 3 burner stove with pot fiddles, oven with broiler, safety bar and clip points.
Two LPG tanks reside in a vented deck well with a remote solenoid as well as a Xintex remote solenoid and dual automatic shut-off sensors.
An Adler-Barbour 12 volt unit (new in 2003, replaced original identical unit) provides efficient refrigeration with a freezer compartment and factory shelf and teak divider for the exceptionally large top-opening reefer.
The house battery bank can run the fridge for at least 36 hours (at 50% discharge).
There is also a Sharp microwave oven with carousel.
As with all Island Packets, there is a large amount of stowage in cabinets and drawers, beneath the sinks and stove, and beneath the cabin sole.
ELECTRONICS/NAV: Datamarine Link 5000 wind/depth/speed/log instruments feature displays at the helm and nav station (wind unit factory rebuilt in 2004).
A Raytheon R10 CRT radar resides at the nav station with a mast mounted radome.
GPS redundancy is accomplished with a Raynav 570 Loran Navigator.
For offshore (or hobby) duties, there is a SGC2000 HF/SSB set at the nav station with insulated backstay antenna, SG230 automatic tuner, and copper groundplane system.
An ultra reliable Alpha 3000 autopilot with a 12 volt linear drive is direct-coupled to the rudderpost.
There is a Standard GX2300S VHF at the nav station with a masthead Metz antenna.
The masthead Davis Windex indicator is illuminated by the masthead light.
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM: The 12 volt DC system features four 105 amp-hour absorbed glass mat house batteries (2 AGM batteries replaced 2006) and a separate gelled electrolyte starting battery that eliminate the need for winter removal or trickle charging.
Charging is via a 130 amp engine alternator and Balmar Maxcharge 3/4 stage charge controller or a Truecharge 20 amp AC charger; both systems are temperature compensated and have properly fused cables.
A 30 amp shore power system with automatic isolator or a Prowatt 1500 watt inverter supplies AC current with outlets in all areas of the boat.
At the nav station there is a custom Island Packet distribution panel with a hinged panel, teak cover, lighted circuits, and both voltage and current metering.
Factory grounding system is included.
GFI outlets in galley and heads.
DECK & HULL: The deck core material is epoxy resin with microballoons and is impervious to water penetration or delamination.
The bottom gelcoat has never had blister problems, but is protected nonetheless by the Interprotect 2000E system.
Bottom paint is low maintenance Interlux CSC Micron Extra ablative paint with a red base layer and light blue topcoat repainted spring 2007 All hardware is installed with substantial backing plates and mounting nuts are easily accessible.
Tall stainless steel stanchions with reinforced bases have new dual lifelines in 2000.
There are stainless bow and stern pulpits with a stainless stern boarding ladder with teak treads.
Stout stainless dual anchor rollers handle the anchor rodes.
Six large stainless cleats with chocks and chafe guards control docklines.
Ventilation is via 13 all-stainless portholes with stainless removable screens and six Lewmar hatches with teak interior screens.
There is an Edson teak cockpit table with removable wings.
Cockpit seat cushions (including ones for the helm seat and bow pulpit) smooth the ride.
Cockpit seats are over 7 feet long