The Owner's of "Mary Time" just called and said we want her SOLD, Just Reduced $5000 to $74,900 !!!
"Mary Time" is an EXCELLENT example of the popular Island Packet 35 with a centerboard!! She has been VERY WELL maintained by her ONLYOWNERsince she was new and it shows. All of her Teak is in the process of being refinished with Cetol, and the topsides are being Buffed and Waxed also. The hull was compounded, buffed and waxedand it still shines. She has only 1330 hours on her Yanmar 35 HP engine and was kept on Fresh Water the first three years after commissioning.
Here is some of the equipment and upgrades on "Mary Time":
New 2014 Centerboard Kevlar control line and wire
New 2015 Isinglass for the Dodger
Auto-Helm Auto Pilot
Speed and depth instruments
Balmar 100 amp alternator
Avon Dinghy and Evinrude 8 HP outboard
Digital Battery Monitor
Check out Full Specs for all the details....
Here is an excerpt for a review from Jack Hornor in a Boat US review:
"The Island Packet 35, designed by MIT-educated naval architect and company President Bob Johnson, was introduced in 1989, and it remained in production through 1994. In 1997, a slightly modified Island Packet 350 was introduced, but to avoid any possible confusion, I will confine my comments to the earlier of the two models.
I would characterize this design as a conservative, traditional cruiser that is likely to appeal to sailors more interested in comfort than speed made good to weather. The design has quite high freeboard and a high cabin trunk, but these features are disguised by a beautifully drawn sweeping sheerline and bowsprit, which make the boat look longer and lower than it really is............."
FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THIS BOAT, CONTACT:
LICENSED & BONDED PROFESSIONAL BROKER CELL PHONE - (941) 916-2740 FISHERMEN'S VILLAGE 941-639-7777 (Office) E-MAIL - RonV@PierOneYachtSales.com
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Please give Ron Vendegna a call for more information or to set up an appointment to see "Mary Time" at 941-916-2740 on his cell or the office at 941-639-7777. You can email me at Ronv@pieroneyachtsales.com
Please contact RON VENDEGNA 941-916-2740 at 941-639-7777
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Island Packet Yachts
Designer: Robert Johnson
Flag of Registry: United States
Hull Shape: Monohull
LOA: 38 ft 0 in
Beam: 12 ft 0 in
LWL: 30 ft 0 in
Minimum Draft: 3 ft 8 in
Displacement: 17500 lbs Dry Load
Ballast: 8000 lbs
Bridge Clearance: 48 ft 0 in
Headroom: 6 ft 4 in
The Tri-Cabin layout is ideally suited for extended cruising, two double berths one forward and one aft and the port settee makes up into another double berth, perfect when you have guests visit. There is an Abundance of Storage throughout the vessel which Island Packet is known for. There is a large head forward with separate stall shower and a huge well equipped Galley aft. The main salon has the dining table that folds up on the bulkhead with makes for a lot of room for entertaining or just relaxing in the main saloon.
Princess 3 burner propane stove with oven
Two ten pound aluminum propane tanks mounted in an exterior locker on deck.
Propane safety solenoid
Adler Barbour refrigeration.
Pressure hot and cold water.
Atwood six gallon electric hot water tank.
Manual pump at galley sink
Hideaway trash bin.
Dry locker and ample cabinet space.
Garmin 162 Chart plotter
Autohelm ST 4000 Autopilot
Kenyon-Stowe Depth and Speed instruments
Kenyon-Stowe Wind speed and direction, currently not operational
110v as well as 12v systems
Stainless A/C shore power 30 amp socket mounted in the cockpit.
A/C outlets throughout, all GFIC protected.
High output Balmar 100 amp alternator.
Balmar MC-612 regulator
Wired for a 300 amp hour house Gel Cell battery bank plus dedicated engine Gel cell battery.
Two battery switches isolate engine battery from house systems
All through hull fittings are bonded with ships electrical system.
Sails and Rigging
Fully batten main with two single line reefing points
Dutchman System on the Main Sail
Harken roller furling on 135% Genoa
Staysail with self tending boom
Sheets and lines lead back to cockpit
Lewmar oversized winches, installed at the factory
1 x 19 wire stainless standing rigging.
NEW 2016 mast boot
I: 44.30' / 13.50m
P: 37.50' / 11.43m
J: 17.00' / 5.18m
E: 14.00' / 4.27m
SA (Fore): 376.55 ft2 / 34.98 m2
SA (Main): 262.50 ft2 / 24.39 m2
Bottom painted 2015, and currently stored on the hard
All the Teak had 3 coats of Cetol and 2 coats of Cetol Gloss in January 2015 and is in the process of being done again and the Topsides are also being Buffed and Waxed
Windlass with capstan, up relay, foot button on deck, currently not operational
44# Bruce anchor, 220’ 5/16 Hi-Test chain
35# CQR, 60’ 30' 5/16 chain and 200’ ½” rode
Three Dorade vents
Lifesling in cockpit
Starboard sail locker has built-in divider to protect refrigeration compressor.
Avon dinghy with 8 hp. Evinrude outboard
Forespar Dinghy motor lift
Stainless wheel at helm w/rack & pinion direct connect to top of rudder post.
Richie compass mounted at helm.
Teak drink holder with fold out cockpit table mounted on pedestal in cockpit
Sunbrella pedestal cover.
Whale manual bilge pump at helm.
Centerboard control line at helm, Kevlar line and wire replaced 2014
Closed cell cockpit cushions.
Free-standing bimini/dodger with zippered connection.
NEW 2014 Isinglass windshield on the dodger with connector to bimini
Shower in cockpit
Jabsco manual toilet
“Y” valve enable pumping toilet into the tank or directly OB when off-shore
Separate standup hot and cold pressure water shower.
Shower sump plumbed to pump overboard, not into the bilge.
"Mary Time" is ready to sail off into the sunset, and with the 3' 8" draft you can go almost anywhere, all you will need to do is add some updated electronics and provisions....!
She is currently stored on the hard and is ready for your inspection, her bottom was painted Spring 2015, the entire boat has been Buffed and Waxed and all the teak was done with Cetol in January 2015 and is in the process of being done again.
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.