FIRST LIGHT is a clean, well equipped IP 380 that is set up for cruising. She features new canvas, a nice cruising arch with a solar array, electric primary winches, in-mast furling main, self tending staysail, central heat and air, AGM batteries, Inverter, LED lights and the list goes on.
The Island Packet 380 is designed with a modern Full Foil keel, cutter rig, and impressive interior accommodation plan. The Full Foil keel provides a host of advantages: moderate draft for access to a wider variety of cruising grounds, integral one piece construction for superior strength, a highly effective airfoil shape for excellent windward performance, and a modern hull form for enhanced speed and maneuverability. The safety and seakeeping offered by this keel design provide both piece of mind and additional comfort while underway. The cutter rig features a self-tacking staysail with boom.
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The Island Packet 380 represents a further evolution of the design, engineering, and construction philosophy proven in over 1500 yachts and in countless miles of all kinds of cruising. The Full Foil keel continues as the foundation of the Island Packet concept, and its design and construction provide a host of advantages to the cruising sailor: moderate draft for access to a wider variety of cruising grounds, integral one-piece construction for superior strength, a highly effective airfoil shape for excellent windward performance, and a modern hull form for enhanced speed and maneuverability. In addition, the safety and seakeeping offered by this keel design provide both piece of mind and additional comfort while underway. The well laid out deck with meticulously molded detail offers wide walkways, raised bulwarks forward, full length continuous stainless steel cabin top handrails, double lifelines with welded rails fore and aft, and two tone premium diamond pattern, slip resistant surfaces, all designed to enhance safety and security while moving about on the deck. Lifeline gates feature a teak step plate with a recess to accept aft led reefing - furling lines, keeping the gate area free of loose lines when in port. The cockpit has full length contoured seats that accommodate a large crew or invite stretching out. The helmsperson will enjoy excellent visibility from the raised seat with padded backrest. The console mounted steering features Island Packet's trademark rack and pinion geared design, providing a combination of reliability, strength, and sensitivity unmatched by any other wheel steering design. A steering wheel brake and single lever engine control lever are also provided on the pedestal, with additional room provided for a dealer - owner installed instrument pod. The engine panel itself is within easy reach of the helm and features full analog gauges for all readouts. Cockpit convenience features abound with standard details such as a built-in insulated beverage locker, two large seat lockers with gas support struts for easy access, a hand held personal shower (cold only) that easily reaches the stern swim step, deep swim ladder with rubber treads, two stern rail seats, and a pedestal mounted folding table. Safety concerns are equally well met with a pin lock for securing companionway drop boards, robust padeyes for safety harness attachments, a raised companionway bridgedeck, large cockpit scupper drain capacity, and self-locking seat locker hatches with push button hasps that release from inside and out. Island Packet's long term commitment to the cutter rig, paralleling the choice of experienced offshore cruisers and short handed racers worldwide, is due to its versatility, ease of use, and excellent performance over a wide range of wind and sea conditions. The 380 improves upon this highly desired sailplan even further with a freestanding staysail boom, simplifying control, and adding performance to this highly effective sail. All sails are built in the US by Sobstad, and both the high clew jib and the staysail include Harken furling systems as standard equipment to further simplify sail handling. The mainsail is equipped with a dual, single line reefing system or, optionally, an in-mast furler. Both systems have control lines led aft, allowing sail trim and setting - reefing activity to be done from the comfort and security of the cockpit. Thoughtful features such as self-tailing winches, color coded lines, rope clutches, traveler control lines, and coaming line stowage bins make sailing easier than ever. A molded sole area with a slip-resistant surface surrounds the base of the companionway ladder and extends into the nav and galley areas to provide both secure footing and easy maintenance for this busy central area. Added convenience is provided by a lift-out central teak grate with dust pan and lighted bilge access below, interior courtesy lights with a switch located at the companionway entrance, an interior lock for the sliding companionway hatch, and teak drop-boards with a fixed, etched glass portlight and an interior storage rack. Belowdecks, one is immediately impressed by the 380's open accommodation plan and spacious surroundings. A harmonious blend of practical cruising features and liveaboard comfort is evidenced throughout, giving the Island Packet 380 what are perhaps the best accommodations of any yacht in its size range. The galley, immediately to the starboard side of the companionway, is easily accessible to the cockpit and the main salon, and features numerous convenience details for the cruising sailor. A generous, wraparound counter provides ample work space for food preparation while numerous drawers, lockers, and laminate-lined cabinets offer abundant space for organized provisioning and kitchenware storage. A sealed burner LPG stove and oven, along with a standard (115V) microwave oven, deep polished stainless steel sinks, overhead light, and a slide out trash receptacle make for pleasurable galley duties. The well insulated icebox features a gasketed lid that opens on gas struts to reveal a divided, lighted, and electric drain pump equipped box. Provisions for an electric refrigeration system have been thoughtfully provided, allowing for simple installation by either the dealer or owner. A foldup counter extension, built-in dish rack and cutlery storage drawers, and numerous other detail features are sure to be appreciated both in harbor and underway. The main salon's large, central living area is equally suited for social gatherings, off-watch retreats, or gourmet dining. The central hinged table with overhead lights may be either secured against the bulkhead mounted bottle and glass rack, or easily lowered to make a large dining area. An exceptional amount of interior stowage is available in the salon, as elsewhere in the yacht, due in large part to the generous tankage centrally located below the cabin sole. Besides the obvious benefit of improving stowage, this feature also provides additional comfort while underway by keeping the considerable weight of tank fluids low and out of the ends of the yacht. This also reduces fore and aft trim changes with varying tank levels. Both settees are full length for added sleeping space, with the portside bunk pulling out to provide a nice sized double. Beautiful cabinetry and joiner-work in select hand oiled teak, premium designer fabric over dual density 5-inch cushions, well placed light fixtures and handrails, numerous opening ports, deck vents and hatches, and durable and easily maintained overhead and hull surfaces make this salon and the entire interior as attractive and as it is practical. The nav station is situated at the aft end of the port side main salon bunk and doubles as the yacht's main control center. A deluxe, well labeled electrical panel controls all AC and DC functions on the yacht, and ample extra breakers and mounting space are provided for dealer - owner installed accessories. A chart drawer, large enough for bound chart packs or folded Admiralty-sized charts, is provided underneath the settee while a handy drawer for navigator tools is accessed just above the table. The forward owner's cabin is a real delight with a queen sized, centerline island berth with access from both sides. The aft half of the berth, mounted on gas support struts, lifts to reveal a large "blanket chest." Drawers, storage bins, and a generous hanging locker also provide additional storage space for personal gear and provisions. Room for air conditioning equipment, and other convenience features such as preinstalled fan and stereo speaker wires, facilitate after-market additions. A Dorade vent, opening ports, and a large overhead hatch provide light and ventilation, and a private door into the head further enhances this exceptional forward stateroom. Island Packet yachts have long been noted for their exceptionally livable designs, and the 380's large head will further that reputation. Accessed from the owner's cabin or the main salon, it features a generous vanity with cabinet below a deep polished oval stainless steel sink, a large overhead hatch, opening port, and several lockers for toiletry items. The head is made particularly spacious with a clever folding shower stall enclosure that stows against the aft bulkhead when not in use. This features a full length mirror in the stowed position and, when open, divides the shower from the vanity area with full height, textured, clear acrylic doors. A folddown teak shower seat and wraparound countertop surrounds the head providing "captain's chair" seating and making the whole area very user friendly. In the aft cabin the most notable feature is the large Pullman style athwart ship bunk . Another full length mirror, two opening ports, overhead hatch, large cedar-lined hanging locker, tool locker, and a bureau provide comfort and convenience.
The owners stateroom is forward with a luxurious centerline queen size island berth with access from both sides.The berth lifts on gas shocks and features a large storage compartment. The stateroom has drawers storage bins and a large hanging locker.
The aft stateroom has a privacy door to the main salon. There is a large athwartship queen berth with a full length teal shelf outboard. She features a generous cedar lined hanging locker with a shel above, a dresser unit and a tool locker.
The main salon has a dinette to port that converts to a queen size cruising berth. The table folds up and stows on the forward bulkhead with a rack and bottle storage behind. A straight settee is to starboard that is large enough for another single berth.There is extensive storage behind and bel each settee. The salon features 6.5' of headroom and a the teak and holly sole throughout
The U-shaped galley is to starboard at the base of the companionway. The galley features extensive counter and storage space There is a top lading Frigoboat refrigerator and freezer, a gimbaled three burner LPG stove with oven and broiler, double stainless steel sinks, rollaway trash bin and ample drawers and cabinets
The head compartment is large with a separate stall shower enclosure. The vanity is large with a stainless steel sink, linen cabinet, mirror and recessed lighting. The Jabsco head has all new hoses and is odor free.
IJPE : 755.17 sq ft
I : 50.17 ft
J : 17.17 ft
P : 42.83 ft
E : 15.17 ft
Island Packet 380 Specifications - Standard Equipment Rig - Sails - Hardware - Sails: Main w- double reef, 110 percent roller furling high clew jib, roller furling staysail - high modulus Dacron - Sobstad - Mainsail cover, jib and staysail sun panels in choice of Sunbrella colors - Genoa gear, including tracks, blocks, sheets and Harken furling system - Staysail gear, including blocks, halyard, Lewmar Ocean Series 8C staysail sheet winch, Harken furling system and Hoyt self-vanging boom - Staysail halyard winch on mast - Lewmar Ocean Series 8C - Jib halyard winch on mast - Lewmar Ocean Series 24C 2-speed - Main halyard (on roller bearing masthead sheave) and main sheet, led to cockpit through stoppers to Lewmar Ocean Series 30CST winch - Dual single line "Auto Reefing" system for double set of reef points led to cockpit through stoppers to Lewmar Ocean Series 30CST winch - All halyards internal; color coded running rigging, convenient coaming storage bins for lines - Boom vang - preventer package - Winch handle - 10" lock-in chrome - Lewmar "PowerGrip" - Jib sheet winches (2) Lewmar Ocean Series 48CST 2-speed - Midboom sheeting for unobstructed cockpit & dodger installations - Main sheet traveler w- 4:1 control system - Wheel steering - console mounted Whitlock "Premier XL" rack & pinion direct system with wheel brake, stainless steel wheel. Provision for remote auto pilot installation. Guard, engine control, hinged table. Emergency tiller with storage brackets - Compass - Ritchie with custom Island Packet nav grid - Welded stainless steel double bow rail & stern rail, stanchions, stern rail with twin seats, stainless steel flagstaff and holder - Double lifelines w- side gates, full-length stainless steel cabin top hand rails - Teak step pads at lifeline gates with reefing line hold down recess - Hinged padeyes (4) for cockpit harness attachment - Stern gate w- quick release hook - Swim ladder (stainless steel transom mount) w- rubber treads - Two custom stainless steel anchor rollers w- chocks and hinged deck pipes to forepeak - Four 12" mooring cleats, two 10" spring line cleats, chocks & stainless steel chafe guards - Twin backstays for easy stern boarding & unobstructed helm seating - Topping lift-adjustable - Keel stepped mast, all anodized spars Interior - Eleven opening ports w- screens - polished stainless steel, safety glass - Five deck hatches, forward cabin, salon, head, aft cabin, galley - Lewmar (acrylic & aluminum) - Three deck ventilators (Dorade type) w- screens - Large forepeak w- louvered access doors & overhead deck pipes, light, drain to bilge, center divider w- attachment for rodes - Forward cabin w- privacy doors to salon & head compartment. Large double centerline island berth w- full-length teak shelves outboard, large stowage lockers under. Aft end of bunk lifts on gas assisted support struts to reveal large blanket tray. Generous cedar lined hanging locker w- shelf over, two bureaus w- shelves over, drawers under berth. Three opening ports plus overhead hatch, deck vent, varnished teak & holly sole - Forward head w- teak trim, large vanity with linen cabinet, mirror, polished stainless steel sink hot - cold pressure water w- shower. Fold away acrylic shower doors enclose separate shower area; electric drain pump. Fold down teak shower seat, storage cabinets, opening port & large overhead hatch, toothbrush holder w- cup, toilet paper holder, integral recessed lighting, full-length mirror - Main salon w- pullout double settee berth to port, single settee berth to starboard, teak cabinets & bookshelves outboard of both settees. Large stowage areas behind & under each settee. Cedar lined hanging locker w- shelf over. Deluxe drop leaf table with light over folds against bulkhead rack (w- bottle stowage) for unobstructed 4' wide varnished teak & holly sole. Large overhead hatch, numerous opening ports, deck vents & overhead handrails - Navigation station w- table, storage drawer, nav light, generous nav - electronics cabinet w- master AC-DC electrical panels plus room for variety of owner installed equipment - Chart stowage drawer beneath settee - Aft cabin w- privacy door to main cabin. Large athwartship double berth w- full-length teak shelf outboard, integral overhead reading lights, stowage lockers under. Slide out vanity sink w- hot and cold pressure water, drain. Generous cedar lined hanging locker w- shelf over, bureau w- shelf over, full-length mirror, two opening ports plus overhead hatch, varnished teak & holly sole - Courtesy - night lights with switch by companionway - All interior cushions of upholstery grade dual density foam covered in premium designer fabric - Removable teak companionway ladder w- engine access from all sides - Storage rack for companionway drop boards under nav table - Molded slip resistant cabin sole adjacent to companionway, galley & nav station, w- draining grate in front of ladder. Teak grate lifts out for dust pan, dust pan lifts for bilge sump access with light - Teak bulkheads, cabinetry, trim - select grain w- hand-rubbed oil finish - Teak louvered cabin & locker doors - deluxe trim; push-button safety latches on locker doors - Molded fiberglass interior headliner w- textured finish, teak trim - Teak & holly sole in main salon, forward & aft cabins - varnish finish Galley - Large wrap-around design w- high-pressure laminate surfaces, teak sea rails on all edges, flip-up counter extension - Icebox - top loading, injected froth type urethane insulation throughout, lift-out shelf, insulated divider, electric drain pump, inside light w- manual switch, hinged, gasketed lid w- support strut. Prewired and engineered for refrigeration - freezer system - Gimbaled three-burner LPG stove w- oven - black finish stainless steel deluxe safety type w- sealed burner top, liftoff cover w- storage rack below, stainless steel guardrail w- harness hooks. Pot and pan locker under - Double stainless steel sink with deluxe polished finish, hot & cold pressure water tap, manual pump, retractable spray unit - Rollaway trash bin, teak paper towel holder, towel rack & soap rack - Deluxe teak dish rack & cutlery drawers - Large storage areas above & below counter, storage drawer, cabinet, dry storage locker, large drawer beneath ice box - Cockpit instrument access cabinet - Microwave oven - 115V AC Exterior - Construction - 100% hand-laid high modulus fiberglass construction throughout with special gelcoats for durability. All gelcoats applied using premium high-volume, low-pressure application equipment for exceptional finish quality, reduced airborne emissions - Island Packet's exclusive PolyClad II hull bottom gelcoat system with 10-year limited warranty for osmotic blisters - Hull molded in one piece utilizing a proprietary pressure fed application system w- high modulus triaxial glass, unified w- an engineered interior grid structure and structural molded base unit - Deck laminate cored w- advanced PolyCore - a proprietary microsphere & resin matrix with 10-year limited warranty for rot and delamination (an industry first) - Exclusive Durashield deck, hull topside and interior gelcoat system with superior gloss retention and resistance to fading and crazing - Deck attached to integrally molded hull flange w- bolts, lock nuts, & urethane adhesive sealant - Deck hardware thru-bolted w- aluminum backup plates - Two-tone deck, low-glare light ivory with integrally molded light tan slip resistant surface (premium coarse diamond pattern) - Light ivory hull w- gold cove (or optional rigid vinyl rub rail w- s.s.. striker) & choice of boot stripe color (urethane finish) - Combination teak rub - cap rail w- stainless steel striker, teak cap on bowsprit - Deluxe helm console with hinged table, guard - handgrip, compass, single-lever engine control - Contoured cockpit seats over 7 feet long, coaming storage boxes and bins, seat hatches with push-button latches, locks, and support struts, molded helm seat with cushion and backrest - Molded fiberglass sliding companionway hatch w- sea hood, latch inside, exterior hasp and lock - Integral molded dodger mount on cabin top - Companionway drop boards of solid teak, center drop board fitted with fixed port with etched logo (safety glass), captive safety lock-in pin with holder, interior storage rack - All exterior teak treated with Sikkens premium Cetol teak finish - Two 2" cockpit scuppers - Cockpit ice box - foam insulation, hinged lid - Fresh water cockpit shower - wash down (cold only) - LPG deck storage bin with 10 lb. aluminum propane tank (plus room for spare), drain overboard Mechanical - Electrical - Plumbing - 50 hp Yanmar 4JH2BE diesel - four cylinder, fresh water cooled, rubber isolation mounts on reinforced fiberglass bed with integral oil drip pan, mechanical fuel pump, fuel filter, 55 amp alternator, 3-blade prop - Racor fuel filter with water separator, jacketed fuel lines w- swedged ends, auxiliary electric fuel pump w- momentary switch for servicing - Extensive sound control in engine compartment: gasketed access cover and doors, premium lead lined foam insulation - Engine and head intake strainer - bronze - Recessed cockpit instrument panel w- electric tachometer, engine monitoring & warning system, hour meter - removable acrylic cover. Additional recess with cover for owner - dealer installed equipment. - Single-lever engine control mounted on pedestal - Two premium AGM (absorbed glass mat) sealed 12 volt batteries - Group 27. - Stainless steel hold down bar, room for additional batteries - Deluxe electric panels w- battery switch, circuit breakers for DC & AC systems, DC & AC gauges, battery test system, reverse polarity protection, indicator lights, elec. pump controls, LPG control, battery charger control - AC 30 amp dockside power system w- inlet breaker polarity protection, 50' shorepower cord, numerous interior outlets w- GFC1 protection, interior breaker, galvanic isolator. Prewired for second 30 amp service - Marine converter - battery charger - Charles 5000 series 30 amp, UL approved, temperature compensating, three-step electronic charger - Numerous 12V interior lamps and three courtesy lamps with rocker switch at companionway; dome lights in cockpit lockers, forepeak, icebox, engine room, bilge - Water heater - 11 gallon marine type w- engine heat exchanger & AC operation, UL approved, foam jacketed hoses - Pressure water system w- hot & cold water tap in galley, head, and aft cabin, shower in head, cockpit (cold only) - Manual water pump in galley - LPG stove system w- 10 lb. aluminum tank (in draining deck storage well), remote solenoid safety shutoff, gauge - Marine head (Raritan) with large seat and bowl, triple walled sanitation hose, direct overboard discharge or bypass valve into holding tank - 40 gallon (US) welded marine aluminum holding tank w- sealed interior, deck pump out fitting - 170 gallon (US) welded marine aluminum fresh water tank w- deck fill, remote gauge - 85 gallon (US) welded marine aluminum fuel tank w- shut off valve, deck fill, remote gauge, preplumbed for additional pickup - return - Fuel, water and holding tank below cabin sole maximizing storage space & minimizing trim changes - Deck fittings for water, fuel, waste - stainless steel w- deck key - Electric bilge pump w- auto switch, premium Ultimate magnetic reed float switch - Manual bilge pump - 1 1-2" hose. Mounted in cockpit near helm - Shower drain pump - electric - Icebox drain pump - electric - UL approved bronze thru-bolted flanged seacocks on all thru-hulls below waterline; ball valves on all thru-hulls in boot stripe - Electrical DC grounding system for rig and underwater metals - UL approved marine, pretinned color coded wiring - Foredeck light mast mounted at spreaders - Masthead anchor light, nav lights - Prewired: VHF antenna cable in mast & interior; tan and speaker wires throughout interior; refrigeration wire - Messenger pre-run for cabin back mounted electronics Island Packet 380 Optional Equipment - Fully-battened main (in lieu of standard) with Battslides - Roller furling mast (in lieu of standard) w- spare halyard - Electrical "Cruising Package" Upgrade: Charles 5000 series, 40 amp, UL approved, temperature compensating, three-step electronic charger; Balmar 100 amp dual output alternator; four Group 27 AGM sealed house batteries; one Group 27 AGM sealed dedicated engine start battery; momentary parallel switch at engine control to house bank for emergency starting (all in lieu of standard equipment) - Cockpit cushions (4 pc) - 2" closed cell foam - Rub rail, co-extruded hi-impact vinyl molded in hull color, w- s.s.. striker - Electric macerator pump w- valves for overboard discharge of holding tank - Leather wheel cover (installed, in lieu of standard) - Prewire for electric windlass
Bob Johnson received his Master's Degree (SM) in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Course XIII) in 1967 attending on a National Science Foundation Traineeship. He received his Bachelor's in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Florida (BME) graduating with high honors in 1965.
Upon graduation from MIT, Mr. Johnson began work with the McDonnell Douglas Corporation in Culver City, California in the Vibration, Shock and Acoustics department designing and analyzing various missile system structures. Exposure to the Southern California surfing market led to Mr. Johnson's departure from the missile and space industry in 1969 to begin development of a new range of molded surfboards constructed of lightweight aerospace composite materials. These were sold under the trade name of "Hollow Wave" and manufactured by the Wave Corporation of Ventura, California.
In 1974, Mr. Johnson returned to Florida to enter the sailboat industry as a designer for Irwin Yacht and Marine Corporation in Clearwater. Responsibility soon expanded to encompass management of production of all Irwin sailboat products ranging from 23 to 52 feet. This was followed in a few years by a similar position with a then new sailboat company, Endeavour Yacht Corporation, also in Clearwater. In 1979 Mr. Johnson left to form his own business, Island Packet Yachts. Island Packet Yachts has grown to become one of America's leading sailing yacht builders, winning several national awards for product excellence. The entire product line and related information is available for inspection on the Sailnet website, www.sailnet.com/ipy. He can also be reached at Island Packet Yachts, 1979 Wild Acres Road, Largo, Florida 33771, Tel: (813)535-6431 , or by fax at (813)530-5806.
Mr. Johnson is President, CEO and owner of Island Packet Yachts and plays an active industry role as a Director of several marine industry associations. He is also the US sailing industry member of an international ISO technical task force creating new standards for the world's recreational marine industry. Mr. Johnson is also a long standing member of SNAME and an Educational Council member representing MIT for local student applicants.
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. Buyer should assume that items on the vessel at the time of viewing, but not specifically listed on this specification sheet, are not included with the sale of the yacht, and should instruct his agents, or his surveyors to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. Buyer assumes responsibility to verify all speeds, consumptions, capacities and other measurements contained herein and otherwise provided, and agrees to instruct his surveyor to confirm such details prior to purchase. This vessel is subject to sale, price and inventory changes, and withdrawal from market without notice.