|Island Time is a meticulously kept cruising boat fully equipped for long distance cruising and already in the best cruising ground in the world. Why fight your way to windward when Island Time is ready right now and in a position where all of the best cruising is downwind? Owners have sailed Island Time in the Eastern Caribbean for 5 months every year storing it in Antigua the rest of the time.
Great annual maintenance
Bottom pained 2016
Engine and generator oil changed at the end of each season
Hull waxed at the beginning and end of each season
Topsides waxed annually
New Epiphanes varnish on teak annually
Island Time is always ready for cruising.
Builder: Island Packet
Designer: Robert K. Johnson
Flag of Registry: United States
Hull Shape: Monohull
LOA: 39 ft 7 in
Beam: 13 ft 2 in
LWL: 32 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 4 ft 7 in
Displacement: 21000 lbs
Ballast: 9000 lbs
Headroom: 6 ft 5 in
Dry Weight: 21000 lbs
Engine Brand: Yanmar 4JH2BE
Year Built: 2000
Engine Model: Yanmar 4JH2BE
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Power: 50 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: (170 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (85 Gallons)
Number of single berths: 1
Number of double berths: 3
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 1
Wind speed and direction
Electric bilge pump
Manual bilge pump
Fresh water maker
Shore power inlet
Electrical Circuit: 12V
Outboard engine brackets
Total Liferaft Capacity: 4
Step down just four steps from the cockpit into the spacious saloon. Immediately to starboard is a u-shaped galley. Forward of the galley is a straight settee with storage under and behind. Forward of the starboard settee is a large storage locker. Opposite the storage locker to port is the head with a door opening into the saloon. Just forward of the head is the port settee. On the forward bulkhead is mounted a dining table. The table easily folds down to a table for two and reveals a wine storage rack. The table opens further when needed to serve up to six for dinner. The aft end of the settee provides a seat for the aft facing nav station. Just aft of the nav station is the entry to the VIP stateroom. The owner's stateroom is forward and features an island queen berth. A door offers private entry to the head. Hanging locker, drawers and lockers on both sides and under the berth provide storage. The VIP stateroom features a queen berth athwartships. It also has ample storage and a foldout sink.
Saloon cushions covered with ultrasuede - NEW 2012!
Island queen owner's berth with custom 7" mattress
Queen VIP berth in private stateroom
Port settee converts to double berth
Starboard settee converts to single berth
Easy seating for two for dinner
Seating for 6 or 7 for dinner
Mermaid 12,000 btu reverse cycle air conditioning - digital control NEW 2010!
8 stainless steel opening ports and 3 dorades for light and ventilation
3 opening hatches for light and ventilation
8 fans for cooling
Most lighting converted to LED for good lighting with low power consumption
Berths in saloon make excellent sea berths when underway
Corian counter tops in head - NEW 2009!
Folding wall in head separates the shower
Saloon sole is fiberglass at base of companionway and in the galley for easy cleaning and good traction in wet areas
Ample counter space - NEW Corian countertops 2009!
Seaward Gourmet stainless steel 3 burner stove with oven and broiler - NEW 2010!
Seaward 11 gal. Water heater - NEW 2015!
Large 12 VDC refrigerator
Origo microwave oven
Village Marine Little Wonder 7 gph watermaker
Seagull water filter
Fold down counter extension for extra food prep area
Raymarine RL70 hsb2 chartplotter/radar display at nav station with repeater at helm - NEW screen 2012!
Chart chips for US East Coast, Bahamas, Eastern Caribbean
Furuno GPS/WAAS Navigator
Raymarine 2kw radar scanner
Raymarine ST60 Wind instrument
Raymarine ST60 Tridata
Raymarine ST6002 autopilot
ICOM M802 SSB = needs new mic
ICOM AT-140 automatic antenna tuner
SCS Pactor PTC-II Pro modem for email by SSB/ham radio
Standard Horizon Matrix GX2150 VHF radio with built-in AIS receiver
Standard Horizon RAM Mic full function remote for VHF
Island Time PC M2HP bullet wifi booster
Air 802 wifi amplifier PDCPOE 1238DR
Jensen Marine stereo with saloon and cockpit speakers
Standard Horizon HX300 floating handheld VHF transceiver
Sharp flat screen TV
Kidde CO detector
uk smoke detector
4.2 kw Entec West diesel generator - 660 hrs.
350 watts solar panels
Blue Sky Solar Boost 2512i(X) MPPT solar controller and a spare
Morningstar MST/TS-MPPT-45 solar controller
MarineKinetix MK450 wind generator - NEW 2013!
4 Trojan T-105 batteries in house bank - NEW 2014!
Exide starting battery - NEW 2015!
Xantrex Freedom 20 2000 watt/100 amp inverter/charger
Xantrex Link 1000 battery monitor
Deck and Hull
Bottom paint - NEW 2016!
Stainless steel dinghy davits
Outboard motor crane and rail mount
Avon 10' RIB dinghy
Johnson 8 hp 2 stroke OB motor - 1999
Lofrans Kobra electric windlass
Rocna 55# anchor with 275' 5/16" HT chain rode
CQR 45# anchor with 50' 5/16" HT chain and 200' 1/2" rope rode
Fortress FX 23 anchor with stowaway bag and rode
Magma stainless steel BBQ
Fresh water pump - NEW 2015!
Stainless steel swim ladder in sugar scoop
Custom folding stainless steel boarding ladder in port side gate
Revere 4 person liferaft in valise - needs re-certification
Holding tank - NEW 2012!
Dodger and bimini - NEW 2008!
Yanmar 4JH5 54 hp diesel engine - 3700 hrs.
Sails and Rigging
Sobstad in mast furling mainsail
Sobstad genoa on furler
Sobstad self-tacking staysail on Hoyt boom and roller
All lines led aft
Manufacturer Provided Sail Area
IJPE : 755.17 sq ft
I : 50.17 ft
J : 17.17 ft
P : 42.83 ft
E : 15.17 ft
Manufacturer Provided Description
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