Island Packet 32 Cutter

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Have you been dreaming of an Island packet but don't want to spend $200,000. Well today is your lucky day.
“FIRST TRACKS” is a fiberglass constructed cutter rigged sailing vessel designed for blue water cruising. She has a full keel, raked bow with bow pulpit, and plump wine glass shaped transom. The aluminum spar is keel-stepped.
The Island packet 32 is a 35.0ft cutter designed by Robert Johnson and built in fiberglass by Island Packet Yachts between 1990 and 1996 with 120 units have been built. The 32 is specifically known for being well constructed, open and airy below, and above all, one of the largest 32' cruising sailboats on the market today. She has over 6ft 2 inch standing head room! She offers all the comforts you could desire in a cruising boat, packed into a solid, great sailing, shorthanded yacht, and has always maintained one of the best resale values on brokerage market. The 32' is the perfect family cruiser with room to sleep 7 people in accommodations with the forward cabin and main salon settees and the "crews" quarterberth.
The main salon has a single settee to starboard and an L-shaped settee that converts into a double berth port side. There is a bulkhead mounted table which folds out to seat 6. The galley is to starboard of the companionway entrance, with a 2-burner propane stove top, dish rack and top loading fridge/freezer allow for easy meal preparation.
The navigation station is to port with a huge double berth behind. Storage abounds below the berth, as well as in the navigation station.
"First Light" is a great opportunity to get one of these much sought after blue water pocket cruisers for a fraction of the cost of the larger models.

DETAILS

Broker:   
Parker Johnson
Make:   
Island Packett
Model:   
32' Cutter
Year:   
1990
Location:  
Koolina
Price:   
59,000

MEASUREMENTS

LOA:
35
LWL:
11.6
Draft:
4.4
Headroom:
6'4''
Ballast:
5,950
Displacement:
12,900

ENGINE

Make:
Yanmar
Engine Type:
Inboard
Engine Is Dual
Hours:
Roughly 1500
Model:
3GM30F
Fuel:
Diesel
Year:
1990
Horse Power:
30
Cruising Speed:
8
Max Speed:
Range:
miles
Blades:
Prop Type:
Fixed
Prop Material:
Bow Thruster
Stern Thruster

Inventory

Hull and Deck

Electrical System:


-Battery system: (1) Group 24 12 vdc flooded battery for engine start circuit; (2)6 vdc flooded batteries
-14 gang Island Packet breaker panel; copper stranded marine grade cable
-Xantrex Truecharge 40 amp battery charger; belt drivenalternator; (2) 50 watt solar panels (est.) with solar charge controller; (1) EclecticEnergy D-400 wind generator on stainless steel post.
120 VAC
Shore power:  30 amp shore power receptacle
Shore power electrical cords: 50 ft. 30 amp marine grade shore power cord

Galley:

-Hiller Range 2-burner propane stove with oven
-Top-loading reefer with an operational Isotherm cold plate refrigeration unit

-Twin stainless steel sinks

Freshwater System:

-85-gallon aluminum tank
-12 vdc pressure set.
-In-line filter.

-Spectra Ventura 150 water maker, appeared in serviceablecondition

-PUR manually operated water maker.
-6-gallon 120 vac with heat exchanger.

Head:

-Jabsco manual toilet

-Aluminum 15-gallon holding tank

- Common shower in forward head

-Retractable cockpit shower.

-Stainless steel wash basin

-12vdc shower sump pump

Ground Tackle:

-Rocna 20 anchor with 250 feet of G4 5/16” chain

-35 CQR anchor

-Fortress FX 16 anchor
-Simpson Lawrence manual anchor windless.

Safety Equipment:

-USCG approved Type V inflatable vests with harnesses
-Type IV throwable
-ACR GlobalFix EPIRB
-Searchlight
-First aid kit

-Portable fire extinguishers x 4

-Smoke and carbon monoxide alarm

Sail Inventory:

-Dacron mainsail with full battens and (3) reef points, in serviceablecondition
-Dacron 120% roller furling genoa, in serviceable condition
-Dacron staysail, in serviceable condition

-Spare mainsail

Navigation:

-ICOM IC-M502 VHF with masthead mounted whip antenna

-ICOM IC-M32 handheld, both powered up.
-Lowrance Global Map 9300 GPS
-Autohelm Tridata
-Lowrance radar with mast mounted radar antenna

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