Note: All Island Packet models are subject to specification changes (dimensions, capacities, ratings, equipment, etc.) during their production life. The specifications given here are representative and should be used for general comparison only.
General Information For The IP370
Island Packet 370
The Island Packet 370 is the result of decades of Island Packet design refinement and evolution. It combines innovative and proven features with all the exemplary construction qualities that have made Island Packet yachts respected and admired around the world. A host of exclusive design features, including our self tending staysail, geared steering system and time honored Full Foil Keel, all combine to provide superior seakeeping and delightful sailing qualities that will be appreciated as much by the weekend sailor as by the couple cruising the world. From the large, comfortable cockpit to the broad anchor platform, there are numerous deck features on the 370 to appreciate. Wide side decks, strategically placed hand rails and recessed foredecks maximize your feeling of confidence and safety on deck.
- from the factory brochure
Documentation For The IP370
Spec & Price List
Specifications For The IP370
75 US gal
160 US gal
55 US gal
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Running Rigging For The IP370
1/8''x38' 7x7 wire
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Standing Rigging For The IP370
Scale Reading Below 50 F
Scale Reading 50 F to 80 F
Scale Reading Above 80 F
Aft Lower Stays
Fwd Lower Stays
NOTE : Some early IP370 models may have been built with smaller Aft Lower Stays (5/16'' vs. 3/8''). If your IP370 has these smaller stays then the tension readings made with a PT-3 gauge should not exceed 23 (below 50 deg F), 25 (between 50-80 deg F), and 26 (over 80 deg F). Please consult the factory if you have any questions.
IMPORTANT : These are MAXIMUM (not to exceed) rigging tensions as measured using the indicated Loos gauges
Check tensions after initial setup of the rigging and after any subsequent adjustments.
Gauge readings may vary from stay to stay of the same type but none should exceed the maximum scale readings listed.
Please visit the Loos website for more information about the PT-2 and PT-3 gauges.
If you are not familiar with the process for tuning your rig please contact a qualified rigger in your area.