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|Posted: 12-29-2019 03:05 pm||
|Fully refurbished and well equipped IP35 for sale, currently cruising Florida Keys. More information here: https://www.sailboatlistings.com/view/83870
35’ Island Packet 35
Location: Oriental, NC / Miami, Florida
Hull material: Fiberglass
Engine/Fuel type: Single diesel
Builder: Island Packet Yachts
Designer: Bob Johnson
Maximum draft: 4’6”
Displacement: 17500 lbs
Ballast: 8,000 lbs
Bridge clearance: 48’
Engine brand: Yanmar
Engine HP: 35
Engine model: 3HM35F
Cruising speed: 6 knots
Maximum speed: 8 knots
Engine hours: About 2500
Fresh water: 90 gallons, Fuel: 48 gallons
Tanks are original factory aluminum, with original stickers listing relevant information. They are in great shape. I had both tanks professionally flushed and cleaned after I bought the boat. I polished the fuel as well, removing all water and sediment. Never had a problem. The access is very good to all the parts of tanks that you would need, such as inspection ports, electrical connectors, hoses, and level sensors.
The IP 35 is very roomy for a 35 foot boat. Tenacious features lots of light and ventilation with 11 stainless steel opening screened ports and five hatches. No leaks. Two of the hatches are big enough for a person to climb through. Good head room at 6’4”.
The large main salon has facing settees and a fold down bulkhead table which opens up to easily seat 6 people. Hidden behind the table is beautifully designed teak bottle and storage rack. The port settee pulls out to provide another double berth.
The full size navigation station faces aft for easy communication with the helm and has a hinged top table with storage tray underneath.
The spacious forward stateroom features large comfortable V-berth, ample storage space and large cedar lined hanging locker. Louvered doors to the head and salon ensure privacy and ventilation.
The head had a separate shower area with a teak seat , shower curtain, manual head, and a bulkhead mounted shower unit. The deluxe vanity with a stainless steel sink has plenty of room for toiletries. There is abundant light and ventilation with an opening port and overhead hatch.
The galley is a U-shaped wrap around style making it safe and comfortable while underway. It is conveniently located for ease in serving the crew in the cockpit. The galley is designed for extended cruising and features double stainless steel sinks, three burner propane stove/oven with teak cutting board topper, and refrigerator/freezer. It has ample storage including teak dish racks, cutlery drawers, and hideaway trash bin.
The aft stateroom is surprisingly roomy with a large double berth, dressing seat, storage drawers, and a cedar lined hanging locker.
Seaward Princess 3 burner propane stove with oven
12 Volt Adler Barbour Refrigerator/Freezer
Double stainless steel sinks
Electric/Engine water heater with 6 gallon tank
Good cabinet and drawer storage
Teak dish racks and paper towel holder
Hideaway trash bin
Marine tech propane detector.
Garmin GPSMap 741xs chart plotter, NMEA 2000 network connecting with other electronics (2017)
Garmin wind instrument (2019), B&G quad with depth and water temperature
Vesper Marine WatchMate Vision AIS (2017)
Raytheon ST 6000 Autopilot, with GPS function and chain drive attached below deck to the steering quadrant.
ICOM VHF radio at navigation station, hand held Uniden VHF radio in the cockpit
Ritchie Globemaster compass
Sony AM/FM radio, Proscan TV/DVD and other media flat screen player
(5) 12 Volt Group 27 AGM batteries, 440 AH total capacity
Xantrex XM 1800 Watt Inverter
Xantrex True Charge 2 Smart Charger
Balmar 100 Amp Alternator
Balmar Smart Regulator
400 Watt solar panels, bimini mounted, with 2 separate regulators for redundancy
200 Watt Air Breeze wind generator mounted on a pole
30 Amp shore power hookup with cables
Reverse polarity protection
Breaker panels for all 12 Volt DC and 110 Volt systems
GFI Protected Outlets
Cruise Air 16000 BTU reverse cycle air conditioning/heating system
SMX II digital heat/air control
Yanmar 35 HP fresh water cooled diesel engine
(2) Sea water strainers
Racor fuel filtration
Manual (vacuum) oil change system
Monitor Wind Vane mechanical self steering system (2019)
Jabsco manual head with holding tank and Y valve (all components, hoses, tank and valves new in 2019)
Automatic electric bilge pumps
Manual bilge pump
Bronze Stuffing box repacked in summer 2019
Davis Windex wind indicator on mast head (2019)
45 lbs CQR with 200’ of HT chain as primary anchor
22 lbs Danforth with 50’ of chain and 220’ of 3 strand nylon rode
33 lbs Bruce for stern anchor with 200’ of 3 strand nylon rode
Lewmar Electric vertical windlass
Heavy duty Maxwell chain stopper
Heavy duty bow bridle for chain
25 lbs Rode Rider anchor kellet
Chain locker with 2 compartments
Deck and Safety:
Full Dodger with good canvass and clear windows
Functional Bimini shading the helm with solar panels on top
Outboard davits and hanging mount
Ample inflatable fenders, 8 foot 2x10” fender board
(6)Docking cleats, docking lines
Crewsaver 6 person life raft, new 2016 with 10 year warranty
Ocean Signal EPIRB, battery installed in May 2019, good voltage but technically just out of date
Horseshoe life sling
Complete Coast Guard safety package with ample life jackets, extra flares.
Full boat Shade Tree awnings for cockpit and bow area.
Sails and Rigging:
Fully battened mainsail with cover, 3 reef points – good condition
Spare mainsail with 2 reef points – good condition
130% roller furling genoa – good condition
100% roller furling high cut yankee – excellent condition
Roller furling staysail – very good condition
Isomat Aluminum anodized (keel stepped) mast and boom
Mast mounted Forespar whisker pole
Mast steps all the way up
2 Lewmar winches on the mast
9 Lewmar winches (8 of them self tailing) in the cockpit
All lines led aft, 4 rope clutches
4:1 Mainsheet traveler
Manual boom vang
Brand new (2019) heavy duty external chain plates for all four lower stays. All other chain plates inspected in 2019. Port back stay brand new in 2019 with isolator for potential use as SSB antenna. Old back stay kept as spare.
Spare V-belts for alternator and water pump
Spare cutlass bearing, stuffing box, and packing material
Head and plumbing repair parts
Spare fresh water pump
Spare engine parts, like impellers, solenoid, fuel pump, oil and fuel filters
Spare winch handles
Spare electrical parts for lights, connectors, battery terminals
New in 2019: Garmin wind instrument, four chainplates for lower stays, Monitor self steering wind vane, Jabsco marine toilet and all sanitation components, insulated back stay, bottom paint, Davis wind indicator, solar panels, wind turbine tower, engine shaft packing, float switches for both bilge pumps.
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SV Tenacious, IP35