Island Packet 380 for sale

Largs, Scotland, United Kingdom

£120,000 GBP

Tax Paid / Included

Island Packet 380 - 2000-launched Island Packet 380 - JALAN JALAN - for sale
General information
Make/model
Island Packet 380
Category
Used sail boat for sale
Price
£120,000 GBP
Price comment
Huge specification 2-owner IP380
Tax / VAT status
Paid / Included
Name of boat
Jalan Jalan
Year
1999
Designer
Robert K Johnson
Length overall
12.06 metres
Length waterline
9.75 metres
Beam
4.01 metres
Draft
1.40 metres
Displacement
9,525 kg
Hull
GRP
Keel
Long Keel
Location
Largs, Scotland, United Kingdom

About this Island Packet 380

English

Launched in 2000 and with just two owners since new, JALAN JALAN is a very high specification example of this hugely popular bluewater cruising yacht.

FURTHER BROKER’S COMMENTS:

The current owners purchased JALAN JALAN as a very lightly used example. Having completed their extensive ocean cruising taking in destinations such as the Windward and Leeward Islands, Virgin Islands, Bahamas and Florida; they have reluctantly decided to sell JALAN JALAN.

A reliable friend they have experienced all weathers during 1000’s of miles of ocean sailing. Always finding the Island Packet 380 to be an immensely capable and safe yacht. Continually upgraded JALAN JALAN boasts an inventory with highlights such as:

• Epoxy applied below the waterline in 2009.

• Antifouling applied early summer 2021

• Yanmar 4JH 3 marine diesel engine.

• Balmar alternator and controller installed 2012

• MaxProp 3 blade, feathering propellor

• QL Bowthruster

• Fischer Panda 4000SC generator

• Solar Panel

• Rutland Wind generator

• Whitlock rod linkage steering system

• Raytheon plotter/radar

• Raytheon ST60 Depth, Log/Speed and Wind instruments

• DSC VHF – Icom IC-M601

• SSB Radio – Icom IC-M801E

• Sat Phone – Iridium 9522-TP

• New sparcraft mast fitted spring 2021.

• Stainless steel standing rigging with chromed bronze rigging screws, fitted new 2021.

• Mainsail, Yankee, Staysail and Cruising chute

• Sprayhood, cockpit tent and bimini

• Davits

Wintering afloat the Island Packet 380 JALAN JALAN is available for immediate viewing by prior appointment.

ISLAND PACKET FEATURES:

As with all Island Packets, there are many unique features in her construction which contribute to their reputation as solid and dependable mile-munchers. These features include:-

• CE Certified: All models meet or exceed the highest available independent rating – Category “A” – Ocean.

• Exclusive Full Foil Keel® for unrivalled combination of performance, seakeeping, safety, control and comfort.

• Hull and keel design minimizes fouling and impact damage to keel, rudder and prop.

• One-piece, hand-laminated, solid fibreglass hull and keel resulting in the strongest possible construction.

• Triaxial knitted laminate integration for superior strength and impact resistance.

• Moderate draft allowing for access to wider range of cruising grounds.

• Low, generous tank storage makes for added interior stowage and enhanced stability.

• Full roller furling sail systems with controls leading to cockpit. Hoyt® boom provides improved performance and control.

• Recessed foredeck for on-deck security.

• Patented Sea Safe® anchor rollers and integral bow platform: fully captive, low chafe chain/rode guides, quick anchor deployment and secure stowage.

• PolyClad®3 gelcoat system for superior gloss retention/crack resistance and protection against osmotic blisters — 10 year limited warranty from build.

• PolyCore® deck coring material is decay proof and has strength and rigidity — 10-year limited warranty from build.

MANUFACTURER HISTORY:

Bob Johnson’s passion for sailing bloomed at an early age. He was only eight when he bought his own subscription to Yachting magazine and fourteen when he wrote a term paper on his future career as a naval architect. That same year, he lofted his first sailboat on the living room floor, then sailed it down Lake Worth, with his brother holding a garden umbrella for a spinnaker. He was hooked for life.

Even though he became a mechanical engineer, ending up at McDonnell Douglas designing missiles, his heart was still with sailboats. With a master’s degree from MIT in naval architecture, he went to Florida and worked with Irwin Yachts and Endeavor, gradually becoming general manager. But he had a well-engineered dream. He started Island Packet modestly in the mid-seventies by borrowing money to buy the moulds for a 26 footer with a beam of more than 10 feet — a catboat proportion. He was everything at the company — engineer, purchasing agent, production manager and sales staff. Island Packet grew to a peak of two hundred employees in an immaculate, family-owned facility and has developed over the decades one of the most enthusiastic and loyal followings in cruising boat history.

As a dedicated observer, Johnson had seen boats go from full-keel, wineglass-shaped hull forms to the Cal 40 type with a fin-keeled, U-shaped underbody. He was struck by the fact that there had been no thoughtful, logical transition from one extreme to another. He felt that something sensible, seaworthy, and very manageable was missing. He wanted to utilize the best of both extremes by taking a modern U-shaped hull for performance and create a long keel for seaworthiness, not only by stretching the fin keel and making it shallower but by making it an airfoil shape. Instead of the big barn door rudder hung on the aft end of the keel, which generated huge turning radiuses, he separated the two and connected the bottom of the keel to the bottom of what was now a counterbalanced spade rudder. In this way, he maintained the stability and seakeeping quality of a long keel and gained a good shallow draft. Even in case of grounding, his internally ballasted hull would suffer little damage compared to the major repairs necessary for bent keel bolts or torn-out bottoms, which some deep fin keelers might endure.

SPECIFICATION

CONSTRUCTION

RCD Status:

• We understand the Island Packet 380 is CE certified Category A (Ocean).

Hull Construction:

• Hand laid GRP hull using triaxial glass providing approx. twice strength of conventional woven rovings and five times greater impact resistance.

• Hull consolidated using a proprietary pressure-fed application system.

• Hull constructed in one piece including keel.

• Exclusive Durashield gelcoat system on topsides and internally, offering superior gloss retention and resistance to fading and crazing.

• Internal engineered structural grid and structural base unit in Polycore.

• Integrally moulded flange to secure deck.

• Epoxy applied below the waterline in 2009.

• Antifouling applied early summer 2021

Deck & Superstructure Construction:

• Moulded GRP deck and superstructure, incorporating self-draining cockpit.

• Hand laid Triaxial and biaxial glass consolidated using proprietary pressure-fed application system.

• Deck laminate cored with PolyCore; Island Packet’s propriety microsphere a resin matrix, Island packet offering with a 10 year guarantee for rot and delamination on all new hulls.

• Moulded diamond non-skid finish on decks, coachroof and cockpit

• Teak toe rail capping and coaming tops

Keel & Rudder:

• Traditional full keel.

• Island Packet’s proprietary Full Foil Keel technology, encapsulates the keel.

• Cast lead sections are lowered into the matching cavities and laminated overusing triaxial GRP laminate.

• Full depth, semi-balanced pintle supported rudder.

• Rudder constructed of uni-directional and bi-axial epoxy glass laminate.

• Rudder moulding consolidated under vacuum and post-cured at elevated temperatures.

MACHINERY

Engine & gearbox:

• Yanmar 4JH 3 marine diesel engine.

• Producing 50hp

• 3 cylinder, turbo charged, indirectly cooled

• Mechanical reversing marine gearbox

• Single lever morse control at pedestal

Maintenance & Performance:

• Engine last serviced spring 2021

• New drive coupling (Drive Saver) fitted 2011

• Engine running hours at September 2021 – 2939.5hrs

• Cruising speed 5kts

Propulsion & Steering:

• Stainless steel propshaft

• New sterngland fitted in 2011

• Bronze 3 blade MaxProp feathering propellor

• Rope cutter

• Spare fixed 3 blade prop

• Pedestal wheel steering

• Whitlock rod linkage system

• Emergency tiller

Bow Thruster:

• QL Bowthruster

• Twin prop

• Joystick control at pedestal

Autopilot:

• Raymarine Smart Pilot X10 course computer

• Raymarine quadrant drive

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS

Voltage systems:

• 12VDC onboard power system

• 230VAC shore power / generator system

Shore Power:

• Single 16 amp connection

• Extension lead to connect to shore supply

• RCD protected system

• Voltmeter on panel

• Polarity indicator

• Ring main, immersion heater and battery charger

Battery Banks:

• Domestic – 4x 12VDC, 105Ah, gel batteries. 2016

• Engine – 1x 12VDC, gel battery. 2016

Alternator:

• Balmar engine-driven alternator

• Balmar smart controller, fitted new 2012

Wind Generator:

• Rutland 913 wind generator currently removed from boat.

• Marlec HRDi charge controller

Solar Panel:

• Two panels mounted on gantry between davits

General:

• 12V charging sockets in saloon and cockpit

PLUMBING

Fresh Water:

• Fully pressurised hot and cold water system

• Mixer tap in galley

• Mixer tap and dedicated shower fitting in heads

• Manually pumped tap in galley

• Filtered water drinking tap from pressurised supply at galley sink

• Vanity unit in aft cabin with wash hand basin

• Deck shower in cockpit

• Hot water from calorifier heated from engine or immersion heater

Bilge Pumps:

• Manual bilge pump

• Electric bilge pump – auto and manual switch

TANKAGE

Fuel:

• Single diesel tank

• Alloy construction

• Approximate capacity 160ltrs

Fresh Water:

• Single fresh water tank.

• Alloy construction

• Approximate capacity 320ltrs

Holding Tank:

• Single holding tank

• Approximate capacity 140ltrs

• Macerator pump to discharge overboard

• Deck suction outlet

NAVIGATION & COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT

On Deck:

• Depth – Raymarine ST60

• Speed/Log – Raymarine ST60

• Wind – Raymarine ST60

Below Decks:

• Plotter/Radar – Raytheon RL80C display

Communications Equipment:

• DSC VHF – Icom IC-M601

• SSB Radio – Icom IC-M801E

• Sat Phone – Iridium 9522-TP

• Navtex – ICS NAV4 Navtex, paper print out

• Radar Reflector – SeaMe active radar reflector

DOMESTIC EQUIPMENT

Galley:

• Galley Stove – Princess gas cooker, 3 burner, oven and grill, gimbal mounted.

• Microwave – 230VAC Electrolux 600w

• Fridge/Freezer – Top loading unit with Frigoboat compressor, watercooled system.

• Double stainless steel sink

• Manual and pressurised water taps

• Filter drinking water supply

Heads:

• Raritan manual marine toilet

• Wash hand basin

• Pressurised hot and cold water tap

• Shower stall

Heating and Ventilation:

• Webasto Airtop Evo diesel fired blown air system installed 2016

• Insulated ducting

• Outlets in saloon, cabins and head.

• Thermostatic, programable cabin controller

• Air circulating fans in cabins

Lighting:

• Overhead lighting

• Cabin side lighting in saloon

• Reading lights over bunks in cabins

• Majority of bulbs upgraded to LED

Entertainment:

• Pioneer head unit, CD/Radio/USB/MP3

• Speakers in saloon and cockpit

• Flat screen TV

ACCOMMODATION

Summary of Accommodation:

• Double master cabin forward with Jack’N’Jill en-suite heads access

• Large heads compartment

• Saloon with 2/3 occassional berths

• Nav Station

• Galley

• Double aft cabin

Accommodation Finish:

• Joinery work of teak, finished with a satin varnish.

• Moulded, cream headlining with varnished teak trims and grabrails.

• Red leather upholstery in saloon.

• Blue patterned cushions in cabin bunks

• Moulded GRP non-slip patterned sole in way of galley and in both heads.

• Traditional teak and holly soleboards in saloon and cabins.

• Corian worktop and heads countertop replace 2010

• Lockers fitted with louvred doors for ventilation.

• Fitted carpets to finish soles in cabins and saloon

Description of Accommodation from Forward:

Forward Cabin:

• Double forward cabin with bunk located centrally forward.

• Steps up to bunk port and starboard aft.

• Shelf running the length of the bunk along the hull side outboard.

• Locker unit aft of bunk to port with two opening lockers and countertop above

• Locker unit aft of bunk to starboard with two opening lockers and hanging locker, counter top above.

• Aft end of bunk lifting to access bin type locker

• Sliding drawers beneath bin locker.

• Large volume bunk locker under forward end of bunk

• Access to chain locker forward.

Heads:

• Large heads compartment to port at forward end of saloon.

• Manual marine toilet, inboard facing, mounted outboard aft.

• Counter forward with Corian top and inset wash hand basin outboard forward.

• Vanity unit and storage locker outboard and below counter top.

• Hardwood slatted seat folding down over toilet to form shower seat

• Pull out shower stall

• Shower tray drains to sump, pumped overboard by electric pump

• Two large mirrors mounted on bulkheads

Saloon:

• Bench settee to starboard with hanging locker at forward end.

• Countertop outboard above seat back with book shelves and doored lockers outboard.

• 3 tier lockers outboard of settee backs with bin lockers beneath settee bases.

• Saloon table mounted on bulkhead, folding down with drop leaf.

• Glass storage locker within saloon table folding unit on bulkhead.

• J-shaped settee to port, converting to double berth with infill section

• Countertop outboard above seat back with book shelves and doored lockers outboard.

• 3 tier lockers outboard of settee backs, batteries, fresh water pump and pressure vessel and hot water tank located in lockers beneath settee

• Chart storage drawer beneath middle section of settee

Nav Station:

• Located at aft end of saloon on port side.

• Aft facing chart table with navigator sitting on aft end of port saloon settee

• Ships switch panel outboard of table

• Navigation and communication equipment mounted above table.

• Battery charger and solar panel controller located in cupboard beneath chart table

• Raymarine course computer located in cupboard above chart table

Galley:

• U-shaped galley

• Double stainless steel sink forward

• Below worktop, top access rubbish bin.

• Microwave built into locker above worktop outboard.

• Gimbal mounted galley cooker outboard with corian worktop infill

• L-shaped galley worktop aft with toploading fridge/freezer below

• Selection of lockers and crockery storage outboard of worktop

• Selection of locker beneath worktop

• Cool larder lockers beneath galley sole

Aft Cabin:

• Double cabin accessed from port side of companionway

• Thwartships double bunk aft extending beneath cockpit sole

• Shelve running along bunk top outboard aft

• Storage unit forward outboard with selection of lockers beneath and hanging locker forward, containing fluxgate compass.

• Concealed vanity unit in storage locker with fold up top revealing wash hand basin and mixer tap.

• Three large bin lockers beneath bunk base.

• Full length mirro mounted on bulkhead

DECK EQUIPMENT

Rig:

• New Sparcraft F-section mast fitted spring 2021.

• Silver anodised alloy mast and spars

• Keel stepped, single spreader, masthead cutter rigged sloop.

• Stainless steel standing rigging with chromed bronze rigging screws, fitted new 2021.

• Harken roller reefing system on forestay for Yankee

• Harken roller reefing system on cutter stay for Staysail

• Self-tacking staysail on boom.

• In mast roller reefing mainsail system.

• Block and tackle kicker

• Mainsheet system mounted on foredeck

• Spinlock clutches of halyards mounted on mast.

• Spinlock clutches for lines lead aft to mast

Winches:

• Primary Winches – 2x Lewmar 48, two-speed, self-tailing

• Secondary Winches – 2x Lewmar 16, two-speed, self-tailing

• Cockpit Halyard Winches – 2x Lewmar 30, two-speed, self-tailing

• Self Tacking Staysail Winch – 1x Lewmar 8, single-speed.

• Mast Mounted Winches – 2x Lewmar 24, two-speed.

Sails:

• Mainsail – White dacron, in-mast reefing

• Yankee – White dacron, roller reefing, heavy weight cruising sail, foam padded luff (2009)

• Staysail – White dacron, roller reefing, self-tacking, fitted on boom

• Cruising chute – With snuffer (2009)

• Spare Yankee – White dacron, roller reefing, lighter weight sail

Canvas Work:

• Sprayhood

• Full cockpit tent

• Bimini

• Pedestal cover

• Fitted cockpit cushions

Anchoring & Mooring:

• Bower Anchor – CQR anchor on 85m chain rode

• Kedge Anchor – Fortress

• Electric Windlass – Simpson Lawrence. Fully service with new gears and motor fitted summer 2021

• Spare anchor chain – 50m approximately

• Mooring warps – Selection

• Fender - Selection

Tender:

• 2.3m Excel inflatable dinghy

• Oars, seat and pump

Davits:

• Kato marine tubular davits

General:

• Stainless steel pulpit rail, extending forward around bow sprit

• Deck mounted stainless steel stanchions with double tier plastic coated stainless steel guardwires, fully replaced September 2021.

• Stainless steel pushpit rail with G&T seats on quarters

• Guardwire gates port and starboard

• Transom gate with fold down swimming ladder

• Double bow rollers on bow sprit, anchor self stowing to starboard roller

• Stainless steel cap rail mounted mooring cleats forward, midships and aft

• Stainless steel grabrail running length of coachroof outboard port and starboard

• 3x dorade ventilators on coachroof with stainless steel guards

• Primary and secondary winches mounted on cockpit coamings

• Bench seating in cockpit port and starboard

• Helmsmans seat aft of pedestal with backrest cushion

• Large cockpit locker under port and starboard seats.

• Outboard storage bracket to port

• Liferaft mounted on cradle to starboard.

SAFETY EQUIPMENT:

General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferafts, Epirbs, fire extinguishers and flares etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on-board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owners specific needs.

Navigation Lights:

• Masthead Tricolour and anchor light

• Low level anchor light

• Combined mast mounted steaming light and deck light

• Low level navigation lights

• Flood light aft

Life saving:

• Liferaft – Ocean Safety 4 person cannister raft

• EPRIB – McMurdo SmartFind 406MHZ GPS

VIEWING ARRANGEMENTS

Lying, Largs, North Ayrshire.

Available to view strictly by appointment

Office Hours Mon- Fri 0900 – 17.00

Saturday by prior appointment

For more information or to arrange a viewing please contact us.

Please Note: Due to the varying locations of our yachts, your travel time and the distances that may be involved, we recommend that you only make arrangements to view if you are actively considering purchase.

Lead Broker: Mark Cameron

Tel: Mobile: +44 (0)7988 763254

Email: mark@grabauinternational.com

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Propulsion
Engine
Yanmar 4JH3 50hp
Engine hours
2939
Fuel
Diesel
Fuel capacity
160 litres
Accommodation
Number of cabins
2
Number of berths
7
Drinking water capacity
320 litres

Grabau International offers the details of all vessels in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information or warranty the condition of any vessel and the details do not constitute a part of any contract. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. All vessels are offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice. Grabau International provides professional yacht conveyancing and legal transfer of title for all yachts as per the ABYA Code of Practice with all deposit payments and final balance payments processed through secure dedicated client accounts solely for that purpose. Our dedicated client accounts are written in trust at Natwest Bank and we are fully insured.

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