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This Boat is Off Market

  • Off Market
  • Sail / Cruisers
  • Island Packet / 350
  • 1999 / Used
  • 36' / 12'
  • 1999 Yanmar 3JH2
  • 1228 hrs
  • Diesel
  • 3 Blade Propeller

Cruisers 1999 Island Packet 350

Off Market since Aug 28th 2018

To see full description of this boat from the seller click on the Seller Description tab above.

Rum Line is a well maintained, well upgraded two owner boat. She has lived her life on the Chesapeake and shows extreme ly well.

Her owners have continually upgraded and maintained. She is ready to go!

Just look at the partial list of equipment.......

  –  NEW Raymarine Electronics 2016
  –  (6) Deka Group 27 Batteries
  –  NEW Pura-San EX USCG Approved Marine Sanitation System and NEW Hoses 2016
  –  Rig Inspected and Tuned 2016
  –  NEW Lifelines 2016
  –  NEW Northsails Mainsail 2014
  –  NEW Running Rigging 2015
  –  Fuel Polished 2017
  –  Scupper Hoses Replaced 2014
  –  Exterior Teak Re-finished 2016
  –  Marine Air 16K BTU Reverse Cycle Heat and Air
  –  Furling Main along with Furling Headsail and Staysail
  –  Kato Dinghy Davits with Straps
  –  Lewmar Low Profile Electric Anchor Windlass
  –  Winter Canvas Boat Cover with Weight Bags

You can see from this list that she has had wonderful care. Come see her soon!

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

Boat Name
Rum Line

Specs
Keel: Full

Dimensions
LOA: 36 ft 10 in
Beam: 12 ft 0 in
LWL: 29 ft 4 in
Maximum Draft: 4 ft 3 in
Displacement: 16000 lbs
Ballast: 7500 lbs
Bridge Clearance: 48 ft 4 in
Headroom: 6 ft 4 in

Engines
Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Year Built: 1999
Engine Model: 3JH2
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 1228
Propeller: 3 blade propeller

Tanks
Fresh Water Tanks: (100 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (50 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: (30 Gallons)

Walkthru and Accommodations

The Forward Cabin has a pullman berth on the Starboard side with a hanging locker and a bureau on port. There are 3 opening ports and a large opening hatch providing excellent ventilation. There is also a seat between the berth and bureau.

The large Head is to starboard aft of the forward cabin with entrances from both the saloon and the forward cabin. It has a commode, sink and shower. An opening port and hatch provide excellent ventillation and light.

The Main Saloon follows aft with facing settees. Thetablefolds up to store on the forward bulkhead when not in usegiving the saloon a large, open feel. The starboard settee pulls out creating a double berth. There are 4 opening ports and a large opening hatch in the saloon. The fuel, water, and waste tanks are under the cabin sole, allowing tremendous storage spaceunder and behind the settees.Charts are kept in a largedrawer under the starboard settee.

The aft facing Nav Station is on the aft end of the saloons port settee. The 12 and 110 Volt Electric Panels are above the desk.

The U shaped Galley is on starboard behind the saloon with double sink, 2 burner stove, large ice box and plenty of work room and storage. Across the back of the galley is a very clever storage area for dishes and eating utensils.There is an opening port and hatch serving the galley.

Across from the galley on port and separated by the companionway is the Aft Cabin entrance. It has a big athwartship berth, large dressing area and a bureau and hanging locker. There are 2 opening ports and an opening hatch providing more great ventillation.

The Companionway separates the galley from the aft cabin.The Yanmar diesel islocated underneath the steps and is easily accessed for maintenance and service.

The Cockpit is large for sailingand long enough to stretch out and nap or entertain family and friends. There are 2 stern rail seats foradditional seating and an outstanding view. A swim ladder and a sugar-scoop swim platform make boarding easy. There are 2 deep Lazarettes for storage.

  – 3 Dorades, 5 Hatches, 11 Opening Ports
  – Glebe Creek Hatch Screens
  – Glebe Creek Saloon Style Companionway Doors With Screens
  – Port Screens Throughout
  – Marine Air 16,000 BTU Heat Pump with Air and Heat
  – (4) Caframo Fans 2016
  – Hot/Cold Pressure Water
  – Double Sink in Galley w/Faucet, Cold Water Hand Pump and Sprayer
  – Hillerange Propane 2 Burner Stove and Oven
  – GE Microwave
  – 12 Volt Frigoboat Refrigeration w/Freezer Box

Sails and Sail Handling Equipment

The 350shave a high aspect ratio masthead cutter rig with a Charleston SparsIn-Mast Mainsail Furler and Harken Furlers on the Staysail and Genoa. The Staysail is on a Hoyt designed boom. All lines are led aft except the Halyards for the FurlingSails which are Cleated at the Mast.

  – Northsails Roller Furling Mainsail 2014
  – Rig Inspected and Tuned 2016
  – Running Rigging Replaced (New England Ropes Sta-Set STS Dyneema) 2014
  – Selden Halyard Cast Aluminum Winch Pads 2014
  – Boom Vang
  – Coach Roof Mounted Traveller Adjustable from Cockpit
  – Adjustable Fairlead Blocks
  – 1 Lewmar 30ST Winch for the Staysail Sheet Mainsail Furling
  – 1 Lewmar 30ST Winch for the Mainsail Sheet and Spare Halyard
  – (2) Lewmar 40ST Primary Winches
  – 2Lewmar16 Halyard Winches for Genoa and MainMounted on the Mast
  – 1 Lewmar 8 Staysail Halyard Winch on Mast
  – Winch Handles
  – Bosun Chair
  – Chainplates Re-bedded 2016

Deck and Hull

The Island Packet 350 has a solid glass hull with a molded in bow spritand a synthetically cored deck. She has afull keel with a cutaway forefoote and a spade rudder providing great control and excellent tracking. There is a sugarscoop swim platform.

  – Kato Dinghy Davits with Straps
  – New Davit Blocks and Lines for Kato Davits 2017
  – Stern Rail Seats
  – Scupper Hoses Replaced 2014
  – Rub-rail with stainless steel striker
  – Exterior teak refinished 2016
  – Stainless Steel Lifelines 2016
  – Lewmar Low Profile Electric Anchor Windlass w/Up and Down Controls
  – Rocna 33lb/15kg Anchor 2016
  – Fortress Anchor w/Chain and 3-Strand Nylon Rode
  – 5/8 Mantis Bridle and Chain Hook 2016
  – Heavy duty Chain Stopper added to anchor platform along with Stainless Steel Chafe Guards 2016
  – Recessed Deck/Anchor Rode Washdown
  – Dodger w/Aft andHorizontal and Vertical Side Handrails and Support Struts
  – Matching Canvas Covers for Dodger Eiesenglass
  – Connecting Panel with large Sighting Window
  – Bimini
  – Canvas Binnacle Winch Covers
  – Cockpit Freshwater Shower
  – Folding Cockpit Table on Binnacle
  – Large Rubber Fenders and Dock Lines
  – Closed Cell Cockpit Cushions including Helm Seat Backrest
  – Winter Canvas Boat Cover with Weight Bags
  – Interlux Pacifica Plus Bottom Paint 2016

Electronics and Navigation

  – All New Raymarine Electronics in 2016
  – Raymarine Sea Talk Backbone 2016
  – eS97 9 Multifunction Touch Display w/WiFi 2016
  – (2) i70 Multifunction Displays 2016
  – i60 Wind Instrument System w/ Masthead 2016
  – AIS650 Class B Transceiver (AIS; TX/Rx) 2016
  – Richie Powerdamp Compass at Helm
  – iCom VHF Radio, RAM and Antenna 2016
  – Davis Masthead Windex 15 Hawk (Wind Direction Indicator) 2016
  – Sony AM/FM/CD Stereo
  – Alpine Speakers w/Tweeter in Saloon
  – PolyPlanar 5.25 Platinum Round Marine Cockpit Speakers 2016
  – Garmin Handheld GPS

Electrical

The Island Packet 350 is equipped with both a 12 Volt Ships System and a 120 Volt Shorepower System.

  – 2 - 50 Shorepower Cords
  – 30 amp to 120 volt Pigtail Adapter
  – Battery Charger
  – Statpower TruCharge20 Remote Display
  – 12 Volt Outlet at Nav Station
  – Separate 120V service for the Air Conditioning Heat Pump
  – Balmar 100 Amp Dual Output Alternator
  – (6) Deka AGM Group 27 Batteries - 5 house, 1 start

  – Blue Sea Systems M2 DC Battery Monitor NEW 2016

  – AquaSignal Gaborone LED Chart Table Flexlight NEW 2016
  – LED Navigation Lights (Bi-color Bow, Stern, Steaming, Anchor and Deck) NEW 2014

Engine and Mechanical

  – Yanmar 3JH2 -38HP Diesel with 1228 hours
  – Fuel Polished 2017
  – Three Blade Fixed Prop
  – Single lever control
  – Manual and Electric Bilge Pumps
  – Raritan Pura-San EX USCG Approved Marine Sanitation System 2016
  – Sanitation System Hoses Replaced 2016
  – Blackwater and Greywater Hoses Replaced 2014
  – Holding Tank with Y Valve and Deck Pumpout

Disclaimer

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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