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1996 40 (ft.) Island Packet 40

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Listing# 113148

Unknown, FL, United States
Island Packet
Boat Type
Model Year
40 (ft.)
Hull Material
Fuel Type
Number of Engines

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Dual Autohelm 6000 autopilots    Dual high output alternators    Extended range fuel tanks (approx 120 gallons total)   Storm trysail including a separate mast track for the storm trysail     Cruising spinnaker   Extendable whisker pole Dual 3700 gph bilge pumps  Edson Boat Saver manual pump*  Plumbing modifications so the engine can also be used to pump the bilge   Dual SSB radios- SGC 2000 Marine SSB/Ham transciever and SGC 230 antenna tuner; Sitex receive only SSB w antenna    Pactor Modem for sending and receiving email at sea  Spectra 8 gph  watermaker  (recently rebuilt and new membrane) Every winch on the boat is 1 size larger than standard - the genoa sheet winches are Lewmar 54 CST's  for effortless sail handling A dedicated furling winch has been added for rolling up the genoa in very strong winds   AIS receiver- can be displayed at helm or nav station greatly adding to safety for offshore passages   220 volt electric system for charging in foreign countries plus plugs for nearly every country in the world    Fuel transfer pumps for getting diesel from drums in the So. Pacific and Asia    Locking floorboards throughout the boat that can’t come loose in rough seas  Anchor cleaning hose and deck wash down pump (salt or fresh)     Galley saltwater pump   Plus a gigantic list of safety equipment, optional equipment and spare parts to get you out there and back home again safely. (see below) Sails  Full batten mainsail  with Harken batt car system (much better sail shape than in mast furling sails and effortless to handle)  (NEW 2009) Dutchman mainsail flaking system- makes furling and reefing effortless and no lazy jacks to catch the battens.   Solid boom vang and separate  boom preventer tackleNorth sails 130% Genoa with rope luff and additional dedicated  furling winch  North self tacking staysail  All sails reef from the cockpit in minutes.      North sails storm trysail with separate mast track and spare main halyard.     North Sails cruising spinnaker in a sock, spinnaker halyard and sheet.  Extra rope jammer and cleats on the mast for the spinnaker. Safety   MOM8 man overboard rescue system*    Lifesling rescue system   Throwrope with inflatable floatation*    Emergency boarding ladder*      Paratech 18' parachute  sea anchor*     Gale rider drogue*      Dual 3700 gph rule bilge pumps   Dual manual bilge pumps - one is a gigantic 30 gpm Edson pump*    Rigging wire cutter*       Fire extinguishers throughout the boat   Zodiac 4 man life raft- Inspected 9/2011     Life jackets  Jacklines*     Adjustable Harnesses with flotation*    Floatable ditch kit* Survivor 06 Hand operated watermaker*  Two EPIRB’s- GPS EPIRB  had NEW BATTERIES DECEMBER 2012*   Ditch bag includes signaling gear including mirror and laser lights, emergency rations, fishing gear, etc. * Electrical  Three AGM sealed batteries for 630 Ah house battery bank (NEW 2012)   One Group 27 AGM starting battery  EMON electrical monitoring system shows all inflows and outflows and amp hours used and remaining.   Airmarine Air X wind generator   One 90 watt solar panel on rotating mount and room for more, Freedom 2500 watt inverter/charger with remote panel,   Dual high output alternators on main engine (eliminates the need for a generator)  125 amp and 160 amp (NEW 2009)  Ample Power smart regulator     220 volt to 110 volt transformer and plugs for nearly every country in the world    Masthead tricolor and forward running lights are LED for low power consumption.    Automatic low wattage anchor light comes on at dusk.    12volt cigarette lighter plugs throughout boat. Anchor tackle Simpson Lawrence Anchorman 1500 windlass with chain and rope drums. bullet      Primary anchor is 55 lb Delta with 250’ of 3/16” high tensile chain and 150’ of 5/8” nylon Secondary anchor is Fortress FX37 with 50’ chain and 250’ feet of nylon; 3rd anchor is Fortress FX 23 with 6' of hi tensile chain and 150' nylon rode   4th anchor is 70 lb. Luke storm anchor with rode*. (We rode out a hurricane on this one)  Dinghy anchor is 10 lb folding anchor, plus rode, plus 100 meters 100lb test fishing line for emergency anchoring.    Both primary anchors on the bow are modified to accept  ½” retaining pins (standard size pins will bend trapping your anchor). Engine Yanmar 50HP 4JH2E Autostream stainless steel feathering prop -pitch can be adjusted in the water with a snorkel in minutes- delivers good speed and great maneuverability. (NEW 2011)     Dual primary Racor fuel filters so a clogged filter can be changed while the engine is running. Fuel filter suction gauge and drain for removing debris Electric oil change pump- makes changing oil a 10 minute mess free job Oil and water temperature gauges  Extended range 28 gallon fuel bladder with dedicated fuel pump  Electric feed pump to bleed engine in seconds Instrumentation and Navigation Dual Autohelm/Raytheon 6000 autopilots- complete redundant system- 2 arms, 2 course computers, 2 compasses, 2 rudder transducers  Autohelm/Raytheon wind, speed, depth and nav data instruments displayed over the companionway for easy visibility,   Raytheon 16 mile radar on leveling mount Three GPS units Vesper marine AIS receiver with display that can be placed in the cockpit or at the nav station. Three VHF radios- cockpit and nav station plus hand held VHF. Automatic antenna switcher. (Cockpit VHF new 2011) Dual SSB radios- SGC marine SSB/Ham transceiver with SGC antenna tuner and backstay antenna,  Sitex 200 receive only SSB    Pactor modem for at sea email and weather,* Grounding plate and copper foil throughout boat for great signal On Deck Kato dingy davits  9.5’ AB RIB  15HP Yamaha outboard     Forespar outboard motor lift,  Edson outboard motor mount    Leather covered steering wheel  Dockline chafe guards  Stern anchor rollers Fishing Rod holder  Pad eyes in cockpit and on deck (6) for jacklines and lashing points.    Zodiac 4 person liferaft (inspected Dec 2011),    Bauer Jr. scuba compressor in teak deck box*,  Sunbrella dodger, bimini and connector panel with grab rails on aft and and windows for seeing the sails.  Side curtains to block sun from cockpit  Lee cloths for lifelines aft to prevent boarding seas.   Shade Tree sunshade for at anchor or in port to shade most of the boat  Deck wash down pump and hose for cleaning muddy anchors and washing the decks (can be selected salt or fresh water).   Teak cockpit table, teak drink holder,  Cockpit light  Stainless Steel Island Packet Boarding Gate Plates Passerelle boarding ladder for use in the Mediterranean*   Magma BBQ with dedicated permanent propane tank Two Aluminum Propane tanks Interior Custom innerspring mattress in owners stateroom Additional custom non standard teak bookshelves throughout boat Teak drawers, shelves and storage lockers throughout boat including 8' long locker for charts and spear guns, etc. Lee clothes for sleeping in rough weather, Positive locking latches on all floor boards to prevent them coming loose in rough weather Security bar across forward hatch  12 volt Hella fans throughout boat (6), Solar powered exhaust fans in heads and galley Smoke detector in main cabin, Stereo system with 6 speakers inc. CD  player and IPod input Propane sniffer in galley, salt water foot pump in galley Spectra 8gph watermaker Glacier bay freezer and refrigerator -12 volt system with holding plate   Glacier Bay air conditioning in owners cabin and main cabin (12 volt and can be run at anchor)  Brass barometer and  clock   Teak handholds and binocular holder   Macerator system and multiple Y valves to pump holding tanks out at sea or in port Mosquito screens for all ports, hatches and companionway  Sunshades for main hatches
Owners personal items not listed here are not a part of this sale. 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 this vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyers desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.