1993 Island Packet IP35 Cutter. **Broker Protected**
35' Island Packet Cutter: - Year: 1993 - Current Price: 90,000 - Current Location: Savannah, GA - Hull Material: Fiberglass - Engine/Fuel Type: Single Diesel - Hull Number: TDL35163B393 - USCG Number: 1023360 Boat Name: COPASETIC Not your everyday coastal cruiser, this is a true, Blue Water Sailing Vessel, built to cross oceans in comfort, safety, and style. About You: Potential third owner of this vessel that can take you anywhere in the world. About Me: Aerospace Structures/Systems Engineer with 23 years in the business, at seven companies, on nine different Type Certification Programs. I bought this vessel in June 2011 for $140,000, spent the next four years living aboard, and spent tens of thousands of dollars on upgrades and improvements, before taking off on my six month, 2500nm, single-handed, “Great Sailing Adventure,” from Savannah to West Palm Beach, to Bermuda, to New York City, and back to Savannah, in preparation for OSTAR, which sadly, I will not be able to participate in. Everything I’ve put into this boat is of the highest quality. I’m sure I’ve spent $500 on stainless steel hardware from Home Depot and Lowe's alone. My original plan was to take this vessel around the world, but you know…plans change. Time to pass the torch. Your turn. Specifications: Builder: Island Packet Yachts Designer: Bob Johnson Line Number: 163 out of 178 built Dimensions: LOA: 35.33' compare to IP350: 34.67' LWL: 30.00' compare to IP350: 29.33' Beam: 12.00' compare to IP350: 12.00' Draft: 4.50' compare to IP350: 4.25' Displacement: 17,500 lbs compare to IP350: 16,000lbs Ballast: 8000lbs compare to IP350: 7500lbs Sail Area: 639 sq ft compare to IP350: 615 sq ft (Conclusion: IP35 IS BETTER THAN THE NEWER IP350.) Headroom: 6’3” down the middle of the vessel. Engine: Engine Brand: Yanmar Engine Model: 3JH2E Engine Hours: 2655 Engine Power: 35 HP Newer Impeller and Exhaust Mixing Elbow (both replaced October 2018.) Tanks: Fuel: 48 gallons Fresh Water: 90 gallons Holding: 12 gallons Galley: Corian countertops. Three burner Princess propane stove and oven.Top Loading refrigerator/freezer Frigiboat "keel cooler" refrigerator/freezer system: (Disclaimer: Frigiboat requires repair…most likely needs a new compressor and refrigerant.) Pex potable water lines throughout entire vessel (May 2014) Electronics: Garmin AIS600 Receiver and Transponder (new March 2015) Garmin GHP12 + Class B Compact Drive Hydraulic below deck Autopilot (March 2015) -This autohelm is Copasetic’s Crowning Jewel. -Mounted on the robust, built-into-the hull, original, hot water tank location. -GPS waypoint-to-waypoint and heading hold navigation. -This autopilot is sized for vessels twice the size as Copasetic. -Performed flawlessly on 2500+ nm solo "sailing adventure." -Recommend you add Garmin Wind Vane GWS10 (Part Number 010-11120-00) to top of mast, allowing you to point the nose into the wind to raise the mainsail, and sail at any desired angle to the wind. Backstay antenna ready for the SSB Radio of your choice Standard Horizon Intrepid Plus VHF radio at Nav Station (new 2007*) Second VHF radio ICOM M 504 at Nav Station with mic at helm (new 2009*) Garmin 24 HD (High Definition) Radar system mounted on arch. XM/Sirius Satellite Weather and Radio (subscription required.) Ritchie Compass at helm (works fine but has a bubble…could be rung out and rebuilt.) Three Chartplotters: 1. Garmin GPSMap 5208 touch screen chartplotter at helm on NMEA2K network 2. Garmin GPSMap 4208 chartplotter at Nav Station on same NMEA2K network (Disclaimer: the 4208 is a project in progress for you to complete. It was a bargain. It is mounted, but not connected. It may, or may not, work.) 3. Garmin 2006C chartplotter at Nav Station on independent NMEA 0183 network (redundant system.) Seawatch Model 3020 HDTV Antenna for free viewing of local programming 31" Flat Screen LED TV, WDTV Live (Western Digital TV Live) for viewing movies from a hard drive, (and Youtube, Netflix, etc., if strong wi-fi signal is available.) Batteries: House Bank Batteries: Qty (4) Group 31 AGM (NEW upon delivery to you.) Engine Start Battery: Qty (1) Group 31 AGM (NEW upon delivery to you.) Generator Start Battery: Qty (1) Group 24 Conventional Sealed Lead Acid (NEW upon delivery to you.) (Generator Start Battery is independent of House/Engine Start Battery Banks. Redundant system.) Disclaimer: Recommend an additional battery be added in the bow to improve Bow Thruster’s efficacy. The Bow Thruster has a more sensitive overload fuse than the Windlass, which are both connected by 00 gage wires to the House/Starter Battery located Aft. Bow Thruster can currently be run intermittently without blowing the fuse, but with an additional battery in the bow, the Bow Thruster could run indefinitely (or until batteries are flattened.) Electrical System: Nextgen 1000 Watt Diesel Generator. (3) 75 watt solar panels on arch, with charge controller. Engine Start connected to House with Voltage Sensing Switch for "no touch" operation. Heart Interface/Freedom Inverter/Charger. Vetus 55 Bow Thruster professionally installed by Florida Bow Thrusters (April 2016.) Hull & Deck: Robust, dependable, Rack & Pinion Steering (an Island Packet selling point): (No cables to come loose from the Steering Sector.) Swim Platform with Ladder. Custom made Aluminum Arch with mounts for solar, TV Antenna, dinghy and more. "Cat Bird" seats in cockpit on stern rail. Standing rigging shrouds, double backstays and turnbuckles (New May 2009*.) Backstay single sideband antenna (ready for SSB Radio installation.) Stainless steel bollard at bow for anchor line. Ideal electric windlass for two chain/nylon rodes. Custom made anchor bow rollers with stainless steel rod captive bars. Exterior wood treated with Cetol Light and UV inhibitor overcoat Dinghy motor mount on stern rail. Bottom of hull painted with Interprotect Epoxy Barrier Coat (4 coats.) New Bottom Paint (December 2019.) Hull waxed (December 2019.) Note: I have “the lawn mowed,” i.e., the Hull Cleaned, by a diver every month, as is required here on the Wilmington River in Savannah. Ground Tackle: Delta 45 with 200' 5/16" HD chain and 100' rode. Bruce 33 with 100' BBB 3/8" chain and 200' nylon rode.Ideal electric windlass for two chain/nylon rodes. Sails: Main Sail (fully battened) and Genoa from Sail Repair, Inc, PA (New September 2013.) Staysail Reconditioned by Sail Repair, Inc, PA (September 2013.) Original Jib cut down, reinforced at corners, and reconditioned by Sail Repair, Inc, PA, to serve as backup Storm Sail (September 2013.) Never been used. Self-Tacking Staysail. Genoa and Staysail on Roller Furling Stays. Rigid Boomvang. Garhauer preventer blocks. Garhauer Headsail genoa cars. Car for spinnaker pole mounted forward surface of mast. Furling lines for staysail and genoa are outboard on Harken blocks at stanchion bases on starboard side, and out of the way on portside. All Lines lead aft, to cockpit, for single-handed operation, including reef lines. Mechanical Equipment: Vetus 55 Bow Thruster, Professionally installed by Floria Bow Thrusters (April 2016.) NextGen 1000 Watt Diesel Generator - Low Hours (110 hours.) 16K BTU Mermaid Air Conditioner. Holding Tank and Sanitation Hoses (New July 2014.) Raritan Marine Elegance Electric, fresh water, macerating toilet (New July 2014.) Isotemp All Stainless Water Heater (New July 2014.) Super HOT water! PSS Dripless Shaft Seal Exclusions: 2004 Caribe 10' RIB (double bottom) dinghy with 5hp Lehr propane outboard motor are not included but may be negotiated separately. Additional Comments: I will cover up to one month’s slip fees at my marina after closing, if full price is agreed on. Payment: Cash, Local Pickup only. *Disclaimer: These dates are according to the original owner. I purchased Copasetic in June 2011. I am the second owner, the original owner ordered directly from the factory. Further disclaimer: Owner has taken on other interests which have left him little time to spend on the vessel. Copasetic needs some general cleaning and seasonal prep. The brightwork could use a fresh coat of Cetol (I’ve put this off; some prefer the teak to go natural.) Deck fittings might need some sealing. Owner will personally show vessel, and is prepared to answer any questions and address any concerns. This listing is for a vessel being sold, “As-Is.” This boat has good bones. She’s a good ol’ boat, and a vessel worth your time, effort, and investment. I challenge you to find a brand-new vessel for less than $300k that is a better value than this. Come take a look, and have your surveyor take a look, before making an offer. **Broker protected: If you are working with a licensed boat broker, I will pay 3% commission, or $3000 if full asking price is agreed on.