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2008 Island Packet 465

$489,000 Portsmouth, Rhode Island
Make Island Packet
Model 465
Year 2008
Condition Used
Price US$489,000
Fractional Shares 1
Type Sail
Class Cruiser (Sail)
Length 46 ft
Fuel Type Diesel
Hull Material Fiberglass
Location Portsmouth, Rhode Island
LOA 48 ft
Length at Water Line 38 ft 1 in
Beam 14 ft 4 in
Engine Make Yanmar
Engine Model 4JH4-TBE
Fuel Type Diesel
Builder Island Packet
Fuel Tanks 1
Fresh Water Tanks 1
Holding Tanks 1

Description

LIKE NEW: 50 engine hours, 4 generator hours

LIKE NEW is a shining example of the IP 465. Her owners have equipped her with carefully chosen gear and equipment, to a cost of about $130,000. above her factory specification. It can be said that she presents as a new boat, thoroughly debugged.   After two years of climate-controlled indoor storage, LIKE NEW  is fully commissioned, lying in one of RI's premier marinas. One could argue that she is better than new.

The center-cockpit arrangement plan allows for two gracious staterooms, each with head and shower compartment ensuite. Galley and navigation areas are amidships, along with a generous and sociable main saloon. Immediate overall impression is that she is a much larger yacht than her 46 feet might suggest.

 The sellers understand the marketplace and are interested in offers. .

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Engines

Total Power: 75

Tanks

Fuel: 160
Fresh Water: 260
Holding: 55

Accommodations

Beginning forward is a guest suite with centerline berth, storage to either side. Opening ports and an overhead hatch allows abundant natural light and ventilation. Private access is available to the forward head compartment. 

Next aft is the main saloon with opposing settees, served by a drop-leaf table. Each settee will make into a secure sea berth, the port settee will open to a full twin size. The full- function navigation station is aft to port, within communication distance of the helm but securely out of the way.

The navigator's comfort is assured with a high-backed swivel chair. Navionics are attractively flush mounted (see ELECTRONICS) and full-sized chart space is available.

The galley is on the fore-and-aft axis, with some components to each side of the passageway aft. A deep stainless sink with separate rinsing compartment is appropriately on centerline. A stainless microwave is mounted overhead. The four burner Force 10 LPG stove with oven is outboard, along with separate fridge and freezer compartments and unique refrigerated drawer for quick-access items. Approximately 20 square feet of counter space is available, finished in Corian, with integral fiddles. Those with galley duties are securely out of the way but available to all main saloon socializing.

The owner's stateroom occupies the aft section of the yacht with an island queen berth and a large head compartment with separate shower stall. Storage is appropriate to long-term cruising with numerous drawers and apartment-sized hanging lockers. Bedding includes a custom inner-spring mattress (in the forward stateroom also). Six opening ports and a large overhead hatch guarantee abundant light and ventilation.

Headroom in the main saloon is 7'2", elsewhere is at least 6'6". Bulkheads and trim are finished in satin varnished light teak. The cabin soles are of teak and holly in the accommodations areas but are of non-skid GRP in areas of high traffic such as the companionway and galley. Handholds are sited where needed, reflecting the offshore intent of the design. Condition is absolutely impeccable. It cannot be emphasized enough, that LIKE NEW appears as though she has never left the showroom.

Electronics and Navigation

The Raymarine electronic suite is fully integrated with all components communicating via NMEA protocols.

Raymarine ST6002 Smart Pilot S3G Type 2 (44,000 lbs) autopilot

Raymarine E120 Chartplotter on Navpod, binnacle mount, w/RS125 WAAS GPS Sensor

Raymarine E120 Chartplotter at navigation station

Raymarine ST7002 auto pilot control head upgrade

Raymarine AIS

Raymarine SR100 Sirius weather receiver

Raymarine Sea Talk Navionics platinum chart cartridge w/3D capabilities

Raymarine 4K Radar antenna mast mounted

ICOM 604 DSC VHF Radio w/command microphone in cockpit mast mounted hailer / listener

SeaME active radar reflector

Tri-lens radar reflector

Edson antenna mast (mounted on port quarter)

EPIRB 406 with registered frequency

Sails and Rigging

Mainmast-Aluminum, anodized & powder coated, double-spreader w/ line driven roller-furling

Harken Unit # 2 roller-furling staysail with Hoyt self-vanging, staysail boom

Harken Unit # 1 Roller-furling headstay

Stainless wire standing rigging

Solid vang Lewmar # 54 EST primaries - 2 speed (electric)

Lewmar # 44 EST mainsail furling / reefing control winch (electric)

Spare halyard, led aft.

Sails by Doyle: Mainsail w/ vertical battens, staysail & 110% genoa Mid-boom mainsail sheeting

Mechanical

Yanmar 75hp 4JH4-TBE turbo diesel - four cylinder, fresh-water cooled

Racor fuel filter with water separator

12V fuel lift pump

Side-Power 6 HP bow thruster with joystick control

Dual Frigoboat Keel Cooler fridge / freezer systems with digital controls - well insulated compartments are interchangeable.

Vacu-Flush electric heads (2) with tank monitors

 

Electrical

MasPower 8 KW diesel generator – 1800 RPM, with sound-shield. Engine hours: 2 12V / 110V / 220V electrical systems with separate DC & AC panels

Dedicated and isolated battery banks: engine start and house supply

Full "green-wire" bonding system , all through-hulls

Galvanic isolator with remote status panel

Dual 30 amp AC dockside power systems, inlet breakers,

GFCI outlets in all appropriate locations.

Batteries: all are AGM; six 12V house batteries, one 12V engine start.

Charles automatic three stage battery charger w/ temperature sensor: 60 amps. Balmar high-output 100 amp w/ Charles Duo-Charge controller

Link 20 dual-bank battery monitor

Deck and Hull

Muir "Cheetah 2500" windlass with chain gypsy and capstan

IP anchoring platform with twin rollers

Ground tackle: 250' 7/16"chain w/ 65 lb stainless Manson anchor

Chrome plated dorades (4) with polished stainless guards

Cockpit cushions – 2” closed cell with Textaline covers 

Six 12” mooring cleats

Welded stainless mast rails

Stern gate with quick-release hook, stern-rail seats (2)

Vinyl rubbing strakes with stainless striker

Boarding / swim platform; fiberglass with stainless frame, teak grates, swim ladder Solid laminate hull structure, assembled with resin infustion, utilizing an isothalic gelcoat (10 year warranty against moisture intrusion).

Ballast is integral and fully encapsulated.

One-piece laminated deck structure using Poly-Core (also w/ 10 year warranty) – no organic core materials.

Two-tone deck: ivory w/ tan

Dodger and bimini with transparent connector panel and full side-curtains

Remarks

Any buyer who may be considering a new or late model cruising boat, of high quality would be well served to inspect LIKE NEW. Very few boats can provide this measure of comfort for two couples. Interior and exterior surfaces shine. This is a new boat in showroom condition. We encourage inspections.

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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