2009 Island Packet 460 for sale by owner

 

 Cutter Loose logo

FOR SALE BY OWNER  -  ISLAND PACKET 460

2009 – Hull #8

 

bow wave, Virgin Gorda

Cutter Loose is one of only twelve IP 460s manufactured by Island Packet Yachts since this model was introduced at the 2008 fall boat shows.  The IP 460 builds on the success of IPY’s previous two cabin/two head/aft cockpit configurations. In 2009, the IP 460 was awarded the Best Long-Distance Cruiser and overall Boat-of-the-Year Award by Cruising World Magazine.

Construction of hull #8 was completed in January, 2009.  Following initial commissioning, she was launched in June, 2009.  Since then, she has capably plied the waters between Maine and Grenada, carrying her owners safely and comfortably on the adventure of a lifetime.

No expense has been spared to equip this boat sensibly for offshore passages and carefree livability during extended periods at anchor. She is ready to carry her crew anywhere in the world in comfort, safety and style.

Whether your aspirations involve a circumnavigation, tropical island-hopping, coastal cruising or simply a spacious and comfortable home-away-from-home on the water, Cutter Loose is capable of fulfilling all of these dreams and more.  Discriminating buyers should not miss this opportunity to own and enjoy this extraordinary example of the best and most spacious aft cockpit design ever to be produced by Island Packet Yachts.

at anchor in Canaries, St. Lucia

at anchor near Canaries, St. Lucia

Let us introduce you to some of the features of this capable cruiser. Here she is with her distinctive red boot stripe on the final assembly line inside the Island Packet factory in Largo, Florida in late November, 2008.

IP 460-08 nearing end of production in factory IP 460 Specifications:

  • LOA:  48’– 9”
  • LWL:  38’– 1”
  • Beam: 14’– 4”
  • Draft: 5’– 0”
  • I = 57’- 2”
  • P = 50’- 0”
  • E = 19’– 4”
  • J = 17’– 4”
  • Displacement: 32,000 lbs.
  • Sail area: 1,145 SF
  • Sail area/displacement ratio: 18.2
  • Displacement/length ratio: 259
  • Mast height: 62’
  • Fuel capacity: 160 gallons
  • Water Capacity: 260 gallons
  • Holding tank capacity: 55 gallons
Northeast Harbor, Maine

Northeast Harbor, Maine

factory layout

Here are some photos of her interior layout.

IP 460 interior layout

forward stateroom berth

forward stateroom island berth

 

3 views of retractable hatch screen and shade

3 views of Lewmar deck hatch with sliding retractable mesh screen and sun shade

forward stateroom cabinetry

forward stateroom cabinetry
forward head shower stall

spacious forward head semi-circular shower stall

forward head

forward head

forward head mirrored vanity

forward head mirrored vanity
salon stbd. side

salon stbd. side

salon looking forward

salon forward view

salon with table fully opened

wine cabinet, port side of salon

wine cabinet, port side of salon

sliding, lockable file cabinet behind stbd. settee cushion

sliding, lockable file cabinet behind stbd. settee cushion

galley

view aft of galley

galley

view forward of stove and galley sink

nav table with IP inlay, hydraulic rotating chair and nav station with storage bins below

nav table with IP inlay, hydraulic rotating chair and nav station with storage bins below

navigation, systems monitoring and communication center

navigation, systems monitoring and communication center

electronic barometer, Raymarine Smartcontroller, polarity sensor, bilge alert and anchor light switch in nav station

electronic barometer, Raymarine Smartcontroller, polarity sensor, bilge alert and anchor light switch in nav station

companionway stairs with engine access panel behind

companionway stairs with engine access panel behind

Weems & Plath Atlantis clock, thermometer and barometer mounted on bulkhead in salon

Weems & Plath Atlantis clock, thermometer and barometer mounted on bulkhead in salon

Aft head vanity

aft head vanity

Aft head

aft head

Aft stateroom berth, capable of accommodating guests either in a fore-and-aft orientation or athwartships

aft stateroom king berth, capable of accommodating guests either in a fore-and-aft orientation or athwartships

Aft stateroom cabinetry

aft stateroom cabinetry

acu-gage water tank and holding tank monitor

Acu-gage water tank and holding tank monitor

Land and Sea Park, Warderick Wells in the Exuma Chain, Bahamas

Land and Sea Park, Warderick Wells in the Exuma Chain, Bahamas

Access to the engine room for repairs and maintenance is an important and desirable quality in a yacht. The IP 460 provides four convenient points of access to the ship’s mechanicals.

engine access through galley hinged door

engine access through galley hinged door

engine access via companionway hatch

engine access via companionway hatch

engine access through aft stateroom hinged door

engine access through aft stateroom hinged door

engine, transmission and prop shaft access through aft stateroom locker under berth

engine, transmission and prop shaft access through aft stateroom locker under berth

remote engine oil filter mounted in bin beneath galley floor for ease of access

remote engine oil filter mounted in bin beneath galley floor for ease of access

Racor filters for engine and genset mounted on hinged engine room door in galley

Racor filters for engine and genset mounted on hinged engine room door in galley

 

underway in the ICW along the Waccamaw River, South Carolina

autumnal passage southbound in the ICW along the Waccamaw River, South Carolina

One of the best features of the IP 460 is her cavernous lazarette compartment, located aft of and beneath the cockpit.  This area provides over 400 cubic feet of weatherproof space for storage of gear and supplies, including fenders and folding bicycles.

lazarette locker deck hatch with gas struts, 37" x 29"

lazarette compartment deck hatch with gas struts, 37″ x 29″

Maspower 8 kW genset with start battery in lazarette locker (sound panel removed)

Maspower 8 kW genset with start battery in lazarette locker (sound panel removed)

lazarette locker looking forward with genset amidships in sound shield enclosure

lazarette locker looking forward with genset amidships in sound shield enclosure

emergency tiller mounted in lazarette locker

emergency tiller mounted in lazarette locker

Clark pump (water maker), SSB antenna tuner and line storage in lazarette locker

Lazarette compartment view of WiFi router, SSB antenna tuner and hydraulic linear drive autopilot mounted in removable protective enclosure below Clark pump (water maker component)

Windslow valise life raft on shelf in lazarette locker

Windslow valise life raft on shelf in lazarette compartment

vented loops, autopilot hydraulic fluid reservoir and wind generator brake switch mounted in lazarette

vented loops, autopilot hydraulic fluid reservoir and wind generator brake switch mounted in lazarette

 

vented propane locker on lazarette deck

dedicated vented propane locker with hatch on lazarette deck

at anchor in Tyrell Bay, Carriacou

at anchor in Tyrell Bay, Carriacou

Storage space is highly coveted by cruising sailors.  Storage on the IP 460 is not limited to the lazarette compartment.  These stowage plan diagrams depict the locations of the numerous storage compartments throughout the cabin.

stowage bins forward of bulkhead

stowage bins forward of bulkhead

stowage bins in salon and galley

stowage bins in salon and galley

stowage bins aft stateroom

stowage bins aft stateroom

 

docked at Le Phare Bleu Marina, Calivigny Bay, Grenada

Le Phare Bleu Marina, Calivigny Bay, Grenada

During the commissioning process, we insisted on the highest level of quality and care. That is exactly what we received from the outstanding commissioning team of John and Andrew at Gratitude Yachting Services in Rock Hall, MD.

All new wiring added during the commissioning process was carefully labeled.

Wiring Labels

In order to prevent chafe, all cables passing through bulkheads were enclosed in protective conduits.

Conduits

The Spectra Cape Horn Supreme 12V DC water maker system is installed below the aft stateroom berth.

water maker bronze seacock, strainer, charcoal filter, feed pump #1 and diverter valve installation in storage bin under aft stateroom berth

water maker bronze seacock, strainer, charcoal filter, feed pump #1 and diverter valve installation in storage bin under aft stateroom berth

 

water maker 5 micron pre-filter and feed pump #2 mounted in storage bin under aft stateroom berth

water maker 5 micron pre-filter and feed pump #2 mounted in storage bin under aft stateroom berth

The air conditioning system is installed beneath the port settee in the salon and beneath the forward stateroom island berth.

air conditioner compressor installation under berth in forward stateroom

air conditioning compressor installation under berth in forward stateroom

AC installation in salon

air conditioning compressor installation behind port settee berth in salon

Air conditioning bronze seacock, strainer and pump installation under port settee

air conditioning bronze seacock, strainer and pump installation under port settee

underway in Albemarle Sound

broad reaching between Abacos, Bahamas and Charleston, SC

Now, let’s have a look in and around the cockpit.

Cockpit view forward

Cockpit view forward

Raymarine ST 60+ knotlog, wind and depth instruments mounted above seahood

Raymarine ST 60+ knotlog, wind and depth instruments mounted above seahood

canvas bimini, connecting panel and dodger

canvas bimini with zippered enclosure

canvas bimini with zippered enclosure

The stern arch supports a variety of energy and communications systems as well as davits that position the dinghy high above the waterline.

KATO stainless steel stern arch

KATO stainless steel stern arch

dinghy davits with block and tackle integrated into KATO stern arch

dinghy davits with block and tackle integrated into KATO stern arch

Eclectic Energy D400 wind generator and three Kyocera 130 watt solar panels mounted on KATO stern arch

Eclectic Energy D400 wind generator and three Kyocera 130 watt solar panels mounted on KATO stern arch

three Kyocera 130 watt solar panels mounted on KATO stern arch

three Kyocera 130 watt solar panels mounted on KATO stern arch

The stern platform provides ample space for swimming and boarding the boat from the dinghy.

stern swim platform with custom KATO assist bars and LED courtesy lighting on transom

stern swim platform with custom KATO boarding handrails and LED courtesy lighting on transom

North Sound, Virgin Gorda   Now that we’re on deck, let’s move forward to the bow.

88 lb. Rocna (right) and 45 lb. CQR anchor (left) in twin stainless steel bow rollers

88 lb. Rocna (right) and 45 lb. CQR anchor (left) in twin stainless steel bow rollers

Muir Cheetah 2500 electric anchor windlass with up/down foot switches on foredeck

Muir Cheetah 2500 electric anchor windlass with up/down foot switches on foredeck
Spinlock rope clutch mounted on mast (2)

Spinlock rope clutch mounted on mast (2)

 

cast stainless IP step plates at entry gates P&S

cast stainless steel IP step plates at entry gates P&S

stainless steel mast pulpits P&S

stainless steel mast pulpits P&S

at anchor in Water Cay, Jumentos, Bahamas

Water Cay, Jumentos, Bahamas

And finally, a view below the waterline:

standard 3-bladed prop protected by aluminum rudder foot below

standard 3-bladed prop protected by aluminum rudder foot below

rudder, rudder foot and underside of swim platform

rudder, rudder foot and underside of swim platform

reaching to Anegada

Detailed Equipment Summary of 2009 IP 460-08 – Cutter Loose

IP 460 Standard Equipment:

  • Design/Layout/Features:
    • Aft cockpit featuring:
      • sufficient  space to stretch out and relax; a spacious 14 lineal feet of seating area per side (28 lineal feet, total)
      • helmsman’s seat and backrest
      • two 2” scuppers
      • 4 harness pad eyes
      • hinged fiberglass cocktail table mounted on binnacle
  • 13 stainless steel opening ports with removable screens
  • 8 Lewmar deck hatches with built-in retractable screens and shades
  • Full keel with aluminum rudder step to protect prop from snags
  • Bow pulpit with two stainless steel Seasafe anchor rollers
  • Large anchor locker with Lewmar deck hatch, divided rode bins, space for storage of dock lines, snubbers and miscellaneous gear
  • Stainless steel mast pulpits P&S
  • Large forward head with lavatory/vanity, drawer storage, stall shower with curved seat and dedicated gray water sump
  • Forward stateroom with island queen-sized berth to stbd. and hanging lockers to port
  • Spacious salon, featuring:
    • buff UltraLeather cushions
    • traditional settee/berth layout
    • stbd. settee pulls out to form double berth
    • bulkhead-mounted retractable dining table
    • file cabinet behind seatback cushion on stbd. side
    • wine storage cabinet on port side
  • Navigation station to starboard with swing-out seat, inlaid table, hinged chart stowage bin and storage tray below instrument/breaker panel
  • U-shaped galley to starboard:
    • stainless steel double bowl sink
    • manual fresh water pump
    • Corian counters with integral sea rails
    • slide-out trash bin
    • teak dish storage racks and cutlery drawers
  • Aft head with lavatory/vanity, stall shower and dedicated gray water sump
  • Aft stateroom with king-sized berth featuring private access to head
  • Stainless steel handholds strategically located throughout cabin for safe maneuvering below in heavy seas
  • Lazarette deck aft with hinged storage bin for 2 LPG tanks
  • Cavernous lazarette compartment accessed by 37” x 29” deck hatch with gas-support struts and offering stepped entrance to 400 cubic feet of storage area
  • Fiberglass and teak stern platform with under-mounted telescoping swim ladder for ease of boarding

 

  • Doyle Sails:
    • In-mast vertically battened roller furling mainsail (480 sq. ft.)
    • Roller furling staysail (170 sq. ft.) on Hoyt self-vanging boom – Harken furling mechanism
    • Roller furling 110% genoa (495 sq. ft.) – Harken furling mechanism

 

  • Running rigging:
    • Main halyard led to Lewmar Ocean Series 30 CST two speed winch mounted on mast
    • Mainsail roller furling lines led through Spinlock stoppers to Lewmar Ocean Series 44 CST two speed winch in cockpit
    • Genoa halyard led to Lewmar Ocean Series 30 CST two speed winch mounted on mast
    • Genoa sheets led to cockpit via stand-up block and adjustable cars on tracks
    • Mid-boom mainsheet and spare masthead halyard led through Spinlock stoppers to Lewmar Ocean Series 44 CST two speed winch in cockpit
    • Rigid boom vang
    • Main sheet traveler with 4:1 control system led to cockpit
    • Staysail halyard led to Lewmar Ocean Series 8C winch on mast
    • Staysail sheet led to Lewmar Ocean Series 44 CST two speed winch in cockpit
    • Flag halyards on lower spreaders (2)
    • Masthead flag halyard with Harken micro block led to cleat on stern arch
    • Lewmar winch handle

 

  • Mechanical / Electrical / Plumbing:
    • Yanmar model 4JH4-TE; 75 HP turbocharged FWC engine (2,277 hours as of 2/1/2016)
    • Yanmar KM4A2 transmission
    • 3 blade fixed propeller
    • Aluminum fuel tank w/gauge
    • Racor fuel filter with water separator
    • Groco bronze engine intake strainer
    • Remote engine oil filter under galley bin for ease of removal/replacement
    • Engine compartment accessible through a variety of doors, covers and bins
    • Single lever engine control with Glendinning control cables
    • Lewmar Cobra geared direct-drive steering system with Edson 32” stainless steel wheel
    • Dual 30 amp dockside power system w/2 50’ shore power cords
    • Charles 5000 SP temperature compensating 60 amp battery charger
    • High output Balmar 100 amp alternator
    • Balmar Mx Charge MC-612 microprocessor-controlled voltage regulator
    • Balmar Digital Duo Charge monitor (provides appropriate charge level for each dedicated start battery and house bank)
    • Dedicated engine start battery (Lifeline AGM 12V 2700 T; new as of 9/2015)
    • Line voltage test switch on DC panel at nav station:
      • Position #1: house bank
      • Position #2: engine start battery
      • Position #3: generator start battery
  • Electrical DC grounding/bonding system for rig and underwater metals
  • Rule 3700 bilge pump
  • Bronze thru-bolted flanged seacocks on all thru hulls below waterline; ball valves on thru-hulls on boot stripe
  • Johnson Pump BilgeAlert bilge alarm with remote alarm panel at nav station
  • Frigoboat thermostatically controlled keel cooler refrigerator and freezer with electric drain pump and strainer
  • Fresh water system manifold with individual shutoff valves for various fixtures
  • ThermoCure fiberglass water tank and holding tank
  • Pressure water system with hot/cold water service in galley, both heads and flush-mounted transom hand sprayer
  • Dometic Sealand VacuFlush fresh water toilets in forward and aft heads
  • Seaward 11 gallon hot water tank (engine heat exchanger + 120v AC heater element)
  • SeaGull IV water filter servicing galley faucet and faucets in forward and aft head
  • AcuGauge Ultra monitor for water tank and holding tank
  • Gimbaled three burner Force 10 LPG oven/stovetop with remote solenoid and one 10 pound aluminum LPG tank located in lazarette storage locker
  • 120v AC microwave oven in galley

 

  • Miscellaneous:
    • Emergency tiller mounted in lazarette locker
    • 3 polished stainless steel deck-mounted dorades

Optional Equipment installed by IP Factory during production:

  • Maspower MP8M 8 kW AC generator (Yanmar 3TNV76-GMA engine) with dedicated start battery (Lifeline AGM 12V 2700 T; new as of 9/2015), sound shield enclosure, dedicated Racor fuel filter/water separator and remote engine panel at nav station; bronze thru-bolted flanged seacock in dustpan bin at base of companionway stairs (594 hours as of 2/1/2016)
  • Lewmar Ocean Series 54CST electric primary winches with individual switches mounted on cockpit coaming and breakers located under stbd. settee
  • Muir Cheetah 2500 electric anchor windlass with up/down foot switches on foredeck and  up/down manual control at helm
  • 250’ of 3/8” chain anchor rode with rope safety tail
  • Vetus BOW7512  6 HP bow thruster with joystick control at helm
  • Dometic Sealand T12 macerator pump and Y valve for overboard discharge of holding tank
  • Textalene 2” closed cell foam cockpit cushions (4) with red trim to match bootstripe
  • leather steering wheel cover
  • red boot stripe

Additional equipment added by owner or installed by owner’s contractors:

  • Polished stainless steel stern arch (an extraordinary work of art by the folks at KATO in Annapolis, MD):
    • integration of arch into stern rail with custom “wrap-around”  extension of rails to stanchion
    • 5 antenna risers
    • 3 solar panel mounts
    • wind generator mount
    • outboard motor lifting arm with block and tackle
    • dinghy davits with block and tackle
    • 4 stainless steel cleats
    • 2 lazarette deck reinforcing struts
    • stainless steel flag mount
    • stainless steel fishing rod holder

 

  • Electrical:
    • 8 Lifeline AGM 12v GPL-27T battery house bank (all new as of 9/2015) = 800 amp hour total capacity
    • Lifeline AGM 12v GPL-2700T engine start battery (new as of 9/2015)
    • Lifeline AGM 12v GPL-2700T generator start battery (new as of 9/2015)
    • Xantrex 1800 watt sine wave inverter mounted at nav station
    • Xantrex Link-Pro battery monitor mounted at nav station
    • 3 Kyocera KC130TM 130 watt solar panels mounted on arch with Blue Sky Solar Boost 3024iL duocharge controller mounted in lazarette compartment and Blue Sky Solar Boost IPN Pro-remote mounted at nav station
    • Eclectic Energy D400 wind generator mounted on arch; brake switch and heat dissipater mounted in lazarette compartment
    • ProMariner ProSafe1 polarity/galvanic isolator monitor mounted at nav station
    • Fireboy – Xintex CO monitor hard-wired and mounted at nav station
    • 12v DC cigarette lighter outlets installed at binnacle, galley and nav station for charging electronic devices
    • Orca Green Marine #LXTA-SP TriAnchor masthead LED tri-color/anchor/strobe light with photodiode (dusk to dawn) controller;  selector control switch mounted at nav station
    • LED courtesy lighting in cockpit and stern boarding area
    • LED flood light mounted on arch
    • LED replacement bulbs in running lights, foredeck light, recessed ceiling lighting and stainless steel reading lights throughout cabin
    • LED lighting in fridge and freezer with contact switches
    • 3 gimbaled three speed Caframo Sirocco DC fans; 2 mounted in salon + 1 mounted in galley/nav station
    • 4 Hella Turbo two speed DC fans; 1 mounted in forward head , 2 in forward stateroom, and 1 in aft stateroom
    • Energy saving Coastal Climate Control “Merlin” replacement controllers installed on both refrigerator and freezer Danfoss compressors (replaced standard Frigoboat Smart Speed controllers)

 

  • Communications and Entertainment:
    • ICOM IC-M504 VHF transceiver mounted at nav station
    • ICOM HM-162B VHF Command-mike mounted on binnacle
    • ICOM IC-M802 high frequency single sideband transceiver mounted at nav station
    • Insulated backstay SSB antenna
    • ICOM AT-140 automatic antenna tuner for SSB mounted in lazarette compartment
    • Copper foil ground plane for SSB antenna mounted in bin under aft stateroom berth
    • Pactor DR7400 P4 Dragon modem for sending/receiving e mail at sea via Sailmail, including wireless and hard wire USB connections for PC (requires annual Sailmail subscription)
    • Rogue Wave WiFi booster with dedicated antenna mounted on arch
    • Cradlepoint MBR1000 WiFi router
    • Samsung UN26C  26” LED television with swivel mount on salon bulkhead
    • Sony Blu Ray 3D disk player mounted in salon
    • Shakespeare 2020 omni-directional marine TV/FM antenna mounted at masthead
    • Alpine audiophile stereo sound system:
      • iDA-X100 head unit/receiver mounted at nav station
      • PDX-5 powered amplifiers rated at 300 watt RMS each (2)
      • SWR-M100  11” subwoofer mounted in custom enclosure
      • Two 7” midrange speakers and two dome tweeters mounted in salon
      • Two 6” all-weather speakers in cockpit
      • Apple Ipod/Iphone connecting cable

 

  • Raymarine/Navionics navigation equipment:
    • E-120 multifunction display at helm
    • E-80 multifunction display at nav station
    • Navionics cartography for USA and South America, including the Caribbean and Bahamas + CF cards and PC card reader for data backup and Raymarine software updates
    • PC/Sea Talk NMEA 0183 Interface
    • Raystar 126 GPS sensor with dedicated antenna mounted on arch
    • AIS 500 Class B transceiver with dedicated antenna mounted on arch
    • SR 100 Sirius real-time weather module with dedicated antenna mounted on arch (requires subscription)
    • RD424 24” 4kw analog Radome scanner with KATO stainless steel tubular mount on mast
    • ST 60+ knot/depth/wind indicators mounted above sea hood
    • R28170 short arm masthead wind speed/direction transducer new as of 1/25/2016 (warranted by Raymarine through 1/25/2019)
    • ST 6001 SmartPilot autopilot keypad control mounted on binnacle
    • E12207 hydraulic linear drive autopilot installed in removable custom protective enclosure in lazarette compartment
    • Wireless A18105 autopilot Smart Controller with instrument repeater mounted at nav station

 

  • Dometic/Cruiseair air conditioning/heat pump systems:
    • 16k BTU compressor unit with bronze thru-bolted seacock, strainer and main pump located behind and under port settee in salon; condensate drains to bilge
    • 10k BTU compressor unit located under berth in forward stateroom; condensate drains to forward head shower sump
    • Electrical and plumbing lines roughed-in for third AC unit in lazarette compartment to service aft stateroom (never needed…never added)
    • Cruiseair QHT thermostat/control keypads in salon and forward stateroom

 

  • Cockpit Canvas:
    • Full-height (6’-3”) dodger:
      • excellent visibility and ease of access and egress to/from companionway
      • 3 polycarbonate panels and 6 eisenglass panels
      • stainless steel safety grab bars on exterior sides of dodger near boarding gate
      • stainless steel safety grab bar on aft edge of dodger
    • Extra-wide (caprail to caprail) Sunbrella bimini and connecting panel for maximum shade and sun protection
    • Zippered/recessed full canvas cockpit enclosure with 7 eisenglass panels
    • Zippered Sunbrella shade panel covering lazarette deck
    • Zippered Sunbrella binnacle cover
    • Sunbrella outboard motor cover
    • Zippered sun awnings for P&S sides of bimini + lazarette deck
    • All cockpit canvas designed and constructed by Chris Ford @ Yacht Canvas in Annapolis; tubular stainless steel framework fabricated by KATO of Annapolis
    • Color for all cockpit canvas: Sunbrella “Toast” # 4628-0000

 

  • Sails/Rigging:
    • Highly visible reef points sewn on mainsail and genoa
    • Spinnaker/whisker pole halyard mounted at masthead
    • Removable chafe protector for furled staysail (eliminates chafing of staysail UV panel by jib sheets)
    • Dutchman boom brake/preventer with control line led to cockpit through standing block and Spinlock stopper mounted on stbd. caprail
    • 2 Spinlock stoppers mounted on mast for main halyard and jib halyard
    • 2 Spinlock PXR cam cleats for staysail control lines in cockpit

 

  • Plumbing:
    • Spectra Cape Horn Extreme 14 GPH manually operated DC water maker with twin diaphragm feed pumps and hard-wired Z Brane electronic membrane protection system
      • System can be operated with one (7 gph) or both (14 gph) feed pumps depending on power consumption/production preference
      • Clark pump unit mounted in lazarette compartment
      • Feed pumps, filters and bronze thru-bolted seacock/strainer mounted in storage bin beneath aft stateroom berth
    • fresh water and raw water deck wash-down system at bow including SHURflo Extreme Pro Blaster pump, 3-way valve and DC switch mounted in anchor locker; bronze thru-bolted seacock mounted in bin beneath sole in forward stateroom near mast

 

  • Safety and USCG Equipment:
    • ACR Global Fix Pro 406 MHz GPS EPIRB hard-wired to ship’s GPS for position fix
    • ISO-certified Winslow #606LSO six person liferaft in valise (stored on shelf in lazarette compartment)
    • MOM 8 man overboard module mounted on stern rail (inspected and re-certified 9/2015)
    • Tri Lens passive radar reflector with internal Luneberg lenses mounted on mast
    • Mustang Survival throwable Rescue Stick
    • Lifesling 3 with 150’ of line stowed in fiberglass canister mounted on stern rail
    • West Marine 70’ throw rope; safety yellow with SOLAS reflective tape
    • 8 Type II PFDs
    • 2 Type IV throwable cushions
at anchor, Francis Bay, St. Johns, USVI

Francis Bay, St. Johns, USVI

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Eric & Pat Fulmer

4125516250

ericfulmer1@gmail.com

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