- Builder: Island Packet
- Designer: Bob Johnson
- LOA: 35'
- LWL: 30'
- Beam: 12'
- Displacement: 17,500
- Draft: 4' 6''
- Bridge Clearance: 48'
- Ballast: 8,000
- Engine(s): Yanmar Engine(s)
- HP: 35
- Engine Model: 3HM35F
- Hours: 1275
- Fuel: 48
- Water: 90
- Holding: 16
The tri-cabin layout is ideally suited for extended periods aboard. Doubles both forward & aft provide comfortable sleeping arrangements for both the captain and guests. Lots of dressing room and storage and snug sleeping underway. The spacious forward master stateroom provides a wide V-berth that was upgraded with three inches of foam by a professional seamstress in 2008, generous storage space, and a large cedar-lined hanging locker. Louvered doors to the head compartment and salon insure privacy and ventilation. Continuing aft, the head can be accessed from both the main salon and master stateroom. It features a separate shower stall complete with teak shower seat, curtain and bulkhead-mounted shower unit. There is also a spacious vanity with stainless steel sink and plenty of light and ventilation from the port and overhead hatch.
The large main salon includes facing settees, a fold-down bulkhead table (which hides a bottle and storage rack) and a pull-out berth on the port side to provide another double berth. The adjacent full-size nav. station faces aft for easy communication with the helm. It has a hinged top and storage tray underneath and a wide electronics cabinet outboard with large A/C and D/C control panel. A chart drawer is located under the settee for flat storage.
The huge wrap-around U-shaped galley is starboard aft. It is well-equipped, efficient and has a non-skid floor pattern to assure safe footing continuing out to the companionway. There is excellent access to the Yanmar engine on all sides with removable insulated panels on either side and behind the companionway ladder.
The aft stateroom is equally spacious with a large double berth, dressing seat, cedar-lined hanging locker and ample storage lockers. Two ports and an overhead hatch also provide excellent light and ventilation.
- Cushions and Cabin Sole in Good Condition
- New Marine Head in October 2006
- Snap In bug screens on all ports
- Zip up screen for companionway
- V-berth mattress upgraded in 2008
- V-berth custom fitted sheets
- 3 New Dorade vents in main cabin and forward berth Dec.2007
- Clock and Barometer
- DC fan in V Berth
- 16,000 BTU Digital Crusair AC system with three separate vents
- Custom teak air return vent beneath navigation station
There is plenty of counter space and storage. The non-skid on the sole works very well and makes sense. The overhead hatch is located underneath the dodger and can be kept open for ventilation, even in bad weather
- Double Stainless Steel Sinks
- Water Heater & Hot/Cold Pressure Water
- Three Burner Princess Seaward Propane Stove w/Oven & Guard Rail
- Adler Barbour Refrigerator/Freezer
- Custom knife and utensil holder
- Cutlery Drawer, Teak Dish Rack
- Expansive storage for dishes, pots, and pans
- Slide out trash bin
- New Updated Autohelm 4000 Autopilot/w remote
- New Raytheon C80 GPS/RadarChartplotter
- Autohelm Wind, Depth, & Speed
- Horizon Intrepid VHF
- Richie Compass
- Garmin GPS with Computer Output at Nav Station
- Portable AC/DC TV with VHS
- AM/FM Sirius ready Radio with Six Speakers Inside and Out
Electrical & Mechanical
Full 110V and 12 V systems. Breaker panel at nav station. Full interior lights and navigation lights.
The engine is located beneath the companionway. It is accessed forward by removing the stairs (an insulated box that gains access to the entire forward two-thirds of the unit), and aft in the stateroom by way of a removable panel. You can get at the oil fill, Raycor filter, secondary filters, starter, stuffing box - virtually everything that needs your regular attention with ease, and the boat's generous sump allows the bilge to remain flushed and clean. Thru-hulls are hefty bronze units fully flanged; well labeled and are easy to find.
- 3 Group 31 Batteries
- Battery Charger
- Balmar Alternator
- Numerous 110V Outlets
- 12V Outlets
- New Dockside Electrical Cable
- 3HM35F Yanmar Diesel (1275hrs.)
- Dripless Stuffing Box
- Rack & Pinion Steering
- New exhaust elbow Oct. 2008
- (3)Portable Fire Extinguishers
The cockpit is safe and secure with good high coamings for ocean work, and the seating is long enough to stretch out if you want to sleep under the stars. Safety harness pad eyes are installed at the factory. Primary winches are within reasonable reach of the helm, and line bins keep lines under control. The bow with its sturdy sprit is dedicated to anchoring: The hook is simple to store and deploy, the locker is deep, and the windlass in a nice location.
- New JSI 2006 custom dodger with removable clear panels and side curtains
- Lippincott Bimini with clear sail window
- Cockpit Cushions
- Simpson Lawrence Electric Windlass with separate breaker
- 45 lb.CQR Anchor with 30' chain and 120 ft. nylon rode
- 35 lb. Bruce Anchor with 30' chain and 200? 5/8" Three Strand Line
- Questus Self leveling radar mount on port backstay
- Lifesling system
- Cetol on all exterior teak wood surfaces
- New mainsail cover in December 2007
- Coast Guard Safety Package
- Kato Davits and Edson outboard motor bracket
- Avon 10.5 Dinghy (11 yrs. old)
- Cockpit Shower
- Magma Propane Grill w/Bracket
- Custom Mahogany Cockpit Table on Binnacle with cup and binocular holders
- (3)Fenders & (6)Docklines
- Portable Handheld Horn
Sails and Rigging
KOKOPELLI is cutter rigged with an extruded aluminum keel stepped mast and boom. She has all lines led aft for safety along with single line reefing for the main. The cutter rig offers a wide range of easy to handle sail combinations.
- NEW! Doyle Stackpack Mainsail
- Esprit 135% Headsail on Harken Roller Furling
- Esprit Staysail on Harken Roller Furling
- Two speed, self tailing primary jib winches
- Single speed, self tailing primary main & port winches
- 4:1 Mainsheet Traveler Control
- Mid Boom Sheeting
- Manual Boom Vang
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.