BRAND NEW LISTING - IP FACTORY REFIT 2014 - VERY,VERY NICE!!! Carried Away is a MUST SEE!!!!
Carried Away, a 1991 Island Packet 35 (formerly Zorya) was refitted in 2014*. The Refitting was done by Embree Marine in St.Petersburg, FL and supervised by Island Packet personnel. The mast was removed and the aluminum Deck Collar was cleaned and painted. Refitting included a thorough Standing Rigging inspection and NEW Stainless Steel chainplates were installed.
*The Complete List of New Equipment installed during the Refit is extensive and are all marked in this Listing as new in 2014;
The Island Packet 35 was manufactured from 1987 to 1994. She has the biggest Galley and Head with a separate Shower Area of any comparable boat that I know of. She is a real cruising boat with lots of elbow room and plenty of storage yet she performs surprisingly well with a high aspect cutter rig and a longer waterline than most cruising boats of her size.
You gotta see this one!!!
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The IP 35 has a private Vee Berth with a private entry to the Head. There is a Hanging Locker to starboard of entry, shelves along both hull sides, opening hatch and 2 opening ports.
The very roomy Head follows aft on port with a seperate shower area, commode, sink and lots of storage. It is well ventillated with both an opening hatch and port. The Holding Tank was replaced with a Polyethylene, 18 Gallon Tank in 2014
Next aft is the large and comfortable Saloon with facing settees (port side makes a double berth) and a table with a large fold out leaf that stores against the forward bulkhead when not in use. There are shelves above the settees and a lot more storage behind and under the seating.
The aft facing Nav Station is on port with a nice sized desk and additional storage plus both the 12 Volt and 110 Volt Electrical Panels within easy reach.
The huge wrap around Galley is across on starboard with deep double sinks, 3 burner, propane, gimballed stove/oven, large refrigerator/freezer and tons of counter and storage space including very clever dinnerware storage.
A private and very comfortable Quarter Berth sits behind the Nav Station on Port with a hanging locker and a storage cabinet at the entry. There is plenty of room to dress and a comfortable seat inside that entrance.
The centerline Companionway has six steps up to the Cockpit over the Engine Compartment which has easy access on both sides and front. The drive train is fully accessable under the Quarterberth cushions.
The Cockpit is long and large enough for safe and comfortable sailing as well as entertaining and napping. At the center of the transom there is a swim ladder. A deep lazarette on port and a shallow one over the Quarterberth on port provide good storage There are also a couple of coaming lockers for the sailing items you need close at hand.
The IP 35 is a safe and comfortable sailing yacht.
The Island Packet 35 is equipped with a 12 volt Ship's and 2 - 120 volt Shorepower Electrical Systems w/one dedicated to the AC/Heat Pump System. Carried Away's Bonding System was checked and rebounded in 2014
"Carried Away" has a keel stepped, high aspect cutter rig with a self tacking staysail boom. Both headsails are on Harken Roller Furling Units. All lines are led aft except Headsail Halyards which are hung on mast & worked only when putting sails on and off
The 35 has a solid glass hull with an integral Full Foil Keel and Bow Sprit. Her Deck is synthetically cored. A Spade Rudder hangs behind the keel with a strong connecting piece between rudder and keel that protects both from lines and debris. The Hull is protected by a Teak Rub Rail with SS Striker