2001 Island Packet 380

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Yacht Overview

Make: Island Packet

Model: 380

Year: 2001

Length: 38′

Located In: Charleston, SC

Engine/Fuel Type: diesel

Hull Material: Fiberglass

YW#: 8680197


The Island Packet 380 is a solid and reliable cruising boat built by skilled craftspeople in Largo, FL. It features a comfortable cockpit, wide side decks, a flexible cutter rig, high-quality components, a spacious interior with two cabins and one head, plenty of storage, and good fresh water and fuel capacity. Most importantly, the IP 380 is known for being sea kindly, thanks to its weight, and full keel with protected propeller and rudder.

Juliet is in excellent condition. She has benefited from being kept in Maine for most of her life, where she was used lightly on a seasonal basis, and stored on the hard under the cover of shrink wrap during the winters. Her systems and rigging were inspected seasonally during the re-commissioning process in the spring. The gelcoat topsides and deck look great and the interior joinery is in fantastic condition. 


  • New stainless-steel arch with heavy duty davits, solar mount, outboard davit, rod holder and spare mounts for a wind turbine and antennae (2020) 
  • 320 watts of solar (2020)
  • Replaced holding tank
  • North Sails Asymmetrical Cruising Spinnaker with sock (2020)
  • New halyards and main sheet (2020)
  • AIS transmitter and receiver (2020)
  • Lofrans Kobra windlass (2020)
  • New lifelines (2020)
  • Air conditioning and heat

Juliet is in the water in Charleston, SC, and ready to go!

Full Specs

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LOA: 39.58
LWL: 32
Beam: 13.17 ft
Maximum Draft: 4.58 ft
Displacement: 21,000 lb
Ballast: 9,000 lb
Dry Weight: 21,000 lb
Headroom: 6.42 ft


Engine Brand: Yanmar 4JH2BE
Engine Model: 4JH2BE
Engine/Fuel Type: diesel
Engine Power: 50|horsepower
Engine Type: Inboard


Fresh Water Tanks: 1 (170 Gallon)
Fuel Tanks: 1 (85 Gallon)
Holding Tanks: 1 ( )


Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 1


The spacious interior of the Island Packet 380 features two private cabins, a salon with two settees and a table, a nav desk, a U-shape galley, and a head with a separate shower.

A reverse cycle HVAC unit provides heat and AC and there is plenty of fresh air with five opening deck hatches, three deck ventilators, and eleven stainless steel opening ports. 

The forward owner's cabin has a large centerline island berth that is accessible from both sides. The aft half of the berth lifts, with the support of gas struts, to reveal a large storage area. There is a hanging locker and drawers for additional storage. 

The head is accessible from the owner's cabin and the salon. It features a stainless steel sink, large cabinet, and generous vanity with linen cabinet, folding shower enclosure, shower seat, full-length mirror, marine toilet, holding tank, and pressurized hot & cold water. There is a clever folding shower stall enclosure that stows against the aft bulkhead when not in use.

The salon on the Island Packet 380 is comfortable and functional. A smartly designed table can be secured against a bulkhead-mounted bottle and glass rack, or easily lowered to make a large dining area. With the table up there is plenty of room to move about in the salon. Both settees are full length for added sleeping space, with the portside bunk pulls out to provide a nice-sized double. Beautiful cabinetry and joiner-work in select hand-oiled teak, well-placed light fixtures and handrails, numerous opening ports, deck vents and hatches, and durable and easily maintained overhead and hull surfaces make this salon and the entire interior as attractive and as it is practical.

The nav station is at the aft end of the port side main salon settee and doubles as the vessel’s main control center. An electrical panel controls all AC and DC functions on the vessel. A chart drawer is provided underneath the settee while a handy drawer for navigator tools is accessed just above the table.