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2010 Island Packet Estero

  • 36 ft
  • Cruiser
  • San Diego, CA, US

Yacht price :

$224,000

Overview

Offering spirited sailing performance with exceptional ease of use, unrivaled safety and seakeeping, benchmark construction quality, plus the livability, comfort and value that have earned Island Packet Yachts a worldwide reputation as America’s Cruising Yacht Leader™, the Estero represents the best of everything learned in the company’s nearly forty year year history. 

The Estero offers all of the quality, comforts and capabilities synonymous with Island Packet, with an increased emphasis on ease of use and innovative new features. A fully roller furling and self-tending sloop rig provides great performance with simple controls, making sailing easier and more enjoyable than ever.

Please contact the owners exclusive agent Ian Bossenger to schedule a showing.

619 990 8501

ian@californiayachtsales.com

 

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

Builder/Designer

Builder: Island Packet Yachts
Designer: Bob Johnson, N.A. & The IP Design Team
 

Dimensions

LOA: 36 ft LWL: 31 ft 5 in Beam: 12 ft 4 in
Max Draft: 4 ft Cabin Headroom: 6 ft 6 in Total: 708 ft²
Ballast: 7300 lb Displacement: 18800 lb Number of Heads: 1
 

Engines

Engine #1

Engine Make: Yanmar Engine Model: Yanmar 3JH4E Primary Engines: Inboard
Engine Year: 2010 Hours: 1112 Power: 40 hp
 

Tankage

Fuel Tanks Capacity: 60 gal Fresh Water Tanks Capacity: 120 gal Holding Tank Capacity: 35 gal
 

Manufacturer Provided Description

The Estero has been created in direct response to market demands for a smaller Island Packet model that offers all of the quality, comforts and capabilities synonymous with our larger yachts, with increased emphasis on ease of use and innovative features. Our decision to use a name for this new model (vs. a number) was made in part to reflect the evolutionary change the Estero represents in our 30 year history.The Estero features a fully roller furling and self-tending sloop rig. With the self vanging feature of the Hoyt boom equipped jib, both sails provide maximum performance and control on all points. Sailing upwind will be particularly close winded thanks to the tight sheeting of the jib, and tacking requires no more crew activity than turning the helm. Downwind performance is also optimized since the main and jib can be set "wing-and-wing". This is a simple and versatile rig that is easily set, reefed, furled and trimmed from the comfort and security of the cockpit. There is also enough room forward of the jib stay to fly a code-zero or other (owner provided) larger headsail if desired for added performance in light conditions.

Topside

Steering is by a geared rack and pinion system with a platform and keyway provided to facilitate an (owner/dealer) autopilot installation. The teak helm seat doubles as a gasketed hatch that covers an LPG bottle storage area with room for the standard tank plus a spare. Two sternrail seats are also included, plus side deck lifeline gates and a sternrail gate. A molded fiberglass and teak stern boarding/swim platform is available that includes a pull-out swim ladder and steps to the cockpit.

Accomodations

The Estero's interior arrangements represent a departure from past Island Packet designs with its main saloon situated forward of the mast in an "open-U" configuration. The central drop-leaf table with two storage bins keeps this area open for socializing or, with drop leaves extended, makes for comfortable dining with guests. Each settee is suitable for use as a single berth, or with the table dropped to berth height and an optional set of filler cushions this area makes into either one or two double berths. Because tanks for water, fuel and holding are located below the cabin sole, generous storage is provided elsewhere throughout the interior including under the seat and berth cushions and behind the forward settee backrest.

 

Amidships, a U-shaped galley to port provides a host of desirable features. Deep polished double stainless steel sinks, gimbaled 2-burner range with oven, ample storage above and below countertops, plus a dish rack, cutlery drawers, pull-out trash bin and a microwave oven should please weekend sailors as well as those making extended cruises. Large, well insulated iceboxes are built with twin gasketed and latching countertop lids. A deep drawer below the icebox and a locker under the stove hold larger items as well. In recognition that some owners will choose to spend longer periods aboard the Estero, an optional package that includes refrigeration and freezer systems with an upgraded electrical system is available.

Opposite the galley to starboard is the spacious head compartment with separate shower stall and seat. The vanity with sink has several storage areas, plus additional room is available in a cabinet outboard. The shower area, provided with overhead hooks, may double as a wet locker when needed. Aft of the head and to starboard of the companionway is the quarter berth cabin and navigation station. A pocket door on an overhead track closes off this area when desired, and the hinged chart table drops to provide an open area forward of the berth. Ample cabinetry is provided for the master electric panels plus a variety of owner/dealer installed electronic items including a typical chartplotter. A tilt-out chart storage bin is located below the nav table, and a bureau and shelf are built-in outboard of the large berth. Aft of the galley and to port of the companionway is the private owner's stateroom featuring a large double berth with innerspring mattress, hanging locker, bureau, shelf and a full length mirror. Near the companionway is a courtesy light switch to illuminate the companionway ladder and electrical and battery panels. Crib boards stow conveniently in a nearby rack. Excellent engine access is provided with a removable panel behind the companionway ladder and through a hinged door and lift-off cover in the port stateroom. Extensive sound insulation and gasketing minimizes sound levels. A teak grate with dustpan at the base of the companionway ladder also provides bilge access, and sole surfaces in the galley, nav area and head are molded slip resistant patterns for safety and ease of maintenance. The forward saloon has a varnished teak and holly sole, and the aft port stateroom is carpeted with a marine berber. Cabinetry, trim and bulkheads are a combination of varnished hardwoods and high pressure laminates that make for a bright, attractive and functional interior consistent with Island Packet's high standards. Generous tankage includes a heavy wall, marine aluminum fuel tank and Thermo-Cure vinylester resin infused water and holding tanks.

  • Mahogany Interior
  • "Cream" ultra leatherette
  • (6) fans throughout the boat
  • Clarion CMD5  AM / FM / CD  with speakers in salon and cockpit
  • 6'5" Headroom
  • (10) opening ports
  • (5) hatches
  • (2) dorade vents
  • Tank Monitor system 

Galley

A "U" shaped galley is to port of the companionway.   Great for working underway or on the hook.   Centrally located , great for "Chief" staying in touch with everyone and easy to pop up and get that "cold one"  !   Ample storage and working counter space.

  • (2) separate refrigeration / freezer units ...  Set the temp and have a full refrigeration and a full freezer OR 2 refrigeration units !
  • Pressure hot / cold water
  • Deep double SS sinks
  • Force 9 (2) burner gimbaled stove and oven
  • Water tank ... 120 gal

Hull and Underbody

The Estero hull design continues the evolution of the Full Foil Keel, which provides the benefits of moderate draft, superior stability, protected rudder and prop, and integral keel construction that eliminates bolts and forms a double bottom with the fully encapsulated lead ballast. The rudder geometry now incorporates a fixed skeg forward of the shaft to enhance steering control under both sail and power.

 

The hull of the Island packet is molded as a single unit of fiberglass laminates consisting of alternating layers of hand laid mat and triaxial roving saturated with vinylester and polyester resin.  The triaxial roving provides structural benefits compared to convention woven materials. 

  • Full Keel  with a draft of 4'
  • Skeg hung rudder 

Bottom Paint .. June 2017   

 

Deck

On deck, a number of features merit comment. Sidedecks are recessed more than in past Island Packet designs, forming deeper bulwarks over the full length of the deck. The hull-to-deck joint is an overlapping type (commonly referred to as a "shoe-box") combining an adhesive bond between the deck and an inward hull flange with closely spaced bolts through the deck and hull around the yacht's entire perimeter. Cap rails and bowsprit/anchor platform are finished with textured gelcoat and a bootstripe-matching color vinyl rubrail with a polished stainless steel striker for low maintenance. The integrally molded bowsprit has our patented self-stowing Sea Safe anchor roller with ample room for a second anchor roller and an electric windlass. Immediately aft of the bowsprit is a deck hatch providing access to the large divided forepeak for anchor rodes with room for an assortment of dock lines and fenders. The cabin trunk features ten opening ports, five overhead hatches and two dorade vents to ensure plenty of light and ventilation. All sail control lines are lead aft on the cabin top through sheet stoppers to two winches at the forward end of the cockpit. Line bins in the coamings keep control lines tidy and always at hand. Cockpit seats over seven feet long with ergonomic seat backs allow comfortable daysailing with a crowd or stretching out for a nap when passagemaking. Newly designed seat hatches feature gasketed lids with the port seat hatch accessing a storage tray and the starboard side opening to a large locker.

 

  • Electric Maxwell RC 10 Vertical Windlass
  • Double bow roller
  • Plow with approx 200' chain
  • Delta  with approx 30' chain / 200' rode

Electronics

Electronics

 

  • Raymarine ST Knot - Depth - Windspeed / point
  • Raymarine ST6000   Autopilot
  • ICOM M422 VHF radio

Electrical

  • (3) Group 27 Lead Acid  House Batteries   ( Jan 18, 2016)
  • (1) Group 27 Lead Acid  Starter Battery     ( Jan 18, 2016)
  • Charles Bellmar Dual Charger
  • WM 400 Inverter wired in at Nav panel
  • (2) Kyocera Solar Panels
  • Blue Sky Controller and Monitor

Sails and Rigging

The Island Packet Estero has a single spreader , keel stepped and  fractional rig, with all lines leading aft to the cockpit to rope clutches .

 

  • (2) Lewmar ST #30 cabin top winches
  • (2) Lewmar St #16 primary winches
  • 2015 IN MAST furling main with vertical battens
  • 2015 Furling jib 95%
  • HOYT BOOM self tending jib system

Sail Area


Working Sail Area : 708.00 sq ft

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.

 

Specifications

Basic Information

Manufacturer:
Island Packet
Model:
Estero
Year:
2010
Category:
Sail
Condition:
Used
Location:
San Diego, CA, US
Available for sale in U.S. waters:
Yes
Vessel Name:
Paradiso
Boat Type:
Cruiser
Hull Material:
Fiberglass
Hull Type:
Hull Color:
Designer:
Bob Johnson
Flag of Registry:

Dimensions & Weight

Length:
36 ft - 10.97 meter
LOA:
36 ft - 10.97 meter
Beam:
12 ft 4 in - 3.76 meter
Draft - max:
4 ft - 1.22 meter
Bridge Clearance:
-
Dry Weight:
18800 lbs

Engine

Make:
Yanmar
Model:
3JH4E
Engine(s):
1
Hours:
1112
Cruise Speed:
-
Range:
-
Joystick Control:
No
Engine Type:
Inboard
Drive Type:
Direct Drive
Fuel Type:
Diesel
Horsepower:
40 (Individual), 40 (combined)
Max Speed:
-

Tank Capacities

Fuel Tank:
60 gallons - 1 tank(s)
Fresh Water Tank:
120 gallons - 1 tank(s)
Holding Tank:
35 gallons - 1 tank(s)

Accommodations

Total Cabins:
3
Total Berths:
2
Total Sleeps:
6
Total Heads:
1
Captains Cabin:
No
Crew Cabins:
-
Crew Berths:
-
Crew Sleeps:
-
Crew Heads:
-

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Descriptions

Offering spirited sailing performance with exceptional ease of use, unrivaled safety and seakeeping, benchmark construction quality, plus the livability, comfort and value that have earned Island Packet Yachts a worldwide reputation as America’s Cruising Yacht Leader™, the Estero represents the best of everything learned in the company’s nearly forty year year history. 

The Estero offers all of the quality, comforts and capabilities synonymous with Island Packet, with an increased emphasis on ease of use and innovative new features. A fully roller furling and self-tending sloop rig provides great performance with simple controls, making sailing easier and more enjoyable than ever.

Please contact the owners exclusive agent Ian Bossenger to schedule a showing.

619 990 8501

ian@californiayachtsales.com

 

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

Builder/Designer

Builder: Island Packet Yachts
Designer: Bob Johnson, N.A. & The IP Design Team
 

Dimensions

LOA: 36 ft LWL: 31 ft 5 in Beam: 12 ft 4 in
Max Draft: 4 ft Cabin Headroom: 6 ft 6 in Total: 708 ft²
Ballast: 7300 lb Displacement: 18800 lb Number of Heads: 1
 

Engines

Engine #1

Engine Make: Yanmar Engine Model: Yanmar 3JH4E Primary Engines: Inboard
Engine Year: 2010 Hours: 1112 Power: 40 hp
 

Tankage

Fuel Tanks Capacity: 60 gal Fresh Water Tanks Capacity: 120 gal Holding Tank Capacity: 35 gal
 

Manufacturer Provided Description

The Estero has been created in direct response to market demands for a smaller Island Packet model that offers all of the quality, comforts and capabilities synonymous with our larger yachts, with increased emphasis on ease of use and innovative features. Our decision to use a name for this new model (vs. a number) was made in part to reflect the evolutionary change the Estero represents in our 30 year history.The Estero features a fully roller furling and self-tending sloop rig. With the self vanging feature of the Hoyt boom equipped jib, both sails provide maximum performance and control on all points. Sailing upwind will be particularly close winded thanks to the tight sheeting of the jib, and tacking requires no more crew activity than turning the helm. Downwind performance is also optimized since the main and jib can be set "wing-and-wing". This is a simple and versatile rig that is easily set, reefed, furled and trimmed from the comfort and security of the cockpit. There is also enough room forward of the jib stay to fly a code-zero or other (owner provided) larger headsail if desired for added performance in light conditions.

Topside

Steering is by a geared rack and pinion system with a platform and keyway provided to facilitate an (owner/dealer) autopilot installation. The teak helm seat doubles as a gasketed hatch that covers an LPG bottle storage area with room for the standard tank plus a spare. Two sternrail seats are also included, plus side deck lifeline gates and a sternrail gate. A molded fiberglass and teak stern boarding/swim platform is available that includes a pull-out swim ladder and steps to the cockpit.

Accomodations

The Estero's interior arrangements represent a departure from past Island Packet designs with its main saloon situated forward of the mast in an "open-U" configuration. The central drop-leaf table with two storage bins keeps this area open for socializing or, with drop leaves extended, makes for comfortable dining with guests. Each settee is suitable for use as a single berth, or with the table dropped to berth height and an optional set of filler cushions this area makes into either one or two double berths. Because tanks for water, fuel and holding are located below the cabin sole, generous storage is provided elsewhere throughout the interior including under the seat and berth cushions and behind the forward settee backrest.

 

Amidships, a U-shaped galley to port provides a host of desirable features. Deep polished double stainless steel sinks, gimbaled 2-burner range with oven, ample storage above and below countertops, plus a dish rack, cutlery drawers, pull-out trash bin and a microwave oven should please weekend sailors as well as those making extended cruises. Large, well insulated iceboxes are built with twin gasketed and latching countertop lids. A deep drawer below the icebox and a locker under the stove hold larger items as well. In recognition that some owners will choose to spend longer periods aboard the Estero, an optional package that includes refrigeration and freezer systems with an upgraded electrical system is available.

Opposite the galley to starboard is the spacious head compartment with separate shower stall and seat. The vanity with sink has several storage areas, plus additional room is available in a cabinet outboard. The shower area, provided with overhead hooks, may double as a wet locker when needed. Aft of the head and to starboard of the companionway is the quarter berth cabin and navigation station. A pocket door on an overhead track closes off this area when desired, and the hinged chart table drops to provide an open area forward of the berth. Ample cabinetry is provided for the master electric panels plus a variety of owner/dealer installed electronic items including a typical chartplotter. A tilt-out chart storage bin is located below the nav table, and a bureau and shelf are built-in outboard of the large berth. Aft of the galley and to port of the companionway is the private owner's stateroom featuring a large double berth with innerspring mattress, hanging locker, bureau, shelf and a full length mirror. Near the companionway is a courtesy light switch to illuminate the companionway ladder and electrical and battery panels. Crib boards stow conveniently in a nearby rack. Excellent engine access is provided with a removable panel behind the companionway ladder and through a hinged door and lift-off cover in the port stateroom. Extensive sound insulation and gasketing minimizes sound levels. A teak grate with dustpan at the base of the companionway ladder also provides bilge access, and sole surfaces in the galley, nav area and head are molded slip resistant patterns for safety and ease of maintenance. The forward saloon has a varnished teak and holly sole, and the aft port stateroom is carpeted with a marine berber. Cabinetry, trim and bulkheads are a combination of varnished hardwoods and high pressure laminates that make for a bright, attractive and functional interior consistent with Island Packet's high standards. Generous tankage includes a heavy wall, marine aluminum fuel tank and Thermo-Cure vinylester resin infused water and holding tanks.

  • Mahogany Interior
  • "Cream" ultra leatherette
  • (6) fans throughout the boat
  • Clarion CMD5  AM / FM / CD  with speakers in salon and cockpit
  • 6'5" Headroom
  • (10) opening ports
  • (5) hatches
  • (2) dorade vents
  • Tank Monitor system 

Galley

A "U" shaped galley is to port of the companionway.   Great for working underway or on the hook.   Centrally located , great for "Chief" staying in touch with everyone and easy to pop up and get that "cold one"  !   Ample storage and working counter space.

  • (2) separate refrigeration / freezer units ...  Set the temp and have a full refrigeration and a full freezer OR 2 refrigeration units !
  • Pressure hot / cold water
  • Deep double SS sinks
  • Force 9 (2) burner gimbaled stove and oven
  • Water tank ... 120 gal

Hull and Underbody

The Estero hull design continues the evolution of the Full Foil Keel, which provides the benefits of moderate draft, superior stability, protected rudder and prop, and integral keel construction that eliminates bolts and forms a double bottom with the fully encapsulated lead ballast. The rudder geometry now incorporates a fixed skeg forward of the shaft to enhance steering control under both sail and power.

 

The hull of the Island packet is molded as a single unit of fiberglass laminates consisting of alternating layers of hand laid mat and triaxial roving saturated with vinylester and polyester resin.  The triaxial roving provides structural benefits compared to convention woven materials. 

  • Full Keel  with a draft of 4'
  • Skeg hung rudder 

Bottom Paint .. June 2017   

 

Deck

On deck, a number of features merit comment. Sidedecks are recessed more than in past Island Packet designs, forming deeper bulwarks over the full length of the deck. The hull-to-deck joint is an overlapping type (commonly referred to as a "shoe-box") combining an adhesive bond between the deck and an inward hull flange with closely spaced bolts through the deck and hull around the yacht's entire perimeter. Cap rails and bowsprit/anchor platform are finished with textured gelcoat and a bootstripe-matching color vinyl rubrail with a polished stainless steel striker for low maintenance. The integrally molded bowsprit has our patented self-stowing Sea Safe anchor roller with ample room for a second anchor roller and an electric windlass. Immediately aft of the bowsprit is a deck hatch providing access to the large divided forepeak for anchor rodes with room for an assortment of dock lines and fenders. The cabin trunk features ten opening ports, five overhead hatches and two dorade vents to ensure plenty of light and ventilation. All sail control lines are lead aft on the cabin top through sheet stoppers to two winches at the forward end of the cockpit. Line bins in the coamings keep control lines tidy and always at hand. Cockpit seats over seven feet long with ergonomic seat backs allow comfortable daysailing with a crowd or stretching out for a nap when passagemaking. Newly designed seat hatches feature gasketed lids with the port seat hatch accessing a storage tray and the starboard side opening to a large locker.

 

  • Electric Maxwell RC 10 Vertical Windlass
  • Double bow roller
  • Plow with approx 200' chain
  • Delta  with approx 30' chain / 200' rode

Electronics

Electronics

 

  • Raymarine ST Knot - Depth - Windspeed / point
  • Raymarine ST6000   Autopilot
  • ICOM M422 VHF radio

Electrical

  • (3) Group 27 Lead Acid  House Batteries   ( Jan 18, 2016)
  • (1) Group 27 Lead Acid  Starter Battery     ( Jan 18, 2016)
  • Charles Bellmar Dual Charger
  • WM 400 Inverter wired in at Nav panel
  • (2) Kyocera Solar Panels
  • Blue Sky Controller and Monitor

Sails and Rigging

The Island Packet Estero has a single spreader , keel stepped and  fractional rig, with all lines leading aft to the cockpit to rope clutches .

 

  • (2) Lewmar ST #30 cabin top winches
  • (2) Lewmar St #16 primary winches
  • 2015 IN MAST furling main with vertical battens
  • 2015 Furling jib 95%
  • HOYT BOOM self tending jib system

Sail Area


Working Sail Area : 708.00 sq ft

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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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/her agents, or his/her surveyors, to instigate 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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