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Island Packet 350 1998 All Boats
Island Packet 350 1998 All Boats
Island Packet 350 1998 All Boats
Island Packet 350 1998 All Boats
Island Packet 350 1998 All Boats
Island Packet 350 1998 All Boats
Island Packet 350 1998 All Boats



Island Packet 350 Boats Review and Specs

Year: 1998  
Manufacturer: Bon Yachts
Price: EUR 149,500
(US$199,074)  





The 350 is designed and built to ABS standards; it’s also CE certified Category A (unrestricted offshore use) for the European market. All of this points to a meticulous, stringent set of construction parameters. The hull is built of solid triaxial fiberglass using vinylester in the outer layers to curb water penetration, then polyester behind that. It is laminated by hand in conjunction with a pressure-fed resin impregnator, and stiffened with an integrated molded-in structural grid. Island Packet’s proprietary gel coating system (PolyClad) allows the company to offer an unprecedented 10-year limited warranty against blistering. The deck is cored with rot-resistant PolyCore foam to retard water penetration; fittings on deck sit atop raised platforms molded into the part and are backed by integral aluminum plates. Typically, attention to detail at the tooling stage is superb and that is why components such as this can be rendered so professionally.One construction item is of special note. The stainless chain plates are welded to an L-shaped flange that sits beneath and interlocks with the in-turned fiberglass hull flange along the rail. Below this, the extension of each chain plate is secured further by long strands of unidirectional fiberglass that fan out and are glassed into the hull all the way down to well below the waterline. The result is a chain-plate assembly that successfully integrates rigging loads with the monococque structure of the hull and deck and ties virtually the entire boat together with stainless steel and uni glass. A very reassuring detail.Newsworthy belowdecks is the berth treatment in the forward and after staterooms. Doubles in both locations have been pushed up against the sides of the hull “Pullman style” which makes for very creative use of space in what is essentially 35 feet of boat. The arrangement opens up dressing room and storage, and allows for snug sleeping underway with the deployment of lee cloths. The forward quarters feature fore-and-aft bedding, the after quarters athwartship bedding, though the mattress there is big enough to permit fore-and-aft use at sea.The vessel’s single head is forward on the starboard side with doors both to the saloon and to the stateroom beyond. It is one of those great Island Packet heads, with a friendly wraparound counter that really keeps you on the seat, and a shower that can be curtained off. The main cabin with 6’4″ headroom features a longitudinal settee on the port side that turns into a nav station at the after bulkhead, opposed by an L-shaped settee on the starboard side at the dinette. Both of these locations could be used for sleeping if necessary. The galley is tucked in to starboard; it’s a U-shaped element with double sinks and a rather large reefer. Island Packet has provided molded-in LPG storage for two 10-pound tanks beneath the deck just outboard, which allows for a short propane pipe run to the stove.The mechanical and systems scenario is notable for its clean installation and careful organization. The engine is located beneath the companionway; flexible mounts are carried by a fiberglass grid within which are laminated two 4″ by 1/2″ by 24″ steel bars. It is accessed forward by removing the stair element (an insulated box, really, that gains access to the entire forward two-thirds of the unit), and aft in the stateroom beneath the berth 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 – without becoming uncivil, and the boat’s generous sump allows the bilge to remain flushed and clean. Thru-hulls are hefty bronze units fully flanged; they are labeled with big tags and are easy to find.Fuel (50 gal.), water (100 gal.) and holding (30 gal.) tanks are thick-gauge welded aluminum, all installed below the cabin sole to kee


Fuel 
Hull Material 
Hull Shape 
Beam 
Draft Board/Drive Up 
Engine Make 
Engine Model 
Engine Year 
Fuel Capacity 
Length at Waterline 
Length Overall 
Cabin Headroom 
Number of Heads 
Holding Tank Size 
Water Capacity 
Engine Hours 
Number of Engines 
Max Bridge Clearance 
Diesel
Fiberglass
Displacement
12 ft
4 ft 3 in
Yanmar
Yanmar
1998
49 gal
29 ft 4 in
36 ft 10 in
6 ft 6 in
1
29.85 gal
380 gal
1850
1
47 ft 11 in


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