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2004 Island Packet 370

Noank, United States


Immaculately maintained by a professional marina, this original-owner Island Packet 370 is notable for its flag blue hull, one of just a few made at the factory. Everything has always been professionally maintained including regular coats of varnish on the exterior teak. Extras include tender with outboard, davits, two solar panels, the hoyt jib boom & self-tacking staysail, bow thruster, windlass, cockpit cushions, Plus Package interior and more. 2017 dock slip in Noank, CT transferable to the new owner.        

Basic Boat Info

Price: $215,000
Make: Island Packet
Model: 370
Year: 2004
Condition: Used
Category: Sail
Designer: Bob Johnson, N.A. & The IP Design Team
Construction: Fiberglass
Keel Type: Full Keel


Length: 37.0 ft
Length Overall: 37.83 ft
Length Of Deck: 35.42 ft
Waterline Length: 31.0 ft
Beam: 13.08 ft
Max Draft: 4.25 ft
Displacement: 21,000.0 lb
Cabin Headroom: 6.42 ft
Dry Weight: 21,000.0 lb
Ballast: 8,400.0 lb
Single Berths: 7

Engines / Speed

Engines: 1
  • Make: Yanmar 3JHE
  • Model: Yanmar 3JHE
  • Drive Type: Direct
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 56hp
  • Type: Inboard
  • Propeller Type: 3 Blade, Bronze
  • Year: 2004
  • Engine Hours: 2009
Cruising Speed: 7.00 kn
Propeller RPM: 3000
Maximum Speed: 7.50 kn


Fuel Tanks: 1
Fuel Tank Capacity: 75.0 gal
Water Tanks: 1
Water Tank Capacity: 160.0 gal
Holding Tank Count: 1
Holding Tank Capacity: 55.0 gal


Maximum Number Of Passengers: 10
Heads Count: 1
Drive Type: Direct
Boat Class: Cruisers


Jonathan Smith CPYB
Prestige Yacht Sales


Prestige Yacht Sales - Mystic Location
2 Washington Street
Mystic, Connecticut, US, 06355


This example has the Island Packet Plus Package interior which includes varnished interior woodwork, Corian counter surfaces, teak-and-oak cabin sole, and trim details, a $15,000 option when new.

The 370’s huge saloon is filled with handy stowage spots for charts, books, and other cruising necessities. The main table stows against the forward bulkhead when not in use. Dropping it down reveals a stowage rack for glassware and other dining accessories, included. The main table flips open to double in size to reach the starboard settee when entertaining more then a few. This example has an optional removable cocktail table made from birds-eye maple with inlaid IP logo serving the starboard settee when the full table is not needed. 

The galley is efficient, with lots of stowage.  Keel-cooled Frigoboat refrigeration in a cavernous top-loading fridge includes a modest freezer. This boat has the optional Cool Drawer, a separate front loading fridge that is ideal for beverages and other often-used items. There's a double stainless sink, Force Ten three-burner propane stove with oven and microwave. 

Forward, there’s a large island centerline double berth in the forward cabin, with good access from the sides eliminating the need to crawl over your sleeping partner.  Like everywhere, there are generous locker spaces.

The head has a separate shower stall and plenty of maneuvering space and doors to both the salon and the forward cabin.

Halogen lights throughout the boat are on dimmers, perfect for cruising at night or just setting the mood. 

The offset double in the aft cabin can be a suitable seaberth when fitted with a divider. This is a very large berth that tucks partially under the cockpit, but the angle maintains standing headroom throughout most of the space.  

The nav station is integrated into the aft cabin with a an opening pass-through to the main salon, allowing for excellent airflow and the accentuating the large space. An opening port between the nav station and cockpit should aid in communication to the helm. The breaker panel is just forward of the nav station in the mains salon behind a cabinet door. 


At the Helm:

Raymarine RL80C color display does duties as a display for GPS Chartplotter and radar with split screen or radar-overlay options.

C-Map Chart Chips for Long Island Sound, Cape Cod, Buzzards Bay & The Hudson River

Raymarine ST-6000 Autopilot

Icom VHF Remote Mic


Sidepower Bow Thruster Control


At Companionway:

ST-60 Speed

ST-60 Wind

ST-60 Depth


At Nav Station:

Raymarine RL70C Display for GPS & Radar

Icom IC-M504 VHF with DSC

Icom IC-M802 Single Sideband Radio with DSC


Raymarine ST600R  Remote Autopilot control 

Sails and Canvas

In-Mast Furling Mainsail - 2004

Rollerfurling Genoa - 2004

Roller Furling Staysail with self-tacking jiboom.

Canvas package includes:




Full Sunbrella Awning package includes:

Awning from mast to bow pulpit

Awning from mast, over boom to stern

These awnings provide protection from sun & rain allowing hatches to remain open when living at anchor for a while in the islands or elsewhere   

On Deck

On deck features include:

Integral bow platform with twin anchor rollers,

Watertight foredeck hatch for access to the chain locker

Electric Windlass 

Recessed foredeck

Full length stainless cabin top handrails,

cockpit stern rail seats

Side deck drains scuppered to a boot stripe outlet which keep the topsides streak-free

Wide cockpit coaming with two integrally molded stowage bins for active and spare LPG bottles each with a gasket lid

Two covered loose gear bins

Four open line stowage bins

Loose gear bin under a seat hatch

Two spacious sail lockers

Steps are molded into the transom

Telescoping swim ladder tucks away under a flush hatch

Stainless Davits

Two Solar Panels

Full set of cockpit cushions

Saloon-style companionway doors with screens and solid glass inserts

Safety and Handling Gear

35# CQR ANchor with 200' chain

Bruce Anchor with 50' Chain and 150' Nylon Rode 

Assortment of Docklines


Jack lines

Inflatable PFDs with Harnesses

Other lifejackets





2008 9' 4" Zodiac CFR 285 AC Inflatable Tender

2.5 HP Yamaha 4-Stroke Outboard

Davit Sling

Folding anchor with rode

Registered with proper documents 



Hull and deck are hand-laid triaxial knitted fiberglass; deck is cored with PolyCore, and hull is stiffened by an interior grid system. Hull-to-deck joint is bolted and bonded with urethane sealant. Deck hardware is through-bolted with aluminum backing plates.

Boat History

This is hull number 2 of the Island Packet 370 introduced in 2004.

During the model's debut, one of the largest Island Packet dealers in Rock Hall, Maryland ordered a few with colored hulls, some flag blue, some green, from the factory. As you may know, nearly all Island Packets come with beige hulls and Island Packet will void the warranty if a customer paints the hull a different color. This flag blue example was one of the few colored hulls authorized and built at the factory.

This was the actual boat used in a review of the new model in the April 2004 issue of Sailing magazine. A copy of this review will soon be available to interested customers and an original copy of the magazine will be included with ship's inventory.

While the hailing port is Chester, CT, the boat has been summered and wintered at one of the finest boat yards in Noank, Connecticut. The marina staff has professionally maintained the boat, doing everything the owner's have requested while the owners have always agreed to do the work the marina has suggested including regular coats of varnish to the exterior teak. The photos/video show the boat about two weeks prior to launch with the bottom prep almost complete. She will soon be in the water at her slip, rigged and ready to go. The marina would be happy to transfer the slip to the next owner if one wants a beautiful boat in a beautiful location with a top-notch service staff.  

This is a one-owner boat with the current owners names on the bronze plaque which hangs on the forward bulkhead. They have cruised her to the islands and back, as well as along the East coast and throughout Northeast waters. As such, she is equipped well for extended cruising. They are retiring from boating altogether, having recently moved to the Carolinas, so with the exception of some personal belongings, the boat will come equipped with most anything one could want for cruising including pots, pans, glassware, dishes, flatware, etc...  

Listed in late April, 2017, the owners intend to come north and do some cruising this summer if she does not sell first. 

Manufacturer Provided Description

The Island Packet 370 represents the combined talents of the engineering, design, sales, and marketing staffs at Island Packet, coupled with the constructive and enlightened feedback of our enthusiastic owners and dealers. Marking a notable evolution in the Island Packet family, the 370 offers refined keel shapes and a higher aspect ratio rig for increased performance, new rudder shaft and blade geometry for enhanced control under sail and power, and a watertight anchor locker bulkhead for added security. The accommodations also shine, with the ever popular island berth both fore and aft, a separate shower stall in the head, and an optional Plus Package that boasts a solid, bevel planked teak and oak sole, premium Corian countertops in the galley and head, and furniture quality satin finish varnish on all interior wood surfaces.

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.
Additional Contact Information

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