42′ Island Packet 420

Priced to Sell

$189,000

Inquire

YEAR

2001

LENGTH

42 ft

Engine/Fuel

Single Diesel

Hull Material

Fiberglass

BVI Yacht Sales Overview

Island Packet 420 ‘Cajun Moon’

An extremely well outfitted and cared for example of one of the most unique cruising boats to be produced by this builder to date.   A forward masters cabin like no other, a cockpit comfortable for lounging at anchor and safe for working the ship at sea, top quality construction and sensible ergonamic layout to systems and spaces make this a super special cruising boat, you would be lucky to be able to say is yours.


Island Packet builds distinctive, full-keel boats that have almost a cult following. They’re solid glass, heavy cruisers that will get you there in safety and comfort.This sturdy, aft cockpit boat boasts good water and fuel tankage and a spacious two cabin, two head layout with perhaps the best master stateroom found on any boat under about 45′ today. 


“Cajun Moon” is on the hard at Nanny Cay Marina.  I personally went to Puerto Rico recently to deliver this vessel to BVI and found all in good working order, a simple and easy to single hand boat with three roller furling sails, a good autopilot and a great layout for moving around easily onboard under sail or at moorings.   She is fully equipped to take off on a cruise right now and is surprisingly fast both under power and sailing too.   Outfitted with brand new standing rigging, glistening brand new topside gelcoat, all systems in great working order and completely ready to go now this is likely the best offering on the market for an IP420 today. 

More Yacht Specs

 

  • HULL MATERIAL- Hand laid glass reinforced plastic (GRP)
  • COLOR- Ivory Gelcoat
  • DECK AND CABIN TOP- Composite fiberglass using ‘polycore’ core. There is a molded non-skid surface. 
  • BULKHEADS- Teak faced marine plywood.
  • KEEL- Full integral keel. 12,000lb of encapsulated internal ballast.
  • RUDDER- Stainless steel shoe supported rudder internally reinforced with stainless steel and constructed in GRP with closed cell foam core.
  • THROUGH HOLE FITTINGS (Below water line)-  Bronze skin fittings and bronze ball type seacocks.

     

     

    • DIESEL- 160 gallons in one aluminum sub-sole tank forward of the engine.
    • WATER TANK- 250 gallons in a single aluminum sub-sole tank.
    • HOLDING TANK- 60 gallon sub-sole tank forward lifted with a ‘Jabsco’ macerator pump.
    • COOKING GAS- 2 x 10lb aluminum in a dedicated deck locker – starbord side.
    • MARINE SANITATION DEVICES- 2 ‘Raritan’ double action piston type manual marine toilets.
    • HOT WATER- 6 gallon ‘Sraward’ stainless steel accumulator tank heated via the main engine heat exchanger or with a 110-v element. 
    • PRESSURIZED FRESH WATER SYSTEM- ‘Shurflo’ 4.0 GPM / 45 PSI diaphragm type pressure pump with a accumulator pump.
    • DECK WASH- ‘ Jabsco’ 4.5 GPH / 45 PSI diaphragm type pump. 
    • DE-WATERING SYSTEMS- Electric: 1 x ‘Rule 3700’ submersible bilge pump fitted with an automatic float switch with a manual override

                          HIGH WATER ALARM : Yes
                          Manual : 1 x ‘ Whale Gusher Titan’ bilge pump in the cockpit.

    • SHOWER SUMP PUMPS- 2 x ‘ Jabsco’ 4.5 GPM diaphragm type pump.

       

       

      • Keel Stepped Cutter Rigged with Roller Furling on all three sails. 
      • Aluminum Spinnaker pole.
      • Spring-loaded aluminum vang. 
      • 1 x 19 stainless steel standing rigging (new 2018).
      • Braided polyester.
      •  2 x ‘Lewmar 54’ two speed self tailing winches.
      • 2 x  ‘Lewmar 44’ two speed self tailing winches.
      • 3 x  ‘Lewmar 16’ single speed self tailing winches.
      • 2 X  ‘Lewmar 24’ two speed self tailing winches. + 1 X  ‘Lewmar 8’ single speed self tailing winch on mast.
      • ‘Harken’ furling drum and foil on each of the fore stays.
      • Stainless steel plates are bonded to the hull.
      • In-mast furling Main, Furling Genoa, Furling Staysail.
      • Cockpit bimini and spray dodger with stainless steel frames.

           

          DC- SYSTEM-  12-VOLT

          • HOUSE BATTERIES- 7 x  ‘Lifeline GPL-27’ AGM sealed led acid batteries in two separate banks. (port & starboard)
          • ENGINE START- 1 x  ‘Lifeline GPL-27’ AGM sealed led acid battery.
          • CHARGING SYSTEM- 
            • 100A Alternator
            • 2 x 110-V battery chargers
            • 2 x ‘Siemens’ 40W  solar panels with a 40A ‘Trace charge/load controler’ + ‘Heart Interface Digital echo – charge 12/24-V 15A
            • AirMarine Wind Generator
          • (1)  ‘Alder-Barbour – 12V freezer compressors – raw water cooled.
          • ‘Side Power’ transverse bow thruster.


             

            AC – SYSTEM 110-VOLT

            • SHORE POWER- 2 x 30A receptacles & cable
            • BATTERY CHARGER- ‘C-Charger’ 110-V battery charger
            • INVERTER- ‘Xantrax Freedom Marine 25’ 2500W inverter/ 130A charger.

            ‘Heart Interface Link 2000’ remote control / battery monitor

            • AIR CONDITIONING- 2 x 12,000 BTU ‘Marine Air Systems’ compressors.
            • GROUND- Hull mounted ‘Dynaplate’
            • CATHODIC PROTECTION- Propellor nut and shaft zinc anodes. 

            2 x ‘Professional Mariner Galvanic Isolators’ 30A 

               

               

              • GPS/ CHART PLOTTER/ RADAR-

              -‘Simrad’ 2Kw scanner -‘Simrad’ NSS 8″ (chart table display)-‘Simrad’ NSS 7″ (helm display)

              • AUTOPILOT- ‘Raytheon ST6000+’ with a linear drive
              • DEPTH & SPEED- 

              -‘Raytheon ST60 Tridata’-‘Raytheon ST60 Multi’ (chart table)

              • DEPTH- ‘Raymarine ST40 Depth’
              • WIND- ‘Raytheon ST60 Wind’
              • COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS- 

              -‘Icom IC-M802’ SSB Transceiver-;Standard Horizon Intrepid’ VHF with ‘Horizon Ram Mic’ (at helm)

                   

                  • PERSONAL FLOTATION DEVICES-

                  2 x USCG Type 1 PFDs (offshore) adult life jackets 4 x USCG Type II PFDs (coastal) adult life jackets2 x USCG Type V PFDs (inflatable harness)

                  • THROWABLE DEVICES- 

                  1 x Horseshoe lifering – USCG Type IV PFD‘Lifesling 2’ Overboard Rescue SystemDan Buoy with ‘ACR SM-2’ strobe man overboard light

                  • EPIRB- ‘ACR Globalfix’ Pro 406 MHz (Battery exp 06/19)
                  • FIRST AID KIT- yes
                  • LIFE LINES- Plastic coated stainless steel wire to swagged studs and turnbuckles & stainless steel stanchions.

                     

                    GROUND TACKLE

                    • PRIMARY ANCHOR- 55lb ‘Delta’ Aprox. 250′ of HT galvanized steel chain
                    • SECONDARY ANCHOR- 35lb ‘CQR’ Aprox. 20′ 5/16″ galvanized steel chain and nylon rode.
                    • WINDLASS- ‘Simpson & Lawrence Sprint 1500’ 12-V windless with foot switches.

                     

                    MAKE – ‘Witlock’

                    • DESCRIPTION- Stainless steel wheel to a geared tiller steering system to an aluminum tiller attached to the rudder stock. 
                    • RUDDER POST SEALS- Flax sealed bronze stuffing box.
                    • EMERGENCY TILLER- Stainless steel tiller.

                     

                     

                    • INTERIOR DESCRIPTION- A double forward stateroom with head/shower, saloon, navigation station, and galley to starboard, a double quarter berth to port with head/shower.
                    • STOVE- ‘Seaward Princess’ Stainless steel, propane, 3 burner stove.
                    • MICROWAVE- ‘Haier’
                    • STEREO- ‘Alpine CDA 9886m’ MP3/FM/AM Radio & CD player. Interior & cockpit speakers.

                    Survey 1 March 2019
                    S/V CAJUN MOON
                    Condition and Valuation Survey
                    March 1, 2019
                    Prepared for:
                    OWNER NAME REMOVED
                    Survey File 022519

                    This report should be considered as an entire document. No single section is meant to be used except as part of the whole. It is current for the named client, underwriters, or lenders for the period determined by the institution.


                    I. INTRODUCTION

                    SCOPE OF SURVEY
                    Acting at the request of Mr. Stephen C. Wooster, the undersigned marine
                    surveyor did attend on board the 2001 Island Packet 420 Cutter named CAJUN
                    MOON on February 8, 2019 while hauled out in Puerto del Rey Marina and afloat
                    on February 25, 2019. The registration papers were not on board at the time of
                    inspection. A sea trial will be performed in a later day. The reason for the survey
                    was to ascertain the physical condition and value of the vessel for insurance
                    purposes. AC and DC power will be used to check the operation of the electrical
                    system when the vessel is afloat.
                    The vessel was inspected without the removal of any parts including fittings,
                    tacked carpet, screwed or nailed boards, anchors and chain, fixed partitions,
                    instruments and miscellaneous materials in the lockers, bilges or other fixed or
                    semi fixed item. Locked compartments or other inaccessible areas would also
                    preclude inspection. Further, no determination of stability characteristics or
                    inherent structural integrity has been made and no opinion is expressed with
                    respect thereto. This survey report represents the condition of the vessel on the
                    above date, and is the unbiased opinion of the undersigned, but it is not to be
                    considered an inventory or a warranty either specified or implied.

                    CONDUCT OF SURVEY
                    THE MANDATORY STANDARDS PROMULGATED BY THE UNITED STATES
                    COAST GUARD (USCG), UNDER THE AUTHIRITY OF TITLE 46 UNITED
                    STATE CODE (USC): TITLE 33 AND TITLE 46, CODE OF FEDERAL
                    REGULATIONS (CFR), AND THE VOLUNTARY STANDARDS AND
                    RECOMMENDED PRACTICES DEVELOPED BY THE AMERICAN BOAT AND
                    YACHT COUNCIL (ABYC) AND THE NATIONAL FIRE PROTECTION
                    ASSOCIATION (NFPA) HAVE BEEN USED AS GUIDELINES IN THE
                    CONDUCT OF THIS SURVEY.

                    II. VESSEL PARTICULARS:
                    NAME CAJUN MOON
                    BUILDER ISLAND PACKET YACHT, LARGO, FL
                    DESIGNER BOB JOHNSON
                    YEAR BUILT 2001
                    MODEL ISLAND PACKET 420
                    CONSTRUCTION CONVENTIONAL MOLDED
                    FIBERGLASS HULL AND CORED
                    DECKS WITH GLASSED AND
                    SCREWED PLYWOOD BULKHEADS

                    HULL NUMBER XXX
                    COLOR SCHEME IVORY TOPSIDES, DECK, CABIN AND
                    LIGHT BEIGE NONSKID BOOT TOP
                    STRIPES
                    HULL TYPE FULL KEEL
                    RIG TYPE CUTTER
                    L.O.A. 44’7”
                    L.W.L. 37’4”
                    BEAM 14’3”
                    DRAFT 4’4”
                    DISPLACEMENT 30,000 #
                    BALLAST 12,000 #
                    SAIL AREA 1088 sq. ft.
                    REGISTRATION NO. 1104964
                    MARKET VALUE $245,000.00 U.S.

                    III. GENERAL
                    Hull Material: Ivory GRP hull with blue waterline and cored decks. The decks
                    are FRP with the coach roof, molded in non-skid pattern and cockpit seats.
                    Structural interior GRP molding with varnished cherry stained interior joinery.
                    Two cabin layout.
                    The hull appeared to be strong and tight from what could be determined from the
                    inspection. The hull side maintained a high luster through out the length of the
                    vessel. The vessel suffered minor damage to the hull sides during Hurricane
                    Maria. The scratches were corrected and by a renowned contractor in Puerto Del
                    Rey Marina.

                    Topsides: The S/V CAJUN MOON is an aft cockpit Cutter. Upon inspection
                    decks and surfaces were found to be sound and secured. The main deck is has
                    an aggressive nonskid in average condition. Stainless steel stanchions are
                    properly fitted with bolted bases to the deck and hold the lifelines at an
                    appropriate height. On the bow there is a stainless steel anchor roller, it was
                    found to be properly secured and in good condition. Fixed ports, large opening
                    hatches and skylights in the coachroof provide light and ventilation. The aft
                    cockpit is molded fiberglass construction.

                    Bottom: The bottom of S/V CAJUN MOON was inspected at this time. At that
                    time the bottom was recently painted. The bottom was sanded and recoated with
                    new antifouling paint. The vessel is a full keel and no blisters or previous
                    accident damages were observed during the day of inspection. All ball type
                    seacocks and thru hulls were in good condition at the time of inspection.
                    A 1 1/4” stainless steel shaft and a 3 bladed bronze propeller is provided in the
                    vessel.

                    IV. Machinery

                    a) Auxiliary Propelling Machinery:
                    The “S/V CAJUN MOON” is fitted with a 75 hp Yanmar naturally aspirated marine
                    diesel engine. The engine model is 4JH3-TE and serial number E10849. This
                    fitted aft under the companionway ladderwell. The soft mounts were well secured
                    to the hull and in good condition. The engine was observed clean and in
                    apparent good condition.
                    Exhaust lines and muffler were found secured and in apparent good condition. All
                    the exhaust lines are secured by stainless steel hose clamps and found them in
                    apparent good condition. This engine is equipped with a Racor fuel filter and
                    water separator. A belt driven alternator, an external battery charger and solar
                    panels provides the battery charging system.

                    b) Bilge Pumps
                    The bilge system consists of one (1) Rule bilge pump and tow (2) sump pumps
                    with manual switches. They were tested and found in good operating condition.
                    All hoses are secured with stainless steel hose clamps and appeared to be in
                    good conditions and secured. A high water alarm is provided in the vessel.
                    An additional manual Gusher pump is provided in the vessel.

                    c) Steering System
                    The steering gear consists of a pedestal steering with levers and shafts
                    connected to the rudder shaft. It appeared to be in good operational condition.

                    d) Fuel Tank
                    A total of approximately 160 gallons of fuel are supplied by one (1) tank. The tank
                    of aluminum construction appeared to be secured and in good conditions. No fuel
                    odor was detected during the inspection. The tank is secured under the salon
                    sole.

                    e) Water Supply
                    Fresh water system consists of approximately 250 gallons. The aluminum tank
                    was not completely full but appeared to be water tight and in good condition. A
                    12-volt water pump provides water pressure to the vessel system.
                    Both washrooms are fitted with a Raritam manual marine sanitary system and
                    connected to an aluminum holding tank. The system was tested at this time and
                    found to be in good condition.
                    A 6 gallon water heater is provided in the vessel, the water can be heated by the
                    engine or by 110-v electrical system.

                    f) Electrical System
                    Electrical system consists of AC / DC systems. All cables and electrical system
                    appeared to be in good operating condition. All the eight (8) series 27 battery
                    terminals were clean and well secured. Engine driven alternator, two battery
                    chargers and two solar panels are provided to assist with battery charging.
                    Electrical panels are located in the navigation station.

                    V. Electronics and Navigation
                    The vessel is fitted with the proper navigation lights complying with International
                    Rules of the Road.

                    VII. NAVIGATION AND ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
                    ? (1) Raymarine Tridata (depth, knot meter, log)
                    ? (1) Raymarine ST60 (wind speed & direction)
                    ? (1) Raymarine ST6000+ auto pilot
                    ? (1) Simrad NSS 8” display GPS (nav station)
                    ? (1) Simrad NSS 7” GPS (helm)
                    ? (1) Bow thruster
                    ? (1) Alpine AM/FM CD music system
                    ? (1) Ritchie pedestal magnetic compass
                    ? (1) Horizon Matrix GX2150 VHF w/ RAM mic at helm
                    ? (1) ICOM IC-M802 VHF
                    ? (1) Princess 3 burner stove w/ oven (propane)
                    ? (1) Haier microwave
                    ? (2) Ice box with a 12-V Alder Barbour compressor

                    VIII. FIRE AND SAFETY EQUIPMENT
                    ? (2) Adult Type I PFD
                    ? (4) Type II adult PFD
                    ? (1) Type IV life ring throwable device
                    ? (2) Offshore inflatable PFD’s with safety harness
                    ? (1) Safety Harness
                    ? (1) Air Horn
                    ? (1) USCG approved marine signal kit
                    ? (1) First Aid kit
                    ? (1) ACR Globalfix Epirb
                    ? (2) 2.5 type B:C portable fire extinguisher

                    ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT
                    Cockpit bimini and dodger with S.S. frames
                    Cockpit cushions
                    Harken 130% genoa roller furling
                    Harken staysail roller furling
                    In mast mainsail roller furling
                    Boom vang
                    Two C-Charger battery charger
                    Xantrax inverter
                    Two 12,000 BTU Marine air conditioning units
                    Heart Link 10 battery monitor
                    Weems fuel and water tank level monitor
                    Stainless steel dinghy davits
                    160 total watts solar panels with charge controller mounted on a custom bracket
                    4 Lewmar two speed self-tailing winches
                    3 Lewmar single speed self-tailing winches’
                    Spinnaker pole
                    Braided polyester running rigging
                    2007 10’ rigid bottom Caribe dinghy w/ Yamaha 8 hp

                    IX. ANCHOR AND RODE
                    The vessel is provided with a 55# Delta anchor anchor, it is fitted to chain of
                    adequate size and length. Additional anchor provided is a CQR 35# fitted to
                    chain and line of adequate size and length.. A Simpson Lawrence 12V windlass
                    with foot controls is provided to assist with anchor hoisting.

                    X. Standing Rigging
                    Keel stepped twin spreader anodized aluminum mast Charleston Spars), 1 by 19
                    wire rigging with upper and lower swages, open turnbuckles rope halyards and
                    Dacron running rigging.
                    The complete standing rigging and the two Harken furlers were inspected by a
                    local rigger.

                    XI. Surveyors NoteThere were no safety or compliance deficiencies noted at the time of the survey
                    and a few cosmetic issues caused by Hurricane Maria were seen and could be
                    attended whenever the owner see it fit to do so, seeing that they did not devalue
                    or compromise the vessel seaworthiness. S/V CAJUN MOON is considered to be
                    in above average conditions and well equipped for his size and intended coastal
                    use. In the opinion of the undersigned surveyor she represents an acceptable
                    insurance risk.

                    This report is issued under the condition that the surveyor is not to be held
                    responsible, under any circumstances whatsoever, for any inaccuracy,
                    omission, misstatement, or error in judgment. To all intents, purposes and
                    interests, this report may be adjudged as an evaluated opinion of the
                    undersigned surveyor, issued without prejudice.
                    Respectfully submitted,

                    Jose M. Menoyo
                    A.C.M.S. – CMS

                    M/V CAJUN MOON
                    Survey File 022519

                    Yacht name

                    Cajun Moon

                    LOCATION

                    Nanny Cay , British Virgin Islands

                     

                    Dimensions

                    LOA: 44 ft 6 in
                    Beam: 14 ft 3 in
                    LWL: 37 ft 4 in
                    Maximum Draft: 5 ft 0 in
                    Displacement: 30000 lbs
                    Ballast: 12000 lbs

                    Engines

                    Engine 1:
                    Engine Brand: Yanmar
                    Engine Model: 4JH3-TE
                    Engine Type: Inboard
                    Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
                    Drive Type: Sail drive

                    Tanks

                    Fresh Water Tanks: (250 Gallons)
                    Fuel Tanks: (160 Gallons)
                    Holding Tanks: (60 Gallons)

                    Accommodations

                    Number of cabins: 2
                    Number of heads: 1
                    Seating Capacity: 6