Packetcraft 360 for sale 2002

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Styled after classic pilot boats, this 36 foot long mini motor yacht has the modern features of an express cruiser or picnic boat, but the craftsmanship of a classic cruising boat. The Packetcraft 360 has sensational operating characteristics, feeling like a smaller high-performance boat.

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This pocket cruising yacht has an ideal layout. There is comfortable sleeping for four and seating for ten people. A private forward cabin has an island berth and the L shaped settee in the salon can also be made into a double berth large enough to sleep two adults comfortably. The spacious head compartment can be accessed from either the stateroom or the salon and features hot and cold water sink and shower and an electric Vacuflush head.

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The cockpit and bridge deck are laid out for maximum utility and comfort, whether you are running offshore or relaxing at anchor. The fiberglass hardtop has two opening hatches, three forward windows with opening vents on the top and sides. the cockpit has L shaped settee and is covered by a full removable bimini for shaded comfort. There is a removable three piece drop curtain that separates the bridge deck from the cockpit for inclement weather.

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The cockpit contains an L shaped settee (removable) and an exit stair as well as a transom doorway to the generous swim platform on the stern. Utility alcove contains shore power connections, breakers, hot and cold cockpit shower. Floor has large access hatch to generator and bilge areas.

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Across from the helm seat in the pilothouse there is an L shaped settee with a varnished removable table and storage underneath. Behind the helm seat is a wet bar with a sink with hot and cold pressure water and additional storage area.

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The exterior is finished with a Flag Blue hawlgrip hull and tan topsides and nonskid decking. All hatches are Lewmar and the stainless fittings are the highest quality

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The helm instrumentation includes Raymarine chart plotter and instrumentation with AIS, radar, autopilot, dual controls and gauges for the twin Cummins diesel, and a VHF radio. The control panel for the generator is located here, as well as trim tab controls.  The Dino leather wrapped steenstruments complement the wood grained dashboard.

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The sliding companionway door has an optional screen door and

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Custom tan sunbrella covers protect all instrumentation, tables and upholstery

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Behind the Stidd helm seat in the pilothouse is the wet bar offering hot and cold pressure water. The bar also encloses the pilothouse Cruiseair marine AC unit and offers additional storage

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For comfort and visibility, there is a six way adjustable double helm seat made by Stidd with arm and foot rests. 

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Further instrumentation and switches are overhead at the helm.

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The beautiful interior is a well crafted blend of solid teak, ultraleather and corian solid surfaces. The floor is solid bevel planked teak and holly while cedar lined lockers and drawers throughout provide incredible storage.

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Main salon with L shaped settee of 5" thick foam covered in leather upholstery. Removable dining table and pullout forms large double berth. Cedar lined hanging lockers. Two flat screen TVs, one in salon and one in master stateroom.

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Varnished teak bulkheads and teak and holly floor throughout

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Galley constructed of solid teak cabinetry and corian countertops. Includes Fridge/freezer, Two burner glass cooktop, microwave and stainless steel sink with hot and cold pressure water. Ample storage for dishes, cutlery and provisions.

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Forward stateroom has centerline island bed with shelves and reading lamps. Bed lifts on gas strut supports to access storage, five inch dual density mattress for sleeping comfort.

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Cedar lined lockers to port and starboard, two opening ports with shades and screens and overhead hatch with shade and screen. Separate private access to head compartment.

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Private head compartment with electric Vacuflush toilet, hot and cold pressure water sink and bulkhead shower. Teak storage cabinets, Corian countertop and molded non skid floor. Independent freshwater supply and discharge to holding tank or overboard.

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  • Twin Cummins  inboard diesel   engines, 370 HP each. Turbocharged, fresh water cooled with Airseps.  Racor fuel filters and Reverso oil change system.
  • Double tapered shafts drive four bladed matched and balanced Nibral props with dripless shaft seals.
  • Bennett trim tabs with full controls at helm.
  • Onan 7.5 KW generator with full sound shield
  • FireBoy automatic fire suppression systems in engine room and generator room.
  • Four automatic bilge pumps
  • Electric operated opening bridge deck for excellent engine access
  • Extensive sound and thermal insulation in all machinery spaces.

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  • Deluxe AC DC electrical control panels in cabinet enclosure with circuit breakers, gauges, battery monitors, polarity protection and indicator lights.
  • 50 AMP shore power with cords and adapters
  • Cable TV wiring and inlets
  • 12V cabin and cockpit lighting all LED
  • CruiseAir reverse cycle air conditioning, two separate units for stateroom/salon and bridgedeck. 
  • 40 AMP battery charger with appropriate Perko switches for electrical management

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