|Water Tank Capacity:||170 Gallons|
|Fuel Tank Capacity:||85 Gallons|
|Holding Tank Capacity:||40 Gallons|
|Number of Engines:||1|
|Engine Hours:||44HH Hours|
Oriana is the much sought after 380 model with wonderful comfort and privacy for two couples or family. The owner’s stateroom forward sports the unique centerline queen berth and the large bathroom with separated shower. The aft cabin offers a huge double berth with its own vanity and private access to the single head. The 380 is a wonderful and comfortable cruiser. With the beautiful wall to wall carpet from Island Packet to the AC/Heat, extra fans, super-duper water pressure and loads of extra creature comforts, including tufted toppers and new custom high-quality mattress in the owner’s stateroom, peek-a-boo blinds, teak screens for ports and hatches and teak hinged doors at the companionway allowing ease of entry / exit from below decks, she shows beautifully and appears like new. The cockpit is super comfortable with plenty of cushions, very protective bimini and dodger, with full surround and added shading panels, all supported from a new full Kato arch with integral davits accommodating dinghy placement that allows full view aft when at anchor or underway plus Hot & Cold water shower and easy access to swim platform.
The spacious and efficient galley makes cooking and dining a wonderful experience. All the amenities, lots of counter space, open and airy, good access to cockpit, loads of storage make this an enjoyable galley whether at anchor or at sea.
Recently upgraded and/or well maintained, Oriana has a Garmin 1040 xs color chart plotter w 18 xHD Radar, B&G Instruments and AutoPilot – all easily accessible, along with VHF Radios.
Oriana’s past owners have spared no expense or effort in maintaining and upgrading her systems. Anything that could be improved, has been improved and you, as a new owner can reap those benefits. She is now capable of offering multiple options for power when away from the dock.
Island Packet has a wonderful formula for easy sail handling. She is a true Cutter Rig with a self-tending staysail on a furler, 115% headsail on a furler and an in-mast furling mainsail. All sails were replaced in 2015 by Quantum Sails in Solomons Island, MD. The cockpit is designed for easy access to all lines and gear. All rigging is in great condition, along with winches and other hardware making for safe and pleasurable sailing in any conditions.
Island Packet builds a phenomenal boat… The fiberglass work is excellent, the stainless is second to none, the boat is strong and stable, yet comfortable in every aspect – a GREAT formula. Your time underway can easily be spent in the safety and comfort of the cockpit due to the well managed sail plan. It is large enough for guests, comfortable and inviting, with easy access to dinghy and swim platform. The large, well designed bimini and dodger, along with full enclosure will keep you dry and comfortable no matter the conditions and really adds to the usable space on the boat in any season. The modernized underbody offers improved performance with Island Packet’s Full Foil Keel. The draft of only 4’ 7” makes this a GREAT BOAT for the BAHAMAS….! The current owners have recently refinished the brightwork with great looking and long lasting Cetol.
Oriana is well equipped for various docking / anchoring situations…
In preparation for their Bahamas Cruise, the current owners well equipped Oriana with safety gear that is great to have on board no matter where you might sail….
Again, in preparation for their cruise, the owners compiled an extensive supply of parts and supplies and over their time on Oriana, have compiled a HUGE array of information that will have immense value to the new owners. As an architect, this owner developed 16 section cut diagrams through the entire length of the boat showing various locations of storage, equipment and thru hull locations… What a gift for the new owners….!
Island Packet had a very loyal following, accomplished by combining honest and obvious production quality with a design philosophy that virtually puts in a class by itself. Don’t think that this means a static design approach: the new 380 shows several areas where IP is “pushing the envelope”.
Some of you will look at the full-keel hull form and immediately assume a whole package of performance characteristics, and that’s not fair. There are good full-keel boats and bad full-keel boats, just like there are good and bad fin-keel boats. I would assume, based on the pedigree and the slow, thoughtful evolution of the IP hull form, that designer Bob Johnson has hit upon a successful combination of form features. Note the new IP bow profile. The bowsprit has been shrunk to vestigial proportions and the bow overhang has been extended. This results in more useful deck area forward and more volume below. The new 380 will be drier and, with finer angle of entry, it will probably be faster. It’s a nice look that complements the reverse transom and swim step aft.
The high-volume keel shape results in a high D/L of 313, but that’s typical of full-keel boats. I’m not wild about the “crab crusher” type of keel, but it does offer security in grounding situations, and it generally produces a boat with good directional stability. It’s important to know that not all full-keel boats track well. Note the semibalanced barn-door rudder. Most full-keel boats don’t back up worth a damn, and a big rudder (combined with a three bladed Max Prop) can certainly improve control in reverse.
The interior offers excellent accommodations for two couples. The single head is generous and doesn’t try to cram in a coffinlike shower stall. Although I love the challenge of cooking good meals on my 26-footer, it is definitely a challenge. This galley is spread out and is ideal in its location and layout. My one complaint about this style of interior: it doesn’t provide good sleeping options for an all-boys cruise. This could be remedied with V-berths, but they’re not in vogue these days.
The 380 is a true cutter. The mast location is pretty far back in the boat, leaving plenty of room in the foretriangle for carrying two headsails. The high-clewed staysail is set on a Garry Hoyt-style club that combines auto-vanging with self-tacking. The SA/D is 18.6, which is pretty good for this type of boat.
IPs always look good. There’s enough teak trim to give a dressed-up and yachty look while not overburdening the owner with therapy-like maintenance. Johnson shows in this new model that he is serious about performance while still holding fast to his overall design approach.