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Nome della barca
Costruttore: J Boats
Designer: Rod Johnstone
Garanzia: 10 anni
Chiglia: Chiglia a bulbo
Tipo di carena: Mono scafo
L.F.T. Lunghezza fuori tutto: 32 ft 10 in
Larghezza: 9 ft 4 in
Lunghezza al galleggiamento: 29 ft 0 in
Pescaggio massimo: 5 ft 10 in
Dislocamento: 6500 lbs
Zavorra: 2500 lbs
: 6500 lbs
Potenza totale: 15 HP
Marca motore: Yanmar 2GM 20F
Modello motore: Yanmar 2GM 20F
Tipo motore: Entrobordo-EB
Elica: Elica retraibile
Tipo propulsione: Sail drive
Potenza Motore: 15 HP
.Off-white laminated paneling with teak trim
Port and starboard settee berths
molded teak trim oval door opening and white door.
Raritan PH-2 marine head with 14 gal holding tank and
Teak and holly synthetic high-wear cabin sole.
Two-tone (beige) molded nonskid floor in head area.
Teak trimmed backrest outboard of each settee berth.
Molded sink with overboard drain in head.
Garmin 3006C GPS/Chartplotter on swing out arm.
Tacktick MN 100 X 3 Multi function Including wind, depth and speed
Two Harken 40.2STA Radial 2 speed self-tailing primary
winches mounted on cockpit coaming.
Spinlock triple sheave deck organizers (P&S).
Two double Spinlock XTS rope clutches on the cabin top.
Harken mainsheet traveler track recessed in cockpit seat
with 4:1 Harken,windward-sheeting traveler control
Optional full length teak toe-rail.
Tan sunbrella dodger, mainsail cover and tiller cover
Harken Unit 0 headsail furler with control leading aft
IJPE : 478.00 sq ft I : 38.50 ft J : 11.50 ft P : 38.00 ft E : 13.50 ft Working Sail Area : 478.00 sq ft
Manufacturer Provided Description
There’s nothing quite like steering a sleek, fast boat with a light touch on the tiller, the stability of a keel below, being close to the water and sliding through waves with barely a wake or whisper. Time’s too precious and the alternatives too numerous to put up with any boat less than what will recapture those simple joys of sailing. J/100 is designed to do just that. The comforts that experienced sailors appreciate are part of the package. A two cylinder inboard saildrive hums along at 6.5 knots like a sewing machine, when you can hear it. Why limit your horizons because the wind might die? There’s a bona fide marine head and even a couple of bunks with an option for a V-berth forward for the occasional overnight. A dodger works to extend the sailing season.<P>If you plan to single-hand the boat or do some relaxed non-spinnaker racing, the Hoyt jib boom shown above works great! Using this system, TERN won what one captain called, “the race from hell”…the 2004 Maine Retired (Age 65+) Skipper’s Race. In dense fog, torrential rain, lightning, and 40 degree windshifts, the J/100 excelled. No need to overwork the crew or have anyone on the foredeck when there’s a self-tacking jib and automatic whisker pole. TERN tacked effortlessly on 10 degree shifts, winning the trophy for the fastest of 38 starters. Five minutes back were larger boats with more crew, big winches and huge genoas.
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.