The SJ30 is a well thought of club racer from the pencil of Stephen Jones and built by Oyster Marine. "RSJ" is presented in very clean condition and is ready to go out and win races, having placed second in the prestigious Town Cup in Burnham Week 2019. She offers competitive racing at a competitive price.
5 berths in saloon with 6' max headroom. The forepeak is empty but has space for two pipe cots. Marine toilet with wash basin opposite forward of the mast. Saloon with C-shaped settee berth to port and settee and pilot berth to starboard. The aft end of the boat is has two pipe cots fitted. Galley top port with stowage, S/S sink with hand pump and Mariner two burner and grill gas stove. Large chart table to starboard. Teak and holly floor. Headlinings in the saloon. Red upholstery.
Yanmar 2YM15, two cylinder, 15hp diesel engine installed new in 2012. Engine located in moulded enclosure under companionway ladder. Fresh water cooled via heat exchanger. Electric start. Single lever Morse controls. Engine serviced July 2019.
2 x 12 volt batteries (one new 2019) charging from engine alternator.
Fractionally rigged sloop. Kemp keel stepped, single swept back spreader, silver anodised mast and boom. Spinlock rod kicker. Slab reefing mainsail. Selden Furlex 200S headsail furling system. Spinnaker pole. Stainless steel standing rigging (new 2012). Adjustable backstay and runners. Terylene running rigging, some updated 2019. 2 x Lewmar 16 halyard winches on coachroof. 2 x Harken 40 self-tailing sheet winches. 2 x Lewmar runner winches. Spinlock clutches.
Built in 1982 by Oyster Marine to a Stephen Jones design. White GRP hull with blue sheer stripe. White GRP decks with blue painted non-slip surfaces. Cast iron and lead (approx. 25%) fin keel. Tiller steering to spade hung rudder. Tiller extension.
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General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferaft, fire extinguishers and flares etc., are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on board as part of the sale of a used vessel, may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owner’s specific needs.