There is a reason the J/105 is the largest one design class of racing sailboats over 30' feet long. J/105's are fun to sail! whether it's a jaunt around the lake, or up the coast with family and friends or around the race course the J/105 is a lot of fun. Fast and friendly.
Veloce is a 1992 J/105 with my favorite J/105 layout of an aft Nav table. It's a pre-scrimp boat. Hull #23. These early pre-scrimp J/105's are selling up to $100,000 when re-furbished. Veloce could be sailed as is-as she is structurally sound. However there is wet core in the deck and the hull. The good news is there is approximately $14,000 dollars of new UK sails that were used for one regatta. I believe they are 2017 model sails. There's a BUNCH of other sails that are included with the boat. This could be a great buy for the right person!
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J-105 gives the on-deck cruising comfort of a 40-45-footer and the speed of a Grand Prix racer. Though designed as a strict one-design for recreational fun with overnight capability, Sailing World's panel of experts selected her as the "Racer - Cruiser" Boat-of-the-Year for 1991 and 1992. With J-105, sailing is easier and smoother. No pitching, no rolling about and no panic drills. A sailor may never have to leave her comfortable cockpit. No feverish routines of course and sail changes. Only one jib to tend. Roll it in or out. Jibing this high-tech beauty is a one-person operation. Simply let go of the old sheet, then trim in the new one. Good-bye big racing crews. Hello fun and relaxation. J-105's asymmetric spinnaker enables reach at a fast 90-degree apparent wind angle, while actually sailing a deep 155 degrees from the true wind. The carbon-fiber bowsprit retracts. Whether blowing 5 mph or 20 mph, J-105's asymmetric spinnaker adds a whole new dimension to sailing enjoyment in five ways: 1) it's safer - less deck clutter plus total snuffing or partial quick-reefing from the cockpit; 2) it's easier - one person controlling all sails; 3) it's smoother, with a better-balanced sail plan which helps in steering out of trouble; 4) it's stiffer due to the spinnaker's lower center of area and flat, open leech; and, 5) it's faster over waves, thanks to the power and lift of this unique spinnaker design. Sailing trials in adverse weather conditions clearly demonstrated the superior handling qualities of this design. The Dacron mainsail on sailslides, a single roller-furling jib, the dodger and spinnaker-in-a-snuffer make this design easier to sail, quicker to stow and more fun to own than conventional racers and cruisers.
J - 105 Specifications - Standard Equipment Hull & Deck o Lloyd's approved, aircraft grade AL600 epoxy coated CK57 (6 lbs.-cu.ft.) Baltek end-grained balsa laminate construction using biaxial glass fabrics and SCRIMP molding technology. An Interplastic vinylester resin barrier coat allows a ten-year hull warranty against blisters. o White (other colors optional) gel coat hull with single (1.5" to 3") tapered bootstripe. o Large sit-in cockpit with 6.5' seats with backrests, suitable for cockpit cushions. o One lazarette storage locker and two cockpit seat storage lockers w- flush spring loaded latches. o Swimming and boarding platform sculptured into aftface of full height transom with integral ladder. o Cockpit coamings 2.5" high over sidedecks to channel water aft. o Molded companionway slide-in seahood w- dodgerboss - instrument pod. o ORC size molded-in foredeck toe-rails. o Stainless steel handrails on cabin trunk. o GRP molded main structural bulkhead, bonded fore & aft on hull and deck as support for shroud chainplates with single opening to forepeak. o Solid fiberglass transverse keel support beams. o Fabricated aluminum mast step with transverse beams fastened to main bulkhead. o Lead and antimony fixed 6.5' draft, fin keel with bulb bolted to a deep molded stub. (5.5' shoal draft option) Mechanical & Steering o Yanmar 2GM20F 20 hp, 2 cylinder, diesel engine with 50 amp alternator and Martec folding prop. o Yanmar engine instrument panel in cockpit with acrylic cover. o Morse control, combination gear shift and throttle. o 12-gallon alloy fuel tank with baffles and inspection - clean out port. o Balanced spade rudder constructed using E-glass and large diameter shaft mounted in Harken bearings. o Curved laminated wood tiller with Spinlock hiking handle. Deck Hardware o Thurston companionway dodger with side curtains mounted in splash molding with quick-release zipper for easy storage. (Dodger fly extending to backstay with side curtains is available as option for sleeping in cockpit). o Harken Unit - 1 headsail furler o Two Lewmar 44AST, 2 speed primary winches with 44:1 power ratio. o Two Lewmar 30AST, 2 speed halyard (& secondary) winches aft on cabin trunk. o Double sheave deck organizers (P&S) recessed in dodger spray shield molding. o Two lock-in Harken winch handles (8" & 10"). o Two PVC winch handle holders o Aluminum mast collar. o 4 Schaefer 32-16 mast mounted turning blocks o Two double Spinlock rope clutches aft on the cabin top. Port is main halyard and jib halyard. Starboard is for cunningharn - reef and spinnaker halyard. o Two Schaefer 08-91 jib sheet blocks on a 3 foot 40-74 1.25" x 3-16" clear anodized "T" track with 34 min hole spacing and aft end stops. o One Harken 238 camcleat for headsail furler o One Lewmar rope clutch for spinnaker tack line. o Two Harken 150 camcleats with 137 eyestraps mountedon starboard side of cabin trunk for snuffer control lines. o One Harken 004 double-block with becket to mount on sprit-end for snuffer controls and tack line (through becket). o Harken mid-sized traveler track recessed in cockpit seat with Harken "windward sheeting", self-tacking traveler car with 4:1 system using end stops, and 2 Schaefer 300-31 cheek blocks mounted at end of track (top flush with seat). Control lines pass through Harken 166 swivel bullet blocks mounted with 097 springs on 281 eyestraps outboard of traveler. o 6:1 mainsheet system using a Harken 1540 single and 1544 double on separate boom bales and a 1560 fiddle with becket on the traveler car. Coarse adjustment sheet tail leads to a center-mounted heavy duty 144 swivel base with camcleat on 195 riser and Hexacat #170 single ratchet (without integral cam) mounted under a 24:1 fine tune system achieved by adding 4:1 tackle using 060 Fiddle with Hexaratchet & Becket and 053 Fiddle attached to mainsheet end. o Custom double-rail stainless bow pulpit and dual corner stern rails with transom gate. o Low profile mounted roller furling drum system on stemhead with control line aft to port side of cabin trunk where tail can be used on primary winch. o Tapered lifeline stanchions with heavy duty deck plates. o Four 4-bolt mooring cleats. o Double Harken 654 foot blocks to lead spinnaker and jibsheets behind raised dodger to any of 4 winches. o Harken cams for lazy spin sheets mounted just aft of primary winches. o Bow chocks port and starboard. o Two heavy duty "U" bolts aft for spinnaker sheet blocks. o Lewmar 20x20 articulated foredeck hatch. o Lewmar 10x10 vent hatch in head. o Two 3530 Bomar 5x30 bronze tinted fixed ports in sides of cabin trunk and two fixed recessed bronze tinted ports in head area. o Lightweight, cored, low-profile companionway sliding hatch and acrylic offshore dropboard with inside - outside opening hasp. o Cockpit operated Henderson bilge pump. o Three 12"x 20" polypropylene mesh line bags. o Custom SS chainplates, stemhead and backstay tang. Electrical o One 115 amp deep-cycle battery. o Guest battery switch. o Electrical panel w- circuit breakers o Navigation & steaming lights. o All chainplates with lightning grounds o Six swivelling halogen reading lights. o One fluorescent light in head. o Coaxial cable run in lieu of messengers from (a) hanging locker to nav station, (b) nav station to starboard instrument recess in cabin trunk, (c) starboard to port instrument recess. Spars & Rigging o Tapered 6061 T6 aluminum, fractional-rig mast with double airfoil spreaders plus boom in Awlgrip off white. o Below-decks mast ventilation holes. o Navtec continuous rod rigging and turnbuckles. o Custom 4.25" diameter, carbon fiber, retractable J-Sprit with 1:2 under-deck Harken launching system using pole control line from dead-end hole in the forward bulkhead outboard of sprit, through two Harken thru-deck big bullets in the butt of the sprit; to a Harken 001 secured to an 073 padeye thru-bolted to forward bulkhead taping inboard of the sprit; led to a bullseye thru-decks mounted in the main bulkhead and aft face of cabin trunk, exiting to be cleated on a 150 cam cleat. o Automatic sprit retraction system using 3-8" red shock cord attached to butt of sprit, then passing through an 022 dinghy block fixed to an 073 padeye on the hanging locker bulkhead, reversing forward through a bullseye fairlead on the sprit to an 023 swivel block fixed to an 073 padeye under the sprit opening on the forward bulkhead, back through the bullseye to the becket of the 023 block on the hanging locker bulkhead. o Hall Rigging running rigging package w- Aracom T Main & Jib Halyards, polyester jib main & spin sheets & spin halyard. Also includes reef line, cunningham, pole control, tack line, traveler control lines and main fine tune. o Sailtech -10 integral hydraulic backstay adjuster with 9.5" throw for -6 rod backstay. o Hall Quick Vang with integral cleating. o Main boom with # 1 reef stopper to port and #2 reef sheave on starboard side to double as cunningham with Schaefer 76-46 hook and Harken 001 block. o 6:1 internal mainsail outhaul on boom. Interior o Off-white Formica low-maintenance bulkheads and lightweight bin panels with gray vinyl trim, cold molded teak cap moldings. o Teak and holly style synthetic high-wear cabin sole with epoxy sealed end grain. o Storage bins outboard of settee berths. o Forward of the main bulkhead is a changing area, hanging locker and Raritan PH-2 marine head with flexible holding tank and "Y" valve for direct offshore discharge. o Holding tank, overboard discharge "Y" valve and pump. o Forward of the head area is a lightweight bulkhead with color coordinated acrylic canvas privacy curtain and V-berth with storage under. o Choice of Sunbrella acrylic fabrics for V-berth and main cabin settee cushions. Optional cockpit cushions double as settee backrests below. o Vinyl liner on cabin overhead and hull ceilings. o 12x18 mirror in head. o Polished stainless galley sink with fresh water foot pump and 5 gallon portable water tank with thru-hull drain. o Rugged 54 qt. top opening portable icebox under companionway ladder. J - 105 Optional Equipment Group Options Graphics Package o Two Tone Deck. o 1-2" Cove Stripe with "J" Insignia. Custom Wheel Package o Edson Diamond Series 48" White Aluminum Wheel with Natural Leather Grip; Ritchie 5" Binnacle Compass with Light; Custom GRP Molded Pedestal with SS Guard; Aluminum Emergency Tiller; White Vinyl Afterdeck & Sidedeck Cushions at Wheel. Comfort Group Package: o Bomar Bronze Tinted Main Cabin Opening Ports, Dual Purpose Sunbrella 3" Acrylic Cockpit - Settee-Backrest Cushions with Light Color (Stone or Linen) on One Side to Match Non-Skid, Four Custom Acrylic Covered AC Hose Lifeline Covers for Helmsman to Match Dodger Color, Mainsail Cover to Match Dodger with J-105 Logo. Systems Group Package: o Automatic Electric Bilge Pump with check valve and Panel Switch for Manual Operation; Sink in Vanity Counter of Forward Head With Foot Pump and drain into Head Bowl, 20 Gallon Fresh Water Tank Under Starboard Berth with Deck Fill; Origo 2000CB 1-Burner Non-Pressurized Alcohol Stove with Cutting Board; 5x12x16 Utensil Drawer in Galley to hold Rubbermaid Flatware Tray; 6x19x23 Chart & Utility Drawer under Nav Table to hold Chart Kits. Ventilation Group Package o Includes four opening ports w- screens, two in lieu of forward fixed ports and two at aft end of cabin trunk, screens for skylight hatches, and screens for companionway drop boards. Single Options o 110 volt shorepower w- 50 ft. cord, 2 outlets (without charger). o Genoa Tracks (use same lead blocks as jib) o Shoal Bulb Keel with 5.5' Draft. o Additional 90 amp battery o Stainless grab rails in main cabin o Shower attachment in head (requires systems group) o Ports on aft face of cabin house (2). o Removable cockpit - cabin table w- slide-out leaf, aluminum base and canvas storage bag.
1 Class Apinnaker 89m2
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