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Key Yachting Ltd

The Drawing Office
Southampton, Hants
SO31 4JD
United Kingdom

Fax:  +44 (0)23 8045 5770 | VAT No GB679536281 | Reg No 03396623

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J Boats

J Boats

The J/Boats company had humble beginnings but over the past 40 years, they have built winning designs which are raced by movers and shakers in the marine industry and beyond. Rod Johnstone built the first J/24 in his garage in 1975 and by 1977, he and his brother Bob were in business building sleek boats that developed a reputation for being crazy-fast. Today, the Rhode Island company builds boats from 22 to 65 feet for day sailing, cruising and mostly one-design racing. Any serious racer will know J/Boats and many will have owned one at some point. J/Boats are precision machines that command a premium price and will range from $10,000 to $2,000,000, and have sprouted a performance sailing school called J World with five bases around the country.

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2007 J Boats J/109

£99,999 (Listed price: US$170,048)

Hamble,United Kingdom

J/109 Sailing
J/109 Sail plan
J/109 Layout and deck plan
J/109 Sailing
J/109 Sailing
J/109 Sailing
J/109 Aft cockpit and steering wheel
J/109 Cockpit
J/109 Instrument pod
J/109 Bow
J/109 Chart table and heads
J/109 Galley
J/109 Port Saloon (seat back down)
J/109 Convertable saloon berths
J/109 Starboard saloon (seat back up)
J/109 Bow cabin
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Description/Condition

With over 100 boats sold in to the UK and Ireland and with a string of regatta wins and performance accolades as long as your arm, the J/109 barely needs an introduction.

She features a retractable bowsprit and asymmetric spinnaker and 2 cabin interior layout with standing headroom. She is designed with a very low VCG, long waterline, and generous sail plan  for competitive racing and yet stability for relaxed cruising.  The J/109 is easy to sail and a proven performance boat.  There is interior volume and amenities necessary for comfortable cruising and a great dual purpose deck layout.

There is an incredibly popular J/109 one-design regatta circuit in the UK, and the boats race on a level rating basis at Cowes Week and at a number of other Class events throughout the year. With so many crews enjoying the one-design racing and camaraderie that has become synonymous with the J/109 Class, it is easy to forget that this boat is also dynamite when racing under IRC.

OutraJeous is very well presented and carefully maintained single owner example. Dry sailed at Hamble Yacht Services from new and she has achieved some considerable success at various sailing regattas, including series wins at :-

  • Royal Southern YC One Design summer series
  • West Solent Championship
  • Hamble River Autumn Championship
  • Hamble River Winter Series"

Outrajeous is available immediately and on our Hamble sales walkway ready for viewings seven days a week.




Boat Details
Fuel DieselHull Material Fiberglass 
Hull Shape MonohullBeam 11 ft 6 in 
Max Draft 7 ftDry Weight 10900.01 lb 
Fuel Capacity 20 galLength at Waterline 30 ft 6 in 
Cabin Headroom 6 ft 2 inNumber of Heads 1 
Water Capacity 132.49 galNumber of Berths 6 
Number of Engines 1    
For Sale by

The Drawing Office
Southampton, Hants
SO31 4JD
United Kingdom

Fax:  +44 (0)23 8045 5770 | VAT No GB679536281 | Reg No 03396623

Construction

J/109 Built in 2007

Cruiser Racer designed by Johnstone and built by J Europe in France

White GRP hull, deck and superstructure constructed in the SCRIMP method for strength without weight

Decks are finished in non slip grey GRP

Wheel steering, upgraded large wheel with leather cover and recess in deck

Spade rudder

Fin keel

Extra Opening ports in the aft face of the coachroof

 

Rigging and Sails

Sloop Rigged

Sparcraft aluminium mast and boom

Stainless rod standing rigging with hydrualic backstay adjuster

Rope running rigging

Slab mainsail reefing

Harken roller furling headstay

Custom retractable bow sprit with associated asymmetric spinnaker rigging

Winches

Two twin speed self tailing halyard winches

Two twin speed self tailing genoa winches

Sails

By North in 2010:

3DL Main

3DL No 1 genoa (purchased in 2009 but no used until 2010)

3DL No 2 genoa

3DL No 3 jib

Code 2 Asymmetric spinnaker

By North in Nov 2008:

Code 4 Asymetric spinnaker in Superkote 130

By North in 2007:

3DL Main, one reef

3DL 145% No 1 genoa

3DL 138% No 2 genoa

3DL No 3 jib

3DL ORC No 4 jib

Code 2 0.75oz asymmetric spinnaker

Code 3 0.90oz asymmetric spinnaker

Tri sail

Storm jib

Cruising Sails:

North Dacron furling jib

Elvstrom Dacron main with 3 reefs

 

Accommodation

Sleeps Eight

Accommodation provided by double v berth in fore cabin, two single saloon berths and two single pilot berths (convertible seat backs) and double aft cabin

Galley equipped with two burner gas stove and oven, 12v fridge, double sink and storage

Chart table with dedicated seating and storage

Heads compartment with marine wc, hand basin and shower

Eberspacher cabin heating with 3 outlets

Interior upholstery in roayl blue and fitted loose covers

Cover for saloon table

Navigation and General Equipment

Navigation Equipment

Steering compass

Tacktick Log, speed, depth and wind instruments with 4 displays and portable remote display unit

Garmin GPS156 Navigator

IC-M421 Icom DSC VHF radio with Hawk antenna

V-Tronix cockpit speaker

Ground Tackle

Removable bow roller

Anchor with chain and warp

General Equipment

Removable transom box

Mainsail cover in light grey

Sprayhood

Binnacle and wheel cover in light grey

6 Hiking pads (Pigouts) in light grey

Stainless steel pushpit, pulpit and guard rails

Machinery

Volvo D1-30 diesel engine

Sail drive to folding prop

Serviced in December 2012

Electrics

12v switched batteries

Charged by engine alternator and 240 battery charger

Shore power

Tankage

Fuel tank

Water tank

Water system

Pressurised hot and cold fresh water to galley and heads

Disclaimer

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.   All business is undertaken subject to the current Terms of Business of the British Marine Federation (copies available on request)