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32' 1999 J Boats J/32 - £63,000
|Year: 1999 Insure It|
|Length: 32 ft Survey It|
(US$102,369) Finance It
|Located in: Hamble, United Kingdom Transport It|
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|Hull Shape||Monohull||Beam||11 ft|
|Max Draft||6 ft||Dry Weight||10000 lb|
|Engine Make||Yanmar 3GM30FC||Engine Model||Yanmar 3GM30FC|
|Fuel Capacity||27 gal||Length at Waterline||29 ft|
|Length Overall||32 ft 5 in||Cabin Headroom||6 ft 3 in|
|Water Capacity||189.27 gal||Number of Berths||4|
|Number of Engines||1|
Domaine is a thoroughly capable and very seaworthy offshore yacht but is also fun to sail around the buoys. In recent years, Domaine has competed in the Royal Southampton Double Handed Series coming third in class in 2010.
Eighty five J/32s were built between 1996 and 2003 but only a very few found their way to European waters largely due to unfavourable Sterling/ Dollar exchange rates in that period. The standard rig size was modest with the target market being couples wanting to go cruising with their kids or a friend or two. In 2004, Domaine was rerigged with a one metre taller carbon fibre mast which allowed for a larger masthead spinnaker. The bigger rig received the full approval of Alan Johnstone as designer. The J/32 has two bigger sisters the J/42 and J/46, again primarily designed for cruising, all using conventional spinnakers until the advent of the current J Boat range with asymmetric spinnakers
J/32 Designed by Al Johnstone and built by TPI in the USA
Hull& Deck moulded with SCRIMP resin infusion and AL-600 Baltek balsa. Hull is finished in British Racing green paint, new in 2011. Superstructure is white GRP, Decks are cream non slip finish.
Lead keel strengthened with antimony and designed for low VCG
CE A (Ocean) Category and Full British Registered
IRC TCC (2013) 0.955
Sleeps four plus two
Acccommodation provided by double v berth in the fore cabin and two saloon berths plus two pilot berths. Hanging locker, 2 cupboards, 2 drawers & added teak slats and shelves in forecabin. Fold down teak table in saloon attached to main bulkhead
Galley equipped with Force 10 two burner gas oven with grill, moulded sink and 12v water cooled fridge.
Heads compartment with Raritan marine wc, handbasin and shower. Hanging area for lifejackets & wet weather gear in head.
Interior finish in varnished teak trim & off-white bulkheads and teak & holly sole. Blue upholstery
Webasto 3kw cabin heater with 2 outlets
Nordic carbon fibre mast (2004), Hall double speaders & boom, painted white
Rod rigging with Navtec turnbuckles.
Sailtec hydraulic backstay adjuster.
Rigid vang with control line to cockpit.
Slab reefing for mainsail
Schaefer headsail furling system with control led aft
Carbon fibre spinnaker pole (new 2010)
Mainand jib halyards, masthead spin.halyard & 2 fractional spin. halyards, pole uphaul /downhaul, 3 x spin. sheets/guys, 2 x spin.tweakers and jib sheets with Tylaska snaps
Lewmar 44, 2 speed self-tailing primary winches
Lewmar 16 self-tailing halyard winches
Sails, mainly by North
Masthead spinnaker (2012)
No. 3 Mylar Blade Jib (2011)
3 DL Light and Medium #1 genoas (2007/2010)
Kevlar taffeta reinforced mainsail with 2 reefs (2007)
Spare dacron mainsail with 2 reefs (not full hoist)
No 2 Mylar genoa (not full hoist)
Light and Heavy fractional spinnakers
Cruising furling genoa
Storm jib and Trysail by Jeckells
12.1 inch LCD flat monitor at chart table
Raymarine ST60 log/speed, depth and wind systems including close hauled display over companion way with repeaters by helmsman to starboard and at chart table
Two ST 50 20/20 multidisplays in mastpod
Autohelm ST5000 autopilot with control head by helmsman to port
Icom VHF-DSC with cockpit speaker and Hawk antenna at masthead
Stainless stemhead with anchor roller, strengthened to carry a gennaker
CQR Anchor with 35m warp and 6m chain.
Navigation & combined steaming/deck flood lights
Masthead tricolour/anchor light
Double lifelines to port and starboard with comfort rollers over lifelines and guardwire gates
Double rail stainless steel bow pulpit & stern pushpit.
Sprayhood frame with beige cover
Stainless folding swim ladder w/extruded treads.
Henderson operated manual bilge pump x 2 (one in cockpit, one in saloon portside)
Rule automatic electric bilge pump (1100 litres per hour - seeks every 2 ½ minutes)
Sony radio/cassette with 2 speakers in saloon and two in cockpit
Inflatable Danbuoy, Lifesling and white horseshoe lifebuoy with light
5 fenders, bow fender, warps and apron to protect
Yanmar 3GM30FC, 27 hp diesel engine with 80 amp alternator
Gori two-bladed bronze folding propeller, Bronze shaft strut with cutlass bearing.
Edson engine throttle controls.
2 12v gel batteries (150Amp) and 1 engine start battery (110Amp), switched
Charged by 80 Amp engine alternator and 220v battery charger
Shore power for battery charger, water heater and outlet at chart table
400 litres fresh water capacity in polyurethane tank under starboard saloon berth added Flexible tank added in forepeak
100 litres fuel capacity in aluminium tank below cockpit sole.
Holding tank for W.C. waste with deck fitting for pumping out to shore
Hot & cold pressure water system
I have owned this boat since Key Yachting had her shipped from the factory in Rhode Island USA in the Spring of 1999. Since then, Domaine has been a regular participant in RORC / JOG offshore races as well as inshore events including Cowes Week. Longer distance events have included two Fastnets and two Biscay crossings tonorth westSpainandLisbon,Portugal. She is a thoroughly capable and very seaworthy offshore yacht but is also fun to sail around the buoys. In recent years, Domaine has competed in the Royal Southampton Double Handed Series coming third in class in 2010.
Eighty five J32s were built between 1996 and 2003 but only a very few found their way to European waters largely due to unfavourable Sterling/ Dollar exchange rates in that period. The standard rig size was modest with the target market being couples wanting to go cruising with their kids or a friend or two. I found the boat a bit undercanvassed in light weather particularly downwind so in 2004 Domaine was rerigged with a one metre taller carbon fibre mast and which allowed for a larger masthead spinnaker. The bigger rig received the full approval of Alan Johnstone as designer. The J32 has two bigger sisters the J42 and J46, again primarily designed for cruising, all using LOA foot measurements and conventional spinnakers until the advent of the current J Boat range using metre measurements with asymmetric spinnakers.
I have kept Domaine for much longer than previous yachts I have owned and with good reason –she has given me and those who have sailed on her over the years lots of fun but all good things come to an end – and the intention is that my next yacht will also be a J Boat !
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)
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