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"KESTREL" PROVISIONAL SPECIFICATION (subject to checking) The J/111 is a light, quick, responsive racing yacht with carbon mast. "Kestrel" is dry sailed and is race ready with many recent upgrades including running rigging, standing rigging and boom cover. She also benefits from an extensive wardrobe of very lightly used 2020 North Sails. "Kestrel" is ready to re-join the race track under new ownership. PART-EXCHANGES welcome.
Boat Name: KESTREL Year: 2012 Builder: J Boats Designer: Alan Johnstone Engine: Volvo D1-20hp Saildrive with 115amp alternator High aspect balanced spade rudder No antifouling - Duropox hull finish Location: Hamble
LOA: 36.5ft / 11.1m LWL: 32.7ft / 9.97m Beam: 10.8ft / 3.29m Draft: 7.2ft / 2.19m Displ: 4298 kgs / 9456lbs (measured IRC weight) 2021 IRC Rating - 1.092
Volvo D1-20 diesel inboard Saildrive 20hp Fuel capacity: 50 litres Water capacity: 100 litres
North Sails (all new in 2020 & used only for 4 or 5 weekends) North 3Di Raw 780 mainsail Genoas: 3Di J1, J2, J3.5 Superkote Spinnakers: A1.5, A2 and A4 Older Sails (2018), all serviceable and good for training & deliveries Mainsail J1, J2 & J3.3 A2 and A3 Other sails in the store!!
Deck and Rig Equipment
2 x levels of swept back spreaders Carbon mast and black painted aluminium boom (new boom) Rigid vang Hydraulic backstay adjuster Retractable bowsprit Jib Inhaulers Carbon steering wheel + wheel cover New Dyneema running rigging, complete set, in 2020 New rod rigging in 2020 New boom cover in 2020
Nav Systems & Electronics
Raymarine Tactic instruments, log, speed, depth, wind 3 x Tactic Displays at mast Tactic cockpit displays Garmin GPS tracker with AIS Navicom VHF Steering compass Fusion stereo system Navigation lights
2 x single settee berths in saloon with lee cloths Double V-berth in forward cabin Forward facing chart table Galley with 2-burner stove 12v fridge Sink and storage Marine heads and wash basin
Manufacturers Brochure Description
Every now and then a new sailboat comes along that fulfills a real need in the market. The J/111 is a sleek, speedy, one-design 36 footer that is the ultimate day sailor, racer and weekender. J/111 is an easy-to-handle, comfortable sailboat that accelerates quickly, slices to windward at 7+ knots and hits double-digit speeds downwind. Performance to date in a wide variety of sailing conditions has been nothing short of remarkable. Efficient, Comfortable Cockpit Sailors spend more time in the cockpit than anywhere else, and this is where the J/111 shines. There's comfortable seating (with backrests) for six, easy movement afoot with floor mounted traveler and well positioned foot braces, an open transom for easy boarding, and large 60” wheel so the driver can comfortably sit on the high or low side, on any point of sail, yet still see the telltales and waves. All principal controls are led aft and the driver can adjust the mainsheet, traveler and backstay from the helm position. An optional dodger is available to give the crew additional weather protection to extend the season. Spacious Cruising Interior The J/111 has all the essentials below for comfortable overnights and short cruises. The main cabin features an open layout with L-shaped galley, forward facing nav station, a wet locker and two full length settee berths with option for additional fold-up sea-berths. Six can comfortably sit for dinner. Two spacious aft quarter berths are standard, as well as a private forward head and removable V-berth. Less Crew = More Sailing Sailboats that are easier to sail are sailed more often. It's that simple. A crew of two can fully manage the setting, jibing and dropping of the asymmetrical spinnaker where normally 5-6 are required to manage a conventional spinnaker. With a mainsail on slides, a furling jib and large wheel that gives you fingertip control, the J/111 can be off the dock and sailing in minutes. This is a boat you can sail with friends and do it with confidence and ease. With the J/111 , one's fun is not limited to coastal sailing. Whether double-handing to Mackinac, soloing to Bermuda or flying down the Baja coast with full crew, you can sail the J/111 with complete confidence and control.
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. It is not guaranteed that the safety gear listed on the specification comes within the manufacturer's safety guidelines i.e. expiry dates and servicing and is therefore sold as is.
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