KAYA is a very successful J/122. This Grand Prix version, with deeper than standard keel and carbon mast, has been kept up to date and benefits from a refit in 2017. The large wardrobe of sails is mostly new and in good condition. This yacht has been optimized for IRC racing with a conventional spinnaker pole. If you are looking for a competitive race boat, ready to go with all the latest equipment, look no further. Yacht now ashore at Swanwick and available for viewing 7 days a week. Part Exchange welcome.
Boat Name: KAYA Year: 2007 Builder: J/Europe Engine: Volvo Penta D2-40 Version: 3 x cabins 1 x heads Location: Swanwick Marina
LOA: 40 ft 0 in / 12.19m LWL: 34 ft 7 in / 10.55m Beam: 11 ft 9 in / 3.63m Draft: 7 ft 8 in / 2.40m (cast iron fin keel with lead bulb) Displ: 6800kg
Volvo Penta D2-40 inboard 40hp diesel Full Volvo Penta instrumentation and single lever control Sail drive Folding propeller Tankage: Fuel capacity: 130 litres in aluminium tank Water capacity: 172 litres Holding tank
12v electrical system 2 x 80 amp/hr domestic batteries (new 2016) 1 x 70 amp/hr engine battery 115 amp/hr alternator, distribution panel, isolator switches + console socket 230v shore supply with cabin sockets and battery charger (new 2016) Automatic electric bilge pump Pressurised hot and cold water system (calorifier / immersion) Sony CD / radio player with cockpit speakers
Hall Spars carbon fibre keel stepped mast with double swept back spreaders and adjustable mast step (mast jacks and shims permanently connected and bolted in to saloon table) Carbon racing boom with solid vang Carbon wheel in lieu of standard Carbon textile backstay Carbon Tuff Luff twin groove headfoil Discontinuous s/s rod standing rigging with Sailtec hydraulic backstay adjuster (new 2017) High performance braid running rigging Harken deck gear including mainsheet traveller and adjustable jib tracks Harken 50ST 2-speed primary winches (2) Harken 46ST 2-speed secondary / spinnaker winches (2) Harken 46ST 2-speed halyard / reef line winches (2) with Antal clutches (8) on coachroof Lewmar wheel steering with self-aligning performance rudder bearings and emergency tiller Anchor with chain and warp Warps and fenders Swim ladder
The boat is symmetrically and asymmetrically rigged with spinnaker pole and bowsprit. The bowsprit is currently not fitted. North UK 3Di carbon main - May 2017 6 x symmetric spinnakers - newest September 2016 North UK 3Di No. 2/3 cut for 10/25 knots - September 2016 6 x other jibs of various ages Asymmetric spinnaker 2 x French hi tech mainsails - one like new Full set of cruising sails
Sprayhood Wheel / pedestal cover (new 2017 Mainsail cover (new 2017)
Spacious satin mahogany interior with accommodation for up to 10 crew in 4 cabins including the saloon Forward cabin with V-berth and deck hatch Separate heads compartment with Jabsco marine w.c. Wash basin and shower, direct access to forward cabin Open plan saloon with large, full width dinette arrangement forward 2 x settee berths with 2 x pilot berths L-shaped galley to starboard with gimballed 2-burner gas cooker / oven 2 x s/s sinks with hot and cold pressurised water Top loading chest fridge and waste bin Chart table opposite Twin aft cabins with large double berths Overhead deck / ventilation hatches and opening port lights in all cabins provide adequate ventilation Companionway steps up to a large well laid out self-draining cockpit with good access to side decks Good stowage throughout including hanging lockers in fore and aft cabins 2 x cockpit lockers and removable transom locker
GPS - Touch screen Ray Marine plotter at helm which rotates for vision on both tacks (2013) 3 x Tack Tick mast displays - multi function 4 x cockpit instrument displays Hand held remote control - multi function Autopilot VHF DSC - AIS
6-man Ocean Safety liferaft in valise (requires servicing) Lifebelt with light Flare pack Manual fire extinguishers (2) Manual Whale bilge pump Electric bilge pump Fire blanket First aid kit
'KAYA' was bought in the Med in 2012 and is French TVA paid. She is the Grand Prix version with the narrower, deeper keel and carbon mast. Results: Med Cup 2nd 2008 - Med Cup 3rd 2009 - Winner J Cup Hamble 2013 - Winner Jersey Regatta 2014 - Winner Channel Island inter island race 2015 overall and Class (80 boats) - Winner Jersey Regatta and Channel Island IRC championship 2016. These are just a few of the boat's successes, we have successfully campaigned the boat in the Channel Islands since 2017 and have pretty much won every major event / race in our area.
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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