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The J-24 has a non-skid deck for better traction, less wood for easier maintenance (J-24 sailors prefer to sail), moulded V-berth air tank for greater safety, precise keel placement, the latest deck layout for optimum sailing efficiency, and a one-piece hull mould, and faired blades, to reduce race preparation time. J-24 stands the test of time. A well-prepared 1977 model, built to the same shape and weight with rigid, Baltek-cored construction, can still win the worlds, even after 30,000 miles of trailering. J-24 is for everyone, age 12 to 80, no matter what their style: racing, daysailing, or cruising. Her flared topsides make her dry on deck. Her "weekender" cabin makes it possible to get warm on cold days, and she can be sailed easily by one person with only the mainsail. The international J-24 is the only offshore one-design sanctioned for world competition.
J - 24 Specifications - Standard Equipment Construction - Lloyds approved Baltek end grained balsa core laminate construction, using hand laid-up glass in both hull & deck. - Hulls molded in one piece permitting exceptional consistency in fairness and finish. - #VE8110 Vinylester resin in outer hull skin for 10 year transferable blister warranty. - Full structural main bulkhead glassed to hull & deck. - Heavy duty stainless chainplates bolted to main bulkhead. - Anodized aluminum mast bearing beam, glassed to hull and grounded to keel. - Low maintenance, molded V-berth unit bonded to the hull to form watertight compartment. - Former cockpit lockers sealed on outside for increased safety. Entry to aft storage in aft bulkhead. - Transom hung Waterline Systems faired rudder with stainless gudgeon - pintles. - Lead & antimony 950 lb. fin keel affixed towards maximum forward tolerance in class rules, faired by Waterline Systems and coated with epoxy primer. - Self-bailing cockpit. - White gelcoat hull and deck. - Molded positive traction non-skid surface on deck. - "Finished" deck edge bonded and bolted to hull. - Low maintenance white thermoplastic toe rail bonded to the deck with two-part 3M 3532 bonding adhesive. Deck Hardware & Running Rigging - Waterline Systems optimized hardware layout. - Two Harken two speed primary winches mounted on molded winch pads with winch handle and plastic holder. - One set of black anodized jib tracks, with adjustment holes and two Schaefer jib blocks. - One set of black anodized genoa tracks, with adjustment holes and two Harken ratchets on sliding cars. - One continuous genoa sheet. - Harken Windward Sheeting traveler car with two traveler control lines. - Harken 4-part mainsheet system with anodized aluminum traveler bar with welded foot brace. - 8:1 boom vang with strop and Harken hardware. - Main halyard with Wichard shackle, cleated on the portside of mast to horn cleat. - Tapered genoa halyard with snap shackle, cleated through double Harken cams on starboard side of mast. Halyard tail led through deck mounted Harken ratchet. - Two Spinnaker sheets each led through Harken cheek and ratchet blocks attached to stanchion bases and cleated through Harken cams. - Spinnaker halyard with cleat on starboard side of mast. - Pole topping lift led to Harken swivel cam on seahood. - One continuous spinnaker twing line with Harken hardware. - 2:1 adjustable backstay led to both sides of cockpit through Harken cams with low profile eyes. - 2:1 double-ended Cunningham with wire strop and hock assembly and Harken hardware. - Tapered, anodized Sparcraft aluminum racing mast with airfoil spreaders, thru-bar spreader bracket, Gibb "T" terminals, and black measurement hands - Three sets of holes at 1-2" intervals in mast bearing beam with two stainless fastpins for easy adjustment. - Bonded stainless rigging with Dyform upper and lower shrouds and backstay, with Ronstan calibrated turnbuckles on uppers and lowers. - Anodized Kenyon aluminum boom with Harken 5:1 internal outhaul and adjustable reef line. - Carbon fiber spinnaker pole - Ronstan 32" tiller extension with neoprene joint attached to a Karl's Boat Shop custom laminated wood tiller with stainless straps. - Stainless bow pulpit and stern pulpit with Class minimum 20" stanchions and single lifelines. - Bomar foredeck hatch mounted with lid opening forward - White main hatch with molded seahood which slides on white PVC runners. - Seahood inspection port for lifting strap access to keel - Bow mooring eye and two bow chocks. - Heavy duty stainless stemhead fitting with Nicro snap shackle for genoa tack - Two four-bolt mooring cleats aft. - Bow and stern navigation lights. - Lightweight fixed outboard bracket. Interior - Teak and holly synthetic cabin sole. - Two adult size settee berths with large storage area below. - Large forward V-berth, with two access boards above mast step area and three inspection ports for access into V-berth compartment. - Waterproof interior lights, 3 function electrical panel and 12 volt battery. - Molded sink with two flexible water tanks in cabinet below. - Dry goods storage cabinet above sink. - Storage cabinet to port above molded battery box. - Cabinet doors (3) are watertight Bomar. - Molded open storage shelves above settee berths. - Molded step box with teak lid. - Stainless lifting bar bolted to keel for hoisting. - Lexan 3-8 companionway board on white PVC runners with removable hasp permitting boat to be locked and unlocked from below.
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