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This J/125 is incredible! Warrior has just undergone extensive upgrades and improvements for offshore racing in preparation the 2010 Cabo race... and won first place overall in all ratings! The owner has spared nothing to make this the best J/125 and better than new in all aspects: strength, finish with a fast underbody! All work was professionally done and supervised by Carbon Race Products, Steve Dodd in Southern California. This incredibly meticulous owner gave Steve the order to make this the best prepared and flawless J/125 regardless of what it took. The list of optimizations is long and spared no details. "Warrior" has had a complete overhaul from top of the mast to the bottom of the keel. Take a look at the "upgrades & additions" under full specs and you will get an idea of the amount of time, efforts and dedication and care this boat has received from a crew of professionals bent on making it “perfect”. The 41 foot J/125 is as close to high performance big-boat sailing one can find in a boat that’s manageable (yes, even with spinnaker) by two or three people. J/125 is like a street-legal Indy 500 car that’s easier to drive than the family sedan. Joy in ownership (and investment) is a function of time spent sailing. Time sailing depends on how easy it is to be off “on the spur of the moment” inspired by a beautiful day without having to organize 8-10 crew.
Easy to Go Sailing - How easy? Throw off the cover and hoist the mainsail on slides from the cockpit using a 2:1 halyard purchase. Cast off and sail faster under mainsail alone than most boats under full canvas. Unroll the jib and fly upwind. Ready to really take off? Pull out the retractable carbon bowsprit. Hoist the spinnaker in its sock. Then from the cockpit, slide the sock up the sail to deploy the spinnaker. Trim the sheet. Hold on to your hats! To jibe, cast off one sheet and pull in the other. No need for anyone on the foredeck. To douse the spinnaker, cast off the sheet and pull the sock down over the sail from the cockpit. Stow when ready. Can you imagine the surprise of other sailors as you fly by them in 15 knots of breeze doing 10-12 knots?
Getting the Gun - One of the thrills J/125 owners experience frequently is being first-to-finish and getting the gun. The local crowd ashore assumes, as in other types of races, being first across the line determines the winner. J/125 upwind target speed is 7.8 - 8.0 knots. 10+ knots downwind is a daily occurrence. In fact we know of no other boat of its type and length that’s faster. Finding crew for weeknight and Saturday races is hardly a problem when you’re first to the party.
Stability & Seaworthiness The sense of solidity and power when sailing the J/125 is explained by J/125’s extraordinary stability index of 143 degrees with a stability curve ratio of positive to negative areas of 12.5:1. This greater stability is combined with a balanced hull-form with proper amounts of reserve buoyancy forward, capable of safer & controllable higher-speed planing offshore in large waves and providing a wider steering groove upwind for sustained peak performance by average helmspersons. No IMS rule-inspired hull form can match the high 4.72 length to beam ratio of this sea-kindly yacht nor the reserve buoyancy designed into her bow sections. High length to beam ratio insures straight tracking in rough seas and light steering loads. Sailboats with fine bows and full midship sections are more difficult to balance and more likely to spin out of control in big waves.
Please call Jeff Brown at 619.709.0697 or Kenyon Martin at 858.775.5937 to view this boat, or call the office at 619.224.6200.
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: J Boats
Designer: Rod Johnstone
Length at Waterline: 37 Beam: 10.6 Max Draft: 7.9 Ballast: 4,646 Displacement: 8,350
Total Power: 30
Yanmar Diesel 3GM30CxSD20 Saildrive. Bri-Ski 16 x 11 folding propeller.
Full Service completed April 2013
Hull & deck built with TPI patented SCRIMP vacuum resin infusion molding process. Hull has carbon fiber biaxial/unidirectional inner skin, biaxial Kevlar/E-glass hybrid outer skin and thermo-formed CoreCell linear structural foam core drilled for Pro-Set, or equivalent, epoxy resin. Deck has carbon/E glass/CoreCell/vinylester laminate with gelcoat finish. Hull & deck laminates meet ABS offshore yacht standards to be CE Mark Certified for Europe. E-glass/epoxy keel floors, mast step and longitudinal girder structural matrix molded using SCRIMP process and bonded and tabbed to hull with epoxy.(5) Composite transverse bulkheads at forepeak, forward head, main bulkhead, aft settee, and aft berth area built with molded e-glass/foam core & reinforced w/unidirectional carbon. Longitudinal hull stringers from forepeak bulkhead to main bulkhead P&S; from forepeak bulkhead to structural grid P&S. (2) foredeck stringers from forward end of coach roof to forepeak bulkhead. Local reinforcements in way of high load areas. Centerline stringer from structural grid to forepeak bulkhead incorporating mast step. Dual longitudinal cockpit support bulkheads from transom to aft bulkheads. Hull/Structure/Bulkheads are assembled tabbed painted and oven post-cured together at a peak 140 degrees during a total 25 hour curing cycle. Molded seahood with curved acrylic slider and drop board sliding in extruded PVC rails and equipped with inside/outside stainless hasp and combination lock. (2) Continuous ORC height toe-rails integrally molded with deck forward of mast. Removable 8.0 draft keel with high aspect nickel/aluminum/bronze alloy strut and lead bulb. Wide flange bolted into hull recess through solid carbon/E-glass backbone using ten 7/8" 316 grade stainless bolts.
Mechanical, Steering, Plumbing and Electrical
Yanmar Diesel 3GM30CxSD20 Saildrive. Bri-Ski 16 x 11 folding propeller. Recessed cockpit mounted engine panel with Spinlock single lever throttle/shift control. Engine housed in composite box in two sections with air intake vent at aft end and sound insulated interior surfaces. Wet type engine exhaust system with GRP stern tube and waterlock muffler. Single cartridge Racor fuel filter with shut off valve. Molded steering pedestal with binnacle cover, Ritchie SP-5 compass, Edson ultra-light racing components. Aluminum emergency tiller with deck plate access. Carbon fiber reinforced composite rudder blade & shaft mounted in JEFA composite rudder bearings. 20 gallon aluminum fuel tank located aft of engine box vented through transom with cockpit sole deck fill. 13 gallon fresh water capacity in bladder tank mounted under port settee bunk.
Cockpit operated Platismo manual bilge pump. Standard Rule 750 GPH electric bilge pump with manual override switch mounted in nav station. Chain plate, keel, engine, pulpits, lightning ground & bonding system. 110v shore power and battery charger
Whale manual fresh water foot pump in galley with spigot at sink. Flush seacocks below waterline including head intake, head discharge, galley sink, engine intake through-hulls include engine exhaust on transom, bilge pump exhaust on transom, wheel well drain. Solid laminate recess for electronics transducers with interior cover in cockpit.
Electronics & Other Equipment
Garmin 540 GPS VHF Radio with remote B&G Instruments 4 20/20 displays on mast Pilot display on steering pedestal Lewmar Winches Running Rigging
Deck and Hull
Deck Hardware (4) Lewmar 44AST 2 speed self-tailing secondary and mainsheet winches (6) Single Harken SpeedGrip winch handles Custom lightweight stainless bow pulpit with combination nav light below rail on centerline. Stern pulpits P&S with stern light. (10) Custom 24" tapered stanchions in custom hull mounts, 4 with inboard braces.
(6) Acrylic covered, padded lifeline tubes in color of deck non-skid. Stainless safety handrails mounted P&S on cabin trunk. Harken deck hardware package including big-boat mainsheet traveler system mid-range adjustable interconnected jib & genoa tracks, Black Magic sheet, halyard, checkstay and turning deck blocks. Lewmar size 60 Ocean series foredeck hatch. (6) Bomar opening ports, (4) opening ports on cabin house, (2) in cockpit well in q-berth areas. (4) Mooring cleats (4) Wichard outboard sheet lead and dockline folding padeyes. (7) Spinlock rope clutch-stoppers for halyards, cunningham and spinnaker tack line. Custom black Polypropylene mesh line bags in cockpit.
2010 North Offshore Main 3DL 600L with large roach, 1 reef, carbon battens, water reef, superlight film 2010 North Jib Top CZ 30, full size (155% LP) 2010 North 2A spinnaker: Contender SL50 2010 North Genoa Staysail: CZ 30 with HM luff rope set up for use with roller furler Recuts on all spinnakers to optimize for ORR and new main
2009 North 1.5A .5oz Superlite 50 2008 North 3DL Main w/Antal slides 2008 North 3DL L/M # 1 10850 cloth 2008 North 3DL H # 1 150% 14700 cloth 2008 North 3DL H # 2 142% 16800 cloth 2008 North 3DL H # 3 100% 19600 cloth 2008 North 3DL H # 4 19600 cloth 2008 North 2A .5oz AIRX 700 2008 North 3A 2008 North 4A .75oz AIRX 700 2008 Code 0 CZ 15 2000 3A .95oz AIRX 900 2000 2A .5oz AIRX 600 2000 UK Sails Practice Jib 100% 2000 Practice Genoa 150% 2000 Practice Main w/Antal slides 2000 Banks Sails Delivery Main Old Code 0
ULLMAN inventory (TRANSPAC 2013) 2013 Main Carbon has 2500 Miles's like new 2013 Code 0. 6 hrs 2013 2a. 3 days. Like new 2013 3a. 3 days. Like new 2013 4a. 4 days. Like new 2013 5a. 4 hrs. Like new
Mast, Boom & Sprit
Carbon mast with 2 spreaders, custom engineered by Hall Spars and built with epoxy pre-preg medium modulus carbon & autoclave curing to 80 psi at 250 degrees F. with new custom luff extrusion accepting either Antal sliding cars or boltrope, molded carbon gooseneck & vang attachment points. Mast Collar: SparTite mast chock system shipped loose. Mast Step: G10 epoxy custom fit mast step attaches to molded centerline longitudinal hull stringer with four SS bolts tapped to aluminum plate integrally molded in stringer. Hall Spars aluminum boom (black Awlgrip finish) with vang attachment, clew outhaul sheave, webbing strap for mainsheet block attachment, reef sheaves at gooseneck. Retractable 8.5 carbon J/sprit by Advanced Composites. Harken tackle system with control line led aft to cockpit. Bowsprit bearing system with drain mounted in hull housing and exterior neoprene seal.
Rigging and Running Rigging
Standing Rigging: Continuous Nitronic 50 rod built by Hall Rigging, w/lightweight Aramid backstay Hydraulic Backstay Adjuster: Sailtech 12 long throw (14) hydraulic cylinder with remote panel mounted on forward side of pedestal. Vang Master Air Vang with integral tackle system. Chain plates: custom stainless chain plates and fasteners for shrouds, stemhead and backstay with plate doublers at shroud pins
Headstay System: Tuff-Luff, 2nd stay with Facnor Furler
1 set of light air Spinnaker sheets 1 set of heavy air Spinnaker sheets 1 set of racing Jib sheets 1 set of practice Jib sheets 1 Tackline Spinnaker blocks Bowsprit blocks Code 0 tweaker
New jib and spinnaker sheets 2013
Areas forward of forepeak bulkhead and aft of aft bulkhead to be clear coated with Awlgrip. Molded interior component surfaces to be gelcoat, non molded surfaces to be painted. Head/Hanging locker molded unit including Raske & Meade head w/integral tank having Y-valve & overboard discharge. (2) Adjustable Q-berth area pipe berths with tackle systems (2) fixed settee berths with backrests and 4" bunk & 3" backrest cushions. Optional removable V-Berth platform.
Galley equipped with 7" deep individually molded sink mounted to main bulkhead, foot pump, 2 burner gimbaled Origo non-pressurized alcohol stove, utensil drawer and dry storage outboard. Hinged cabinet door with plastic latch to access storage below. P&S main cabin settee berths with molded riser and top with two flush access panels and divider support bulkhead. Composite backrests with three storage compartment openings outboard and shelf above. Longitudinal riser extends to aft Q-berth bulkhead to form divider/stiffener in aft berth area. Navigation table area with hinged top for 3-1/2" depth chart storage, storage drawer, & outboard cabinet with space for electronics and small bin storage. Cabin sole of 4 composite panels with gray two-tone nonskid surface. Stainless companionway ladder with composite non-skid treads.
Upgrades and Improvements
Entire boat has been painted from bottom of keel to top of mast
HULL: Faired keel to templates and added kelp cutter to front of keel New rudder over old post, new bearings and kelp cutter in rudder New Carbon Fiber quadrant and wheel Long blocked entire bottom to make perfectly fair Removable strut in front of saildrive to shed kelp and replacement filler piece for long races Bottom sanded to 600 wet/dry finish
TOPSIDES: Topside were blocked and painted with LP All holes were filled and faired and vents removed and hidden in other areas Hole was placed in bow for pole down line for code 0
DECK: All hardware removed and repaired or replaced Stanchions were bonded into shear to eliminate stainless brackets new stanchions All tracks received top and bottom plates Custom paint jobs with waterways around all hardware Custom bow toe rail and wenning attachments New bow pulpit and re-done stern pulpits New primary winches New sheet stoppers New jib tracks New turning blocks All hardware bolts were polished before installation Custom deck layout for Code 0
INTERIOR: All holes in interior were filled and only necessary holes were kept Entire interior including bilges were sanded and painted All new electrical custom panel w/minimal wiring Battery powered L.E.D interior lights All fasteners were polished Steering area was re-enforced New fuel tank Engine was removed, inspected and replaced
MAST: Carbon added to front of mast to stiffen section with engineering done by Hall Spars Entire mast was painted All new running rigging Custom masthead with integrated B&G wand Spartight at mast collar
Miscellaneous: Spare battens Racing headstay with Tuff Luff Tuff Luff parts 5 Harken winch handles 2 spare original primary winches Lewmar 48 selftailer Original bow pulpit Fortress FX23 Anchor Fortress FX16 Anchor with chain and line Boat hook 3 Radar reflectors Winslow 6 person life raft 9 Life jackets 1 Life ring Medical kit - Needs Update Binoculars De-humidifier Throttle handles Spare saildrive zincs 3 fire extinguishers, not mounted Large flare kit Emergency tiller Box of spare engine parts MOM 8A - man overboard mod.
Upgrades in 2009 and 2010
Rigging Upgrades: New main sheet 2 New pair jib sheets 2 New pair spin sheets 2nd tack line with Spinlock jammer and fairleads Both tack lines made 2-1 2 Rigworks remote trigger Tylaska 12s for tack lines Removed checkstays, not necessary with stiffened mast 4 Harken Hi-load snatch blocks Spinnaker blocks changed from single to fiddle (Harken) New traveller car and ball bearings 3:1 cunningham Doubled outhaul purchase to 12:1 Shortened boom 4 inches to clear wheel Changed traveller cleat angle to align with main trimmer Installed bobstay Shortened headstay 12 inches to allow forward mast rake in downwind races Two new longer headstay studs (302 stainless) to allow mast to return to previous rake for heavy wind/upwind
Electronic Upgrades: Installed 2 additional B&G FFDs (cabintop and nav station) Masthead VHF antenna Masthead tricolor 2nm (ORCA/Green Marine) New mast wiring, minimum gauge Xantrex LinkPRO Battery monitor Sony Marine Stereo w/Kenwood speakers 5Hz Garmin GPS antenna EPIRB mounted at companionway New water bladder and fresh water plumbing New 80amp Balmar alternator and regulator installed 02/10
Accommodation and Interior Upgrades: Stainless steel bunk mounts removed and new carbon bunk mounts installed with a 2nd bunk on each side (4 pipe berths total) 2 new pipe berths fabricated New mesh on all pipe berths Leecloths for settee berths (Sunbrella, gray) Cushion covers (sunbrella, gray) Custom carbon fiber handholds in main cabin on existing bolts for exterior handrails Light shield in companionway and aft-facing ports for night races Galley bag fabricated and installed Sunglass holder fabricated and installed Hanging line in forward cabin New custom butane racing stove (<1kg) on existing mounts Custom interior lighting (red and white lights)
Miscellaneous: Stainless steel rudder collar replaced aluminum collar 11/09 New rudder bearing balls and rollers 11/09 Jacklines Dyneema lifelines for offshore racing New shifter/throttle assembly 11/09 Helper solinoid for engine starter
Upgrades in 2012 and 2013
2012 - Add lithium battery 280 amp size - Add 150 KVH broadband system - New code 6 main from North Sails - New emergency rudder system cassette with drop in rudder blade - Install spectra 150 water maker - Re coated. Mast and Boom (black awlgrip) - Misc canvas items Boom, Mast, Rudder, Spreaders sleeves - Installed sheet hanger at fwd port locker - Installed custom wood surround cutting board at stove
2013 - New sail inventory from Ullman, Main, code 0, 2a, 3a, 4a, 5a New sheets, Various rigging, roller furling for code 0. - Recertified all B&G screens plus added unit at helm station - Rebuilt auto pilot - New AIS system complete with man overboard button - New toilet - Serviced engine - Reinforced fwd rigframe bulkhead at Sprit (Carbon) - Reinforced lower bobstay mont area at interior (Carbon)
- Custom gooseneck/fifth wheel trailer with hull conforming bunks and removable cradle system. Boat rides low with keel off, can be easily reconfigured with riser for dry sail cradle option - Aluminum Diamond Plate storage boxes at front and back of trailer - Mechanics tool boxes inside forward storage box
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.
Interested in this boat?Toll-free: 866-343-2702Tel: 619-224-6200