Kapalua is well maintained and is well equipped with many options. This boat has the 2 cabin/2 head layout which offers a very large owners cabin forward and comfortable aft cabin. From the aft head you have walk thru access to the port lazarette.
If you own a boat that is fast in light wind, is stable in a breeze, and can be sailed single-handed, chances are you’ll spend a lot more time sailing. And if one’s happiness is directly proportional to one’s sailing time, then we think J/133 will be the source of many smiles. J/133- the ultimate combination for day sailing, racing and cruising anywhere in the world.
Packages and Options Included on Kapalua
Marina Group: 30 amp shore power system; 110 outlets in galley, nav station, forward head and port aft head/cabin, Xantrex 20 inverter and (2) add'l 105 amp AGM batteries
Comfort Package: 2 white vinyl cockpit cushions, 3 white vinyl helmsman cushions, 4 helmsman lifeline pads and J/133 sail cover with a logo centered in the cover in Sunbrella, Captains Navy
Anchoring Package: Lewmar Concept Windlass (gypsy only), Custom Removable Bow Roller and Treadmaster deck protection for rode
Deluxe Trim Package: Cherry hull siding in the forward and aft cabins
Systems Group: Belowdecks manual bilge pump, 40 gal. bladder water tank under aft quarter berth and Seagull water purifier in galley
Espar Ocean Heater
SSB Ground Plate
Electric Primary and Halyard winches
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: TPI Composites
Designer: Rod Johnstone
Warranty: 10 years
Flag of Registry: United States
Hull Shape: Monohull
LOA: 43 ft 0 in
Beam: 12 ft 10 in
LWL: 37 ft 10 in
Maximum Draft: 7 ft 6 in
Displacement: 17900 lbs
Ballast: 7300 lbs
Headroom: 6 ft 4 in
Dry Weight: 17900 lbs
Number of single berths: 2
Number of double berths: 2
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 2
Hull and Deck Construction
The hull and deck are laminated with high quality materials : Sandwich construction using uni-and multi-directional glass, low density balsa core, vinylester resin and the “SCRIMP” patented resin infusion process
Bottom, raced faired to templates in 2005; Trinidad SR, burnished Oct 2013
White gelcoat hull finish with integrated gelcoat, Flag Blue double boot stripe, plus additional 1" boot stripe and 1/2" Cove Strip (upgrades)
Off-white deck with 2 tone non-skid in Smoke White (upgrade)
Hull-to-deck joint is bonded with a methacrylate structural adhesive.
Transverse/longitudinal grids and mast step are infused as part of the hull moulding
SCRIMP infusion moulded, main bulkhead.
All intermediate bulkheads are glassed to hull and deck for strength and stiffness.
ORC legal foredeck toe rails are an integral part of the deck moulding.
Large capacity self draining foredeck chain locker, with upgrade, Lewmar Concept Windlass (gypsy only) electric anchor windlass, custom removable bow roller and tread master deck protection
1 gas bottle locker, self draining with space for 2 bottles.
Instrument pod on the sliding hatch w/ integrated mountings for sprayhood attachment
Transom platform with removable swimming ladder
Keel and Rudder
Low VCG lead keel, Max Draft: 7' 6" ft, bolted and epoxy bonded to molded sump. Balanced, high aspect composite rudder using uni and multi-directional glass.
Carbon fiber pre-preg rudder shaft
Aluminum steering wheel (5.26’), leather covered, on custom moulded pedestal, with well and drain.
Moled steering pedestal with Ritchie binnacle compass, SS Guard
Teak helmsman foot braces
Aluminum emergency tiller with deck plate access
Spars and Rigging
White Alwgrip painted Hall Spars carbon mast (pre-impregnated-autoclaved), 2 sets of double airfoil aluminum spreaders, carbon gooseneck, with Antal mainsail track
White Alwgrip painted aluminium boom, with 12:1 outhaul purchase system, mainsail reef lines sheaves, internal mainsheet anchorage point and forward articulated blocks to deck.
Mast deck ring with custom moulded resin wedge, adjustable mast step.
Navtec Discontinuous rod rigging and turnbuckles (Nitronic 50).
Sailtec integral hydraulic backstay adjuster
Harken Unit 2.0 furling system
Hall Spars Retractable carbon bowsprit with adjustable watertight system
Quick Vang rigid boomvang with integral purchase system for a final ratio of 30:1
Inner forestay mast prep (no deck fitting)
Harken Whisker pole track
Stern carbon pole for radar
Custom fixed Carbon sprit/anchor roller for Code 0
Custom carbon emergency rudder
2:1 Code 0 Dyneema halyard
Mast Bracket for MF Displays
2 two speed self-tailing Electric primary winches (upgrade)
2 two speed self-tailing mainsheet winches
1 two speed self-tailing Electric secondary winch on aft end of coach roof for main halyard (upgrade)
1 two speed self-tailing secondary winch on aft end of coach roof
Custom Stainless mast collar with fastening points for halyard blocks
Harken mainsheet system and traveler system
Harken adjustable jib/genoa car system with purchase system led to cockpit
Spinlock rope clutches for halyard, reef lines, furled line, and tack line
Bowsprit control line
2 forward mooring cleats
2 aft mooring cleats
Custom SS stemhead fitting with tack fitting and attachment studs for bow roller.
SS chainplates for shrouds and backstay.
1 foredeck opening hatch (600 x 600 mm) with vent.
Opening skylight hatches & portlights distributed in head, forward, main & aft cabins.
Large companionway spray hood with removable sides and opening front (Captains Navy)
SS handrails on top of coach roof.
Double SS rail pulpit and pushpit with gate
All around stainless lifelines, 10 stanchions including 6 with reinforcing leg.
Acrylic companionway wash board with lock and vent
Anchoring Package: Lewmar Concept Windlass (gypsy only), Custom Removable Bow Roller and Treadmaster deck protection for rode
Windlass remote in cockpit
Masthead VHF antenna
Windspar masthead unit, Ockam ultralight cable
B&G Hercules CPU & Pilot
B&G Halcyon gyro compass
B&G 20/20 x 2 on mast
B&G FFD x 2 above companionway + 1 at nav
B&G Analog Wind above companionway
B&G Pilot control x 2 (companionway, helm)
B&G Pilot remote control
CD player & speakers
12V LED flat panel TV
Cell phone antenna and amplifier
ICOM M802 SSB
ICOM M604 VHF
Raymarine e125 & e95 GPS, external antenna
Raymarine R418D Radar
Raymarine AIS650 Transceiver
IJPE : 964.00 sq ft
Working Sail Area : 964.00 sq ft
North Marathon 3DL full batten main
North Marathon 3DL 105% jib, 2012
North G0 cruising Code 0 + Harken furler
North cruising spinnaker
North Lazy bag & Lazy jacks
Yanmar 56 HP 4JH3-E fresh water cooled, 4 cylinder, Saildrive SD-40 diesel engine, Racor fuel filter, and 125 AMP Power Max alternator. Engine hours approx. 380
Engine control panel recessed in cockpit, with plexiglass protection, including rev. counter, hour meter and alarms for oil pressure, low voltage and water temperature.
45 gallon aluminum fuel tank under port settee
Sound insulated engine compartment, ventilation pipes to the transom.
Flex-O-Fold Two-blade, geared folding propeller
Espar Ocean Heater System
1 Optima engine battery
Electrical and Plumbing
12V electrical panel
110V electrical panel, with circuit breaker
Xantrex 20 inverter
Link 2000 battery monitor
30 AMP 110V Shore power system with 50' cord
4 x 105AH AGM house batteries
1x Optima engine battery
100W solar panel, light weight, on adjustable carbon pole
Halogen lights on ceilings and swiveling tulip lights in cabins. Ceiling light in heads-LED lights throughout
Navigation lights on pushpit and pulpit, steaming light and mooring light.
Rig grounded for protection against lightning
Solar panel mounted on the stern
Manual bilge pump in cockpit
Electric bilge pump with switch from automatic to manual functioning with control
Shower drain pump with filter.
Hot and Cold Pressurized water system
50 gallons of water standard in custom molded tank with baffles, inspection port, plus 40 gal bladder (included in Systems Group)
MAIN CABIN with varnished cherry veneered bulkheads and furniture units with cold molded and solid varnish trim. 6' 4" headroom in main cabin.
Settee/berths to port and starboard with split and bolstered backrest cushions upholstered in Indigo Ultra Suede (upgrade)
Varnished cherry wood slats on hull sides above settee backrests and nav station
Varnished cherry drop leaf table with cold moulded fiddles, bottle storage in centre fixed part.
Large storage lockers behind backrests.
Vinyl Lining on overhead
Overhead S/S handrails to port and starboard
Cabinet storage outboard of port and starboard settees each with two (2) doors and mid-height bookshelves between
Removable teak and holly veneer floor panels finished in varnish with underside and ends sealed with epoxy
FORWARD CABIN includes a hanging locker, vanity with cabinet and drawers and changing seat to port, a large V-Berth platform with hinged access to storage below, port side shelf on jul, a watertight bow sprit enclosure and small vanity to starboard. Transducer access through small access area in cabin sole.
Access door to head, large hanging locker, desk with storage above and below.
Cherry hull siding (upgrade)
Large double berth upholstered in Newport Blue fabric, with lockers below.
Locker and bookshelf on starboard side.
Shelf above berth on port side.
Access door to main cabin and forward heads
Access door from forward cabin
Lower part integrally moulded for easier maintenance, with integral shower tray, sink with access below to seacocks, toilet roll holder.
Sink molded unit
Shower with pressurized hot and cold water.
Electric shower drain pump.
Shelf along the hull side with mirror.
AFT CABIN to starboard has double berth with cushions upholstered in Newport Blue, cherry hull siding (upgrade) vanity with drawers and cabinet, full length shelf, hanging locker, and varnished teak and holly cabin sole
Access door to main cabin
Large hanging locker and locker with doors, storage below and above
Access door to engine
Fuel tank under Starboard berth
AFT HEAD to port with walkthrough to cockpit storage locker, wet locker outboard of head, jacket storage behind door, Y-valve for overboard and tank, manual pump-out for the holding tank; holding tank located on shelf in storage locker, self priming direct sump pump for shower draining directly overboard, molded sink and vanity, hot and cold pressurized water.
CHART TABLE (to port) offers large sit-down forward facing nav table with chart storage, instrument panel, bookshelf and outboard storage shelf.
Large chart table facing forward.
Chart storage under table lid & pencil box.
Locker under chart table
Large hinged instrument panel with electric display
U-SHAPED GALLEY (to starboard)
Gimballed Force 10 propane three (3) burner stove with oven, with S/S protection bar
Microwave Oven (upgrade)
Hight polished double S/S sink unit remounted in wheat-matrix Nevamar laminated "J" shaped galley countertop with varnished cold-molded fiddles
Pressurized hot and cold water
Large 6.5 cu/ft moulded icebox/Technautics refrigerator/freezer with dual hinged top, and internal acrylic sliding shelf/divider
4 utensils drawers
Large storage under drawers
Storage under sink with shelf
Trash bin with direct access from worktop
Full length locker outboard of galley worktop with crockery storage system.
Cold moulded fiddle around the edge of the worktop with integrated handrail.
White Formica finish for better wear resistance.
Open fronted locker for storage of deck gear.
Steps with angled treads between bulkheads.
Handrails integrated in bulkheads.
Safety and Miscellaneous Gear
Full emergency/medical gear, ditch bag
Full tool kit, sail repair, engine spares, etc.
Hydraulic rigging cutter
Mobri radar reflector
Automatic engine fire extinguisher
ACR 406 GPS EPIRB
ACR 406 GPS PLB
Handheld GPS VHF radio
Winslow Racing Offshore life raft - refit done in 2014
Mom8 - refit in 2014
Lewmar Claw & Danforth anchors
Inflatable Life jackets (4)
Settee berth lee cloths
Steiner 7x50 Commander binoculars
West marine 9' High pressure floor dinghy
Honda 2.5HP 4 stroke
Docking and mooring lines, etc.
Hella 12V fans x 5
Canvas wheel, and sail covers
Manufacturer Provided Description
J/133 has the stability for shorthanded cruising, race-winning speed under IRC, AMERICAP II or PHRF, durability for rough offshore passages and a retractable sprit that makes big crews obsolete. J/133 combines the cruising comfort of the popular J/46 but with more powerful performance ratios and an easier to manage sailplan for better race results with fewer and less experienced crew, particularly in the light airs so frequently encountered during summer on the Great Lakes and East Coast in the US. Not to say J/133 won?t perform in a breeze. Her lower center of gravity with lead keel bulb and carbon rig comes into play in those conditions. Prototype of the design concept is the new J/109, winning the Atlantic Cup in France for best overall performance of any boat in IRC during 4 major regattas; winning a gale ridden, double-handed Round Britain Race overall as one of only 8 finishers among 38 starters; Overall winner Cowes Week under IRC and, winner Overall of the Middle Sea Race marathon around Sicily. A proven concept. With nearly 1,800 J/Sprit boats launched in the past decade, sailing with asymmetric spinnakers is now firmly entrenched and J/Boats is leading the charge. In famous sailing venues like Annapolis, Newport, San Francisco Bay and the Solent, it?s now commonplace to see more asymmetric spinnakers than conventional; and for good reason. A-sails are easier. With J/133, the ease of going fast with less crew is combined with a classic, sea-going J cruising interior, to produce a boat as comfortable to sleep aboard as she is to sail. Like her stablemates, J/133 is designed for blazing speed with fingertip control, whether carving through waves upwind in 12 knots or surfing with double-reefed main in a squall. Long waterline length combined with narrow waterline beam results in a hull that tracks well through the waves with only minimal input from the wheel.
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.
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