The J 133 is the ideal mid-40s length racer/cruiser…and a winner of The Sailing World Magazine Overall Boat of the Year, J/133 is a yacht with the stability for short-handed cruising, race winning speed under IRC & PHRF, durability for rough offshore passages. Add in the retractable carbon bowsprit and flying and handling the asymmetrical spinnaker becomes a breeze.
Forgiveness is a well maintained boats and has done both racing and cruising. The original owner the Newport to Bermuda race three (3) times. Recently the boat has been sailed just for fun with family and friends the true J Boats mission: "Fast is Fun"
The boat is the dual-cabin dual-head layout with pilot berths in the main salon. She has the deluxe trim package which offers all of the bulkheads finished in cherry wood and both staterooms have slatted cherry wood walls. The cabin sole was recently replaced, the teak and holly sole is finished high gloss varnish which enhances the warmth and beauty of the interior of this boat.
Norman Davant: email, email@example.com; mobile, 510-685-7453
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Please contact Norman Davant at 510-523-8500
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Pearson Composites
Designer: Rod Johnstone
Warranty: 10 years
Hull Shape: Monohull
LOA: 43 ft 0 in
Beam: 12 ft 9 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: 5
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, providing an anti-osmosis warranty of 10 years
White gelcoat hull finish with integrated gelcoat double boot stripe and, cove stripe (upgrade) in Flag Blue
Off-white deck with 2 non-skid grey
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 space for an electric anchor windlass (optional)
2 side lockers in cockpit for storage of life-rafts
2 aft lazarette lockers
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, Rudder and Steering
Low VCG lead keel (7.50 draft), bolted and epoxy bonded to molded sump
Balanced, Carbon Fiber reinforced composite rudder blade and custom carbon fiber pre-preg rudder shaft mounted in self-aligning bearings
Edson Diamond Series aluminum steering wheel (60"), leather covered, on custom moulded pedestal, with well and drain
Ritchie Compass on wheel pedestal with s/s protection bar.
Two (2) Harken 60.2 AST self-tailing 2 speed primary winches
Two (2) Harken 48.2 STA self-tailing, 2 speed mainsheet winches
Two (2) Harken 48.2 STA self-tailing, 2 speed, secondary winches mounted on the cabin trunk
Main halyard winch is electric (Port Side)
Two (2) Harken 46.2 STA self-tailing , 2 speed forward halyard winches
Four (4) Harken Speedgrip lock-in winch handles with four PVC winch handle holders.
Custom Stainless mast collar with fastening points for halyard blocks
Harken “Black Magic” blocks for reef lines, spinnaker and genoa blocks
Harken stainless “ESP” halyard and reef blocks at mast collar
Spinlock rope clutches for halyards, reef lines, furler line, and tack line.
Harken mainsheet and traveler system with Black Magic series blocks & components
Harken adjustable jib/genoa car system with purchase system led to the cockpit.
Stainless bow pulpit and stern rail with gate
Custom stainless stemhead fitting
Tapered lifeline stanchions with amidship boarding gates port and starboard
Four (4) 10” 4-bolt mooring cleats
Three (3) articulated, acrylic Gebo hatches with screens
9 Gebo opening ports and one fixed port (over Nav station) on cabin trunk with screens
Two (2) Gebo opening ports with screens in cockpit well, one each for port and starboard aft cabins
Telescoping transom swimming ladder
Four (4) 16x24 polypropylene mesh line bags
Spars and Rigging
White Alwgrip painted Hall Spars carbon mast (pre-prey-autoclaved at 80 PSI at 250°), 2 sets of airfoil aluminum spreaders, and carbon gooseneck
Antal mainsail track for #40 cars with loader and end fittings to accommodate sailmaker provided mainsail sliders and/or boltrope. Also included with the mast are; Spartite mast wedge material, anchor light, steaming light,ORC mast attachment system to mast step
White Alwgrip painted 6061-T6 aluminum 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 G10 epoxy custom fit mast step attaches to molded centerline longitudinal hull stringer with four SS bolts tapped to integral aluminum plate.
Discontinuous Navtec rod rigging and turnbuckles (Nitronic 50).
Sailtec integral Hydraulic backstay adjuster with Spectra line to reduce weight, SS backstay also included.
Harken MKIII Unit 2.0 furling system with airfoil performance extrusion, corrosion proof spool and drum, tapered torque tube, AirSwivel for reduced weight aloof, cast aluminum Hardcote anodized chafe guard, and low stretch adjuster line
Retractable carbon bowsprit with adjustable watertight system: drain mounted in hull housing and exterior neoprene seal
Hall D-30 QuikVang boom vang with integral purchase system for a final ratio of 30:1
Optimized rigging package includes: two (2) jib halyards, two (2) spinnaker halyards each with Tylaska SS shackles, 1:1 or 2:1 main halyard of with Wichard shackle, Mainsheet and two traveler control adjuster lines, two (2) Spectra genoa sheets, two (2) tapered Spectra spinnaker sheets, Spectra spinnaker tack line, three reef lines: One continuous reef line to starboard. Tack reef #2 doubles as cunningham to port. Clew reef #2 is included with its own dedicated hardware.
Total Sail area 964 sq. ft.
I: 57.00 ft.
J: 17.25 ft.
P: 54.00 ft.
E: 18.60 ft.
ISP: 60.40 ft.
Electronics and Navigation
Electronics at Nav Station:
Two (2) B&G H2000 Displays
ICOM 402 VHF radio with ram mic at wheel
ICOM SSB Radio • AIS receiver
Raymarine E80 Chartplotter/GPS • Northstar GPS
Halcyon Compass • KVH Trackphone System 2012 • Stereo and CD player
Electronics at Helm:
Raymarine E80 at Helm
Electronics on Deck:
Three (3) B&G 20/20 displays on mast bracket
Two (2) B&G H2000 on seahood over companionway
B&G masthead unit •
Raymarine E80 Chartplotter/GPS
Removable Radar Pole Port aft corner of deck
Questus self leveling Radar antenna bracket
Yanmar 4JH4-E, water cooled, 4 cylinder, naturally aspirated, inboard 55 HP Saildrive diesel engine, with Racor Fuel filter and 125 amp Power Max alternator, with double diode and fresh water-cooling with heat exchanger
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 (located to starboard under aft berth) with baffles and access port, vent, and deck filler
Sound insulated engine compartment, ventilation pipes to the transom.
Flex-O-Fold Two-blade, geared folding propeller
Systems: Plumbing and Electrical
Manual bilge pump in cockpit
Electric bilge pump with switch from automatic to manual functioning with control and individual warning light.
Self-priming direct sump pump for Shower drain directly overboard with filter
Pressurized hot and cold water system includes hot water tank and accumulator tank
50 gallons of water standard in custom molded tank with baffles, inspection port, and secured in place below starboard main cabin settee berth
Refrigerator/Icebox drain with valve to bilge
Marelon seacocks below waterline including head intake, head discharge, head & galley sink drains
Through-hulls include bowsprit-housing drain, anchor locker drain, stainless engine exhaust on transom with rubber flap, bilge pump discharge on transom, wheel well drain, LPG locker drain
Standard system batteries include: 4 group 31 (210amp) deep cycle batteries to serve the house, and (1) Optima 1000 (1,100 CCA) battery for dedicated service to the engine. Batteries are Lifeline AGM sealed, absorbed glass matte type series
Battery Isolator with parallel switch to allow engine start from house bank
Galvanic Isolation Protection with Marina Group Option
Xantrex Link 20 Battery Monitor (Replaced Link 2000 with Marina Group Option)
Master battery switch at nav station
12V electrical panel with circuit breaker, fuel gauge, voltmeter and ammeter.
110V electrical panel, with circuit breaker
Halogen lights on ceilings and swiveling tulip lights in cabins
Ceiling light in heads
Navigation lights on pushpit and pulpit, steaming light and mooring light.
Bonding system to meet ABYC project E-4.5 and E-4.8 Lightning protection
DC (& optional AC) grounding systems to meet ABYC E-8 and E-9
110V Shorepower with cord
Main cabin has varnished cherry veneered bulkheads and furniture units, with cold molded and solid varnished trim (Deluxe trim package, upgrade)
Fore and aft cabins are finished with varnished cherry batten hull siding (Deluxe trim package, upgrade)
6’ 4” headroom in main cabin
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 hull, a watertight bow sprit enclosure and small vanity to starboard. Transducer access through small access area in teak and holly cabin floor
Forward head: There are access doors to main and forward cabins; Lower part of the head is integrally moulded for easier maintenance, with integral shower tray, sink and vanity with access below to seacocks, toilet roll holder. The sink is recessed in synthetic resin colored worktop, with rail for hand towel. Shower has pressurized hot and cold water; Marine WC; electric shower drain pump; Shelf along the hull side with mirror; and shower grating
Main cabin settee berths have split and bolstered backrest cushions port and starboard. Their are pilot berths outboard to both port and starboard above the settees all upholstery in blue diamond fabric.
Cabinet storage outboard of port & starboard settees each with two doors and mid-height bookshelf between (upgrade)
Varnished cherry wood slats on hull sides above settee backrests in main salon and nav station (Deluxe trim package, upgrade)
Storage compartments behind the seat backrest cushions
Vinyl lining on overhead
Removable teak & holly veneer floor panels finished in gloss varnish with underside and ends sealed with epoxy. ALL New 2013
Large, sit-down, forward facing Chart Table with chart storage, instrument panel, bookshelf and outboard storage shelf
Overhead stainless grab rails in main cabin to port and starboard
Aft Starboard Cabin: Double berth with cushions, vanity with drawers and cabinet, full length shelf, hanging locker, and gloss varnished teak & holly cabin sole
Aft Head offers sink, vanity and head with access to the aft cockpit locker or garage
Aft Port Cabin: Access through head or through cockpit locker with cushion for single berth
Gimballed Force 10 propane three (3) burner stove and oven with s/s protection bar
High polished Double S/S sink unit recessed in wheat-matrix Nevamar synthetic resin worktop with gloss varnished cold-molded cherry wood fiddles and integrated handrail
Pressurized hot and cold water and manual fresh water foot pump
Large 6.4 cu/ft moulded refrigerator/icebox, with double access, divider and storage shelf
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
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 wont 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, its 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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