The international J105 is a fixed keel one design racing sailboat. It was the first production boat featuring a retractable bowsprit which allows for unusually large asymmetrical spinnaker. She is regarded as a fast design with a clean deck layout that was selected for both of the year in 1992. The concept behind the company that built the boats was to have something that was fun, easy to sail , possibly shorthanded as well racing in one design fleets. Cruising is an option in the J105 by adding the dodger, having roller reefing, a large open concept cockpit, as well as a very convenient swim ladder hinged off the transom. The J105 has the stability, rig and sail controls to handle 15-20 knot winds without the need of reefing, as well she’s built with the strength and seaworthiness for oceangoing passages.
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Werf: J Boats Waterline Systems
Ontwerper: Rod Johnstone
Kiel: Fin kiel
Romp type: Planeren
Lengte over alles: 34 ft 6 in
Breedte: 11 ft 0 in
Lengte over water: 29 ft 6 in
Maximum diepgang: 6 ft 6 in
Waterverplaatsing: 7750 lbs Niet Geladen
Ballast: 3400 lbs
Sta hoogte: 5 ft 0 in
Totaal vermogen: 18 HP
Merk motor: Yanmar
Type motor: 2GM
Type motor: Binnenboord
Schroef: Klap schroef
Type aandrijving: Directe aandrijving
Motorvermogen: 18 HP
Kruissnelheid: 6 Knots
Maximum snelheid: 14 Knots
Aantal watertanks: (5 Gallons)
Aantal brandstoftanks: (12 Gallons)
Aantal enkele bedden: 2
Aantal dubbele bedden: 1
Aantal toiletten: 1
Why Should You Buy This Boat
Imagine heading down to the shoreline or marina, hearing the slap of the rigging and seeing the boats happily bobbing, ready and willing to get away from the dock. One boat in particular stands out, and that is the J105. She floats high in the water with a very gentle motion. She has a large, open cockpit and seems to be calling out “Come! Let’s go sailing!”
Sailing is the ultimate freedom, the experience of being at one with nature and the sea, powered only by the wind and one's imagination. Sailing is one of the few "life sports" that offers both a relaxing escape as well as an invigorating challenge. You pick your own level of comfort and adventure. The world is your oyster—it’s time to get out on the water!
The international J105 is a fixed keel one design racing sailboat. It was the first production boat featuring a retractable bowsprit which allows for unusually large asymmetrical spinnaker.
She is regarded as a fast design with a clean deck layout that was selected for both of the year in 1992. The concept behind the company that built the boats was to have something that was fun, easy to sail , possibly shorthanded as well racing in one design fleets.
Cruising is an option in the J105 by adding the dodger, having roller reefing, a large open concept cockpit, as well as a very convenient swim ladder hinged off the transom. The J105 has the stability, rig and sail controls to handle 15-20 knot winds without the need of reefing, as well she’s built with the strength and seaworthiness for oceangoing passages.
Hull and Deck Construction
Lloyd's approved, aircraft grade AL600 epoxy coated CK57 (6 lbs./cu.ft.) Baltek end-grained balsa laminate construction using polyester resin and biaxial glass fabrics. A vinylester resin barrier coat allows a ten-year hull warranty against blisters.
White gel coat hull with single (1.50" to 3.00") tapered bootstripe.
Large sit-in cockpit with 6.5' seats with backrests, suitable for cockpit cushions.
One lazarette locker and two cockpit seat lockers w/flush spring loaded latches.
Swimming and boarding platform sculptured into transom with integral ladder.
Cockpit coamings 2.5" high over sidedecks to channel water aft.
Molded companionway slide-in seahood w/dodger boss/instrument pod.
ORC size molded-in foredeck toe-rails.
Stainless steel handrails on cabin trunk.
GRP molded main structural bulkhead, bonded fore & aft on hull and deck as support for shroud chainplates with single opening to forepeak.
Fore & aft and transverse keel support beams vacuum bagged to hull.
Fabricated aluminum mast step with transverse beams fastened to main bulkhead.
46:1 two speed self tailing primary winches.
35:1 two speed self tailing secondary winches on cabin trunk.
Two double rope clutches aft on the cabin top. Port is main halyard and jib halyard. Starboard is for cunningham/reef and spinnaker halyard.
Two jib sheet cars on a 3 foot 32mm clear anodized "T" track (P&S) with aft end stops.
Camcleat for headsail furler.
Side mounted rope clutch for spinnaker tack line.
Traveler track recessed in cockpit seat with 4:1 adjustment system.
6:1 racing mainsheet system led to a center-mounted heavy duty swivel base with single ratchet and camcleat aft of traveler; and a 24:1 fine tune system cleated to a swivel base with camcleat on front side of traveler.
Custom double-rail stainless bow pulpit and dual corner stern rails with transom gate.
Low profile headsail furler mounted on stemhead with control line aft to port side of cabin trunk where tail can be used on primary winch.
Tapered lifeline stanchions with heavy duty deck plates.
Four 4-bolt mooring cleats.
Double foot blocks to lead spinnaker/jib sheets to the cockpit or cabin house.
Cams for lazy spin sheets, mounted aft of primary winches.
Two heavy duty "U" bolts aft for spinnaker sheet blocks.
20x20 articulated foredeck hatch.
10x10 vent hatch in head.
Opening ports in sides of cabin trunk.
Light weight, cored, low-profile companionway sliding hatch and acrylic offshore dropboard with inside/outside opening hasp.
Cockpit operated bilge pump.
Custom SS chainplates, stemhead and backstay tang.
Main Cunningham/Reef block on reef hook for single line reefing system.
Spars and Rigging
Tapered aluminum, fractional-rig mast with double airfoil spreaders, plus boom in anodized finish
Nitronic 50 rod rigging with calibrated turnbuckles.
Integral hydraulic backstay adjuster with 9.5" throw for -6 rod backstay.
Rigid boomvang with integral cleating.
Main boom with #1 reef stopper to port and #2 reef sheave on starboard side to double as Cunningham.
12:1 internal mainsail outhaul on boom.
Complete running rigging package
Keel and Rudder
Faired lead & antimony fixed 6.5' draft, fin keel with bulb bolted to a deep molded stub.
Balanced spade rudder constructed using "E" glass.
SS shaft mounted in self aligning rudder bearings.
Yammer 2GM Diesel
16 Horse Power
emergency VHF antenna
Rig cutting gear
Folding Boarding ladder
2 Fire Extinguishers
1 CO2 Detector
2 Hand Held Horns
1 Handheld Spotlight
First Aid Kit
1 Main Anchor and Rode
1 Hand Held VHF 1/ Ships Radio
1 Boat Hook
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.