Only 2 very careful owners for this 2007 J Boats 109. The second and current owner took her over in 2012 and sailed her with his family over summer and some regattas in winter time. Quick and responsive, powerful yet stable, and pure magic to sail, the J/109 is what sailing is all about. With its sailing-friendly deck layout and cockpit, the J/109 is as easy to manage offshore as she is entertaining dinner guests on the mooring.
You'll find plenty of beautiful, functional space belowdecks for relaxing and entertaining. The J/109 saloon features two full-length settee berths and a drop-leaf varnished table providing flex dining for up to six people. The L-shaped galley, with a double stainless sin, large icebox, and gimbaled propane stove/oven is secure in a seaway and close to the companionway. The large, forward-facing navigation station has convenient table-top and cabinet storage and easy-access hinge-down panels for a suite of electronics. Two double cabin (1 port, 1 forward) and one toilet with shower and marine head.
The J/109 even if has logged impressive race wins in some of the world's most prestigious events - including the Rolex Fastnet Race, Newport-Bermuda Race, Chicago-Mac Race, and the Rolex Caribbean 600 and Middle Sea Races, can be easily sailed by a cruising couple or a family crew.
We have just been on board for the photo shooting and she is now ready to write a new chapter in the hands of her next owner!
Sails 2007 X Voiles
Demi-battened main sail (mylar taffetas) 50% use
Furling genoa (mylar taffetas) 50% use
Storm jib never used
Gennaker (socket) never used
Regatta Sails 2015/16
Mainsail & Battens Velman (Carbon) 30% use
Genoa (Carbon) 20% use
Jib (Carbon) 10% use
Windlass Quick 2012
New shrouds 2016
Engine and sail drive overhaul in 2019 (100 hours) + New Riser Inox 2021
**This boat is Italian and as such, its sale is subject to Italian customs and practices on yachts brokerage, which state that the agency commission of 10% is paid in half between the seller and the buyer. The sale price published on this site is therefore calibrated so that the seller pays to the broker only 5% and does not include the other 5%, which must be paid directly by the buyer to the broker.
IJPE : 644.00 sq ft I : 46.50 ft J : 13.33 ft P : 43.25 ft E : 15.50 ft Working Sail Area : 644.00 sq ft
Keel #1 Keel Type: Shoal_Draft Max Draft: 5.75 ft
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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The J/109 features the popular carbon fiber retractable bowsprit and asymmetric spinnaker system and a versatile 2-cabin interior layout with standing headroom. She is designed with a very low VCG, long waterline, and generous sailplan with the horsepower for competitive racing and stability for relaxed cruising when the racing crew is not aboard. The J/109 fits within the current J/Boat sprit range as a stable, easy-to-sail performance boat with the interior volume necessary for comfortable cruising and a great dual purpose deck layout. The sleek profile and generous sailplan give one an immediate sense of the speed potential of the J/109. The hull profile reveals a long waterline, low wetted surface and a low VCG fin keel (7 feet), designed for excellent stability when sailing short-handed. The deck/cockpit layout is a cross between the J/105 and J/120, the two J/stable-mates that clearly bracket the targeted market for the J/109. Sail handling systems follow the J philosophy of keeping things easy. Halyards and reef lines are cockpit led, mainsheet controls are within reach of the wheel, and inboard sheeting tracks permit the use of both overlapping and non-overlapping headsails. There is ample on-deck stowage, thanks to the removable transom locker, cockpit seat locker and a bow compartment large enough for both the anchor rode and the asymmetric spinnaker. The interior is European-style with two private sleeping cabins and an option for a pull-out double in the large main cabin. The L-shaped galley includes a double sink, 2-burner propane stove and a pressure water system. The nav station is a large sit-down forward-facing console with abundant space for instrument displays. The head is conveniently located aft near the companionway, providing easy access from the cockpit while underway.