This J/122 is in Oregon Offshore Racing Mode and will be in our area and at our docks for viewing this coming May.
Anam Cara has an extensive race and cruise history here in the Pacific Northwest since her launch back in 2008. From her home waters on the Columbia River Anam Cara routinely makes the trek up the coast in races like the Oregon Offshore to participate in the Swiftsure International Yacht Race and then quickly changing gears after the race and enjoying a summer of cruising the Salish Sea in performance luxury. A true dual purpose the boat, the J/122 is at home sailing you to the podium on the race course as she is comfortably cruising the islands of the Salish Sea.
The designers at J Boats, Newport Rhode Island, describe the J/122 as a versatile 40 foot performance sailboat with comfortable live-aboard accommodations, a refined deck layout, low VCG keel with a moderate 7.2' draft. The hull & deck are built using superior infusion molding technology to maximize durability and long term value.
A friendly cruiser/racer, the J/122 offers a completely furnished interior, a simple to manage balanced sail plan, head turning sailing performance and great looks-- perhaps the ultimate 40' day sailing, weekending, racing and cruising sailboat?
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Ytterligare specifikationer, utrustning och information:
Designer: Rod Johnstone
Garanti: 10 år
LÖA Längd över allt: 40 fot 0 tum
Bredd: 11 fot 11 tum
LWL: 34 fot 7 tum
Max. djupgång: 7 fot 3 tum
Deplacement: 14900 pund
Ballast: 5600 pund
torrvikt: 14900 pund
Total effekt: 40 HP
Motortyp: Volvo D2 40 HP Saildrive
Motor typ: Inombord
Propeller: Folding propeller
Transmission: Segelbåts drev
Motorstyrka: 40 HP
Antal toaletter: 1
Standard Hall Spars carbon fiber mast with swept spreaders, rod rigging and below deck jib furling system.
Standard Sparcraft Grand-Prix aluminum boom with internal mainsheet system
Standard Carbon fiber bow sprit and Asymmetric spinnaker system for short-handed performance and ease of handling.
Low VCG 7.2' (2.2m) keel for short-handed stability.
Low maintenance deck configuration with molded foredeck toe rails, hi-traction non-skid and minimum use of wood for low maintenance. Included is a large protected cockpit with long seats and high backrests combined with a floor mounted mainsail traveler, below-deck mainsheet system, and a large diameter leather covered wheel (upgraded to Carbon) mounted to a steering pedestal with integrally molded foot rests for a very comfortable helm ergonomic.
Anam Cara is a three cabin/single head interior layout with full headroom for live-aboard cruising, complete galley, proper navigation station, opening ports for ventilation and plenty of storage.
Deck Hardware and rigging
Harken winches & deck hardware
Below deck 2:1 mainsheet system
Floor mounted mainsheet traveler
Adjustable jib tracks including 8:1 adjustable purchase
Custom stainless steel shroud and backstay chain plates
Bow and stern mooring cleats
Bow anchor locker
Overhead ventilation hatches for head, forward cabin, head & main salon
Opening port lights for head, forward cabin, head, main salon & aft cabins
Exhaust vent openings in main cabin overhead below sea hood
Marine toilet with holding tank system and pump out
Three house group 24 batteries wired in series for 1040 amp hour capacity – 2 years old
1ea Starting Battery
12V Electrical distribution panel
110V distribution panel
Interior and exterior lights
Grounding system for protection against lightning
Spars and sails
Carbon fiber mast with double swept spreader configuration
Aluminum racing boom, Upgraded - forward end re-designed for more strength
Pre-molded mast wedge system
Adjustable mast step
Discontinuous rod standing rigging
Harken long-throw backstay adjuster cylinder - New 2018
Hydraulic backstay adjuster panel on steering pedestal
Vectran backstay and carbon flicker
Jib furling system with below deck furler drum
Carbon fiber retractable bow sprit
Solid boom vang with purchase
Running rigging continuously updated, including brand new jib sheets, new main sheet, spinnaker halyards upgraded three years ago, new Code 0 twing lines with Antal hooks.
North Carbon 3DL main - 2015
North #1 Carbon 3DL Jib - 2016 - Jib has batten pockets for roller furling and horizontal battens
North #3 Kevlar Jib - 2008
North #4 Jib - 2008
North Code 0 on Furler w/ continuious furling line - 2017
Older Main and #1 Jib
1/2oz A2 Spinnaker - 2013
3/4oz A2 Spinnaker - 2012
1.5oz A5 Spinnaker
Cruising A2 Spinnaker
Garmin Chartplotter new - 2017 (On Binnacle)
2ea. Garmin Displays - new 2017/18 (Sea Hood)
3ea Garmin Displays w/ Carbon Mount @ Mast - New 2017/18
Garmin Radar integrated with Chartplotter
AIS integrted with Chartplotter
Emergency Steering System
Removable Anchor Roller
Danforth style Anchor w/ chain & rode
Manufacturer Provided Description
J/122 is a versatile 40 foot performance sprit boat with refined deck layout, comfortable live-aboard accommodations, and built using superior SCRIMP infusion molding. Like her famous stable mates, the J/109 and J/133, the J/122 promises to be an IRC-friendly racer/cruiser with competitive performance, a simple and balanced sail plan, high quality SCRIMP construction as well as complete accommodations. The J/122, developed with and built by J/Europe in France, is distinguished by the high aspect, non-overlapping sailplan (maximum size 110 percent jib) which simplifies the deck plan and sail selection. The setback headstay with furler are recessed into the deck to maximize the jib luff length while retaining the convenience of jib furling from the cockpit. When combined with the simplicity of an asymmetric spinnaker flown from a retractable carbon bow sprit, it?s easy to achieve near peak performance with minimal crew effort. The J/122 cockpit is ergonomically optimized with a floor mounted traveler, below decks mainsheet system, offshore seatbacks, remote backstay adjuster and a removable transom dock box option that allows one to convert from race mode to cruise mode in a matter of minutes.
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.