Jetstream - (ex Joie De Vivre - owned by a prominent yachtsman from Santa Barbara) is a White Gelcoat j/105 that has been lightly raced.
Join the J/105 One Design scene with Jetstream, a fully equipped J/105 that is ready to day sail around the bay or race in the big regattas. There is no better boat for both fun and competitive sailing than the J/105.
A fun and forgiving performance boat that is easy to sail, Jetstream offers low maintenance with a simple layout, has great performance, a large cockpit, predictable handling characteristics and makes no pretences of being a distance cruiser or live-aboard. There is less to maintain as all the extra cabinetry and weight of things you won't use aren't there. So instead of varnishing toe-rails and troubleshooting systems you'll be enjoying a sail with friends. With less demands placed on you and your crew J/105 is more fun to own.
Considering how you will actually use your boat, no other choice of sailboat today makes as much practical sense to own as the J/105. It is simply the best sailing value available and as an added bonus it offers instant access to a whole new network of sailing friends and events throughout the Southern California, the US and the world.
To provide you with the best possible service, I can be reached via email, cell, or text any time night or day
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Please contact Kenyon Martin Cel: 858-775-5937 at 619-224-6200
Spécifications, Équipements et informations supplémentaires:
Nom du bateau
Constructeur: J Boats
Architecte: Rod Johnstone
Quille: Quille standard
Two Spinlock 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.
One camcleat for headsail furler.
One Spinlock side mounted rope clutch for spinnaker tack line.
Harken mid-sized traveler track recessed in cockpit seat with Harken 4:1 system using #1625 car with #1515 control blocks and #1631 end controls. Control lines pass through Harken 222A big bullets and cleat to Harken 150 cams in line with traveler.
6:1 racing mainsheet system using Harken single and double blocks on separate boom bales and a fiddle block on the traveler car with coarse adjustment sheet tail led to a center-mounted heavy duty swivel base with camcleat and single ratchet aft of traveler; and a 24:1 fine tune system achieved by adding 4:1 tackle attached to mainsheet end and 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 mounted roller furling drum system 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.
Single foot blocks to lead spinnaker sheets to the cockpit or cabin house.
Harken cams for lazy spin sheets, mounted aft of primary winches.
Two heavy duty "U" bolts aft for two 1959 spinnaker sheet blocks.
Lewmar 20x20 articulated foredeck hatch.
Lewmar 10x10 vent hatch in head.
Lewmar opening ports in sides of cabin trunk.
companionway sliding hatch and acrylic offshore dropboard with inside/outside opening hasp.
Cockpit operated bilge pump.
Two 12" x 20" polypropylene mesh line bags.
Custom SS chainplates, stemhead and backstay tang.
Main Cunningham/Reef 57mm block on reef hook for single line reefing system.
Spars & Rigging
Hall Spars One-Design tapered, aluminum, fractional-rig mast with double airfoil spreaders, plus boom Finished in White.
Nitronic 50 rod rigging and Ronstan calibrated turnbuckles.
Automatic sprit retraction system using 3/8" shock cord attached to butt of sprit.
Running rigging package: Main & Jib Halyards, jib, main & spin sheets & spin halyard. Also includes reef line, cunningham, pole control, tack line, traveler control lines and main fine tune.
Sailtech -10 integral hydraulic backstay adjuster with 9.5" throw for -6 rod backstay. BACKSTAY HYDRAULIC ADJUSTER REBILT IN May 2012
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.
MAIN SAIL - 2008
JIB (ULLMAN) 2012
SPINNAKER (WITH KARL STRAUS BEER LOGO)
Off-white Formica low-maintenance bulkheads, and lightweight bin panels with vinyl trim, cold molded teak cap moldings.
Teak and Holly cabin sole.
Storage bins outboard of settee berths.
Nav station with flip-up lid to access charter storage, and outboard shelf and nav panel to house instruments.
Galley unit with polished stainless galley sink with fresh water foot pump and water tank with thru-hull drain.
Single Burner Alcohol Stove top.
Forward of the main bulkhead is a changing area, hanging locker and Raritan PH-2 marine head with 12 gal polyethylene holding tank or "Y" valve for direct offshore discharge.
Holding tank Overboard discharge manual pump.
Forward of the head area is a lightweight bulkhead with V-berth and below berth storage.
Sunbrella acrylic fabrics for main cabin settee cushions. Optional V-berth cushions, as well as cockpit cushions that double as settee backrests below finished in Dark Bue with Red Piping
Vinyl liner on cabin overhead and hull ceilings.
12 x18 mirror in head.
Rugged 54 qt. top opening, portable Igloo cooler under companionway ladder.
Stainless grab rails in main cabin.
3 B&G 20/20s with Triple Display Carbon fiber mast bracket and 2 H2000 FFD displays port and starboard side of coachwork.
Robertson Auto Pilot (currently non-operable),
Sony AM/FM/CD with 2 speakers
Garmin Model 128 Chart Plotter/GPS
B&G Paddle wheel speed sensor located forward in v berth area
Shore Power package 30 amp
Coast Guard safety pack: Flares, 2 fire extinguisher,
Jib cover, Main Sail Cover, Wheel Cover
Dodger and dodger frame
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.