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Price: $37,500
Brand: J/Boats
Type: Sailboat
Year: 2013
Length: 23 ft.
Location: Youngstown, NY

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2013 J/70 #195
Youngstown, NY

Recently campaigned on the J70 circuit, racing the 2017 North Americans and the 2018 Worlds. Bottom has been sanded, painted, and wet sanded smooth in prep for the Worlds. Comes with proven winning Doyle Sails and all new running rigging, done by a professional rigger. Sits on the high bunks for dry sailing or can be kept in the water with the bottom paint. A lot of time and money invested, far beyond the $37,500 asking price!

Available for the FaceTime video to see the boat, if unable to visit in person. Contact Tim Finkle at 860-917-5416 or timfinkle@rcryachts.com

Additionals Equipment:
Velocitek Prostart
Tactic magnetic micro compass
Mast mount bracket
Upgraded running rigging package
Upgraded spinnaker halyard block
Upgraded jib halyard adjustment
Race Bottom done with Pettit Vivid, sanded to 2000 grit before 2018 worlds
Deck chafe protection
Half holes drilled in jib car tracks
Back stay flicker
Upgraded back stay and adjustment
Spinnaker launch bag installed
All required gear for class racing
Tohatsu 3.5, 2-stroke gas engine
Spin launch bag
Companionway Canvas Spray Cover
Forward Hatch Canvas Cover
Padded Rudder Cover Jib Sock
Lifting Straps set
Third Hands with Keepers
Windex
New Mast Butt
Added Vang turning blocks
Cross Sheeting Jib Cleats

Sails:
2017 Doyle Main & Jib
2018 Ullman spinnaker
2013 North Sails practice set available

Trailer:
Triad Galvanized Trailer
Hull & keel ratchet straps, mast support
Spare tire & mount
LED Lights
Rear Stabilizing Jack
Extendable tongue for trailer
Upgraded Tongue Jack with double wheels
Trailer extensions added for keel down storage
Strengthened with welded supports for tall/keel down trailering

J/70 Specifications
Construction J/70 hull laminated with biaxial and unidirectional E-glass fabrics and balsa core for rugged durability.
Deck molded with similar glass fabrics and Corecell foam core.
High density core material and additional glass reinforcements are placed in way of highly loaded hardware.
All laminates are engineered and built to required ISO structural standards.
Molded internal bulkheads and ring frames with gelcoat finish, bonded to the hull and/or deck.
Molded lift-keel structure jigged, aligned and integrally molded during primary hull layup.
High strength, inward turning and overlapping hull to deck joint bonded with structural adhesive.
Molded non-skid on horizontal deck surfaces.
4.75’ draft lifting keel with lead ballast featuring an internal leading-edge kelp cutting mechanism operable from the cockpit while underway, SS lock down plate and a single point lifting ring w/2:1 aluminum keel crane lift system.
(2) Harken investment cast diamond boat lift padeyes installed adjacent to keel P&S.
High aspect transom mounted molded rudder.
Lightweight aluminum outboard bracket mounted to transom.
Deck Large self-draining cockpit with molded foot braces on centerline.
Molded companionway cover both hinged & removable with lockable drop board.
Molded foredeck toe-rails P & S. SS custom fabricated chain plates for shrouds and backstay terminations.
Interior ventilation hatch mounted on cabin house forward of mast.
(2) Harken B8 primary winches with cam cleats and 8” winch handle.
Two Ronstan black anodized jib T tracks with cars to accommodate 2:1 jib sheet terminations.
5:1 Harken mainsheet system leading to ratchet block and cam mounted on centerline swivel base.
Adjustable mainsheet traveler with 2:1 control line and cam cleats P & S.
Double ended backstay adjuster purchase system leading forward to P & S cam cleats.
Internal bowsprit launching system to exit aft face of the cabin house to cam cleat.
Harken Small Boat Underdeck headsail furling system with hoistable swivel and control line exiting aft face of cabin house to cam cleat.
Tack line cam cleat mounted to starboard on cabin.
Composite tiller with Ronstan tiller extension.
(4) Spinnaker sheet blocks with (2) outboard of primary winches and (2) aft.
(2) halyard lead blocks mounted at mast base.
Four low height SS stanchions and two reinforced SS stern rails at transom corners.
12” Dyneema lifelines surrounding the cockpit with comfort pads and termination points on deck edge forward of shrouds.
Dyneema transom lifeline gate with quick release Foredeck U-bolt for mooring/dockline attachment.
Spars & Rigging Southern Spars carbon fiber mast with single swept carbon spreaders, carbon masthead crane and mainsail luff track.
Easy to raise and lower with deck step design and tabernacle system.
Mast finished in satin black with contrasting white bands.
Carbon fiber boom with internal 4:1 outhaul, mainsheet attachment point, outhaul and single reef sheaves as well as provision for reef cleat and block at inboard end. Finished in satin black with contrasting white bands.
Carbon bow sprit with tack ferrule fitting, painted black finish and seal system mounted at sprit housing. 1 x 19 wire standing rigging with adjustable Ronstan turnbuckles for shrouds.
Double ended boom vang system.
Running Rigging Package to include: Main, jib & spinnaker halyards Main sheet, spinnaker sheets, jib sheets 18” main sheet strop Tack line, sprit control line Vang control line Traveler control lines Cunningham Dyneema Bow bridal for trailer loading
Interior Air dry gelcoat finish on hull & deck surfaces Removable cabin floor (2) Bench style molded seats P & S.
Bin storage aft of seats.
Molded liner platform with inspection port.
Molded cockpit support bulkhead with inspection port.
Anodized aluminum compression post to transfer mast step loads to internal hull structure. Molded entry step.


Contact your RCR Broker for more details

Tim Finkle - Sales / Marketing

Youngstown, NY

Email: timfinkle@rcryachts.com

Phone: 860-917-5416

Tim joined RCR Yachts in February 2014.  He grew up in Youngstown, learning to sail in the Youngstown YC Jr. Sailing program.  After leaving the area to attend Connecticut College and then work in New York City for 8 years, he decided to move home and follow his passion for boating.  He actively races his J/70 “Junior” all over the country and locally as a member of the Youngstown Yacht Club.  He is the co-chair of the CanAm Challenge that hosts a one-design regatta each July at YYC.  Tim is working in all areas of the business, but has focused mostly on Sales, Marketing and various company projects. He works out of the Youngstown and Buffalo offices and lives in Lewiston with his wife Aly and son Cole.