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Price: $265,000
Brand: J/Boats
Type: Sailboat
Year: 2020
Length: 33 ft.
Location: Buffalo, NY
Name: Carrera T

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2020 JBoats J/99

HIN: FRJBO99046B020 

Rare opportunity for a fully load like-new J/99 without the wait from the factory.  Check out the extensive list of options, sails, electronics, race bottom, and extras included in this package at below replacement cost.  Originally RCR’s stock boat that has been sailed only 5 times since the fall.  Spinnaker and Code Zero have never been out of the bag.  Head never used, nobody slept aboard, it is clean and new.  Owner loves the boat but has ordered a new J/112E for next season.

Factory Selected Options:

Two Tone Light Grey Non Skid Deck

Opening Ports (4), two in aft face of coach roof and 2 in cockpit

Harken Roller Furling System

Wheel Steering Package in lieu of Standard Tiller

Carbon Wheel Upgrade

Pop Up Mooring Cleats (4)

Colors:                                                                                             

Non-Skid: Light Grey

Boot: Dark Blue

Cushions: Beige

Sails:

Electronics:

Race Bottom: 

Custom Canvas Package:

Dealer Provided Services: 

Hull & Deck

• End grained balsa/foam composite construction using biaxial and unidirectional glass with ISO NPG gelcoat and vinylester resin on the outer hull layer to prevent osmotic gelcoat blisters.

• “SCRIMP” resin infusion molding process for optimum laminate strength and light weight with 65% glass content in structural skins.

• Structural engineering and construction to exceed ISO 12215 requirements for Cat A.

• White gelcoat hull finish with molded boot stripe in flag blue.

• All bulkheads are laminated or bonded to both the hull and deck.

• Main bulkhead is substantially built with composite sandwich construction & materials. • Resin infused high-strength structural grid is at the heart of the J/99 structural layout and directly accepts all primary keel and mast base loads while connecting together and providing stiffness for the hull, deck and primary bulkheads.

• Low VCG (vertical center of gravity), high aspect ratio standard keel built with an encapsulated cast iron fin and integral lead wedge shoe and then thru-bolted and bonded to the hull with substantial backing plates. Option for all lead deep fin keel.

• Molded non-skid surfaces on the horizontal deck surfaces.

• Molded toe rails on the foredeck and outboard of primary winches.

• High-aspect, balanced spade rudder constructed from biaxial and unidirectional glass, stainless steel stock mounted in JP3 self-aligning bearings.

• Cockpit layout design optimized for short-handed sailing.

Engine & Electrical

• VOLVO D1-20 diesel engine with freshwater cooling, sail drive, folding propeller.

• 115 amp standard engine alternator.

• Keyless Volvo engine panel in cockpit.

• 50L (13 gal.) diesel fuel tank located under port settee.

• Hi/low engine room ventilation fan.

• 100 amp AGM house battery. Option for 2nd house battery of same size.

• 70 amp AGM engine start battery with switches and double diode/circuit breaker.

• Master battery on/off switches located under nav table.

• Sound insulation for engine compartment.

• 12V DC distribution panel mounted outboard in nav station.

• Overhead LED lighting in main cabin.

• Cabin lighting in the head area & aft cabins.

• LED bow and stern navigation lights.

• Bonding system for protection from lightning.

• Electric bilge pump.

Deck Hardware

• Primary winches: 40:1 power ratio, aluminum self-tailing configuration with 2-speeds, mounted on cockpit coamings.

• Secondary winches: 35:1 power ratio, aluminum self-tailing configuration with 2-speeds, mounted on aft end of coach roof on each side of companionway.

• Mainsheet purchase system with 6:1 coarse-tune terminating to centerline swivel cam base, and with 24:1 fine tune purchase.

• Mainsheet traveler track mounted to raised molding at cockpit floor with drainage below and with 4:1 control purchase system at each side of cockpit.

• Composite tiller with vertical articulating tiller head and universal telescoping tiller extension with handle grip. Stainless steering stops are built into the tiller bearing at the deck.

• Adjustable jib lead system with floating lead blocks, 8:1 inhauler system, and cockpit controls.

• Jib sheet turning blocks attached to padeyes on the side deck outboard of the cockpit to deflect jib sheet to the primary winches.

• Turning blocks for spinnaker sheets attached to padeyes & stern rail points.

• Fairleads and rope clutch for spinnaker tack line (on starboard side of coach roof).

• Clear anodized mast collar with lead block attachments for halyards and reef lines.

• Halyard organizer blocks on each side of seahood.

• Rope clutches for cabin top halyards, reef and mast control lines.

• OSR & ISO compliant lifeline system includes: twin SS bow pulpit rails with inboard support legs, SS lifeline stanchions with inboard support where required, double lifelines of 1 x 19 SS wire w/toggle termination at bow and lashing at stern rails and twin SS stern rails with triple lifelines of 1 x 19 SS wire across transom.

• SS mooring cleats at bow and transom corners (4 total).

• Self-draining foredeck anchor locker with hinged deck cover and closing latch.

• Opening skylight hatch (500 x 500) for the head/storage/forepeak area.

• Flush opening ISO approved aft hatch located in the cockpit floor for quick access to under-deck steering system components.

• Custom SS chainplates for forestay, shrouds & backstay.

• SS handrails on coach roof.

• Sliding companionway hatch.

• Acrylic companionway washboard with integral vent and lock.

• Opening ports – one for each aft cabin. Option for additional cockpit opening ports.

• Large fixed acrylic portlights (2) for main salon area.

• Manual cockpit operated bilge pump with transom drain.

• Compass with internal light & plastic cover.

• Line organizer storage bags (2).

• Winch handle holders (2).

Spars & Rigging

• Tapered, fractional AG+ aluminum mast with black anodized finish includes two pairs of swept spreaders attached with through-bars. The mast is a keel stepped configuration with adjustable mast step. The mast section shape was developed specifically for the J/99 and includes a unique extruded track to accommodate standard luff car sliders or bolt rope on mainsail. Other features include standard tack reef hardware, boom and boom vang gooseneck fittings, long welded mast head crane with backstay termination, internal side shroud terminations, headstay attachment hardware, halyard sheaves. A watertight dam installed inside the mast tube with a drain hole located just above deck level. Steaming light wiring exits the mast above deck and leads through deck via watertight gland. Belowdeck mast includes tie-rod.

• Black anodized AG+ aluminum boom with internal 8:1 clew outhaul system to lead to cockpit, boom vang attachment, mainsheet block termination with sheaves for two reef lines and outhaul.

• Rigid boom vang with double ended 18:1 purchase to cam cleats on aft corners of coachroof.

• Dyform standing rigging with soft backstay.

• 48:1 cascade purchase system for backstay control.

• Fixed carbon fiber bowsprit painted black, with tack line padeye & underside bobstay attachment.

• Standard running rigging package to include 1 jib halyard, 1 main halyard, & 1 spinnaker halyard with snap shackle. Sheets included are 2 jib sheets, 2 spinnaker sheets, and coarse & fine sheets for mainsail. Control lines: traveler, Cunningham, tack line, 2 reef lines and backstay.

• Standard deck hardware arranged to allow adjustment of Cunningham, outhaul and vang from the cockpit.

Interior

• Bulkheads and furniture finished in white with wood trim & moldings in white gelcoat, for a clean appearance & low maintenance easy to clean surfaces.

• Wood effect durable laminate finish on cabin sole boards.

• Painted finish on interior hull surface with outboard storage bags in the main cabin. FOREPEAK

• Natural light and ventilation from overhead hatch (500 x 500).

• Molded head module: Marine head connected to holding tank with flush through manual pump, storage bin to starboard.

• Open sail storage area forward.

• Access door to main cabin.

MAIN CABIN

• Spacious cabin with standing headroom and natural light from 2 fixed acrylic deck ports.

• Main cabin table with fold down sides.

• Matching settee berths to port and starboard with cushions and backrests.

• 100L (26 gal.) flexible freshwater tank under aft starboard quarterberth.

• Storage compartment areas behind back rests and below settee platform. Mesh storage bags on hull sides.

• Galley with “L” shape configuration including top opening insulated icebox, single-burner stove with gimbal, polished SS sink with overboard drain, pressurized freshwater system & faucet, dry goods storage outboard and storage & trash locker below the sink & under the stove.

• Sit-down, forward-facing navigation chart table with lifting table lid, chart storage, instrument storage & mounting panel outboard, and nav gear storage shelves under the table. Additional storage opportunities located outboard and under the seat.

• 2 Overhead stainless grab rails.

AFT AREA

• Twin double private quarter berth cabins, each equipped with cushion, reading light and storage vanity. Additional storage below berth.

• Access door to main cabin.

• Companionway with curved, molded treads. Hinge-up panel for access to the front of engine.


Contact your RCR Broker for more details

Tim Finkle - Sales & Marketing Manager

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 kids Cole & Louise.