J-35 Racing Sloop 1989

Posted 05 September 2012 | Sailboats   

1989 J/35 Racing Sloop

 “Urban Renewal”

SOLD

 The best offshore one-design racing in the World! With its light weight and sensible rig layout, the J/35 was graced with a responsive yet forgiving nature over a wide range of conditions. Urban Renewal won the 1990 Kenwood Cup and won class in 1993 Trans Pacific Race.

General:

  • 1989 J/35 Racing Sloop
  • Rod Johnstone, designer
  • LOA- 35.5, LWL- 30.0
  • Beam 11.8
  • Draft 7’
  • Displacement 10,500
  • Ballast 4,400#
  • 100%SA 632’
  •  46.40’, J-14.70’, P-41.50’, E-14.00’
  • SA/DSPL-21, DSPL/L-174
  • Fiberglass with Balsa core
  • Last hauled May 2008
  • New 2008 Rudder post bearing
  • Chain plates and all standing rigging replaced 2008
  • Wing keel rebuilt to highest strength in 1991

Engine:

  • Yanmar 23HP Inboard
  • Rebuilt 2008 Bronze Martec Feathering Propeller
  • 2008 Stainless shaft
  • 2008 17 Gallon Aluminum fuel tank

Sail Inventory and Ground tackle:

  • 2- Mains. 1- Fair .1- Excellent
  • 2008 Roller Furling 120 Jib
  • Spinnaker
  • Carbon Fiber Spinnaker pole
  • Various additional sails
  • Spring Loaded Quick Vang
  • Lewmar winches
  • Danforth 22# Anchor
  • Stainless Steel Danforth 50# Anchor
  • 20’ Chain and 100’ rode

Electronics and Navigation equipment:

  • 2008 Richie Compass
  • Navico 5000 Autohelm
  • 2008 VHF
  • Garmin 2008 GPS with Voltage watch feature
  • Two Batteries
  • Charger
  • Electric Bilge pump

Interior:

  • 6’ Headroom
  • DC Cabin lighting
  • 2 Manual bilge pumps
  • Six berths
  • Forward V-berth
  • Galley with Alcohol 2 Burner Stove and Oven
  • 30 Gallons pump water for galley and head sinks.
  • New 2008 Foot pumps
  • Refrigerator
  • Enclosed head with sink, shower and holding tank
  • Salon seating with extra lightweight custom fold down table

Additional:

  • Large cockpit
  • EPIRB
  • Full bow and stern awnings
  • Life Raft (out of date)
  • All safety equipment

 Vessel availability is subject to prior sale or withdrawal without notice. Specifications given are believed to be correct but are not guaranteed. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated.  

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