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1999 J Boats J/125

  • 41 ft
  • Racer
  • Unknown, AG

Yacht price :

$259,000

Overview

The 41' J/125 is as close to high performance big-boat sailing as one can find in a boat that's manageable by two or three people... even with a spinnaker! Aunt Jessie provides a rare opportunity to get into what is one of J/Boats most thrilling designs. She has been professionally maintained and is race ready. Aunt Jessie has been sailed lightly since having undergone a complete refit in 2009 and has been a much loved family boat for the past 6 years. It is with great reluctance that the owner is selling "the best boat he's ever been on".

3-7-2012 AUNT JESSIE just took 2nd place overall at the Heineken Regatta in St Marten!!

Specifications

Basic Information

Manufacturer:
J Boats
Model:
J/125
Year:
1999
Category:
Sail
Condition:
Used
Location:
Unknown, AG
Available for sale in U.S. waters:
Yes
Vessel Name:
Aunt Jessie
Boat Type:
Racer
Hull Material:
Fiberglass
Hull Type:
Hull Color:
HIN:
TSP125061899
Designer:
Rod Johnstone
Flag of Registry:

Dimensions & Weight

Length:
41 ft - 12.5 meter
LOA:
41 ft - 12.5 meter
Beam:
10 ft 7 in - 3.22 meter
Draft - max:
7 ft 11 in - 2.41 meter
Bridge Clearance:
-
Dry Weight:
8350 lbs

Engine

Make:
Model:
Yanmar 3GM30C
Engine(s):
1
Hours:
-
Cruise Speed:
-
Range:
-
Joystick Control:
No
Engine Type:
Inboard
Drive Type:
Fuel Type:
Diesel
Horsepower:
28 (Individual), 28 (combined)
Max Speed:
-

Tank Capacities

Fuel Tank:
20 gallons - 1 tank(s)
Fresh Water Tank:
22 gallons - 1 tank(s)
Holding Tank:
-

Gallery

Descriptions

Dimensions

Specifications

 ft-lbm-kg
LOA41.012.5
LWL37.011.28
Beam10.63.23
Draft7.92.29
Displacement8,3503,788
Ballast (lead)4,6462,107
Ballast/Dspl

57%

UpwindSA/DSPL

43

DSPL/L

74

Displacement on the 41 foot long J/125 is 8,350 pounds on a 37 foot waterline with a 57% ballast ratio, beam of 10.6 feet and draft of 8.0 feet. Upwind sail area is 1071 f2 with downwind sail area of 2464 f2. 



Description

The J-125 is a boat of exceptional stability and power. Her handling is explained by an extraordinary stability index of 143 degrees, with a stability curve ratio of positive to negative areas of 12.5:1. This greater stability is combined with a balanced hull-form with proper amounts of reserve buoyancy forward. This provides safer and more controllable high-speed planing offshore in large waves as well as a wider steering groove upwind for sustained peak performance by average helmsmen. No IMS rule-inspired hull form can match the high 4.72 length-to-beam ratio of this seakindly yacht, nor the reserve buoyancy designed into her bow sections. High length-to-beam ratio ensures straight tracking in rough seas and light steering loads. Sailboats with fine bows and full midship sections are more difficult to balance and more likely to spin out of control in big waves. As user-friendly as it may be, this is a sailing machine designed to be the fastest, best-built boat of its type in the world. A long-lasting, high-tech carbon - Kevlar - E-glass - epoxy laminate is the answer. TPI Composites is the world leader with its patented SCRIMP process. This yields a laminate that's been tested by the US Naval Surface Warfare Lab at double the strength of hand lay-up construction. SCRIMP overcomes long term ownership concerns about delamination and structural failure because there are no air-pockets in the hull laminate and integral keel beam grid. Secondly, the ratio of glass fiber to resin is 2:1 rather than 1:2, resulting in a strength-to-weight ratio that exceeds custom race-boat, pre-preg construction. The J-125 sets a popular offshore "Grand Prix" standard. In the first 90 days, J-125s won yachting's Block Island Race Week and the Maxi Division of the St. Francis YC Big Boat Series on San Francisco Bay. The fact that crew size in winning Block Island varied from 5 to 7 people indicates that this is not the typical 40' racer needing 12 people on the rail. Nor does it remain parked on yard stands between races gathering dust.



Construction

- Hull & deck built with TPI’s patented SCRIMP vacuum

resin infusion molding process. Hull has carbon fiber

biaxial/unidirectional inner skin, biaxial Kevlar/E-glass

hybrid outer skin and thermo-formed CoreCell linear

structural foam core drilled for Pro-Set, or equivalent,

epoxy resin. Deck has carbon/E glass/CoreCell/vinylester

laminate with gelcoat finish. Hull & deck laminates meet

ABS offshore yacht standards to be CE Mark Certified for

Europe.

- E-glass/epoxy keel floors, mast step and longitudinal girder

structural matrix molded using SCRIMP process and

bonded and tabbed to hull with epoxy.

- (5) Composite transverse bulkheads at forepeak, forward

head, main bulkhead, aft settee, and aft berth area built

with molded e-glass/foam core & reinforced w/unidirectional

carbon.

- Longitudinal hull stringers from forepeak bulkhead to

main bulkhead P&S; from forepeak bulkhead to structural

grid P&S. (2) foredeck stringers from forward end of coach

roof to forepeak bulkhead. Local reinforcements in way of

high load areas.

- Centerline stringer from structural grid to forepeak

bulkhead incorporating mast step.

- Dual longitudinal cockpit support bulkheads from transom

to aft bulkheads.

- Hull/Structure/Bulkheads are assembled tabbed painted

and oven post-cured together at a peak 140 degrees during

a total 25 hour curing cycle.

- Molded seahood with integral instrument pod curved

acrylic slider and drop board sliding in extruded PVC rails

and equipped with inside/outside stainless hasp and

combination lock.

- (2) Continuous ORC height toe-rails integrally molded with

deck forward of mast.

- Removable 8.0’ draft keel with high aspect

nickel/aluminum/bronze alloy strut and lead bulb. Wide

flange bolted into hull recess through solid carbon/E-glass

backbone using ten 7/8" 316 grade stainless bolts.

- Optional kelp cutter mounted in leading edge of keel with

wand extension leading to cabin top.

- Choice of Awlgrip color for hull topside and boot stripe

finish. Standard bottom finish of clear Awlgrip primer.



Mechanical Steering Plumbing Electrical

- Yanmar Diesel 3GM30CxSD20 Saildrive.

- Bri-Ski 16 x 11 folding propeller.

- Recessed cockpit mounted engine panel with Spinlock

single lever throttle/shift control.

- Engine housed in composite box in two sections with air

intake vent at aft end and sound insulated interior

surfaces.

- Wet type engine exhaust system with GRP stern tube and

waterlock muffler.

- Single cartridge Racor fuel filter with shut off valve at tank

and fuel gauge in cockpit.

- Molded steering pedestal with binnacle cover, Ritchie SP-5

compass, Edson ultra-light racing components, 58" carbon wheel with new leather cover, steering is very precise

- Aluminum emergency tiller with deck plate access.

- Carbon fiber reinforced composite rudder blade & shaft

mounted in Harken composite rudder bearings.

- 20 gallon aluminum fuel tank located aft of engine box

vented through transom with cockpit sole deck fill. 22-

gallon fresh water capacity in bladder tank mounted under

port settee bunk with deck fill and vent to galley sink.

- Bass DC electrical distribution panel w/10 circuit breakers

- Halogen swivel lights over berths above nav. station and

galley. Fluorescent lighting in head. Running & steaming

lights.

- Cockpit operated Henderson manual bilge pump.

- Standard Rule 1100 electric bilge pump with manual

override switch mounted in nav station.

- Chainplate, keel, engine, pulpits, lightning ground &

bonding system.

- (2) 8G27 gelcel batteries under companionway ladder with

Guest 3 function battery switch.

- Whale manual fresh water foot pump in galley with spigot

at sink.

- Flush seacocks below waterline including head intake,

head discharge, galley sink, engine intake

- Through-hulls include bowsprit-housing drain, engine

exhaust on transom, bilge pump exhaust on transom, wheel

well drain.

- Solid laminate recess for electronics transducers with

interior cover.



Electronics and Electrical

- New Garmin GPS 2006 in 2004

- GPS chips for East Coast/Bermuda, Charleston/Key West

- New N17 antenna in 2003

- B&G instruments: Hydra auto-pilot new in 2001, 2 full function displays, 5-20/20 display, installed new in 2003

- Spare B&G wiring and junction box

- 2004 electric bilge pump with float switch and breaker

- Batteries 09/04 Group 27 gel cells

- Speedo access port 2002

- All running lights replaced 2004 with spare bulbs for every light

- Compass light replaced 2004



Engine

Engine Maintenance and Upgrades

New engine fitted 2008

Racor replaced in 2003 with self priming bulb #2010

Prop replaced in 2002 with Flex o Fold

All filters replaced every 30 hours and logged

Spare starter motor

Spare primary and secondary fuel filters included

Spare injector

3 spare oil filters

Spare fresh and raw water pump

Air intake cover was replaced in 2002

Engine control lever replaced in 2003

Two raw water pump belts

One alternator belt

Three impellers

Spinlock has a spare handle and key

Sail drive has been serviced as split zinc added with two

spares

Exhaust hose 2003

 



Deck Hardware

- (2) Lewmar 48AST 2 speed self-tailing primaries. (Option

for (2) Lewmar 48/3AR 3 speed)

- (4) Lewmar 44AST 2 speed self-tailing secondary and

mainsheet winches.

- (4) Single Harken SpeedGrip winch handles.

- Custom lightweight stainless bow pulpit with combination

nav light below rail on centerline.

- Stern pulpits P&S with stern light.

- (10) Custom 24" tapered in 304 stainless bases to mount on

hull radius, 4 with inboard braces.

- Lifelines of 4mm (5/32") 7x19 un-coated SS wire with

toggle forward & lashing to stern rail. Lower lifeline is 10-

1/2" above working deck.

- (4) Acrylic covered, padded lifeline tubes in color of deck

non-skid.

- Stainless safety handrails mounted P&S on cabin trunk.

- Harken deck hardware package including big-boat

mainsheet traveler system mid-range adjustable

interconnected jib & genoa tracks, “Black Magic” sheet,

halyard, checkstay and turning deck blocks.

- Lewmar size 60 Ocean series foredeck hatch.

- (6) Bomar opening ports, (4) opening ports on cabin house,

(2) in cockpit well in q-berth areas.

- (4) Mooring cleats

- (4) Wichard outboard sheet lead and dockline folding

padeyes.

- (7) Spinlock rope clutch-stoppers for halyards, cunningham

and spinnaker tack line.

- Polypropylene white mesh line bags, (5) 20x12, (2) 24x12.

 

Upgrades and Maintenance on Deck

Four Viper winch handles

Four spare bronze winch gears

High load Harken block/shackle for peels, cockpit stopper 2003

2004 Tuff Luff

Decks, floorboards, and ladder new Non Skid Awl Grip 2004

Deck repainted Awl Grip 2004

Jib tracks removed, bearings replaced 2003

All deck pad eyes and cam cleats replaced with leather chafe gear

All stanchion braces rewelded 2003

Both pushpits removed and reinstalled with heavy bolts March 2004

Lower lifelines with cushions new 2004

Winch handle holders replaced 2003

Primary winches upgraded to Lewmar 52 ST 2003

Original 48 ST primaries upgraded on the cabin top 2003

All winches rebuilt twice yearly with high tensile paws and stainless steel gears

Spare winch component

3 Harken aluminum winch handles

3 Lewmar carbon handles

 

Canvas

03 dodger

'01 wheel cover

'04 Foam lifeline pads and covers

New mainsail cover



Standing and Running Rigging

- Standing Rigging: Continuous Nitronic 50 rod built by Hall

Rigging.

- Hydraulic Backstay Adjuster: Sailtech –12 long throw (14”)

hydraulic cylinder with remote panel mounted on forward

side of pedestal.

- Hall “Air”Vang with integral tackle system.

- Chainplates: custom stainless chainplates and fasteners

for shrouds, stemhead and backstay with plate doublers at

shroud pins.

- Running Rigging: Optimized running rigging package by

Hall Rigging to include 2:1 main halyard (Crystalyne

Vectran), 2 genoa halyards (Aracom Technora w/Tylaska T-

8 & stop balls), 2 tapered spinnaker halyards (Spect-12 w/T-

8 & stop balls),ALL HALYARDS REPLACED 2-2012  2 genoa sheets (XLS-900 Spectra/Presslock

Jrs), 2 tapered spinnaker sheets (Maxibraid Plus w/T-8s),

mainsheet (Spec-Set II), cunningham, reef, spinnaker tack

line (XLS-Extra), 2 traveler controls (XLS), spinnaker tack

retrieval line and pole launching line, 2 checkstays

(Crystalyne Vectran/shock cord retraction system).

- Headstay System: Tuff-Luff

 

Improvements to Running Rigging, etc.

2 sets of jib sheets: Vectran with equiplite shackles 2004

2 set of jib sheets: Vectran with equiplite shackles 2003

2 sets of all- purpose spin sheets: Spectra with Tylaska shackles 2003/2004

1 set of light air spin sheets: Spectra with Tylaska shackles 2003

2004 main halyard: Vectran with Tylaska shackle

Spare main halyard

2004 Vectran backstay

Spare backstay

2004 shock cord: cars, running backstays, bow, etc.

2004 Spectra foredeck webbing

2002 Spectra running backs

2002 New Sailtec backstay cylinder with carbon fiber long reach handles

New outhaul tackle upgraded to 16:1 2003

Every shackle on entire boat new in March 2004 with spares

Assorted other spare sheets, runners, and halyards with shackles

1 Spectra tackline with blocks

1 Vectran tackline with blocks

Rigging all in excellent order

"Aunt Jessie" has been raced without runners, however all running rigging gear is still on board

 



Mast - Boom- Sprit

- Carbon mast with 2 spreaders, custom engineered by Hall

Spars and built with epoxy pre-preg medium modulus

carbon & autoclave curing to 80 psi at 250 degrees F. with

new custom luff extrusion accepting either Antal sliding

cars or boltrope, molded carbon gooseneck & vang

attachment points.

- Mast Collar: SparTite mast chock system shipped loose.

- Mast Step: G10 epoxy custom fit mast step attaches to

molded centerline longitudinal hull stringer with four SS

bolts tapped to aluminum plate integrally molded in

stringer.

- Hall Spars Carbon Boom (clearcoated) with
vang attachment, clew outhaul sheave, webbing strap for
mainsheet block attachment, reef sheaves at gooseneck.

- Retractable 8.5’ carbon J/sprit by Advanced Composites.

Harken tackle system with control line led aft to cockpit.

- Bowsprit bearing system with drain mounted in hull
housing and exterior neoprene seal.

 

Upgrades and Maintenance on Spars and Rigging

Mast collar was removed and through bolted with 5200 in 2003

Awl gripped bowsprit and replaced gasket, rebuilt socket with E Glass

High tensile shackles and Vectran tack line 2003

Mast and boom stripped and recoated with three coats of Awl Grip in 2003, and the boom again in 2004 - Ready for new clear coat at this time

Carbon wind indicator

America's Cup grade mast cable for wind 2003

Hydraulic mast jack with proven parameters has a custom carrying pad



Interior

- Main cabin headliner and visible hull surfaces finished

with lightweight foam backed vinyl.

- Main bulkhead tabbing where visible in main cabin to be

faired and painted.

- Forepeak & aft berth areas underside of deck and hull

surfaces to be painted with off-white epoxy.

- Areas forward of forepeak bulkhead and aft of aft bulkhead

to be clear coated with Awlgrip.

- Molded interior component surfaces to be gelcoat, nonmolded

surfaces to be painted.

- Head/Hanging locker molded unit including Raritan PH-II

head with 14 gallon bladder holding tank having Y-valve,

deck plate & overboard discharge and vent system. Also

includes mirror, toilet paper holder, and hanging locker

with hanging bar.

- (2) Adjustable Q-berth area pipe berths with tackle

systems and additional set of hardware in forepeak P&S.

(2) fixed settee berths with backrests and 4" bunk & 3"

backrest cushions. Optional removable V-Berth platform

with cushions.

- Stainless interior handrails mounted to P&S in main cabin

from main bulkhead to aft end of coach roof.

- Galley equipped with 7" deep individually molded sink

mounted to main bulkhead, foot pump, 2 burner gimbaled

Origo non-pressurized alcohol stove, large Igloo cooler aft of

companionway ladder, utensil drawer and dry storage

outboard with single shelf and fiddle. Hinged cabinet door

with plastic latch to access storage below. Painted finish

and shelf w/fiddle inside storage cabinet.

- P&S main cabin settee berths with molded riser and top

with two flush access panels and divider support bulkhead.

Composite backrests with three storage compartment

openings outboard and shelf above. Longitudinal riser

extends to aft Q-berth bulkhead to form divider/stiffener in

aft berth area.

- Navigation table area with hinged top for 3-1/2" depth

chart storage, storage drawer, & outboard cabinet with

space for electronics and small bin storage.

- Cabin sole of 4 composite panels with gray two-tone nonskid

surface.

- Stainless companionway ladder with composite non-skid

treads.

 

Features of Aunt Jessie Interior

- Starboard and port settees with removable navy blue foam cushions function as two berths in the main cabin

- Lockers beneath and behind the settees and shelves behind them as well

- Reading lights

- Two pipe berths aft provide either sail storage or crew accommodations for boat delivery

- Cabin sole made of composite removable boards that provide easy access to bilge

- Nav station has red and white light, chart table with storage and a wood faced drawer for utensils

- GPS screen above Nav table can be viewed from companionway

- Jenson AM/FM CD player and interior speakers installed 2003

- Companionway mountings were thru bolted in 2001

Head

- Custom canvas zippered door for privacy, original door also

- New marine head

- Sink with foot pump

- Lockers for head paper

Galley

- Sink with foot pump

- Two burner alcohol stove

- Stove gimbals were remounted in with through bolts in 2002



Maintenance to Hull and Bottom

- Refaired, barrier, primed VC Offshore

- Bottom faired twice by Waterline, VC offshore

- Sanded to 1000 grit and dived on weekly

- Bottom of keel redone 2004

- Awl Gripped hull in 2001

- Through hulls serviced 2004

- Hull faired, sanded and antifouled - 2011



Sail Area


IJPE : 782.00 sq ft
I : 49.00 ft
J : 14.83 ft
P : 46.50 ft
E : 18.00 ft
Working Sail Area : 781.00 sq ft

PHRF Rating: -3 / 0
Caribean Rating:
JIB         SPIN

0.958

 

 

1.012 asy



Sails

Racing sail inventory is onboard, the owner has opted for non-overlapping headsails so there are only approximately 3 genoas onboard, all still in very good condition. In addition, there are 2 brand new large overlapping genoas in storage

New Doyle Mainsail.2012
Good as New Doyle No3 headsail

smaller Jib with little use

2 unused Genoas No 1 In storage

Mainsail is a North 3 DL in good/fair condition

Code 0

Medium Reaching Spinnaker  - good

Running Spinnaker

 Various other delivery sails



Safety Equipment

Complete SOLAS Flair Package- new in '04

Ultra light beer holders

Two fire extinguishers

12 Life jackets

Jack lines

Fortress 45 lb anchor with 100' rode and 10' chain in custom padded storage unit

Horseshoe new in '02

First aid kit



Improvements and Options added to Aunt Jessie

 Aunt Jessie is fast as ever, she could use a little cosmetic work including a new paint job, Go fast items are constantly be upgraded or renew'd

  • New engine in 2008
  • All electronics rewired 2008
  • New sheets
  • New fenders
  • New VHF radio
  • All halyards replaced  2-2012 and backstay replaced
  • New Tuffluff 2008
  • Installed central heating
  • Entire boat rewired
  • New batteries
  • Installed Sailcomp
  • Replaced all Genoa tracks
  • Serviced all B&G electronics and chartplotter
  • Mast and boom clear-coated ( ready to be done again)
  • Hull paint - in need of new paint job to be cosmetically nice
  • Rudder completely rebuilt with original templates in 2003
    Four layer unidirectional 400 gram carbon horizontal, complete two layers unidirectional 400 gram carbon vertical,One layer bi axle complete coverage.All carbon was vacuum installed
  • Bearings refurbished with Lanicoat
  • Keel bolts inspected and torqued 2004


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