"Wild Blue" is a stunning example of the exceptional design characteristics of the J120. Known for her outstanding performance on the race course and ability to cruise in comfort, the J120 represents "The most versatile 40 footer afloat". Club raced with a good record - 1st Round Whidbey Race 2019 & 3rd Round the County Race 2015, "Wild Blue" is well equipped and in immaculate condition. This two owner yacht is available due to the owner's desire to move to a larger boat for their growing family.
Please contact Dan Krier at 206-323-2405
Дополнительные спецификации, оборудование и информация:
Дизайнер: Rod Johnstone
Киль: Плавниковый киль
Форма корпуса: Однокорпусное
Наибольшая длина (LOA): 40 футы 0 дюймы
Ширина: 12 футы 0 дюймы
Длина по ватерлинии (LWL): 35 футы 0 дюймы
Максимальная осадка: 7 футы 0 дюймы
Водоизмещение: 13900 фунты
Балласт: 6000 фунты
Общая мощность: 38 HP
Марка двигателя: Yanmar 3JH2E
Год постройки: 2001
Модель двигателя: Yanmar 3JH2E
Тип двигателя: Стационарный
Тип двигателя/топлива: Дизель
Мощность двигателя: 38 HP
Число односпальных коек: 2
Число двуспальных коек: 2
Число кают: 2
Число санузлов: 1
"Wild Blue" features a rare American Cherry interior with elegant Indigo blue Ultrasuede cushions. The V-berth owner's cabin forward for offers a spacious double berth, bench seat, and large hanging locker. Enclosed head with 2 doors is accessible from main cabin as well as forward cabin. The head has hot water shower, and vanity sink. The main cabin offers settees on each side (double slide out to Port) with a large J46 center line drop leaf table. Outboard you will find bookcases and cabinets with louvered doors. Full galley to port, and very functional navigation station to starboard. . The aft cabin has a double berth with seat, and a hanging locker for clothes or foul weather gear. Aft of the galley you will find the garage accessible from the galley and port cockpit lazerette. The cabin sole is varnished teak & holly. Additional upgrade:
Espar forced air diesel heat
NEW Marine Head & Y-valve
Hatch and companionway screens.
2 - burner propane stove and oven
Double polished stainless sinks
Great counter space.
110v Shore power system
110v Hot Water Heater & 110v Outlets throughout
Freedom 20 inverter with Link 2000 monitor
12v System with breakers at Nav station
Additional batteries totaling 340 AH
Engine start battery
NEW! B&G Zeus 7 Chartplotter at Helm Binnacle
NEW VHF Radio with AIS receive
Northstar 952 X Color GPS/Plotter at Nav Station
Navionics 32 Bit Chart for Northstar
B&G Hydra 2000 Cruise Pack
Hydra 2000 Full Function Display
Flush Bronze Deapthsensor
Flush Bronze Speed Sensor
H 2000 Autopilot Pack Type 2
B&G Analog 360 with Cable
B&G Hydraulic Autopilot Ram
Digital Cell Phone Antenna
Shakespere 5215 VHF Antenna
Sony 4000X Stereo/CB
Sony Shock Resistant 10 Disc CD Changer
Poly Planer Box Speakers 100 watt (Main Salon)
Sony Marine Speakers (Cockpit)
NEW 2015 North Sails 3DL Battened Mainsail
NEW 2015 North Sails 3DL 153% Genoa
NEW 2019 North Sails Battened Racing Jib (Never Used)
2 Asymmetric Spinnakers
North Sails 95% Spectra Gatorback # 3 (Cruising Sail)
North Genoa - older but serviceable (Cruising Sail)
IJPE : 781.00 sq ft I : 50.50 ft J : 14.50 ft P : 46.50 ft E : 17.75 ft Working Sail Area : 780.00 sq ft
Bruce Anchor w/ 100' Chain & rode
Two Harken 48.2 STA (self-tailing) primary winches.
Four Harken 44.2 STA halyard & mainsheet winches.
2:1 Mainsheet system of Harken Black Magic Blocks with three 75 mm 1969 leading to 1955 cheeks to P&S mainsheet winches.
Harken adjustable mainsheet traveler with 4:1 purchase, includes 560 track, 558 car, 1515 controls, 564-565 track end with integral cams
Vang Master Vang
Retractable carbon fiber J-Sprit extendable to 7' beyond bow w- molded GRP end caps.
Harken split-drum 1.5 headsail furling system.
Sailtec -12 integral hydraulic backstay.
Harken clear anodized jib & genoa tracks & end-stops with four Harken 1997 T-Track cars.
Cams cleats near primaries for spin. sheets when not in use
Five Lewmar Ocean Series Hatches.
Five Bomar aluminum framed cabin opening ports and one fixed port on cabin sides and three Bomar cockpit opening ports.
Hall Spars 6061-T6 tapered aluminum performance mast section with double airfoil spreaders, finished in off-white Awlgrip, steaming light, internal wire conduit and pre-drilled head ventilation holes
Hall Spars boom w- welded end fittings, 8:1 internal outhaul purchase system, mainsail reef sheaves, mainsheet bail, and vang lug. Finished in off-white Awlgrip
Continuous Navtec Rod System w- Series 200 turnbuckles. -12 headstay, -12 upper - lower shrouds, -10 interm, and -10 backstay
Edson 48" Diamond Series white aluminum wheel with natural leather grip on custom molded pedestal with 5" Ritchie compass, brake, and wheel height stainless guard. Gear ratio of 1:1 to facilitate installation of self-steering devices
Anodized aluminum emergency tiller
Balanced spade rudder w- unidirectional glass & large diameter shaft mounted in Harken bearings exceeding ABS specs.
Yanmar 3JH2-E 38 hp diesel engine, fresh water-cooling, and Racor fuel filter.
Yanmar engine panel recessed in cockpit includes tachometer w- fuel gauge, alarms for oil, battery, night light, and temperature
OLR 100 engine insulation with removable engine box.
27 gallon fuel capacity with baffles.
17"x16" 2 Blade Martec folding prop with 1" SS shaft.
NEW Engine Heat Exchanger - 2019
Lloyd's approved Baltek Contourkore end grained balsa composite construction using biaxial and unidirectional glass with vinylester resin on the outer hull layer.
TPI patented SCRIMP resin infusion system molding process for optimum laminate strength with 65-70 per cent glass content in structural skins
6,000 lb. 7.0' draft, variable chord, high lift, lead keel bolted and epoxy bonded to deep molded stub w- sump
White deck with a high traction smoke white non-skid
Single tapered boot stripe, Grey
Low maintenance extruded white ORC 1.5" foredeck, winch grinder, and helmsman toe-rails.
T-track toe-rails from mast aft to stem
Bow locker with deck hatch for anchoring gear
Large cockpit storage locker & 2 lazarette lockers
Heavy-duty fiberglass floor stringer grid infused into hull
Molded spray shield with dodger storage and companionway instrument pod
GRP molded structural bulkhead supporting chainplates bonded to hull, deck, and mast step.
All intermediate bulkheads glassed to hull and deck for stiffness, infused directly with primary lamination
NEW Bottom Paint - Petit Vivid - 2019
Manufacturer Provided Description
The J/120's cockpit seat-backs are angled outward for sailing comfort to windward as well as lounging in harbor. It has flared topsides that slap waves down instead of bouncing them up onto the deck. The J/120 has a balanced, not wedged, hull shape with enough reserve buoyancy forward to lift the bow easily over waves when surfing off the wind. Sail controls are within easy reach for trimming mainsail and genoa (or asymmetric spinnaker) on long coastal passages - without leaving the wheel or relocating a safety harness. Two people can fly the asymmetrical to steady the boat and sail fast enough to make port in time for a walk ashore. The J-120's performance is a function of a low center of gravity, a narrow waterline, good draft and a powerful sail area to displacement ratio. A key contributor is high-quality balsa-core laminate construction with 65 to 70 percent glass content achieved with TPI's resin infusion process. And, owners can go one step further by selecting the Hall Spars carbon-fiber mast rather than aluminum. The 120 lbs. saved up high is the equivalent of having two 200 lbs. crew on the weather rail when sailing to windward. Reaching at over 10 knots becomes almost a daily occurrence in a J-120. Two people can safely fly the asymmetrical spinnaker on its 7-foot retractable carbon-fiber J-Sprit. No one has to go on deck when the spinnaker is deployed. It's contained in a snuffer sock operated from the cockpit. Jibing is as easy as letting go the old sheet and pulling in the new one. Sailing downwind, the spinnaker projects out to windward from behind the wind shadow of the mainsail, driving the apparent wind as much as 50 degrees forward of true wind direction. The J-120's boat speed and wind speed are about equal in six knots of wind with a remarkable downwind velocity of nearly two-thirds the wind's speed.
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.