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111751  Hull #146, 1996, JoySea. White with blue VC Offshore race bottom (full epoxy barrier coat); extremely clean interior; currently in a tiller configuration but comes with everything needed to convert back to a wheel boat in a few hours; new standing rigging five years ago; new running rigging four years ago; full TackTick wireless instruments; many sails, one design and PHRF, some lightly used and race ready; lots of upgrades and improvements - centerline speedo, new rudder bearings, Raymarine autopilot, shore power, stereo system, 12:1 outhaul, etc.; upgraded to white composite cabin sole (no more replacing teak every few years); many cruising accessories such as a full bimini, dodger, bug screens, etc., some never used; boat has been professionally maintained its entire life, dry stored every winter and dry stored the last two seasons; comes with full custom winter cover; currently stored in New Rochelle, NY, option to take over local slip and/or winter storage available; priced to sell.  NY  $58,000  Nathan Boylan
gonate at optonline dot net 
2014-11-22 
 
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121755  Looking for a J/105. Ideally newer than 2002; a dark hull would be great; Midwest location woud be great but I will look at all boats.  MN    Dave Dennison
ddennnison at yahoo dot com 
2014-12-15 
121753  Looking for used spinnaker(s). Ours looks like a quilt after all the repairs; can be a few years old, but should be in decent condition; located in NorCal SF Bay Area, but OK to pay for shipping.  CA    John Robison
nospam at johnr dot com 
2014-12-08 
 
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141754  Ullman 2013 Technora Fiberpath J/105 155%. I used it only on Wednesday nights when I thought 12kts would be the top of the range...and it's really fast. Regularly beat a well-sailed J/35 to the windward mark in <10kts. I raced against another PHRF 105 and whoever had their genoa up <12kts won. 12kts seems to be the cross-over point. I know they say that you can't point with the genoa due to the sheeting angles...I pointed just fine. Here is a video of me sailing higher and faster than a J/35 in 10-12kts: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BzbauFiWLcPaQTJIbzRtblBuWnM/edit?usp=sharing Here is the other J/105 with their OD sail up as we meet nose-to-nose at the layline (again in ~12 kts): https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BzbauFiWLcPablZBX0pvT2M2Sm8/edit?usp=sharing I paid US $4,325. I'd ask $2,800 incl shipping in the CONUS.  MD  $2,800 w/USA ship  Angelo Guarino
angelo at oceansystems dot com 
2014-12-13 
141752  Very good condition 2012 North heavy air jib. Used for one season; has North's newest horizontal batten design, which provides for a better upwind leech shape and allows the sail to be stored onboard with battens inserted (allowing for faster sail changes).   CA  $1200 plus ship  Adam Spiegel
adamsdrive88-j105 at yahoo dot com 
2014-12-04 
 
     

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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