McMichael Yacht Brokers LTD.
447 E. Boston Post Rd.
Mamaroneck, New York, US, 10543
J Boats J/99 - main image

2019 J Boats J/99

location icon Mamaroneck, New York
Year 2019
Length 33 ft


Hull #22 of the versatile J/99, well-equipped and VERY lightly used as a casual daysailer. Never raced, always cared for at McMichael Yacht Yard. 


Year Built 2019
Category Sail
Length Overall 32'7 ft
Beam 11'2 ft
Max Draft 6'6 ft
Cabins 2
Double Berths 2
Construction Fiberglass
Hull ID JBC99022F919
Min Draft 6'6 ft
Drive Type Sail
Engines 1
Total Engine Power 20 hp
Fuel Tanks 1
Fuel Tank Cap. 13 gal
Water Tanks 1
Water Tank Cap. 26 gal
Ballast 3,350 lb
Displacement 8,415 lb

Engine 1 Specifications

Make: Volvo
Model: D1-20
Drive Type: SailDrive
Fuel: Diesel
Engine Power: 20hp
Type: Inboard
Propeller Type: 2 Blade, Folding
Year: 2019
Engine Hours: 75

Sails and Rigging:

North 3Di 760 main

North 3Di 760 furling jib w/UV & battens

NorLon gennaker with Karver furler

Lazyjack system

Jib in-haulers

Harken furling


B&G Triton instruments w/T2 display in cockpit

3 x 2020 displays at mast

ZG100 GPS antenna

B&G Autopilot w/Jefa DD drive


Pettit Vivid bottom paint in black

White hull, gray boot-stripe, gray non-skid, taupe interior cushions, black main cover

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.

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, high aspect ratio standard keel built with an encapsulated cast iron fin and integral lead wedge shoe and then though-bolted and bonded to the hull with substantial backing plates. 

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. Option for twin rudder system.


VOLVO D1-20 diesel engine with fresh water cooling, sail drive, folding propeller

Approximately 75 engine hrs

50L (13 gal.) diesel fuel tank.

2 x 100 amp AGM house battery bank

1 x 70 amp AGM engine start battery 

Sound insulation for engine compartment

4 Swivel reading lights in main cabin

Cabin lighting in the head area & aft cabins

LED bow and stern navigation lights

Electric bilge pump


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

Molded GRP steering tiller with vertical articulating tiller head and universal telescoping tiller extension with handle grip. Padded 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 aluminum fairlead eyes (one per side) mounted on the side deck outboard of the cockpit to deflect jib sheet to the primary winches.

Turning blocks for spinnaker sheets attached to dedicated pad eyes & stern rail points.

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

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

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

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

SS handrails on coach roof.

Pop-up cleats in lieu of std

4  Opening ports – one for each aft cabin. 

Manual cockpit operated bilge pump with transom drain.

Compass with internal light & plastic cover.


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.

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 coach roof

48:1 cascade purchase system for backstay control

Fixed carbon fiber bowsprit painted black, with tack line pad eye & underside bobstay attachment

Bobstay "take-up" line to accomodate mooring bridle


Main Cabin

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

Main cabin table with fold down tops and centerline storage compartment.

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

100L (26 gal.) flexible fresh water tank under settee berth.

Galley with “L” shape configuration including top opening insulated icebox, polished SS sink with overboard drain, pressurized fresh water system & faucet, dry goods storage outboard and storage & trash lockers 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 locker. Additional storage below berth.

Access door to main cabin.

Companionway with curved treads including GRP molded top step. Hinge-up panel for access to the front of engine.

Additional access to engine, sail drive, exhaust and systems located in aft cabins.

Additional equipment:

Swim ladder

Anchor and rode (10' chain, 100' nylon)

Fenders and docklines



Solar trickle-charger wired to battery bank



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.

Additional Contact Information

Contact Michael Beers, listing broker

718-764-7215 Cell