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2000 J BOATS J/105



The J105 is in a class of her own in the daysailer / race category. These boats are the perfect answer for anyone looking to sail with family and friends and still have a boat that can handle anything from a Wednesday night race to serious one-design national championships. This J105 has the traditional layout with the galley and nav area by the companionway. I personally prefer this layout as it is easier to use both of these areas with the additional headroom of having the hatch open. She has been mostly daysailed by her last few owners who have kept her in nice condition. Highlights: Raymarine autopilot, 2016 running rigging, 2016 Main, 2020 Jib.

LOCATION:  Port Washington, NY

  • Length Overall:
    34' 6"
  • Waterline Length:
    29' 6"
  • Standard Draft:
    6' 6"
  • Max Beam:
  • Displacement:
    7,750 lb
  • Fuel Capacity:
    13 GAL
  • Water Capacity:
    20 GAL
  • Standard Engine:
    Yanmar 2GM 20F

2000 J BOATS J/105

$59,000  |  length: 34  | Port Washington, NY
Additional Info
2000 J Boats J/105 35ft
  • sleeps 4
  • head forward
  • 6 opening ports
  • 2 deck hatches
  • teak cabin sole
  • blue canvas cushions
  • screens


  • Denatured alcohol stove
  • water faucet is foot pump activated
  • Portable cooler


  • Raymarine ST4000 Wheel autopilot
  • Ritchie 5” compass
  • Raytheon depth sounder
  • Raytheon ST60 Fathometer/knotmeter/log
  • Raytheon ST 60 wind instruments
  • Raytheon RC525 GPS
  • VHF Radio  STD-GX1300B (2019)


  • (2) 12v deep cycle batteries

Deck and Hull Equipment

  • 1 Danforth anchor
  • double lifelines
  • bow pulpit
  • swim ladder
  • white fiberglass deck
  • running lights
  • spreader lights
  • cockpit cushions
  • cockpit dodger
  • boom cover
  • 6 life jackets
  • dock lines
  • fenders
  • safety equipment

Sails and Rigging

  • Sailtec hydraulic backstay adjuster
  • Quikvang Rigid boom vang
  • Harken roller furling
  • Spinnaker gear
  • mainsheet traveler
  • Harken winches
  • Main and Jib halyards (new 2016)
  • 2 headsail halyards
  • Doyle Class Main  (2016)
  • Doyle Class Jib Black Woven Poly Club Race (2020)
  • Spinnaker, 77m2  (2000)
  • Spinnaker 89m2  (2000)
  • Additional older sails
  • Dodger, Mainsail cover

Sail Area

IJPE : 577.00 sq ft I : 40.50 ft J : 13.50 ft P : 41.50 ft E : 14.50 ft Working Sail Area : 577.00 sq ft

Mechanical Equipment and Engine Details

  • 2 fire extinguishers
  • fume detector
  • engine alarm
  • 2 manual bilge pumps
  • electric bilge pump
  • Edson wheel steering
  • folding prop
  • manually operated marine head
  • Upper and lower rudder bearings replaced in 2015
  • Galley Stove: origo 2000 1-Burner Countertop  Alcohol
Manufacturer Provided Description
J-105 gives the on-deck cruising comfort of a 40-45-footer and the speed of a Grand Prix racer. Though designed as a strict one-design for recreational fun with overnight capability, Sailing World's panel of experts selected her as the "Racer - Cruiser" Boat-of-the-Year for 1991 and 1992. With J-105, sailing is easier and smoother. No pitching, no rolling about and no panic drills. A sailor may never have to leave her comfortable cockpit. No feverish routines of course and sail changes. Enjoy the luxury of a dodger while napping on full-length cockpit cushions. Only one jib to tend. Roll it in or out. The spinnaker is contained in a snuffer. Jibing this high-tech beauty is a one-person operation. Simply let go of the old sheet, then trim in the new one. Good-bye big racing crews. Hello fun and relaxation. J-105's asymmetric spinnaker enables reach at a fast 90-degree apparent wind angle, while actually sailing a deep 155 degrees from the true wind. The carbon-fiber bowsprit retracts. Whether blowing 5 mph or 20 mph, J-105's asymmetric spinnaker adds a whole new dimension to sailing enjoyment in five ways: 1) it's safer - less deck clutter plus total snuffing or partial quick-reefing from the cockpit; 2) it's easier - one person controlling all sails; 3) it's smoother, with a better-balanced sail plan which helps in steering out of trouble; 4) it's stiffer due to the spinnaker's lower center of area and flat, open leech; and, 5) it's faster over waves, thanks to the power and lift of this unique spinnaker design. Sailing trials in adverse weather conditions clearly demonstrated the superior handling qualities of this design. The Dacron mainsail on sailslides, a single roller-furling jib, the dodger and spinnaker-in-a-snuffer make this design easier to sail, quicker to stow and more fun to own than conventional racers and cruisers.
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Call: (203) 610-1215

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.
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