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J Boats J/111

£129,950 inc Vat

Located: , United Kingdom

Length: 11.13m / 36.5ft

Year: 2012


T: +44 (0) 330 33 211 20 - Office
M: +44 (0) 7903 762 931 - Peter Cameron
M: +44 (0) 7890 261 145 - Craig Latimer
E: sales@greatharbouryachts.co.uk

Sale Pending

J/111 by J Boats Built in France 2012

This is a very good example of this extremely popular and fast planing keelboat from the J Boats stable. She offers a full sail wardrobe all from North Sails.

When designing the J/111, J Boats had identified a niche for an international one design with an exciting performance balanced with the ease of handling for which J Boats are acclaimed. This neat example represents a well equipped staring point for exciting one design and IRC racing. Equipped with high spec B&G electronics and North Sails she is ready to race.She has the upgraded interior layout with the additional cabin for Offshore racing.


Length Overall: 11.10m (36' 5")

Waterline Length: 9.97m (32' 9")

Beam: 3.29m (10' 10")

Draft: 2.19m (7' 2")

Displacement:  9,300lbs  -  4,216kg

Ballast:  3,515lbs  -  1,594kgs

Manufacturer Provided Description

The J/111 is a sleek, speedy, one-design 36 footer that is the ultimate day sailing, racing and weekend cruising sailboat. J/111 is an easy-to-handle, comfortable sailboat that accelerates quickly, slices to windward at 7+ knots and hits double-digit speeds downwind. The J/111 has all the essentials below for comfortable overnights and short cruises. The main cabin features an open layout with L-shaped galley, forward facing nav station, a wet locker and two full length settee berths with option for additional fold-up sea-berths. Six can comfortably sit for dinner. Two spacious aft quarter berths are standard, as well as a private forward head and removable V-berth.The J/111 is designed to be the best performing, easiest-to-sail boat of its size on the market, while offering the creature comforts needed (6' headroom) to satisfy the occasional overnight cruise. It's all about versatility and the joy of sailing - how to have the most fun out of the time and resources invested. This is the J Boats formula for success in building local one-design fleets and it's a pretty simple formula. Generally, there aren't enough owners in one area who can rationalize the expense of campaigning a single purpose (non-versatile) racing sailboat. There may be 20-30 owners nationally who are willing to fund a traveling program to a pinnacle event like Key West Race Week, but without the versatility to appeal to many owners, local fleets never reach the critical mass needed for long-term success. The J/111 is the next generation one-design J/Boat to fulfill the legacy of its predecessors. J/111 accelerates up to speed in the slightest of puffs, thanks to a generous, high-aspect rig combined with a low wetted surface hull. Sailing efficiency is gained by maximizing the sail luff lengths and reducing foot lengths to create a balanced, non-overlapping sail plan. When the wind and waves are up, J/111 pops up on a plane and delivers the dinghy-like, exhilarating rides that many modern designs struggle to do because of over-tweaking to handicap rules that encourage heavier, non-planing hull shapes. Turning the corner to go sailing upwind, J/111's efficient hull form and low vertical center of gravity kick in to provide the sweet weatherly handling J's are reknown for.The J/111 features an optimized E-glass/vinylester vacuum infused laminated hull and deck, a two metal, low-VCG bulb keel, a retractable carbon sprit, rail mounted shroud terminals (J/122 style), and a low-profile jib furler. Particular care is paid to centralizing and lowering weight both above and below decks, all critical to make the J/111 your ultimate sailing boat.

Mechanical and Electricals


20 HP 

Sail drive with 2 Blade folding prop

2 x 12v Batteries 

12v system 

Spars and Rigging

Carbon mast with twin swept spreaders

Rod Rigging

Running rigging

Harken fit out throughout (Tracks / Cleats / Winches / Blocks)

Carbon retractable pole 

Head sail furler 

Cunningham system 

In-hauler system 


North 3DL Mainsail, Two reefs and Antel slides

North 3DL furling jibs Medium x 2 (one like new) 

North A2, Red (Contender SK75 with retrieval patches) 

North A4, Red (Contender SK150 with retrieval patches) 

North A5, Red (Contender SK150 with retrieval patches) 

Mainsail / Boom cover

Deck Fittings

Harken 2-speed Performa 46 Self tailing winches 

Harken 2-speed Performa 40 Self tailing Halyard winches

Harken Winch handles

Push pit and Pull pit with stainless guard wires

Protective foam for crew hiking 

Wheel cover and Galley cover 

4 x cleats 

Warps and fenders


Additional cabin instead of storage over standard layout 
Open play layout, optimized for racing 
Light Grey upholstery still in plastic 

'V' berth into the bow
Sink and manual sea toilet to port
Large wet locker / Storage to starboard|
Door access

Two single settee's converting to berths
Fold down bunk bed / Sea berth above with cushions 
Keel stepped mast with protector 
Galley to port with 2 x gas hob / cooker / Sink / Top loading Fridge 
Storage space

Navigational station to starboard
Forward facing with opening table
Electrical control panel and additional storage 

2 x Aft berths
Upholstery in plastic 
Currently used as sail storage

Navigation Equipment

B&G V50 VHF + H50 Handset 

B&G T12 Plotter Zeus 

B&G H3000 autohelm

B&G H3000 20/20 displays x 4

AIS class B

Helm pod



Shore power inlet

Wind speed and direction

Asymmetric spinnaker

Mainsail cover


Navigation center

Storm jib

Log speedometer


Battened mainsail



Marine head

Cockpit speakers

Furling genoa


Steering wheel



Electric bilge pump


British marinas federationthe yacht harbour association Memebr of superyacht uk

blue sea marina management

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