About this Sailboat:
If you don’t know her – she’s a fine example of J’s successful 29′ hot rod built in the mid-80’s. Yet easy to sail. Hull and decks are structurally sound. Bottom professionally redone, faired along with the keel and 2 coats of epoxy barrier coat three years ago, when I bought her. If you do your research, don’t let the frac rig dissuade you. Her stick is nearly 4′ taller than a masthead. The boom is also a foot longer. The foretriangle is smaller, making sailing with less crew/kids a little more manageable. I often single hand/race the boat. There are no runners to fool with and with a quick tug on the backstay adjuster the whole rig can be tweaked to varying conditions. I have sailed this boat for three years and it has been a pure pleasure in all conditions, from the light, to 30 knots in the Winter, to spending the weekend on the water. Interior is great condition (no pix). Sails are in excellent condition including hardly used spinnaker. They have been lightly used.
Custom Trailer for this J29 with keel guide
Priced below comparable J/29s
Equipment on Board:
Just installed (Dec 2011) all new Raymarine electonics (Wind speed and direction, etc/depth/speed). New windex. New spare wheel and tire for trailer. Trailer has electric brakes. Just put annual two coats of McLube wax on hull and all non skid areas on deck and in cockpit, etc. After sanding smooth, just put two coats of top grade ablative, self polishing with biolux paint on bottom.
2007 Schurr Main and (# removed) Quantum .6 Spinnaker
Good .6 Airex Spinnaker
100# Dacron Jib – OK, but works when conditions warrant it, which is rarely
2006 Nissan 6hp 4-stroke runs great
Everything works New Stereo/CD with good speakers, VHF with external stern antenna
Awlgrip in 2005
Custom Teak Cabin Sole
Interior cushions professionally recovered in Sunbrella
Winch Covers, Main Cover, Tiller Cover in great condition
Solar charger, battery two years old