J/111 SPORT SAILBOAT

SAVOUR THE MOMENT, EXPLORE YOUR TRUE POTENTIAL!

The adrenalin rises as you head out of port, accompanied by the smiles of friends and the rush of the waves. The boat accelerates away in the slightest gust. With the J/111, you’ll quickly access a whole range of new ambitions with surprising ease.

PICK UP THE PACE

High-performance sailing is within reach and you’re sure to excite envy along the way! The J/111 has been recognised by World Sailing as being “Offshore Certified”, enabling it to feature in offshore race programs.

ADMIRE THE PRECISION

To achieve such levels of performance, there is great attention to detail with regards to its construction. It’s the lightest boat of its size on the market, with superior carbon components. A great deal of precision has gone into the finish of the appendages.

HIT THE RACE TRACK

The J/111 is a solid boat, which stays true to the original: it’s the trademark of the J yard! That’s been part of the attraction for numerous sailors since its launch, particularly for racers who like to get together for one design racing during the various international gatherings organised each year.

EASY TO SAIL SHORT HANDED

J/111 is easy to sail and race short-handed. The crew can totally handle the asymmetric spinnaker, where it usually takes five or six people on a boat of this size. The J/111 enables sailing with fingertip-control at the helm. Let your family and friends enjoy the delights of high-speed sailing.

GET SOME VICTORIES UNDER YOUR BELT!

In addition to one design racing in Australia, the J/111 has made a name for itself in European and World championships, as well as all the major classics: Fastnet Race, Rolex Middle Sea Race, Mackinac race, etc. Proof of its ability to compete with the bigger boats!

GET TOGETHER AND SAIL WITH EASE

Simple, uncluttered interior – perfect for racing or weekends away with the family. Its interior L-shaped layout frees up all the necessary space in the saloon for comfortable seating and berths. Plenty of storage for the crews gear.


ONE DESIGN

Expanding Class

The J/111 is a very accessible and high-performance one design, with regular regattas around the World. Click here to read the Sail-World article about the Victorian J/111 fleet.

Respecting the Class

J Composites devotes considerable time to respecting the class measurement. With over 10,000 sportsboats built in the past 30 years, the J Composites yard has manufacturing tolerance down to a fine art.

Equipment

One design requires specific equipment in terms of deck hardware and sail area, which translates as a competetive racing programme, whilst limiting the expense of the arms race.

Sensation

The lightweight design of the J/111 enables it to take off in the slightest gust so it’s like sailing a 36-foot sports dinghy. One design racing is a guarantee of a thrilling ride!


PERFORMANCE

World Sailing Standards

The J/111 has been recognised by World Sailing as being “Offshore certified”, enabling it to feature in offshore race programs.

Build Precision

The keel and the rudder are aligned by laser to guarantee a high level of precision and positioning for each craft.

Exhilaration

The J/111 quickly reaches exhilarating speeds in light airs thanks to its lightweight design.

The Epitome of the Race Boat

The J/111 groups together all the latest technologies of a high-performance race boat.


MATERIALS

Composites

The materials for the sandwich and infusion composite construction are selected with precision so as to achieve the best possible combination of lightness/solidity on the market.

Keel

The keel is composed of a fully encapsulated cast iron fin keel and a lead bulb to obtain the greatest possible stability.

Rig

To offer you the highest standard of equipment on the market, the rig on the J /111 is the fruit of a very precise selection process.

Carbon

The selection of carbon for the rudder, mast and bowsprit brings lightweight design and performance. The carbon for the mast uses high modulus fibre.


TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS


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