J/120 For Sale, price reduced

1070 Marina Village Parkway
Alameda, CA 94501
United States

40.00 SF
Year Built

Basic J/120 available at a great price. These are truly versatile boats. Excellent for a weekend short-handed daysailer, or maybe a family cruise to the islands. Equally appropriate for one-design racing in competitive fleets, or offshore distance racing. This is a sound boat with very few modifications. making it the perfect platform for you to tailor her to your sailing goals. Currently setup for daysailing and coastal cruising, she's ready to join the racing circuit if that is your ambition (part of the beauty of this class are the sail limitations, making the full racing inventory just 5 sails, and only 3 needed for local events!)
Dimensions ft/lb m/kg LOA 40.00 12.19 LWL 35.00 10.67 Beam 12.00 3.66 Standard Draft 7.00 2.13 Standard Ballast 6,000 2,722 Displacement 13,900 6,305 Diesel Aux. Engine 38 hp 38 hp 100% SA 780 72.45 I 50.50 15.39 J 14.50 4.42 P 46.50 14.17 E 17.80 5.43 SA/Dspl 22 22 Dspl/L 145 145

Yanmar 3JH2E



Length: 40 ft
Length Overall: 40 ft
Waterline Length: 35 ft
Beam: 12 ft
Max Draft: 7 ft
Displacement: 13,900 lb
Single Berths: 2
Double Berths: 2
Cabins Count: 2
Tom Sitzmann
31 Main St.
South Freeport ME 04078
United States
 Tom Sitzmann
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Tom works in partnership with Thomas Yachts, a Yacht Broker in Maine. A lifelong sailor, Tom Sitzmann brings a broad range of sailing experience to Sail1Design. Tom has a great deal of dinghy and PHRF racing experience, competing successfully in the Laser, J/24, and J/22, winning several regional and district championships in those classes, both in New England and the Mid-Atlantic. While in Maine Tom also won several PHRF regattas aboard his J/24 & J/33, and more recently in his J/120 and now J/145.
Also a lifelong educator, Tom has coached sailing and directed sailing programs from Maine to Annapolis, and was an assistant offshore & dinghy coach at the USNA, head intercollegiate coach at Bowdoin College, and currently head coach at Severn School, where he guided the team to a National championship, the first and only Chesapeake Bay school ever to win the prestigious Mallory Trophy.
Tom ‘s offshore experience includes many distance races in New England, a transatlantic passage, a celestially-guided Marion-Bermuda Race, and most recently he brought his family to Bermuda aboard their J/120 Airwaves.
Tom's focus with Sail1Design is managing the Brokerage Marketplace, and Sail1Design's Career Center & Job Board. You can reach Tom at tom@sail1design.com

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