"Destiny" Is a lightly used J/100 that has been sailed on a fresh water lake since new. This is a newer 2008 model and is highly optioned and well taken care of boat. She is ready to sail-Spring is coming! Grab this boat and enjoy sailing single handed with this easy to sail boat! Always dry sailed-kept on a hoist. Thi boat is in excellent condition! Very Rare shoal keel-go where others can't! The overall condition is very good to excellent. Great Boat! Now listed at $79,900.
Shoal draft vs. Std. draft performance? e-mail me and I will provide diagrams and analysis.
Look closely at the rigging options. Hoyt boom, lazy jacks, spinnaker furling system, full batten main. There may not be an easier boat to sail then this one. Perfect for the single handed afternoon/evening sail, but still fast enough to race! A beautiful, fast, easy to sail 33 footer-it doesn't get any better then this! JBoats Southwest sold this boat new and it was optioned with just about everything. Of the 10 or so J/100's we sold this one was the nicest with the most options and very well taken care of.
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Owner/Dealer Added Options
This boat would comp out at ~$115,000 as it is well optioned. It had one event requiring an insurance claim. The boat has been professionally repaired and the price is market adjusted to reflect the history. The hull has not been damaged and the boat appearance is exceptional. Please call or e-mail for details.
Scott Spurlin 512.423.2179 Scott@JBoatsSouthwest.com
There's nothing quite like steering a sleek, fast boat with a light touch on the tiller, the stability of a keel below, being close to the water and sliding through waves with barely a wake or whisper. Time is too precious and the alternatives too numerous to put up with any boat less than what will recapture those simple joys of sailing. J/100 is designed to do just that. The comforts that experienced sailors appreciate are part of the package. A two cylinder inboard saildrive hums along at 6.5 knots like a sewing machine, when you can hear it. Why limit your horizons because the wind might die? There's a bona fide marine head and even a couple of bunks with an option for a V-berth forward for the occasional overnight. A dodger works to extend the sailing season.If you plan to single-hand the boat or do some relaxed non-spinnaker racing, the Hoyt jib boom shown above works great! Using this system, TERN won what one captain called, the race from hell!! The 2004 Maine Retired (Age 65+) Skipper's Race: In dense fog, torrential rain, lightning, and 40 degree windshifts, the J/100 excelled. No need to overwork the crew or have anyone on the foredeck when there's a self-tacking jib and automatic whisker pole. TERN tacked effortlessly on 10 degree shifts, winning the trophy for the fastest of 38 starters. Five minutes back were larger boats with more crew, big winches and huge genoas.