J boats are world renowned for building some of the most successful boat designs in history in both racing and cruising classes. The J100 merrys the two styles with elegance. In their first year of production, 2005, the J100 won Sailing World Magazine's "Boat of the year" Award. With all lines led aft, and a self tacking jib, the J100 can be sailed single or double handed with ease.
Looking for more performance? remove the jib boom, and she'll race with the best of them with overlapping headsails and a large asymmetrical spinnaker. Either way, it is easy to tap into her performance roots, even for the casual sailor.
This particular example, "Pacifica" is truly stunning. She is set up to be an ideal racer cruiser with a roller furling jib and stack packed laminate mainsail. Her sail inventory also includes a race jib, asymmetrical spinnaker, and furling code zero.
Down below, there is just enough accommodation for day sailing or weekend cruises. She has a single head up forward, and sleeping arrangements for up to 4. However, "Pacifica" is far from a furniture boat, and maintains a minimalist design that stems from her performance roots.
Boats like these rarely make it to Hawaii, and we are certain that the new owner will not be disappointed.