J39 Sailing Yacht
Hartlepool Marina, TS24 0RU
1991 J Boats J/39 J39
11/10 Price reduced again, yacht must go needs some work but is a bargain.
25/09 Price reduced as boat must be sold as not getting used.
J39 Glory Days, reluctantly on sale as a much loved vessel with the crew having provided great Racing and sea keeping capability for many owners over the years.
8 berth fitted out for club level racing, very spacious vessel ideal for a crew of 4 to 8 can take up to 12.
Currently on a NERR TCF of 1.0591 carrying a full overlap number 1 and Asymmetric, it’s IRC rating was around 1.0385
Glory Days, Ex Extreme, ex-Assassin, Ex-Yes is a fabulous vessel for each crew position she sails incredibly well upwind and handles all conditions with ease. Is particularly well suited to strong wind beating and just goes like a train.
Benefits from: New engine 2016, New Asymmetric 2016, New number 2 headsail 2017. The mainsail would benefit from replacement (Quoted £4500+VAT Carbon sport)
Fitted with a new inboard engine 3YM30 with a gearbox ratio 2.6 / 1. Supplied by Storrar marine £5000 Jan 2016
Shaft drive onto a 3 Bladed folding Maxi prop
Mast & Rigging
Stainless Steel Rod standing rigging last replaced in 2009
Hydraulic adjustable backstay
Aluminium mast and Spars
Triple inline spreaders with Runners
Most Running Rigging Replaced in 2016
8 deck winches
- Qty 2 on coach roof at base of mast with all lines through clutches
- Qty 2 at companionway one for tackling and other can be used to drop headsail from cockpit
- Qty x 2 large Genoa winches
- Qty x 2 Winches incorporated with the mainsheet system with full width traveller
Mainsheet is the German twin line system with endless loop linked through 2 self tailing cockpit winches.
The hull is fitted with a full length toe rail track system for multiple Cleat, block adjustment. Ideal for barber haulers and fin tuning of headsail.
Twin foil forestay with pre feed. Retractable Aluminium Bowsprit with tack line lead to cockpit clutches and winch for easy trim and dropping of Kite
- Mainsail Sanders – Slab (2013) 2 Reefs
- Headsail lightweight Code 1 – (130% overlap Unknown Year but serviceable)
- Headsail lightweight Code 1 – (130% Unknown Year and in poor order)
- Headsail Sanders Code 2 – (2017)
- Other sails Sanders Code 3 (2013)
- Sanders Code 0 (2013)
- Heavy Spinnaker (Unknown Year)
- Light Spinnaker (Unknown Year)
- Asymmetric Spinnaker, (2016)
The sails suit club racing however would benefit from a new mainsail if racing competitively (Reflected in asking price)
The rig was optimised by previous owner to run with Asymmetric and Code 3 which brought the IRC down to 1.023
Loose footed main with 2 Reefs. Foil mounted headsails. Loose footed Furling drum with endless line fitted to Code 0, ideal with inexperienced or short handed crew
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|Electric Bilge Pump||✓|
|Manual Bilge Pump||✓|
|Gennaker Cruising Spinnaker||✓|
|Fresh Water Tank|
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