J/121- Offshore Speedster with Less Crew

The J/121 is a 40’ offshore speedster that can be day raced or distance sailed by just 5 or fewer crew…. the best short-handed J ever…. capable of winning on any race track while also excelling in daysailing and weekend mode. Here’s a boat, class and program that redefines sailboat racing as a recreation and shared adventure with friends, reducing the focus on specialization and athletic short-course W/L racing. The J/121 fulfills the growing need to simplify life and reconnect with those you really want to sail with on a boat that’s pure magic to sail.

  • Make or Manufacturer

    J/Boats
  • Model

    J/121
  • Category

    Sailboat
  • Class

    Sport
  • Length Overall

    12m / 40ft
  • Length at Waterline

    11m / 36ft
  • Beam

    3.7m / 12ft
  • Draft

    2.4m / 7.8ft
  • Displacement

    12,000,000kg / 26,000,000lb

Why a New 40 Footer?

Sailing continues to adapt to the rapidly changing demographics, technology and social trends of an ever more hectic world. As our lives become more fast-paced so does the need to escape from the time constraints, pressures and burdens. “Always on, always connected” is leading the drive to “get away” to a place that can nourish and recharge the soul. Nowhere is that more evident than the extraordinary growth of adventure travel, providing people a much needed outlet through outdoor, shared experiences with others.

The challenge is trying to align 8-10 people onto the same schedule. This obstacle alone is impacting keelboat racing participation across the board in most areas. Just as technology is making it easier to sail, the over-reliance on crew is making it more complicated. Two of the positive growth areas in sailing today are one-design class racing in trailerable boats, and short-handed day racing and fun point to point events. The global success of the new J/70 is a direct result of pent-up demand for an affordable one-design with a pre-planned circuit and easy entry. The travel and event logistics for four people are infinitely easier than that of 8-10. For those sailing larger keelboats, it’s the charity pursuit races and day distance events like San Francisco’s Three Bridge Fiasco that are becoming increasingly popular. And it’s no surprise why. These events pack a lot of sailing fun and adventure into more acceptable, smaller doses that require less practice and time to manage.

The J/121 is designed with both of these trends in mind. Imagine a fleet of high- performance, offshore-capable speedsters sprinting along point-to-point, around- the-island, and adventure-style races with half the normal crew size, with owners enjoying a “dream circuit” of events that tie into regional “classic” races that everyone aspires to sail in.

Now is the Time

The J/121 is the answer for those seeking a boat that offers compelling performance with less crew, all-around sailing versatility, low maintenance, and is fully ocean capable to be delivered on its own bottom anywhere. The J/121 is a return to the shared adventure, sail-with-friends style of sailing and racing that’s more memorable and meaningful than the specialized, athletic W/L racing that’s succeeded mostly in establishing a pecking order that’s impossible to crack. This design hits all the hot buttons for J/sailors, but also appeals to new entrants to the sport who are drawn to turnkey adventure sailing with a pre-planned event schedule and readily available event support only the J/Network can provide. Sailing photo credits- Paul Todd/ Outside Images and Billy Black

J/121 Awarded SAIL Best Boats

SAIL Magazine has announced the winners of SAIL’s 2018 Best Boats Awards. If there’s one word that sums up the Best Boats Class of 2018, it would have to be “performance.” The boat review tea2017 1115 J121 SailBestBoatslogom at SAIL magazine determined the new J/121 offshore speedster was SAIL’s choice for Best Boats- Performance 30 to 40 feet. Here is Adam Cort's commentary:

“The latest in J/Boats' long line of outside-the-box designs is the new 40 foot J/121, a boat specifically tailored to appeal to skippers who are 1) tired of having to round up eight to 10 people to go racing and 2) are looking for something other the usual windward-leeward “sausage” courses that now dominate inshore racing.

To this end, the boat carries a “five-sail” rig that includes a main, jib and removable staysail (like the IMOCA 60 class), to make shifting gears with a crew of as little as five a snap, whether sailing inshore or off soundings. (A Code 0 or A-sail—sails #4 and 5—can be flown off the boat’s retractable sprit). To keep the boat on its feet, designer Al Johnstone has also included an easy-to-use water ballast system that can shift 104 gallons of water (880 lbs. worth) from side-to-side."

J/121 Specifications

Hull & Deck

  • J/121 hull & deck are vacuum-infused molded (SCRIMP process) in temperature controlled environment with biaxial and unidirectional E-glass fabrics using end grain balsa core in the hull for rugged durability and Corecell foam core in the deck for light weight. High density core inserts and additional glass reinforcements are placed in way of highly loaded hardware and components.
  • Laminates are engineered and built to exceed ISO 12215 Cat A and ABS structural standards.
  • White gelcoat hull with double bootstripe.
  • Molded companionway seahood with slider.
  • ORC molded-in toe-rails forward of the mast.
  • GRP molded main bulkhead – structurally bonded and tabbed to the hull and deck with single large opening to forepeak.
  • Two watertight bulkheads (one in the forepeak and one forward of the steering system) bonded and tabbed to the hull and deck.
  • Heavy duty molded fore/aft and transverse keel support grid, with substantial composite structural beams.
  • Composite mast bearing beam with carbon fiber compression post, bonded and fastened to the deck.
  • High aspect, low VCG “L” keel with lead ballast and epoxy faired and finished fin, flange mounted to a hull recess.

Mechanical & Steering

  • Yanmar 3YM30ACE 3 cylinder 4-stroke 29hp diesel engine with 125 amp alternator and SD 25 saildrive with 2-piece split zinc.
  • Yanmar keyless digital B instrument panel mounted in recess on cockpit wall near wheel
  • Gori two-blade, geared folding prop.
  • Spinlock flush mount engine throttle control with removable handle and neutral safety switch.
  • Balanced spade, composite rudder with stainless rudder post mounted in self aligning, Jefa rudder bearings.
  • Jefa twin pedestal steering system including sheaves, radial drive, needle bearings, and integral wheel brake.
  • Carbonautica custom composite wheels (2) finished in black Awlgrip.
  • Emergency tiller.

Deck Hardware

  • Harken Performa 52:1 self-tailing primary winches.
  • Harken Performa 46:1 self-tailing cabin top winches.
  • Harken Performa 46:1 self-tailing mainsheet winches.
  • Four Harken One-touch winch handles.
  • 6:1 Harken traveler system on cockpit floor.
  • Adjustable jib jead system with floating lead blocks and inhaul and outhaul capability.
  • Cascading cunningham system led to cockpit.
  • Harken spinnaker sheet and tack line blocks.
  • Bow-sprit control system led externally to clutch mounted on cabin top.
  • Mast base halyard blocks and organizers.
  • Halyard & tack line rope clutches.
  • Custom mast collar with attachment points for halyard and mast base blocks, and halyard bale.
  • Stainless cabin top handrails P&S.
  • Tapered SS lifeline stanchions. Forward stanchion with integral roller (P&S) for quick jib skirting. Double 1x19 stainless wire lifelines to meet all categories of the Offshore Special Regulations (OSR).
  • Custom bow pulpit and dual corner stern rails with LED navigation lights.
  • Four 4-bolt SS mooring cleats/eyes.
  • Interior ventilation from four framed opening ports in sides of cabin trunk, one offshore skylight deck hatch aft of mast, and one large offshore deck hatch forward of the mast.
  • Acrylic offshore drop-board with inside/outside lockable hasp.
  • Four polypropylene mesh line bags.
  • Custom SS forestay, shroud and backstay chainplates.

Plumbing & Electrical

  • 104 gallon (per side) seawater ballast system with molded tanks, transfer valves and overboard drain.
  • 24-gallon fuel tank with baffles and inspection port.
  • 12-gallon head holding tank.
  • Raritan PH-II head with deck pump-out.
  • Manual fresh water system with 26-gallon water tank and manual pumps and spigots in the galley and head.
  • Cockpit operated manual bilge pump.
  • Two 105 amp deep-cycle, Group 31 sealed AGM batteries.
  • Three position battery switch.
  • Electrical panel w/circuit breakers.
  • Bonding system.
  • Five low profile, LED reading lights.
  • One adjustable red/white light in Nav station
  • Six red/white LED dome lights
  • Automatic bilge pump with manual/auto panel switch.
  • Belowdeck OSR manual bilge pump.

Spars & Rigging

  • Carbon fiber, auto-clave cured mast with double swept back, carbon fiber spreaders, backstay crane, flush shroud terminations, sheaves for 1 main, 1 inner jib/staysail, 2 jib & 2 spinnaker halyards, vang and boom gooseneck fittings, steaming/foredeck light, masthead anchor/Tri-color light, internal wiring conduit, aluminum masthead bracket for owner provided wand. Antal mast track and loader gate. Mast/boom finished in black with contrasting white measurement bands.
  • Carbon fiber, racing boom with 12:1 internal outhaul, one mainsheet block bale, vang lug, and sheaves for two reef lines and outhaul.
  • Nitronic 50 discontinuous rod rigging package including shrouds and forestay.
  • Adjustable open body shroud turnbuckles.
  • DSK-90 Dyneema backstay connected to Harken integral hydraulic backstay adjuster operable on centerline just aft of the helm.
  • Jib roller furling system.
  • Carbon fiber bow sprit with internal bearing system and black painted finish. Fully extended position is supported by a Dyneema bobstay. Stored position is retracted aft of the stem for safer docking and maneuvering.
  • Running rigging package with GP78 Main halyard, V100 Jib halyard, GP78 spin/Code 0 halyard, one Inner Jib Halyard with integral halyard lock, 2nd spinnaker halyard, one mainsheet, two reef lines, two jib sheets, and two spinnaker sheets. Also includes cunningham, boom vang, outhaul, pole control, 2 tack lines, inhauler and floating jib ring lines, and traveler control lines.
  • Rigid boom vang with control lines led P&S to cockpit.

Interior

  • Off-white, low-maintenance bulkheads.
  • Molded engine box cover with 1” sound insulation.
  • Walled-in companionway entrance with angled treads and grab rails for secure passage.
  • Quarter cabin aft of the galley with below berth storage and split berth cushions.
  • Low maintenance, synthetic, high-wear cabin flooring.
  • SS overhead handrails in main salon P&S.
  • Two large acrylic fixed portlights.
  • Two 6’6” settee berths, each with a fold-up pilot berth outboard - for a total of four berths in the main cabin.
  • Storage outboard of settee berth back rests.
  • Sit-down, forward-facing nav station with two drawers & hinged-lid access to chart storage, outboard instrument panel and storage bin.
  • L-galley with sink, faucet, fresh water foot pump, sink drain seacock, ice box with top opening, gimballed LPG 2-burner cooktop, and storage cabinet outboard with acrylic sliders.
  • Walk-through aft head with sink, faucet, shower sump drain and under counter storage area.
  • Large storage area accessible through the head and via the starboard cockpit seat locker.
  • Choice of Sunbrella fabrics for interior cushions.
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Antal mast track and loader gate. Mast/boom finished in black with contrasting white measurement bands. \n- Carbon fiber, racing boom with 12:1 internal outhaul, one mainsheet block bale, vang lug, and sheaves for two reef lines and outhaul. \n- Nitronic 50 discontinuous rod rigging package including shrouds and forestay.\n- Adjustable open body shroud turnbuckles.\n- DSK-90 Dyneema backstay connected to Harken integral hydraulic backstay adjuster operable on centerline just aft of the helm.\n- Jib roller furling system. \n- Carbon fiber bow sprit with internal bearing system and black painted finish. Fully extended position is supported by a Dyneema bobstay. Stored position is retracted aft of the stem for safer docking and maneuvering.\n- Running rigging package with GP78 Main halyard, V100 Jib halyard, GP78 spin/Code 0 halyard, one Inner Jib Halyard with integral halyard lock, 2nd spinnaker halyard, one mainsheet, two reef lines, two jib sheets, and two spinnaker sheets. 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