Barco de regata muy rapido construido en fibra de vidrio, que dispone de un camarote en proa.
Velas: Cuatro velas mayores, cuatro foques y dos genakers. VHF con DSC, Compás y Timón de caña.
Documentación en regla, 7ª lista española e ITB actualizada. Mantenimiento profesional. Posibilidad de remolque para transporte.
VELEROS PASCUAL es una empresa situada en el puerto deportivo de Puerto Sherry, en la localidad de El Puerto de Santa Maria (Cádiz), dedicada a la compra-venta de barcos, ya sean nuevos o de ocasión, de vela o a motor, y al alquiler de barcos (con o sin patrón). Además, nuestra empresa trabaja con marcas nuevas tales como Shiren, Rio Ibérica, Altair, etc. También disponemos de una tienda de ropa y calzado náutico en el cual podréis encontrar todo tipo de calzado e indumentaria de las marcas mas prestigiosas de este mercado tales como Slam, Helly Hansen, North Sails, Holebrook, Capitan Cook, etc., así como diversos artículos de regalo y/o complementos. También contamos con productos de las mejores marcas de electrónica naval como Raymarine, Garmin, Simrad, etc. Por otra parte, realizamos tramitación y asesoramiento en todo tipo de documentación (matriculación, cambio de propiedad, etc.) y seguros para todo tipo de embarcaciones (somos Agentes Autorizados de MAPFRE) así como también ITB (Inspección Técnica de Barcos).
Please contact Pascual Martinez Gargallo at +34656863284
Zusatzinformationen, Zubehör und Ausstattung:
Designer: Rod Johnstone
Länge über alles: 8.0 m
Breite: 2.51 m
L.W.L.: 6.71 m
Tiefgang max.: 1.50 m
Verdrängung: 1315 kg
Ballast: 635 kg
Stehhöhe: 1.52 m
Trokengewicht: 1315 kg
Gesamtleistung: 3 KW
Marke des Motors: YAMAHA
Motor Typ: Aussenborder (4-Takt)
Motorleistung: 3 KW
Anzahl Treibstofftanks: 1 (20 Liter)
Anzahl an Einzelbetten: 4
Anzahl Kabinen: 1
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J-80 combines ease of handling and great stability with speed, the elusive goal in an easily trailed monohull. J-80 (80 decimeters) was designed with the security and reliability of a fixed lead keel of moderate draft. That ballast is made more effective by J-80's low center of gravity, thanks to a strong, light hull and deck built with a TPI-patented, vacuum resin infusion process achieving 60-70 per cent glass content and precise weight control. You can be sailing in three minutes. Take off the boom cover and hoist the main. It's already attached to the mast with slides. Cast off. J-80 goes faster under main alone than other boats her size under full canvas. Want more speed Uncleat the Harken roller furler control line, and trim the jib sheet. The jib unrolls and J-80 leaps into Mach II performance. Ready for Mach III Without leaving the cockpit, pull the green launch control line for the carbon sprit and it drags the lower front corner of the spinnaker out with it. Hoist, then trim the spinnaker. You're off planing in only 15 knots of wind. To jibe, simply let off one spinnaker sheet and pull in the other. Both are attached to the same aft corner like a genoa. The spinnaker flows between the rolled jib and its own leading edge. Whether it's blowing 5 knots or 25, two people can fly J-80 asymmetric spinnaker with greater control and speed than four people might have flown the old style. To encourage ownership and participation in J-80 events by all sailors, J-80 Class Rules are written to keep the fun up and costs down. J-80 Class Rules, when racing one-design, specify a three sail limitation: Dacron mainsail on slides, 100 per cent roller furling Mylar jib and 0.6 ounce asymmetric spinnaker. Sails must remain stored on the roller furler and boom at night. The crew weight limit is three people of any weight, or 715 pounds if there are four or more people aboard. With many J-80 one-design events during 1993 and the initial 80 boats going to 11 nations, J-80 is well on its way to becoming an international class. Trailering to class events is as easy as with a J-24. J-80 weighs less, fits U.S. & European legal towing widths, and rides high enough on a trailer so as not to obstruct rear-view visibility.
J - 80 Specifications - Standard Equipment Hull & Deck - Lloyd's approved, Baltek end-grained balsa laminate construction using TPI's patented SCRIMP molding system for exceptional weight control and high glass content skins. - Interplastic vinylester resin in hull's outer skin for a 10-year warranty against blisters. - White gelcoat hull with J-80 decal. - Two-tone deck with high traction molded non-skid of contrasting color on a white deck. - Large modern cockpit with rolled edges and fore-and-aft molded 3" foot braces on centerline. - ORC 1.25" low maintenance white thermoplastic toe rail on foredeck outboard of cabin trunk and on centerline aft under tiller for power reaching foothold. - Low transom suitable for both rudder gudgeon support and direct mounting of a 3-4 hp outboard, hiding the engine housing in profile when swung up into the cockpit. - GRP molded main structural bulkhead, bonded fore & aft on hull and deck as support for doubled shroud chainplates. - Solid fiberglass keel support beams infused without secondary bonds as part of the primary hull molding. - Fabricated aluminum, adjustable mast step with transverse beams fastened to bulkheads, fore and aft. - Two fixed Lexan cabin trunk ports. - Sealed air tanks with inspection ports under the cockpit and forward under the V-berth platform. - Lead & antimony fixed 4.9' draft fin keel with flared bulb bolted to a deep molded stub for optimum stability, strength and safety. - Crane lifting bar at aft keel bolts - Stemhead fitting with attachment point for roller furling system. - FRP outboard rudder with heavy duty pintles - gudgeons. - Forespar TET white telescoping tiller extension with foam grip and varnished, curved laminated wood tiller. Deck Hardware & Running Rigging - Two Harken 32-2A, 2 speed primary winches with one Harken "speed grip" lock-in 10" winch handle and neoprene holder. - Thurston fabric mast boot with Hall rubber wedges. - Clear anodized 3 ft. x 1 in. jib tracks with two Schaefer #05-083 standup jib blocks and aft end stops. - Jib sheets secured by two Harken 150 cam cleats at winches. - 4 bulls eye fairleads to lead roller furler and tack line to cockpit. - Harken 2:1 traveler system with #158 car using 082 bullets. Control line is secured through a hole in the high-profile track passing through the bullet block on the traveler to 096 turning blocks, then up to micro cams with 316 fairleads. - Harken 5-part mainsheet of polyester with #144 swivel base cleat with 295 cam riser under a Hexaratchet, leading to a 030 fiddle w- becket on a 12" wire strop attached to boom and a 028 fiddle on the traveler car. - 8:1 Harken boom vang system with 053 Fiddle and 060 Fiddle with ratchet and tackle with wire lead through Harken 304 wire block on boom vang bale. - Low profile, lightweight, custom Harken "00" roller furling system with control line aft to portside of cabin trunk through Harken 238 cam cleat with fairlead. - 5" bow mooring eye and port bow chock. - Lewmar bronze tinted 16 x 16 forward opening hatch. - Two "U" bolts aft doubling as aft mooring eyes to fasten two Harken 001 spinnaker sheet blocks. - Spinnaker sheet led forward to Harken 015 and 016 Hexaratchet blocks and Harken 150 cam cleats. - Internal spinnaker bowsprit launching line led aft through fairleads inside the cabin to exit the aft face of the cabin trunk to a Harken 150 cam. - GRP main sliding hatch with acrylic one piece offshore dropboard with inside - outside opening hasp. - Main halyard with Wichard captive-pin shackle, cleated on the portside of mast to a Schaefer #70-78 horn cleat. - Jib (Genoa) halyard with eye splice at top (shackles to upper swivel) and cleated on portside of mast through double Harken 150 cam cleats. Halyard can be tensioned by running it aft after passing through owner supplied block on standard HD padeye mounted at base of spar. - Spinnaker halyard with Wichard 2673 quick-release shackle cleated high on starboard side of mast with Harken cam cleat on riser base. Halyard can be led aft through owner supplied block at base of spar. - White 12x17 halyard tail bag for deck forward of mast serving also as cushion for the forward hatch when swung aft, fully open. - Spinnaker tack line leading to J-Sprit bale through deck-mounted bulls eye fairlead aft to Harken 238 cam cleat with fairlead mounted on starboard side of cabin trunk, accessible to primary winch. - 4:1 adjustable split backstay of 6 mm 8-plait pre-stretched braid led to forward either side of cockpit and up to Micro-cams with fairleads at helmsman's position. - 2:1 Cunningham leading from gooseneck through sail grommet to Harken #291 pivoting exit block on aft face of mast, operable from cockpit or either side deck. - Reef pennant - Split stainless steel bow pulpit - 6 tapered stainless stanchions with single 20" lifelines and additional fiberglass support knees under deck. - 2 aft stem corner rails with stern lifeline. - Sailing navigation lights (bow & stern) operated by on-off switch with portable 12 volt battery terminals. Spars & Standing Rigging - Tapered Hall 6061-T6 white, fractional-rig mast with double "through-bar" airfoil spreaders and Gibb "T" terminals. - Anodized aluminum boom with Harken 6:1 internal outhaul, aluminum clam cleat and adjustable reef line system. - Custom 6.25'. carbon fiber, shock-cord retractable J-Sprit with under deck Harken launching system. - Below decks mast ventilation holes in mast. - Rod headstay with stainless 1x19 wire shrouds and backstay with Navtec turnbuckles. - All chainplates with lightning grounds. Interior - Varnished, removable teak and holly cabin sole. - Molded settee berths with access panels to storage underneath. - Large forward V-berth platform with two access panels above mast step, and instrument through-hull area with inspection port. - Stainless companionway entrance ladder with 2 teak steps permitting an outboard engine and cooler to be stored aft. - Removable access port in bulkhead aft of settee berths. - 12V motorcycle battery - White halogen interior light wired directly to the battery. - Masthead Windex.
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