Bottom keel and rudder faired in 2005 by Diversified Marine and is race ready.
Strong class assures a good resale value.
According to its builder, "Since its introduction in 1983, the J/22 has blossomed into an International class now with 1,600+ boats sailing in 65 fleets in 18 countries. Over 130 boats sailed in the 2004 World Championship. On the merits of its sailing characteristics, widespread popularity and small crew number (3-4), J/22 continues to be the boat of choice and is selected again for the 2005 Rolex International Women's Keelboat Championship in Annapolis, MD."
The J22 has a comfortable self-bailing cockpit with 7 ft. long seats and room for 4 people in the cabin to escape the rain or cold. J/22 is built for safety with buoyancy tanks and offshore hatches. Her 700 lb. lead keel lowers the center of gravity, creating nearly 1700 foot pounds of righting moment at 90 degrees of heel.
Length overall 22.5 ft (6.98 m)
Waterline length 19.0 ft (5.8 m)
Beam 8.0 ft (2.45 m)
Draft 3.8 ft (1.18 m)
Displacement 1790 lb (812 kg)
Lead keel 700 lb (318 kg)
Upwind sail area :223 sq ft (22 mē)
Spinnaker area: :345 sq ft (34 mē)
Trailer is in good shape and road ready.
Thanks for posting my boat. I traded it locally for a J30.
J-22 #106. Could you please make it as sold? Thanks. BTW I had very little activity until recently. I have had several inquiries in the last two weeks so maybe things are picking up.
Spanish Fort, Alabama