2004 J Boats J/133


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LLC Owned

G Force is a 2004 J Boats J/133 Sailboat that offers the best of both worlds. She can be a serious racer or a comfortable performance cruiser. If you are looking for something that offers performance but don’t want to compromise on the interior amenities this is your yacht. Contact Ian Van Tuyl the listing agent today to set up a time to view g Force in person and please watch the video walkthrough for additional details. 

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Highlighted Equipment and recent upgrades

3 new spare ship batteries from powerstride= $700 New water pump for shower sink etc=450 New starting battery=$205 New cockpit cushions=$2500 New force 10 marine stove never been used=$2100 New sanitation hoses for forward and stern heads with charcoal air filters and new shower sump pumps=$1500 New B&G H5000 chart plotters with Zeus 3S 9 inch plotter at helm and 12” plotter at nav station=$30K New flex o fold prop with prop speed=$1800 New forward holding tank and all new hoses and Y valve=$2600 Labor to install B&G H5000 system =$4800 North Sails inspection of sail inventory=$2500 New head pumps=$550 New water filtration filter=$206 2 new ships batteries=$322 New sail drive and engine minor overhaul =$29K New sail cover, winch covers and hatch covers and dodger =$15K New boom vang =$1500 New LED lighting throughout boat=$700 Bottom paint Petit Black widow blue summer of 2021 B&G VHF and Fusion Stereo with Bose and Fusion speakers.  New lines for main halyard and jib halyard and Genoa sheets. New spin sheets. =$2K     Boat is documented and over 86K was spent on upgrading repairing and updating this boat. 

Sail Inventory

  • 2004 Hey #1 Genoa Kevlar 3DL (poor)
  • 2003 #3 Jib Kevlar 3DL (Fair)
  • Light Jib Top North Laminate Radial (good)
  • #3 Dacron Jib Crosscut Dacron (fair)
  • #4 Dacron Jib Crosscut Dacron (good)
  • mainsail crosscut Dacron (poor)
  • A1 AirX600/500 (good)
  • A2 AirX600 (good)
  • A3 AirX650 /700 (fair)
  • A4 AirX700 (fair)

Manufacturer Provided Description

J/133 has the stability for shorthanded cruising, race-winning speed under IRC, AMERICAP II or PHRF, durability for rough offshore passages and a retractable sprit that makes big crews obsolete. J/133 combines the cruising comfort of the popular J/46 but with more powerful performance ratios and an easier to manage sailplan for better race results with fewer and less experienced crew, particularly in the light airs so frequently encountered during summer on the Great Lakes and East Coast in the US. Not to say J/133 wonâ??t perform in a breeze. Her lower center of gravity with lead keel bulb and carbon rig comes into play in those conditions. Prototype of the design concept is the new J/109, winning the Atlantic Cup in France for best overall performance of any boat in IRC during 4 major regattas; winning a gale ridden, double-handed Round Britain Race overall as one of only 8 finishers among 38 starters; Overall winner Cowes Week under IRC and, winner Overall of the Middle Sea Race marathon around Sicily. A proven concept. With nearly 1,800 J/Sprit boats launched in the past decade, sailing with asymmetric spinnakers is now firmly entrenched and J/Boats is leading the charge. In famous sailing venues like Annapolis, Newport, San Francisco Bay and the Solent, itâ??s now commonplace to see more asymmetric spinnakers than conventional; and for good reason. A-sails are easier. With J/133, the ease of going fast with less crew is combined with a classic, sea-going J cruising interior, to produce a boat as comfortable to sleep aboard as she is to sail. Like her stablemates, J/133 is designed for blazing speed with fingertip control, whether carving through waves upwind in 12 knots or surfing with double-reefed main in a squall. Long waterline length combined with narrow waterline beam results in a hull that tracks well through the waves with only minimal input from the wheel.


Hours ind: Prop & Shaft Ventilation:
Yanmar 4JH3E, 4-cyl diesel, 56hp version. Yanmar SD-40 saildrive 2,128 on meter
Yanmar SD-40 Saildrive, 2-blade geared feathering prop. Ample


TANKS: Fuel:
1 Aluminum, Cap: 52 gals indicated
Fuel delivery system: Type Al hose, Racor fuel filter/separator
Water: 1plastic, 1flexible Cap: 100 gals rep
Engine & AC-operated hot water system, est 6 gals.
Holding: 1 Plastic with macerator & deck pump outs (Operational at brief test)

Electrical System

Circuit protection: AC system:
12 V D C , E s t 1 2 0 – a m p s o n m a i n e n g i n e
1Gp 24 start, 4 Gp 31 house AGM, secured in place per ABYC Fuses on main DC panel, fused main circuits
Dockside system with 30-amp breaker on incoming AC. Breakers on main panel
Xantrex Freedom 25, 2500W, est 100 amp charger, Link 2000 monitor. Generator:
GFCI outlets in cabin.
Battery charger:
On inverter, with Link 2000 system monitor
Electrolysis protection: Zinc on saildrive. Galvanic isolator

Spars & Rigging & Deck

Add’I spars: Standing rigging: Headsail furling: Add’l:
SAILS: Main: Headsails:
Keel-stepped carbon.
Aluminum main boom, carbon sprit,spinnaker/jib pole.
Navtech rod system, bronze turnbuckles
Harken system (Operational on sailing trial) Main traveler, solid vang, hydraulic backstay adjuster,
spinnaker gear.
Full batten w/Dutchman system (Excellent cond.) Genoa on furler (Excellent cond.) Additional sails for cruising and racing, bagged ashore.
(Rep good cond.)
Winches: 2 Harken #46ST forward,
2. Harken #48ST, 2 Harken # 56 ST, 10 line clutches aft.
22# Lewmar claw, est 30′ 5/16″ G4 chain, 200′ 5/8″ nylon at bow Fortress FX23 aluminum, est 30′ 5/16″ G4 chain, 200′ 5/8″ nylon aft.

Fortress FX23 aluminum with chain & line rode spare, aft. Nonefitted.
Roller at bow
(Removable forracing)


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