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    One design racing, coastal and offshore cruising
  1. J/120 offshore cruiser

    Stu- Thank you for your comments. I am also aware of potential issues with the rudder bearing but other than that it appears there is good consensus among the sailing community that this is a good offshore boat. Any other pointers you can offer would be very much appreciated. Thanks.
  2. J/120 offshore cruiser

  3. Stu- Thank you for your comments re J/120 for offshore cruising. I'm interested in any other pointers you might want to offer. There appears to be good consensus in the sailing community that it is a good offshore boat. I am also aware of potential issues with the rudder bearing.

     

     

  4. J/120 offshore cruiser

    Have done a lot of J/105 racing and have wondered what could happen with the sprit in a collision. Now I guess I know....
  5. J/120 offshore cruiser

    Looking at purchasing a J/120 for coastal/offshore cruising. Concerned over reports of water ingress in some boats on long port tacks in heavy weather and reports of structural issues around the sump in other boats. J Boats have claimed sump issues in only the first 25 boats which I've seen disputed. Are these real issues or isolated events? Would welcome input from J/120 owners.