The review video has the j1 hanked on with a reef, and then an inner cutter-jib cableless, not sure if that one had a reef as well.Hanked-on with reef I would expect
I suspect there is a furler. With no inner forestay would be a pain to take down shorethanded if not.A little past 13 minutes... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GtMQJYY8Rlc&feature=youtu.be, not sure if there is a furler or not, but at least cableless.
yes. For anyone who knows shorthanded, when you put the J2 up (staysail), having a continuous furler is great as you can use the sail with a code 0 or even a spinnaker. Just much easier, faster and safer to deploy or roll the sail.I suspect there is a furler. With no inner forestay would be a pain to take down shorethanded if not.
It's not even a full pre-preg carbon boat... for that kind of money it should be.Another DOA design in this world recession !
Does anyone intend to purchase a 30' sailboat for $250K soon ?
Not to pick on you, but really? Do you really have any idea how much it should cost? Some Rando said "with every box checked and the full North Package." Which, based on my earlier J/109 based experience has to be at least 50k worth of sails, instruments, etc...It's not even a full pre-preg carbon boat... for that kind of money it should be.
Hull and deck:
sandwich PVC / fiberglass / polyester (vacuum infusion).