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  • Off Market
  • $1,499,000
  • Sail / Racers and Cruisers
  • J Boats / J 65
  • 2006 / Used
  • 65' / 16'
  • Yanmar 4JH3-DTE
  • 125 hp
  • Diesel

Racers and Cruisers 2006 J Boats J 65 listed by JK3 Nautical Enterprises, Inc. (Off Market)

  • Last advertised price $1,499,000
  • Powered by single Yanmar 4JH3-DTE / 125 hp
  • Off Market / since Jun 23rd 2015

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Sloop-rigged, J/65 is long and lean with low wetted surface, allowing the boat to be easily driven with a moderate sailplan in light airs. To make target cruising speeds of 9-10 knots, J/65 wont be as dependent upon auxiliary diesel power as most vessels in her category are. A graceful sloping sheerline, and flared topsides allow for a sleek and purposeful silhouette and a dry, comfortable ride. The large, protected aft cockpit offers plenty of space to get comfortable while also providing great protection offshore.

J/65s versatile sailplan accommodates both a cruising set-up with main and roller-furling small jib, and a powered-up performance program with overlapping headsails and asymmetric spinnakers tacked to the stem or flown from a carbon spinnaker pole. All it takes to hoist, furl and trim the sails is the push of a few buttons.

Maitriis fitted with the standard 9-foot keel, has a mahogany interior, and is fully systemized right down to a bow thruster for tight docking maneuvers and a charging system specified to meet the bagaries and demands of round-the-world voyaging. Maitris optimization for high performance global cruising includesan extensive systems package (AC/heat/genset/inverter, etc), hydro bow thruster, hydraulic winches, hydraulic furler/windlass package, and a 9 draft all-purpose keel. Staying true to the philosophy that comfort at sea translates into comfort at the dock, Maitris interior delivers both on style and function. There are three private cabins, a large main saloon, a large navigation station, spacious galley and an abundance of storage. This ocean-proven layout allows secure fore and aft crew movement below, even in rough conditions.

In a review in Cruising World magazine, Herb McCormickmakes the following observations on the J/65. First off, to my eye, the boat looks terrific. Im on the record as being an enthusiast - for many reasons- of the new era of deck-saloon cruisers, but theres also something exactly right and aesthetically pleasing about the 65s long, low, purposeful profile, which is complemented by the generous rig and, in particular, the large, roachy mainsail. This is a boat that appears fast and raring to go on paper, never mind on the water.

Maitri was recently hulled out with:

-New bottom paint

-New LP paint on transom

-Inspected from bow to stern

-All systems serviced and ready to go


Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

Boat Name

Keel: Fin

LOA: 65 ft 0 in
Beam: 16 ft 0 in
LWL: 57 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 9 ft 0 in
Displacement: 50000 lbs
Ballast: 19000 lbs

Total Power: 125 HP

Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Engine Model: 4JH3-DTE
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Power: 125 HP


  – GRP infusion molded structural bulkheads
  – Two secondary watertight bulkheads: one aft of foredeck sail locker and one forward of rudder post
  – Additional secondary bulkheads individually glassed to hull and deck
  – Heavy duty glass floor beams infused to the hull for ultimate keel support and hull stiffening
  – 9 draft low VCG keel, installed and coated with Interlux 2000 primer
  – Longitudinal hull beams infused to the hull for increased panel stiffness
  – Separate molded engine support structure glassed to hull
  – FRP beam mast step infused to hull structure
  – Heavy duty polished 316 stainless steel chainplates
  – Custom fabricated 316 stainless steel sternhead bolted to a reinforced hull
  – Structural bulkhead outboard of rudder post for autopilot steering arm
  – TPI 5 year structural warranty

Hull and Deck

  – Patented TPI resin infused SCRIMP composite sandwich construction using unidirectional carbon fiber with biaxial e-glass and vinylester in the skins with Baltek Super-Light 56 end-grained balsa core in the hull and Corecell A500 foam core in the deck
  – Additional reinforcing in highly loaded areas
  – Lamintation specifications to exceed ABS offshore yacht standards
  – TPI transferable ten-year warranty against hull blisters
  – Awlgrip finish on hull and deck
  – 4 minimum overlap of hull to deck joint
  – Molded in full-length bulwarks providing elegant ORC-approved toe-rail solution while allowing for optimum outboard mounting of stanchions
  – Molded companionway seahood with integral instrument pod capable of housing four full-function BG 2020 instrument displays
  – Moulded transom swim platform
  – Molded spray shield housing for standard cockpit dodger and frame
  – Molded aft lazarette lockers (2) with watertight gaskets
  – Molded propane locker vented overboard
  – Molded cockpit seat lockers (2) with watertight gaskets and drainage into cockpit. Each locker sized to accommodate a 10 man life-raft
  – Molded dorade boxes (2) near mast and one at forward end of seahood with sundeer-style adjustable closures operable belowdecks
  – Double tapered boot top and cove stripe of contrasting color
  – Positive traction nonskid on deck and cockpit surfaces (nonskid styling similar to J/160)
  – SSB groundplane in the hull
  –  Options added to Hull Deck:
  – Teak cockpit sole with swim platform
  – Varnished teak cockpit table
  – Centerline cockpit teak foot brace
  – 4 prisms including joinery frames under deck


  – ACC Marine balanced high aspect rudder constructed with unidirectional carbon/e-glass
  – High strength custom engineered and molded carbon rudder shaft, extending 80% of the rudder depth to provide maximum strength in case of collision
  – Edson high performance rudder bearing system
  – CustomACCcarbonsingle wheel steering system with custom molded pedestal. One 5 Ritchie SP-5 binnacle compass with lighting and cover mounted on molded steering pedestal
  – Low gear ration for fingertip steering control and to facilitate installation of self steering devices
  – Oversized steering sheaves with needle bearings and guards
  – Aluminum anodized emergency tiller
  – Aramid soft-stop rudder stop
  – Auto-pilot ram attachment point incorporated into the quadrant


  – New 2010 Yanmar 4JH3-DTE 125 hp diesel auxiliary with hydraulic drive transmission
  – 4 cylinders with fresh water cooling
  – Yanmar D-Type recessed engine instrument panel located on centerline, aft in helmsmans cockpit
  – Gauges for tachometer, fuel, hours, etmperature, amps
  – Audio alarms for water temperature and oil pressure
  – Engine throttle control/gear shift mounted to pedestal top
  – 2 blade, variable pitch max prop with Aquamet 22 stainless steel engine shaft
  – Aquadrive 20300 engine drive thrust bearing, mounted on independent bulkhead
  – PSS shaft seal for no-drip/low maintenance
  – Bronze cast custom strut with cutlass bearing
  – Soundown Delux lead-lined insulation in engine compartment
  – Generous access to engine space via insulated doors in aft cabins, each gasketed and secured with heavy duty adjustable latches
  – Heavy-duty shields versaflex exhaust hose
  – Engine room ventilation blower and intake ducting
  – Vetus LP75 silencer muffler for engine
  – Streamlined zinc
  – Mack-Boring J/65 engine spare parts kit with engine service manual

Plumbing and Tanks

  – 175 gallons of fuel in two fuel tanks with baffles and inspection/clean out ports
  – Dual Racor fuel and water separators with changeover valve for fuel system
  – Fuel gauge and shut-off valve on fuel tanks
  – 225 gallon total water capacity in independently valved stainless tanks
  – Fresh water tanks are secured and independently vented to the foredeck locker
  – Hot and cold pressure water system
  – Two Allcraft V10stainless 10 gallon hot water heaters w/110v and engine transfer
  – Independent sump system for head shower drains
  – Icebox drain empties into sump system
  – Rule electric bilge pump with anti-siphon valve and bilge alarm mounted in main bilge, aft storage area and foredeck locker
  – Two manual bilge pumps mounted in cockpit and port aft cabin
  – Two Raritan PH-2 heads
  – All sanitation hose is Sealand Odor Safe hose
  – Two holding tanks, each with overboard Y discharge, venting and deck pump-out
  – Snake River tank monitoring system for fuel, water and holding tanks
  – Jabsco Dual Sensor Max VSD water pressure pump
  – Grohe water faucets in heads. Drains fitted with check valves to prevent water siphoning with sailing at high speed.
  – Whale Gusher fresh water manual foot-pump (galley)
  – Whale Gusher salt water manual foot pump (galley)
  – Fresh and salt water washdowns in forward sail locker.
  – Hot/cold transom shower
  – All flush mounted thru-hull fittings below the waterline
  – All seacocks labeled with tags
  – All plumbing hoses are double clamped below waterline.

Deck Hardware

  –  Winches:
  – Two Harken B980.3STH 3-speed hydraulic self-tailing primary winches on coaming in cockpit.
  – Two Harken B64.2STAH 2-speed hydraulic self tailing winches on cabin top
  – Two Harken B64.2STAH 2-speed hydraulic self-tailing mainsheet winches
  – Two Harken B56.2STA 2-speed self-tailing halyard winches near mast
  – Six lock-in 10 Harken speed grip winch handles
  – Dual direction Muir 3500 hydraulic windlass mounted on foredeck with rope/chain automatic gypsy and rope capstan with integral hawse pipe and chain stopper. Up/down foot switches on foredeck.
  –  Hardware Blocks:
  – Harken mainsheet traveler system featuring reverse purchase 1:4 belowdecks Navtec hydraulic piston with pump/release controls on either side of cockpit
  – Harken 100mm footblocks for jib/genoa
  – Harken 100mm mainsheet blocks, 100mm spinnaker sheet turning blocks and 75mm mast base halyard blocks
  – Thurston companionway dodger with bimini and awning system designed to extend from companionway to backstay
  – Harken adjustable jib/genoa tracks (port and starboard)
  – Outboard jib tracks
  – Custom 316 stainless mast collar polished with secure points for halyard blocks and halyard bar
  – Tapered double 316 stainless 28 lifeline stanchions, gates (port and starboard) and heavy duty bases
  – 316 stainless double-rail 28 bow pulpit and split stern pushpit with amidships gate
  – Custom 316 stainless headstay fitting
  – Custom 316 stainless inner forestay deck fitting
  – Custom single anchor line roller and anchor retainer mounted on fixed carbon sprit
  – Removable stainless single anchor line roller mounted to port, aligned to allow second rode to be operated on the windlass capstan
  – (8) Stainless deck cleats, two on each side at the bow, two on each side amidships and 4 astern
  – (8) large stainless chocks
  – Lewmar Ocean Series bronze tinted acrylic hatches with satin finished aluminum frames and screens. Size 77 sail locker hatch, size 70 hatch over forward stateroom, size 60 hatch over main cabin and 4 size 10 hatches.
  – FRP companionway hatch with two-part Lexan drop-board with inside/outside lockable hasp
  – Lewmar atlantic opening portlights with white exterior frames on cabin trunk and cockpit sides
  – Two-part companionway hatch screens
  – 6 sheet and halyard line bags
  – Four 5 Vetus Yogi 316 stainless dorade cowl vents with screens
  – 316 stainless handrails on cabin top port and starboard
  – 316 stainless shroud chainplates and backstay tang.
  –  Options Added to Deck Hardware:
  – 5 additional flush, frameless hull ports
  – 4 retractable 15 cleats
  – Recesses for hydraulic winch buttons and hydraulic furler controls
  – Upgrade all hatches and ports to stainless steel

Foredeck Locker and Anchor Storage

  – Large sail and stowage locker, forward of owners stateroom accessed via overhead deck hatch with independent lock.
  – Forepeak locker - two stainless rails with mesh, two additional rails under deck near openingfor securing lines
  – Garbage storage in forepeak locker
  – Ladder treads on forward side of bulkhead
  – Stern anchor chock/rode storage at transom
  –  Anchors:
  – Primary anchro: 80 lb stainless steel plow with all chain rode
  – Secondary anchor: Fortress FX55 with chain andline rode
  – Removeable secondary anchor roller
  – Stern anchor: Fortress FX23 with chain and line rode


  – Balmar 190 amp engine alternator mounted on aquadrive attachment to isolate vibration
  – Eight Lifeline AGM 8D batteries to supply 24 volt House Bank
  – 2 Optima 800 start batteries
  – (3) total guest battery switches (2) for house bank and (1) engine battery
  – Battery paralleling switch to allow engine start with house batteries
  – 24 volt onboard DC system
  – Marinco shore power system with outlets and 50 amp shore cable
  – Marinco stainless deck inlet located on inboard face of transom in swim platform area.
  – Galvanic isolator with 2 guest dynaplate grounding plates
  – Mastervolt custom electrical panel recessed into bulkhead with digital condition meters.
  – Bonding system designed to ABYC regulations
  – Propane electric solenoid switch
  – Propane solenoid warning light in galley with separate breaker on panel
  – Bulkhead mounted Cantalupi halogen reading lights in main salon and sleeping cabins
  – Fluorescent lights in heads
  – Overhead halogen lighting system (with dimmers) in main salon, sleeping cabins and galley
  – Overhead dome lights in sail locker, engine compartment and aft lazarette
  – Door activated light in each hanging locker
  – Main cabin courtesy lights
  – Nav station red/white extendable light
  – Grunnert AC/DC refrigeration system with 24V Mariner 3/4 HP compressor, 230V Passagemaker 1 HP AC compressor, three plates for refrigeration/freezer compartments
  – Refrigerator interior lighting with remote rocker switch
  – Microwave with convection oven located above counter, outboard of the stove
  – Mastervolt 24/150A alternator with 3 step alternator
  – Mastervolt 24/100 dedicated battery charger
  – Mastervolt Mass sine 24/2500 inverter with integrated battery monitoring system
  – 12 volt two speed fan in each cabin
  – Jabsco engine room fan
  – Aquasignal navigation and steaming lights
  – Foredeck and cockpit light
  – Dedicated compass light
  – Masthead tri-color light
  –  Upgrades to Electical:
  – Additional shorepower inlet at forward dorade
  – 5 unit A/C system
  – Cockpit DC electrical panel
  – Amp meter in cockpit
  – Upgraded Northstar battery package

Spars and Rigging

  –  Mast:
  –  Section: Hall 352C section. Autoclave cured (250F, 85 PSI) pre preg carbon fiber with molded in taper. Laminate designed for optimal panel stiffness so that checkstays are not required. Multi-option laminate patching allows standard options to be added without additional reinforcement in the carbon tube.
  –  Masthead: Autoclave cured pre preg carbon fiber masthead crane with sheaves for 2 main (1:1) and one set of over/under spinnaker stainless steel chafe cages for all sheaves
  –  Lights/Wiring: Masthead tri color light and wiring; coax cable to masthead; steaming/foredeck combo light and wiring; removable dacron conduit to house all wiring
  – 8 spreader lights, facing both upward to the top of the rig and down to the deck
  –  Mainsail track: Antal 60 track or equivalent. Does not include sail slides.
  –  Hound assembly: Includes headstay lug with stainless steel bushing and one set over/under jib halyard sheaves
  –  Spreader system: Triple spreader configuration. 16 degree sweep. Tapered airfoil carbon spreaders with tips to accept ss spreader bend for S3 and Navtec L500 tip cups for S2 and S1. Spreaders attached to hard coat anodized through mast spreader bars. Machined seats in bars to accept D1, D2, D3 stemballs.
  –  Goosenecks: Molded carbon goosenecks for boom and vang. Machined aluminum toggles with stainless steel brushed pin holes. Toggles are hard coat anodized.
  –  Reef padeyes: I nvestment cast stainless steel padeyes located near boom gooseneck to farilead reef lines to deck.
  –  Climbing step: 4 climbing steps (folding style) provided to allow easy access to mainsail headboard.
  –  Finish: Mast painted White awlgrip.
  –  Water stop: High density foam type with plastic stove pipe for wiring to run through
  –  Mast step: standard type G-10 fiberglass step with slots for fore/aft adjustment
  – Inner forestay box with internal sheave for staysail halyard, lug for IFS, Gibb backing plates for checkstay attachment, exit for halyard with messenger.
  – Hydraulic mast step (external) to include two hydraulic rams, one lifting bar connected via 3-way transfer valve to boomvang leg of Navtec hydraulic system
  – Molded in receptacle to accept vertical masthead wand
  –  Boom: Hall carbon V-boom#352C section Awlgripped in white, inboard end to accept standard type toggle. Two sheaves facing upwards (for single line reefing) and two sheaves leading to deck. Outhaul system utilizing Navtec A250-LE-010 cylinder. Three sheave configuration (one outhaul and two reefs). Outhaul track and car
  –  Rigging:
  – Custom Hall Rigging line package with hi-tech low-stretch sheets and halyards, designed for minimum weight, maximum durability and strength
  – Navtec discontinuous Nitronic rod rigging with Navtec tip cups, turnbuckles, tapered stemball fittings for the spreaders and stemball fittings for rod termination on the mast
  – Reckmann RF 90-3 with R-40 foil hydraulic headsail furling unit
  – Navtec hydraulic boom vang, backstay and outhaul, plumbed with traveler to four function system 8 remote panel on either side of cockpit, permitting full control of mainsail functions by helmsman or trimmer
  –  Options Added to Spars Rigging:
  – Hall carbon v-boom upgrade
  – Harken luff-car stacking system
  – Navtec traveller control system
  – Extra mainsheet electric push button forward of each mainsheet winch
  – Two additional Harken guy blocks, additional inner forestay halyard block
  – Vang quick release button centerline and aft of wheel
  – Hall spinnaker pole track system
  – Hall upgraded mainsail track to the Harken switch system
  – 4 leg lazy jacks
  – Hall boom preventer
  – Hall storm trysail track

Running Rigging

  – 3 sets jib sheets
  – 2 Spin halyards
  – 2 jib halyards
  – Staysail halyard
  – Main halyard and backup main halyard
  – 2 tack lines
  – 1 set runner tails
  – 2 sets spin halyards
  – 2 sets of reef lines
  – Miscellaneous spare lines
  – Anti-wrap spin net
  – 5 Harken winch handles
  – Multiple Harken spin blocks
  – Spin sheet blocks
  – Spin tack blocks
  – 4 high load harken snatch blocks

Interior - Main Salon

  – Spacious salon elegantly finished in rich figured sapele mahogany
  – Settee berths with split backrest cushions port and starboard
  – Ultra-suede fabric in main salon
  – Cabinets with doors and shelves forward and outboard of settees
  – Three large drawers behind each settee backrest. Varnished wood slats on hull sides, varnished main cabin table with bottle storage and two drawers
  – Fixed pilot berth outboard for port settee
  – Entertainment center and storage cabinets outboard of starboard settee
  – Large forward facing navigators center with chart storage, outboard shelf for books and binoculars, two plane angled console for mounting instruments, three utility drawers and file cabinet. Large navigation seat with back and seat cushion.
  – Recessed electrical panel on bulkhead aft of nav seat with opening hingefor easy access
  – Companionway entrance walled in with laminated angled steps with Swan style drains and handrails for safe, protected entrance and exit
  – Stainless overhead grab rails placed overhead and J/160 style wood fingergrip rails under main cabin windows for safe movement in cabin. Finger grip detail continues to forward cabin.
  – Dustpan recess with floor grate in teak holly varnished cabin sole
  – All bulkhead doors in panel-style, flush mounted into cold molded frames.
  – Interior wood is finished in satin varnish

Guest Staterooms and Heads

  – Aft starboard stateroom with large double berth, half length shelf outboard, hanging locker, vanity and private access to head with water closet, sink, storage cabinets above and below counter and separate shower stall with wet locker outboard
  – Aft port stateroom with large double berth, half length shelf outboard, hanging locker and vanity. Dehumidifiers in both shower areas. Custom pantry/storage area with lockable rolling stainless baskets in lieu of aft port head, with storage space divided between the galley and aft port cabin
  –  Guest Stateroom and Head upgrades:
  – Heads upgraded to Lectrasan
  – Hi-Max countertops and recessed sinks in heads with mahogany fiddles and satin finish
  – Additional fans in each cabin

Owner's Forward Stateroom

  – Large centerline queen size berth with outboard shelves and step up access. Four generous storage drawers below.
  – 2 hanging lockers
  – Varnished slats on hull sides
  – Large vanity to port
  – Molded forward head with water closet, large storage cabinet, sink, vanity, mirror on door, towel rack, storage slider cabinets, and floor grate.Molded shower stall with wet hanging area outboard Adjustable height showerhead holder.

Interior - Galley

  – Spacious galley, convenient to companionway and main salon with excellent light and ventilation
  – Deep, double high polish Scandvik stainless sink mounted forward and recessed under corian counter top
  – Centerline refrigerator with two side loading access doors, one counter top door, adjustable shelves, deluxe insulation and positive door latches
  – Deep freezer compartment outboard of sink with deluxe insulation and positive door latch
  – Refrige/freezer drains with shut-offs
  – Three burner gimbaled Force 10 propane stove with thermostat, oven and stainless safety bar.
  – Two aluminum propane bottles in cockpit propane locker connected through solenoid shutoff switch
  – Dry goods storage cabinets with mid-height shelves outboard of stove area
  – Above and below-counter pantry aft of stove
  – Deluxe hot/cold pressure water Grohe faucet
  – Large garbage bin under aft end of island with convenient flip door access and hinge-out door
  – Drawers and below-counter storage cabinets
  – Pot and pan locker
  – Plate, bowl and cup storage compartment
  –  Upgrades to Galley:
  – Icemaker Raritan Icerette front opening
  – Beverage holder with drain
  – Galley faucet upgrade
  – Extractor fan in galley
  – Additional flip-up seat in front of galley


  – The instrument systemis interfaced to the Furuno GPS/Radar system, the Northstar GPS, the Simrad autopilot, and the nav station computer system. It provides the vessel with dynamic data to the above systems ie boat speed, heading, depth, sea temperature, wind speed, both true and apparent, wind angle both true and apparent, and magnetic wind direction. In turn the wind instrument system displays the above data plus the data from the navigation systems, ie waypoint range and bearing, distance to waypoint, time to waypoint, SOG etc. The lower of the two mast displays can be changed to display any information relevant at the time via two touch sensitive pads at or around the steering pedestal.
  –  Ockam Wind Instrument System:
  – Tryad T1 processor
  – Tryad T2 processor
  – Airmar speed transducer
  – NMEA depth/temperature sensor
  – TT3-Axis digital compass
  – 48 Airys carbon fiber masthead wand
  – 4 Magnum displays on mast bracket
  – 2 Magnum remote buttons
  – 4 Matryx graphical displays
  – OCKAM SOFT tactical/nav software
  –  Display arrangement:
  – 2 Matryx graphical 4 line display in landscape mode mounted on dodger sea hood coaming
  – 1 Matryx graphical 4 line display in portrait mode at Nav Station
  – 1 Matryx Graphical 4 line display in portrait mode in owners stateroom
  – 4 Magnum displays on carbon mast pod below boom
  –  Navigation Systems:
  – Primary navigation system is provided by aFuruno Nav Net System with Northstar GPS as back up, and consists of the following:
  – 1 Furuno 36 mile radome style radar scanner unit
  – 1 Furuno 7 color TFT LCD GPS/WAAS chart plotter with flush mount kit
  – 12 Big Bay monitor
  – Furuno ethernet hub
  – Furuno video interface kit
  – 1 Northstar 952 XW/NT color GPS
  – 1 forespar leveling radar mount with provision for 2 GPS and 1 Sat Com antenna, and 1 deck flood light
  –  The displays/units are arranged as follows:
  – 1 Furuno 7 GPS display at the helm station
  – Furuno remote key pad hooked to 12 Big Bay monitor in nav station
  – 1 Northstar GPS display at the nav station
  –  Each individual Furuno station is capable of displaying the following information:
  – GPS position with NT chart and radar overlay
  – GPS position data (Lat/Long, SOG, GPS heading, bearing to waypoint, etc)
  – Video feed from on board cameras
  – Video feed from DVD players
  – In addition, the Furuno and Northstar systems (via a selectable source switch) can provide navigation information to the following:
  – On board computer and laptop for navigation and charting programs
  – VHF for emergency position broadcast
  – Simrad autopilot system
  –  Autopilot System:
  – The autopilot system is a Simrad AP25 series and consists of the following:
  – AP2626 Kit
  – AP26 Control Head
  – AC20 24vdc Junction Box
  – HPU-200 24vdc constant running hyd pump
  – RC36 rate compass
  – HLDX kit #1 linear drive unit to a 10.2 tiller arm
  – AP26 control head
  – AP26 Control head
  – RF 300S feedback upgrade
  – Control heads will bein the following locations: helm area andnav station.
  – The autopilot system is a stand alone system and as such has its own gyro rate compass (and uses the wind system gyro comp as back up), and a continuous running hyd pump to reduce wear and increase electrical efficiency. It is capable of steering the vessel in the event of a steering/pedestal failure from any of3 positions. It has an accidental gybe inhibit function for safety. It is interfaced to the wind instrument system and the navigation system and as such can steer a course to any of the following parameters:
  – Apparent wind angle
  – True wind angle
  – Magnetic heading
  – Waypoint heading
  – Waypoint route
  – Manual heading
  –  Communications:
  –  VHF:
  – ICOM IC-M502
  – ICOM HM-127 Commandmic Remote
  –  SSB:
  – ICOM IC-M802
  – ICOM AT-140 Antenna Tuner
  – Weather Fax demodulator
  –  Sat Com:
  – Iridium Euro Com fixed mount unit with antenna
  – The control units are positioned in the following locations:
  – ICOM VHF Commandmic at helm station
  – ICOM VHF at Nav station
  – ICOM SSB at nav station
  – Iridium Euro Com at nav station
  – The SSB provides extended range ham and HF frequency communications as well as provide WEFAX signals via the demodulator to both the nav station PC for weather fax data/pictures and navtex messages
  – The sat phone provides worldwide voice (via handset) and data/e-mail via nav station computer
  –  Computer:
  – Argonaut Avalon C2 computer
  – HF remote mouse
  – HF remote keyboard
  – 12Big Bay flat screen flush mount monitor
  – There is a built in PC at the nav station that iscapable of the following:
  – E-mail/data acquisition
  – Run chart programs
  – Run weather fax programs
  – Wind instrument control

Custom Entertainment System

Maitri has an extensive entertainment system with a flat panel TV and multi-zone music system. The system includes:

  –  Main Entertainment Area:
  – Gallo A-Diva Speakers
  – Sharp LC-26GD6U Display
  – Sonance DAB1 Controller
  – Request Fusion Zone Music Server
  – Denon DVD2910 DVD player
  – Sunfire True Subwoofer Super Junior
  – Monster Cable Power Center
  – iPod dock
  –  Master Cabin:
  – Speaker Craft MT-Four Speakers
  – Sonance DAB1 Keypad - allows power and volume control conveniently in the master cabin
  –  Exterior Speakers:
  – MB Quart 6.5 Nautic Coaxial Speakers
  – Sonance DAB1 Keypad


  – 2010 North Sails Spectra fullbatten main with 3 reef points
  – 2005 North Sails Spectra fullbatten main
  – 2005 North #2 spectra 135%
  – 2005 North #3 spectra 105%
  – 2005 North storm trysail
  – 2005 North dacron storm jib 30%
  – 2005 North G-AP3 Norlon 150 gennaker
  – 2005 North Asymmetric Code 1A Airx 600
  – 2005 North Code 4A Norlon 75

Safety Equipment

  – MOM 8A
  – Lifesling
  – Transom mounted EPIRB
  – Ditch bag with additional EPIRB
  – 10 person super light offshore Winslow life raft 100SLO
  – Rescue throw rope
  – Flares and hand bilge pump
  – Emergency drinking water and food
  – Scanmar SOS emergency rudder
  – Emergency tiller to attach to existing rudder post
  – Emergency rudder post
  – 2011 AED Plus Defibulator
  – Adventure Medical Kit 3000 marine medical kit
  – Easy Care First Aid System
  – DAN Scuba oxygen rescue pack
  – 6 inflatable harness PFDs with harness tethers
  – Large offshore flare kit
  – 1 set jack lines
  – 3 x 4 pack of basic life jackets

Additional Equipment

  – 104 Achilles HB-315DX Inflatable
  – Honda 4 stroke 9.9 hp outboard with 2 gas tanks
  – Additional 5 hp outboard for dinghy
  – Marine dock water softener
  – Mast jack and bar
  – Rechargeable spotlight and multiple flashlights and headlamps
  – Magnum BBQ with stern mount
  – Cordless vacuum
  – Companionway bug screens and blackout curtain
  – Bosuns chair
  – Cleaning supplies
  – Canvas connector between dodger and bimini
  – Multiple shore power cord adapters
  – Edson boarding steps
  – Hatch wind scoops
  – Custom fitted linens, bed spreads, towels
  – Pots andpans, various small kitchen appliances, fully equipped galley
  –  Repair equipment and tools:
  – Miscellaneous sail repair supplies
  – Large crate with miscellaneous handtools and cordless tools
  – Spare wind instrument wand and mast cable
  – Engine and generator spare parts
  – 2 bins of miscellaneous plumbing and electrical spares


The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

Additional Info

External Links
J/65 Video Tour - Maitri sistership
Boat Model Review