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Sold: 1981 J/30 Feriation #365 available for salvage - Nyack, NY #14333
12/28/12 06:16 PM
12/28/12 06:16 PM
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Nyack, NY
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1981 J/30 Hull #365 Feriation - Nyack, NY

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J/30 #365 was struck during Sandy and my insurer has determined that the vessel is total constructive loss. I do not intend to bid on the salvage rights. My insurer has advised me that the post casualty value of the boat is between $700 and $1,000. I'm alerting you in case you might be interested in purchasing the salvage rights. I plan to assign the title on January 5, 2013. Those interested should let me know beforehand so I can advise the insurance company of your interest.

The boat has hit on the starboard side between the pulpit and the stanchion aft. The boat never sank and the damage was covered promptly to keep the core dry. The boat, currently in a cradle on the hard, could be launched tomorrow and sail away. I would love for the vessel to continue in service. For the right person this could be a great deal.

There are many parts which may be of particular value to J/30 owners including spars, sails, freshly rebuilt 2GM with factory installed Sendure fresh water cooling, Hurth transmission, winches,tables, 2010 Lewmar hatches. I will not part out the boat but you may be interested.

Deck & Hull

Black hull with red cove stripe and double boot top. Grey Deck and non-skid. Lloyd's approved balsa core construction. Five coats of epoxy below waterline 2003; 2,100 lb. Lead keel. Bottom currently in black Micron CSC. Three hatches. Double lifelines and boarding gate to starboard 2003. Bow and stern pulpits. Bright teak toerails, cabin-top handrails, and trim. Vertical anchor locker by starboard chainplates. Self-bailing cockpit. Cockpit operated bilge pump. Oak Tiller with adjustable Spinlock extension.

Sails, Spars & Rigging
  • #1 Genoa - UK Class legal tape drive Pentex , Fall 2010
    Heavy #1 Genoa - North Dacron.
  • #2 Genoa - UK Passagemaker II, a 5 oz Mylar/Dacron laminate with tape drive reinforcement, a foam luff pad and UV cover on leech and foot
  • #3 Genoa - North Dacron- good
  • Main - UK, loose footed, slugs on luff, full top-batten, two sets of reefs, built 1999- good
  • Spinnaker - UK, 3/4 ox. Dacron tri-radial; red, black and white; built 2008
  • Double bridled spinnaker pole
  • White tapered Kenyon mast with Technora halyards, Spinnaker pole track, Over-sized shrouds, Lightning ground Adjustable backstay
  • Harken roller furling
  • White Kenyon boom with internal outhaul and two internal reefing lines
  • Harken block and tackle boomvang
  • Cunningham
  • Harken main sheet blocks
  • High Tech Sheets
  • Snatch block
  • Spinnaker sheet turning blocks
  • Twings
Deck Layout
  • Two Genoa lead tracks and cars
  • Six Barient winches
  • Spinlock rope clutches
  • Adjustable traveler
  • Three winch handles
  • Two winch handle pockets
  • Two-bolt mooring cleats
Electronics & Navigation Equipment
  • Ray 53 SC-101 compliant DSC VHF
  • Two Ritchie compasses
  • Autohelm ST-50 wind system: true and apparent wind speed and angle; automatic linearization
  • Autohelm ST-60 speed system: current speed, average speed, maximum speed, total distance, trip distance, distance lost in tack, timer, count-down timer, lap timer; sea temperature
  • Datamarine depth sounder
  • Autohelm 2000+ Tiller Pilot with remote
  • AM/FM Stereo w/USB port
  • Running lights
  • Anchor light
  • Davis Megalight
  • Custom fuse panel
Power
  • Yanmar 2GM 15 HP diesel inboard with fresh-water cooling, rebuilt 2012
  • Martec elliptical folding prop, 2008
  • silicone exhaust hose 2008
  • transmission rebuilt 2003
  • Las-drop shaft seal 2003
  • Alternator
  • tachometer
  • voltmeter
  • Two marine deep-cycle batteries
  • 14-gallon aluminum tank with gauge, range 150 miles/24 hours.
Other
  • Coast Guard Documented
  • Anchor: Danforth 12-H, chain, nylon rode, storage bag
  • Safety equipment: two horns, wooden plugs for all through-hulls, flares, four PFD's, fire extinguisher, folding radar reflector, boarding ladder
  • Four fenders, Four dock lines, Adjustable boathook, Awning, Wind Scoop. Black acrylan mainsail cover, Spares.

For more details email Kieran Quinn: kieranq at optonline dot net.

Andy Radcliffe of Syracuse purchased Feriation at salvage to fix up and sail again!

Last edited by J/30; 03/01/13 08:46 AM. Reason: Sold
Re: 1981 J/30 Feriation #365 available for salvage - Nyack, NY [Re: Feriation] #14353
01/01/13 08:10 PM
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Richmod, VA
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Would it make sense fo the class to buy the boat and strip the parts to create an inventory for members? I know I would be interested in the prop and the spin pole.

Re: 1981 J/30 Feriation #365 available for salvage - Nyack, NY [Re: Feriation] #14354
01/01/13 08:22 PM
01/01/13 08:22 PM
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Portsmouth, RI
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I would rather see somebody buy the boat, fix it up and sail again. I spoke to Kieran and that is a real possibility.

Re: 1981 J/30 Feriation #365 available for salvage - Nyack, NY [Re: Feriation] #14355
01/01/13 08:33 PM
01/01/13 08:33 PM
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Oxford, MI
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What is the number needed to own it
I would like to see it sailing again
I have passed on the info but the price would get a bit more interest


Don King
Re: 1981 J/30 Feriation #365 available for salvage - Nyack, NY [Re: Feriation] #14356
01/01/13 08:37 PM
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Portsmouth, RI
Rhapsody #348 Online content
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My insurer has advised me that the post casualty value of the boat is between $700 and $1,000. I'm alerting you in case you might be interested in purchasing the salvage rights. I plan to assign the title on January 5, 2013. Those interested should let me know beforehand so I can advise the insurance company of your interest.


I would contact Kieran directly and ask.

Re: 1981 J/30 Feriation #365 available for salvage - Nyack, NY [Re: Rhapsody #348] #14369
01/07/13 10:56 AM
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Nyack, NY
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I released salvage rights to #365 to BoatUS on Friday January 4. Two from this board have expressed significant interest in purchasing and repairing the boat. Hopefully they will pursue this through CertifiedSales.com who will be handling the liquidation for BoatUS.

Re: 1981 J/30 Feriation #365 available for salvage - Nyack, NY [Re: Feriation] #14522
02/28/13 11:20 PM
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I bought #365 at auction today.

She's going to a good home - My plans are to repair, restore, and sail her with my family.


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