J24

Class History

The J/24 is an extremely successful one-design keelboat. Attention to the rules and strict international control provides close racing and attracts the world's top sailors. The J/24 is also popular with weekend club sailors because it is fun, responsive in all conditions, and can be easily handled by one or two people. The class has wisely allowed the development of new hardware systems to keep the boat up-to-date and easy- to-race. Harken has led the way in developing hardware systems for the J/24. j24-sailplan.gif

Boat Specifications

LOA: 24 ft (7.32 m)
LWL: 20 ft (6.10 m)
Beam: 8.9 ft (2.71 m)
Displacement: 3,100 lb (1,405 kg)
Ballast: 950 lb (431 kg)
100% Sail Area: (261 sq ft (24.25 sq m)

J/24

3/24/2014

J/24 mainsheet system2621: 57 mm Carbo fiddle2601: 57 mm Carbo becket block2745: 22 mm Small Boat windward sheeting car2721.1M: 22 mm Small Boat track

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Traveler with Windward Sheeting Car

Harken Windward Sheeting traveler cars have the control cleats built into a special mechanism that automatically opens and closes the leeward cleat during a tack. This allows you to stay on the high side, checking telltales and steering through waves as you pull the car to its new windward side.

J24_vang3226: 57 mm Black Magic block2621: 57 mm Carbo fiddle2676: 57 mm Carbo fiddle, ratchet, becket240: Bullseye cam swivel base240: Bullseye cam swivel base240: Bullseye cam swivel base

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Vang

The star of this 8:1 cascaded vang system is the 2676 57 mm fiddle ratchet with 150 Cam-Matic®/becket. The reversible cam and adjustable arm keep your hand clear of the cabin house when playing the vang up and downwind. Easy-to-operate on/off switches are located on both sides of the block.

Plain-top Performa™ Winches

Performa_plain-top_insideThe 35.2 Performa™ is a powerful, lightweight winch that features sandblasted drums optimized for halyard and sheeting applications using high-tech line. The top’s smaller diameter makes it easier to peel off the genoa sheet during tacks. It’s also easier to wrap the sheet when cross sheeting upwind. The snap-fit design keeps composite bearings captive in a high-strength Delrin® cage when the drum is removed for maintenance.

Tip:

Mounting a 57 mm Carbo Ratchamatic® to the deck, on the starboard side, close to the mast, and in-line with the jib halyard cleat, gives the bowman extra holding power while hoisting the genoa at the leeward mark. After bearing away from the windward mark, the ratchet disengages letting the halyard smoke through the block. Nothing beats this block’s speed as it brings the halyard down for the run.

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