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Toutes les informations concernant le championnat du monde à Breskens en Hollande en Aout 2018


Le: 20 Mars 2018

Le Championnat du monde à San Francisco en Aout 2017

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  • Avec déjà   26   J/111   inscrits dont 4 Anglais et deux Canadiens cette édition s'annonce comme une grande réussite

  • Liste des inscrits

Le: 03 Mai 2015

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    • Résultats et images disponibles sur Mondial 2014

    Aout 2014

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    Tous les résultats du Championnat Nord Américan 13 J111 sur la même ligne

    Le championnat du Monde des J111 a donc lieu cette année dans le Solent en Angleterre, mais malheureusement

    très peu d'étrangers vont faire le déplacement seul deux Néerlandais, un Belges et un Français devraient participer

    Aucun bateau Américain n'a prévu de faire le déplacement

    Il est malgré tout certain que le Solent est actuellement l'épi centre de la monotypie des J111 en Europe avec la possibilité

     de mobiliser plus d'une dizaine de J 111 a chaque régates

    Le: 04 Aout 2014


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      La stricte monotypie pour les quatorze J111 Inscrits


      Après trois jours de course, un petit point sépare les trois premiers et North Sail qui voile plus de 80% de la flotte n'est pas sur ce podium! il est trusté par Quantum et Doyle

      J Au final, Wind Czar (voiles Quantum) termine premier avec 29 points, devant Lucky Dubie (voiles Doyle) qui termine second avec 34 points et Mental (voiles Doyle) troisième avec 40 points.


      Et en plus ils roulent leur foc...

    Le: 18 Août 2013

    La coque numéro 100 sera elle produite aux USA ou en Europe ?

    Et que vont ils pouvoir faire de plus que pour le 93 ?

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      over the course of the four days of sailing. In the end, the experienced offshore veterans from The Netherlands, John Van der Starre and Robin Verhoef sailing XCENTRIC RIPPER, were crowned the first J/111 European Champions! They sailed a solid series, starting strongly by leading the first day and placing all top three finishes for a 1-2-2-1-2-3-1-1-3 record and 16 pts net overall. The battle for the balance of the podium was fought between two champion English teams, SHMOKIN JOE and JEEZ LOUISE. Sailing fast and smart were Duncan McDonald's team on SHMOKIN JOE, posting a 2-1-4-2-1-4-3-1-1 for 19 net pts to nip their Solent friends for second overall. Taking the bronze was James Arnell's JEEZ LOUISE with a steady 3-3-1-4-1-2-2-2-2 for 20 net pts. Rounding out the top five places were David & Kirsty Apthorp's J-DREAM in 4th and Richard Barnes's BIELA MUNKENBECK in 5th.


      Pour plus de détail Rapport in English

    Toutes les images sur NormandySailingW.

    Le: 14 Juin 2013

    Le Site officiel de la Classe enfin en ligne

    Le J111 reconnu officiellement monotype international par ISAF

    Fireball # 86 ne passera pas inaperçu !


    J111 - Fleet 1, Lake Michigan est sur Facebook.

    Le championnat du monde des J111, 2013 à Chicago USA du 15 au 18 Août

    Le championnat d'Europe des J111, 2013 au Havre en France du 03 au 09 Juin

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    Discution au sujet de la jauge OD.

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      J/111 One-Designs Smoke the Fleet!
      (Mackinac Island, Michigan)- For the enormous fleet of boats sailing in this year's Chicago-Mackinac Race, the forecasts weren't the most promising in the world for a fast passage north on the 289nm course to Mackinac Island. As the morning dawned with a light southwesterly gradient breeze, it was becoming clear to the "locals" that a sea-breeze would likely develop and by early afternoon power the fleet down the course in an 8-13 knot southeasterly breeze. The Double-handed fleet took off in near drifting conditions which include a J/29 and J/105. About an hour later, the big divisions of J/105s, J/109s, J/111s and J/120s all took off in a building sea-breeze reinforced by the gradient.

      Because of the stronger than forecast sea breeze, the race became an enormous chess match on the water, with all teams focused on when the breeze would shift from the southeast to southwest and then play gybing angles all the way down the Michigan shoreline, passing the famous Point Betsie turning point to head further NE towards the Greys Reef 3nm passage before turning to 97 degree for the final sprint to 30nm to the finish line off the famously picturesque Round Island Lighthouse off Mackinac Island. The tale of the tape for various classes came down to two major decision points, when was the first gybe made in the middle of the lake late Saturday evening when the winds went from about 170-185 degrees to 200-220 degrees and when teams made the decision to gybe and go inshore along the Pt Betsie/Michigan shoreline to stay in breeze with more velocity.

      All the J/Teams had some great racing, as demonstrated by their extraordinary performances overall in the Mackinac CUp Trophy fleet standings. The first NINE of the Top 10 Teams were J/Boats owners. 12 of Top 15 were J/Teams and 16 of the Top 25! J/111s were 8 of Top 15 and 11 of Top 20!! An unprecedented sweep of the top 25 positions-- the best ever by any brand in the history of the Mackinac Race (or for that matter any major offshore race around the world). Here is how the top 25 teams faired

      1st- J/109 REALT NA MARA- Tom & Joe Londrigan
      2nd- J/109 NORTHSTAR- David Gustman
      3rd- J/111 KASHMIR- Brummel/ Henderson/ Mayer
      4th- J/111 VELOCITY- Marty Roesch
      5th- J/111 NO SURPRISE- Dave Irish
      6th- J/111 NIGHTHAWK- Tom Edman & Steve Dabrowski
      7th- J/122 SUFFICIENT REASON- Mitch Padnos
      8th- J/111 IMPULSE- George Miz, Peter Dreher, Mark Hatfield
      9th- J/111 WIND CZAR- Richard Lehman
      13th- J/111 MENTAL- Paul Stahlberg
      14th- J/120 NIGHT MOVES- Henry Mistele
      15th- J/111 ROWDY- Rich Witzel
      20th- J/111 MISTY- Tom McIntosh
      21st- J/111 LUCKY DUBIE- Len Siegal
      22nd- J/120 PERSEVERANCE- Matt Songer
      23rd- J/109 KIII- Irv Kerbel

      In addition to doing well overall, the four J/One-Design divisions had extremely close racing amongst their colleagues. According to Mike Mayer, a partner in the J-111 KASHMIR, the 10-boat J/111 one-design fleet battled all the way up the lake. "What a fun race," said Mayer. "We had multiple lead changes throughout. Going through the Manitous we had eight boats within a mile of each other. What great racing." Winning the 111 one-designs was the team on KASHMIR- Brummel/ Henderson/ Mayer and it was their 2nd Mac race win after 2011!! Putting on an amazing performance for being "newbies" to the Mac were the strong Annapolis team led by Marty Roesch on VELOCITY, finishing second after a duel with their classmates going into the final five miles of the race. Third was Dave Irish's NO SURPRISE, fourth was NIGHTHAWK sailed by the dynamic duo of Tom Edman & Steve Dabrowski and fifth was IMPULSE led by the trio of Dr George Miz, Peter Dreher and Mark Hatfield. Incredibly the entire J/111 one-design class all finished less than 50 minutes apart after the long race, perhaps one of the smallest "spreads" ever in a one-design class-- great racing for all!

      The J/109s again proved they're one of the toughest fleets to beat on Lake Michigan, liking the light to moderate off-the-wind breezes. Top boat in the Mac and J/109 Class winner was the J/109 REALT NA MARA sailed by Tom and Joe Londrigan. Second was NORTHSTAR (David Gustman), third was KIII (Irv Kerbel), fourth the trio on MOMENTUS (Kevin Saedi/ George and Robin Simkins) and fifth was CERTAINLY (Don Meyer).

      Amongst the J/105s, it was also a tough race amongst these evenly matched teams. Leading the pack home was Mark Gurney's BUZZ, followed by Mark Symond's PTERODACTYL in second, Clark Pellet's SEALARK in third, GOOD LOOKIN (Dean & Lana Walsh) in fourth and fifth was Nancy Glover's TEMPEST.

      Top gun in the J/120s was Henry Mistele's NIGHT MOVES, finishing 14th overall and winning the 120 class. 22nd overall and 2nd in class was Matt Songer's PERSEVERANCE, third was Bob Kirkman's HOT TICKET, fourth Frank Kern's CARINTHIA and fifth Bob Klairmont's SCIROCCO 2.

      In the handicap world, Section 2 saw the two J/145s finish next to one another. Grabbing 4th and 5th, respectively, were Chris Saxton's VORTICES and Bill Schanen's MAIN STREET.

      Section 3 saw another repeat winner! The original J/122 SKYE was bought by Mitch Padnos and Tracy Brand and is now the current SUFFICIENT REASON! Mitch and crew were incredibly happy with their performance, repeating the J/122s win in this division for the second time in four years! Eighth in class was the J/133 RENEGADE sailed by Tom and Beth-Ann Papoutsis, ninth was the J/130 EDGE (Bob McManus) and tenth was the J/130 WILLIE J (Doug Petter).

      Section 5 also saw another repeat winner, perhaps a three-peat winner? First was the J/109 VANDA III sailed by Jack & Jim Tolliver and Jim Mitchell with a great crew consisting of Simon Minoprio and Rodney Keenan from Auckland, New Zealand and Dallas Kilponen from Sydney, Australia along with Jimmie's dad "James". Congratulations to them as they were 4th overall in the Mackinac Trophy division.

      The Section 6 sailors must've felt a bit overwhelmed by the presence of 35 foot J/Teams sailing amongst them-- which, ultimately, took 7 of the top 10 in section! The winner was a classic cruiser/racer, the J/110 LADY K sailed by Mike Stewart. Third was the J/35 AFTERSHOCK (Bill Newman), 5th the J/92 SPLIT DECISION (Bruce Santerre), 6th the J/35 BOZO'S CIRCUS (Bruce Metcalf), 7th the J/35 TOUCH OF GREY (Larry Schell), 8th the J/33 RETRIEVER (Matt Beer) and 10th the J/35 SHEARWATER (Tom Anthony).

      Finally, the Double-Handed Trophy was again won for the third year in a row, the proverbial "three-peat" for J/Teams by the J/29 TFWB RELENTLESS sailed George and Scott Petritz. They were following up the previous year's double-winner, the former J/122 SKYE sailed by Bill Zeiler and Richie Stearns. Fifth overall in DH was the J/105 OCH! sailed by Brendan Docherty and Jim Hilliard. For more Chicago Mackinac sailing information

       10 J111 au départ du Chicago Mac race Samedi 21 Juillet.(6 en équipage et 4 en double). CYC Race to Mackinac

    Le: 29 Juillet 2012

    • h1J2012 ANNAPOLIS NOOD
    • h2 Division: J/111 (5 boats)

      1USA 8VelocityMartin RoeschStorm Trysail Club2241110.001
      2USA 37FleetwingHenry BrauerEastern/NYYC3112512.002
      3USA 33Ragin'Bob MoranANNAPOLIS YC1325213.003
      4USA 41Cuore di LeoneAnthony CulottaBCYA4433317.004
      5USA 63Bad CatJames WhitedSMSA5554423.005


      (1)Scoring System is ISAF Low Point 2009-2012

    Le: 11 Mai 2012

    Toutes les vidéos du Spi Ouest-France Intermarchè 2012

    • h1SPI OUEST France Preview (en anglais)

    • h2 La Trinite sur Mer, France

      Perhaps one of the most significant rights of spring every year in the sailing world in Europe has to be the famous SPI OUEST France sailing regatta held in the quaint, lovely little seaside town called La Trinite sur Mer on Quiberon Bay. The ambiance is renown, the restaurants delicious, the wine even better, and the international gathering of sailors from all points of the compass make for a highly entertaining venue. The beautiful harbor often has some of the elite monster multihulls parked stern-to on the main quay (the 130 footer Banque Populaire or 100 footer Groupama, for example) and, due to their enormous popularity the 100+ J/80s are parked on the other side, a commanding presence at the heart of Grand Prix French sailing.

      This year another good turnout was anticipated. A total 438 boats of which 141 (32% of the fleet) are J sailing teams are coming in from across Europe and the UK. Nine J/111s will be participating in their European One-Design debut, 116 J/80s are racing for class honors and sixteen J/Teams are sailing in the four IRC handicap classes.

      J/111 speedster sailing off FranceStarting with the J/111 class, nine boats are represented from across continental Europe and the UK. So many of these teams have never sailed against one another it's impossible to make any predictions as so many are well-sailed. Most certainly all the teams will have steep learning curves as they learn to extract maximum performance from their J/111s race-to-race. There are three French teams, LE JOUET (Stephane Blanchards- must see his website-, J-LANCE 7 (Didier Le Moal) and ALPHALINK EXTREME YACHTING (G. Thomas). Two teams are from the United Kingdom, including J-DREAM (the champion J/109 team of David and Kirsty Apthorp) and OJE (A Hill). From Benelux are two entries, XCENTRIC RIPPER (John Van der Starre and Robin Verhoef from the Netherlands that sailed the Fastnet Race Doublehanded) and DJINN ( Jean-Patrick Smal) from Belgium. Long distance awards will surely be contested between JUSTICE (B. Flavio) from Italy and BLUR (Peter Gustafsson's J/109 champion team from Sweden). For a preview of what it's like to sail the J/111, see the BLUR/Peter montage video-- totally cool!!

      The dominant one-design class in SPI Ouest France are the 116 J/80s-- easily the most consistent and largest one-design class the SPI OUEST Regatta has ever experienced over the course of three decades of hosting this famous regatta. Like their J/111 big brothers, it's going to be pretty hard to determine who's going to the dominant teams, but certainly there are a few standout J/80 sailing teams that are worth mentioning that will factor into the leader board. From France, you have renown class leaders like GANJA (Luc Nadal), ATLANTIS (Louis Sambron), INTERFACE CONCEPT 1 & 2 (Eric Brezellec and JC Moriceau, respectively) and TBS (Pierre Follenfant-- perhaps the "sleeper" in their group of world-class sailors, Pierre is a former 470 and Flying Dutchman champion). From Italy you have their class leader
      JENIALE! sailed by Massimo Rama. The Spanish contingent have nearly a dozen boats sailing with one of their top boats in attendance, GOLD SAILING skippered Ignacio Jauregui. The host of the 2012 J/80 Worlds are the United Kingdom and their contingent is pretty strong, including ULTIMATE SAILS (Kevin Sproul, a multi-class champion), RAF BENEVOLENT FUND (Terry Hanlon of the British RAF Sailing Team) and BALTIC WHARF LTD (Henry Bomby, a top youth sailor in the UK).

      The IRC Handicap rule grouping has significant competition across all four classes- IRC 1 to IRC 4. In the 32 boat IRC 1 Class, the big J's are sailing with the J/133 JIVARO leading the charge sailed by Yves Grosjean, followed by a very tough group of J/122s, including NUTMEG IV (F. Lognone), JOLLY JOKER (R. Marchais) and MADE IN LOVE (J. Patier). Given a good series, any one of these boats has proven over the course of time at various events around France, Italy, the UK that they can win.

      In the 32 boat IRC 2 class, the top J is the J/120 RHAPSODIE V (J Godet), with two J/109s taking chase in the form of POULICO 10 (CV Arcachon) and FRANJPANE (P. Mouret), followed by the J/105 J-SQUARED (V. Jomier).

      The 46 boat IRC 3 fleet has the J/92s UNISAILS BAINBRIDGE (SP Quiberon) vying for honors against a fellow J/105 MISS J (F. Guillemot).

      Then, in the largest IRC fleet, IRC 4 class has 64 boats battling amongst the a wide range of boats, from the J/24 up to the super-fast J/97. If things go well, the J/97 may prove again that it's the master of its domain, this time the J/97 MISPICKEL V sailed by B. Fagart will be up against some formidable competition. Thrown into the fray doing battle against all the "modern" boats is the "classic" J/24 with four of them competing against the big boys, including J'ADORE (E. Richard), JINETTE (C. Gury), MARTA (P. Lemaistre) and INSULARIS (A. Garcia). For more Spi Ouest France sailing information

    Le: 31 Mars 2012

    Première régate 2012 Key West

    1. Mental,

    2. Wicked 2.0,

    3. Warlock


    Le: 18 Jan. 20122


    Si 2011 a été l'année de la mise à l'eau des premiers J/111 (environ 60 bateaux) l'année 2012 verra le démarrage de la monotypie.

    De nombreuses flottes de J111 vont voir le jour durant cette année et le plaisir de la régate sera décuplé par le jeu beaucoup plus subtil de la confrontation à armes égales

    Le. 01 Jan. 2012

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    Création d'une nouvelle page Coque pour répertorier l'ensemble des J/111 avec leur nom, numéro de coque et images.

    INTERNATIONAL J/111 CLASS RULES Version 2011 - 05

    Avec l'arrivée des règles de classe, c'est le parfum de la monotypie que l'on commence à sentir.

    Le: 05 Novembre 2011

    50 c'est le numéro de série du Jouet livré fin Juillet

    Les américains produisent actuellement un bateau par quinzaine dans leur deux usines, soit au total un J111 chaque semaine au USA et c'est le rythme de la seule usine française.

    Donc une capacité de production de 100 unités par an, à ce compte la monotypie ne va pas tarder à atteindre sa dimension critique.

    Le: 24 Juillet 2011

    J'ai créé un lien permanent sur le blog de la Newsletter de J Boat ainsi que sur le Forum de Sailing Anarchy (en bas à gauche)

    Newsletter 15 Juillet 2011

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    • (Chicago, IL)- The first ever J/111 One-Design regatta was held on the beautiful, azure blue waters of Lake Michigan just off the spectacular city-skyline of Chicago. The fleet was blessed with variable conditions both Saturday and Sunday morning but by midday the wind had settled into a N/NE direction with 5-12 knot breezes, gusting to 15-17 knots at times.

      Sailing the J/111s for the first time as a fleet meant that many teams were searching for the "magic dust", that secret combination of factors that get the boat going faster and faster both upwind and downwind. The fleet wisely took the approach to make it a "training weekend", with coaching coming from seasoned one-design sailors on each boat. Enormous leaps of performance were being made as each boat learned how to "dial-in" better speeds around the race track. What was abundantly clear was the fact that J/111 can tack upwards of 80 degrees or less upwind, depending on wind and wave conditions. And downwind, the Farr 40 fleet was pretty impressed at how quickly a J/111 can slide downhill VMG'ing towards the mark in just 5-8 knots TWS.

      J/111 one-design sailboat- high performance racer cruiser sailing downwindLeading the charge amongst the J/111s was the team aboard KASHMIR- Karl Brummel, Steve Henderson, Mike Mayer. They sailed nicely to get a 1-2-3-1-1 for 8 pts. Their margin of victory was far, far closer than the scores suggest as two wins were overlapped scenarios where the victory could've gone either way depending on the last puff or wave. Second was NIGHT HAWK sailed by Tom Edman & Steve Dabrowski, getting a 2-3-1-3-3 for 12 pts. Third was a newcomer to sailing, the gang on MENTAL sailed by Paul Stahlberg to a 4-1-2-4-2 for 13 pts, narrowly missing second place due to their last race third. Finally, in fourth was MISTY sailed by Tom & Carol McIntosh- 3-4-4-2-4 for 17 pts- they had the benefit of "local" Randy Draftz on-board (Chairman of the Charleston Race Week regatta and also creator of the Colors Regatta with Columbia YC).

    Un forum (en anglais) assez actif.

    J Boat news de Mai

    Il n'existe pas encore de site web de l'association de la classe internationale J/111

    Le: 24 Mars 2011

    Harbor Spings, MI, première flotte de J111 dans le monde. Six à huit J111 sont attendus à Harbor Spings, cet été. Son nom: J111 Fleet #1

    Le: 21 Mars 2011

    Augmentation de la flotte internationale (bientôt 10 Pays sur 4 continents) et dans certain ports les J111 commencent à s'aligner à plusieurs au départ des épreuves.

    Le: 12 Mars 2011

    Pour ceux qui maîtrisent l'anglais David IRISH

    Le: 25 Fév. 2011


    Le J/111 #14 livré à Quebec le 25 Janvier 2011

    A fin Janvier, plus de 60 commandes enregistrées aux USA et 15 en Europe.

    Le: 2 Fév. 2011

    Le J111 Kontiki V (coque us #11) vainqueur de Key West 2011 en PHRF 1. devant un J109 et un First 44.7

    Kontiki + (125 Photos) + (petite vidéo du bord) J111

    1. Kontiki V / it , J 111 36, Jim Sminchak, Cleveland, OH, USA - 2, 2, 3, 2, 1, 2, 5, 3, 2, ; 22
    2. RUSH, J 109 35, Bill Sweetser, Annapolis, MD, USA - 1, 1/RDG, 2, 4, 4, 3, 4, 1, 5, ; 25
    3. Galilée, Beneteau first 44.7 45, Jean-Pierre Turgeon, St-Bernard-de-Lacolle, Quebec, CAN - 6, 7/RAF, 1, 1, 7/DSQ, 1, 1, 5.5, 1, ; 30.5

    Le:19 Jan. 2011

    Interview de Paul Heys concessionnaire UK J111 (30photos)

    Arabella (coque us #6) sera présente au Boat Show de Londres Key Yachting stand H69, avant son retour dans le Solent fin Janvier.

    Janvier 2011

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    Je vous souhaite une très bonne et heureuse année 2011 avec, cerise sur le gâteau, la possibilité de naviguer en J111.

    Fin Décembre 2010

    En cette fin d'année 2010 aux USA 8 bateaux sont produits. La production est de un bateau par semaine, (soit 52) égal aux commandes enregistrées. (prochaines commandes livrables début 2013)

    En Europe début de production février 2011. La production sera de un bateau par quinzaine. Soit la possibilité de réaliser les 10 bateaux, déjà en commande avant la fermeture estivale.

    Fin Décembre 2010

    Peut de nouvelles fraîches durant le Nautic de Paris, si ce n'est l'arrivée de la coque us #6 qui se prénomme Arabella. Ainsi qu'une coque et un pont à destination de JB Composite pour la réalisation des outillages de la ligne de production du J111 Européen.

    Décembre 2010

    « C’est fait »! Après 8 ans de bon et loyaux services, je viens de signer la reprise de mon J/105 J’Adore ... et la commande d'un J/111 (livrable fin Mai début Juin à Pornichet, France).

    J’espère vous retrouver très nombreux sur cette nouvelle monotypie.

    Merci à tous pour le plaisir que j’ai eu à naviguer avec vous en J/105.

    Novembre 2010

    Mais, vous allez comprendre pourquoi j'ai craqué .. (ils se baladent avec le petit spi et un ris)J111