J24 One Design Mainsail
Race Sail to Class Rules. Crosscut, Spreader window, visibility window, Insignia, cunningham, 3.5 m tube bag. Racing Numbers Optional
Dimension Polyant 260
J24 One Design Mainsail Class Rules Webpage Link
Whether your style is weeknight beer-can racing or competing on the world stage the J/24 is undeniably the most popular racing keelboat to make waves around the world. This appealing keelboat started with one mans desire for a sailboat to accommodate his family and to be a competitive racer. Twenty-seven years later, the J/24 has become a legend. A stable sailboat for family togetherness, the J/24 has also been the competitive launch pad for the careers of numerous Americas Cup professionals. The world-wide acceptance of J/24 design, the strong one-design rules and the strength of the International J/24 Class Association have led to the J/24 to be selected as the platform for the International Sailing Federations (ISAF) Nations Cup, the ISAF Womens World Match Racing Championship, the Rolex Womens International Keelboat Championship and US Sailings St. Francis International Masters Championship (aged 55+). While some of the worlds best sailors have the latest version J/24, a well-prepared 1977 model, built to the same shape and weight with rigid end-grained balsa core construction can still win the J/24 Class world championship even after 30,000+ miles of trailering. Thats One Design racing! The International J/24 is presently built in the U.S., Argentina and Italy and has more than 50,000 people sailing over 5,400 boats in 27 countries.