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Sailing Calendar Photographers

The J/Sailing Calendar could not exist without the extraordinary talents and artistry exhibited by this years' contributors of sailing photography.  From all over the world, this group of sailing photographers, many of whom are world renowned, award-winning photo-journalists, have experienced everything you could ever imagine to get "the perfect shot".

Many of these now grace the pages of this year's J/Sailing Calendar.  Shooting great sailboat photos takes extraordinary skill, timing and a bit of luck-- call it serendipity or perseverance, all of them can tell you that getting tossed around in small rubber inflatable boats (RIBS) or dangling out of helicopters on windy days can often be dangerous. But, when they get that perfect photograph, they know it.

It is through their work that we can enjoy the beauty of sailing as seen by their perspective on what makes a great sailing photo- the composition and interplay of light, contrast, waves, wind, clouds, sky, the landscape and seascape and how the sailboats themselves perform on the sea.  We consider ourselves fortunate to have such broad range of J's sailing off some of the world's most beautiful harbors and sea coasts, some of them have been beautifully captured by these remarkable photographers.  Please "meet" this year's J/Sailing Calendar photographers below and enjoy their work.

Bio ChapiChapi

Gonzalo Gomez Gomara, a.k.a. "Chapi", from Santander, Spain, started photography in 2006 after a severe knee injury prevented him playing professional sports. His sailing work started after a spectacular sunset sail on a little sailboat in Santander Bay. He recently published a book, "Santander- Luz del Norte" and is widely published in major sailing publications worldwide. See his work:
www.chapifoto.com

Bio Carlo BorlenghiCarlo Borlenghi

Carlo was born in Bellano (Lake Como) where he started his photography career following local sailing regattas. As a young person, he worked with “Uomo Mare Vogue” magazine, traveling the world to the most prestigious regattas.  Carlo is the official photographer for all the Rolex nautical events. Since 1983, he has been an official photographer for all America’s Cup events, starting with “Azzurra”, then “Italia” (Australia 1987); “Moro di Venezia” (San Diego 1992); “Luna Rossa” (New Zealand 2000 & 2003); America’s Cup Management (Spain 2007); “Alinghi” (Spain 2010); and “Luna Rossa” (San Francisco 2013).  Carlo publishes books and calendars related to the sea and sailboats for many prestigious publications.
www.carloborlenghi.com

Bio Andrea CarloniAndrea Carloni

Andrea was born in Monfalcone (Italy) in 1961. He inherited the passion for photography from his grandfather, while following him into mountains in Friuli.  Concurrently, he developed his passion for the sea from his father exploring the I strian coastline.  Joining these two great loves was a logical consequence; it’s been a profession ever since taking unique photos of the sea.  He’s been featured in the most prestigious Italian publications like Vela & Motore, Fare Vela, Solo Vela, & Yachting Capital. He’s been featured in the Italian Sailing Federation (ISV) and shot World/ European championships like IRC, J/24, J/70, TP52, Mumm 30, Optimist and Olympic Classes. And, vintage & classic yachts in Trieste, Cannes and Monaco are a specialty. 
http://andreacarloni.com/

Bio DanielForsterDaniel Forster

Since 1974, Daniel has covered ten America’s Cups and ten Olympic Games. Daniel’s photos have been on covers of magazines worldwide, including TIME more than once. Maxi-sailors Bill Koch & Larry Ellison have commissioned him for books documenting their passion for sailing. Daniel is a Rolex Yachting events photographer and has been engaged by corporations to document their participation in various world events, including the Volvo Ocean Race.
www.danielforster.com

Bio Helene OhsbeckHelene Ohsbeck

Helene Ohsbeck was born and raised in the beautiful archipelago of Karlskrona in southern Sweden, near the Baltic Sea. She has sailed since childhood and being on the ocean is second nature to her. She is freelancing for several boating magazines in Sweden. During the summer 2014, she was the official fleet photographer for the J/24 European Championships in Ängelholm, Sweden and Farr 30 World Championships in Copenhagen, Denmark. She likes to shoot in all weather, but preferably when it’s stormy & spectacular! She is a member of Swedish professional photographers Association.
www.heleneohsbeck.com

 

Bio RickTomlinsonRick Tomlinson

Rick specializes in yacht racing and advertising photography. He made his name capturing the Southern Ocean at its most treacherous from the decks of various yachts in the Whitbread Round the World Race, starting in 1985 with photos from DRUM published in Yachting World and Seahorse. He finished his 4 Race Whitbread career with a commission from National Geographic.  Rick works from Cowes and is currently Official Photographer for Team SCA- the all female team in the next Volvo Ocean Race..
www.rick-tomlinson.com

Bio Erik SimonsonErik Simonson

Erik Simonson runs H20 Shots.com, the one stop shop for marine oriented imagery specializing in the San Francisco Bay Area and has been producing high-quality photos for personal, commercial and editorial uses for over three decades.  In recent years Erik has expanded his coverage of sailing, launching www.pressure-drop.us, providing and ever-growing portal for images, videos reports and an active sailing forum that spotlights the wonderful events and experiences that are happening in the sport of sailing.  He is available for corporate/ private charters, regattas, demo/ test sails and can also assist in marketing/ promotion.
www.h2oshots.smugmug.com

Bio Christine ThompsonChristine Thompson

Christine was born in Brittany, France and grew up on La Reunion, a small island in the Indian Ocean. Her family moved to Martinique in the French West Indies while she was a teenager.  Later, she moved to the US Virgin Islands where she has spent the last 30 years. The Caribbean islands are a place of phenomenal light and natural beauty that keep her inspired daily.  A sailor at heart, she raced in the Caribbean for 26 years on various family owned boats, including a J/27. Following a neck injury which forced her to stop racing, she says “I picked up a camera and started to follow boats around the course in all conditions. I love the thrill of being on the water and trying to frame that perfect moment when all the elements come together.”
http://csaltypixels.com

Bio Sander vanderBorchSander Van der Borch

Sander started his career as a sailor, winning amongst others the Admiral’s Cup with the Dutch team in 1999 and the 2006 TP52 MedCup with Mean Machine. Sander also competed in the J-22 Worlds three times- 2000 (3rd), 2003 (2nd) and 2005 (3rd). Although still occasionally racing, he started working full-time as a photographer in 2008. Sander is the Official Photographer for Artemis Racing since 2010 and is the official photographer for all major Dutch Sailing events; like the Delta-Lloyd Olympic Classes Regatta (former Spa regatta) and Round Texel Race.
www.sandervanderborch.com

Bio Bronny DanielsBronny Daniels

Bronny Daniels is a regular fixture on the West Coast racing circuit. Sailors frequenting events between San Diego and Santa Barbara will inevitably find themselves the subjects of her images. She has covered a wide range of races including the Transpac, the Ensenada Race, the America’s Cup “Louis Vuitton Cup” series, and the West Coast Farr 40 North Americans. Her images have been seen in Sail Magazine, Scuttlebutt Sailing News, and local newspapers, as well as advertisements for Ullman Sails and Harken. www.joysailing.com

Bio Tim WilkesTim Wilkes

Tim has been actively involved in yachting photography for 25+ years. That experience is backed up by his love of marine adventure and his passion to capture extraordinary moments on the water. Whether it's revealing and highlighting a yacht's state-of-the-art design or capturing that vivid once in a lifetime moment in action, Tim's work is top notch. He has been the official photographer for many high profile events including J/22 and J/24 World Championship regattas, as well as Farr 40 & Optimist Worlds and Chester Race Week. His photos have graced the cover of Sailing World and yachting magazines in over 15 countries.
www.timwilkes.com

 

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Sailing Calendar Photographers

The J/Sailing Calendar could not exist without the extraordinary talents and artistry exhibited by this years' contributors of sailing photography.  From all over the world, this group of sailing photographers, many of whom are world renowned, award-winning photo-journalists, have experienced everything you could ever imagine to get "the perfect shot".

Many of these now grace the pages of this year's J/Sailing Calendar.  Shooting great sailboat photos takes extraordinary skill, timing and a bit of luck-- call it serendipity or perseverance, all of them can tell you that getting tossed around in small rubber inflatable boats (RIBS) or dangling out of helicopters on windy days can often be dangerous. But, when they get that perfect photograph, they know it.

It is through their work that we can enjoy the beauty of sailing as seen by their perspective on what makes a great sailing photo- the composition and interplay of light, contrast, waves, wind, clouds, sky, the landscape and seascape and how the sailboats themselves perform on the sea.  We consider ourselves fortunate to have such broad range of J's sailing off some of the world's most beautiful harbors and sea coasts, some of them have been beautifully captured by these remarkable photographers.  Please "meet" this year's J/Sailing Calendar photographers below and enjoy their work.

Bio ChapiChapi

Gonzalo Gomez Gomara, a.k.a. "Chapi", from Santander, Spain, started photography in 2006 after a severe knee injury prevented him playing professional sports.

His sailing work started after a spectacular sunset sail on a little sailboat in Santander Bay.

He recently published a book, "Santander- Luz del Norte" and is widely published in major sailing publications worldwide. See his work:
www.chapifoto.com

Bio JanAnderson
Jan Anderson

Jan is one of the most gifted marine photographers in the Pacific Northwest. Her work documents all types and activities of boats, from British Columbia to the Columbia River, and everywhere in between. Most weekends she can be found on Puget Sound, shooting sailing regattas,  averaging 35/yr! The fruits of her talent can be found in 48 North magazine, Northwest Yachting magazine, Pacific Yachting magazine, Sail magazine, Sailing World magazine, and online at Sailing Anarchy and Pressure Drop web sites. She works with commercial marketing firms, marinas, yacht clubs, maritime industry, and sailmakers.
janpix.smugmug.com

Bio KurtArrigo
Kurt Arrigo

Kurt's career has captured action at sporting events, portray Hollywood stars, swim with  sharks and undertake environmental projects from the Galapagos to the Himalayas. He has been passionate about the sea from birth. Born on the captivating Mediterranean island of Malta in 1969, he counts diving, sailing and swimming among his passions. His expertise in underwater photography has pushed boundaries in the field.  His sailing assignments started in the 1992 America’s Cup and for Rolex has covered the Sydney Hobart, Fastnet & Big Boat Series. In 2012, he was awarded the prestigious Yacht Racing Image of the Year. Kurt has supported international film productions in Malta and works with global brands in the lifestyle and luxury sector. 
www.kurtarrigo.com

Bio MeredithBlock
Meredith Block

Meredith first started sailing dinghies when she was a young girl.  A graduate from University of Michigan, Meredith abandoned a career in restaurant and office management after rediscovering her love of sailing and her love for photography.  Meredith has been published in dozens of publications around the world, and currently works as Staff Photographer for the sport’s most widely read news & information website, Sailing Anarchy.com.
www.blocksail.com

Bio SvenJurgensen
Sven Juergensen

Sven was born and raised in the beautiful village of Kappeln, Germany.  Sven works with the JBoats German dealership- Mittelmann's Werft and is a pro photographer covering leading international sailing regattas; including most recently the J/22 Worlds, J/24 Worlds and J/80 Worlds in Germany.  He is also team photographer for ORC Offshore Teams Tutima/ Silva Neo; for the J/70’s SV Itzehoe (Soyka)/ Blankeneser Segelclub (Lehmann); for the new Deutsche Segel-Bundesliga women's MSC Sailing Team (skipper Steffi Kopcke).
Sven Juergensen- Flickr

 

Bio JeanMarieLiot
Jean-Marie Liot

Jean-Marie has specialized in yacht photography for 20+ years.  He has traveled around the world to cover famous offshore races for French teams, sponsors and skippers. He works with Voile Magazine, has been the official photographer of the Tour de France a la Voile since 1996, and works with leading French marine industry clients. Jean-Marie also devotes part of his time to food photography and has worked with a number of leading French chefs in Brittany, Normandy and Paris. He currently lives in Vannes.
www.jmliot.com

Bio CoreySilken
Corey Silken

Corey is a yachting/ luxury lifestyle photographer based in Newport, Rhode Island. He regularly travels to the Caribbean and throughout the world for commercial and fine art projects. His clients range from the International Yacht Restoration School to top shipyards like Royal Huisman and Pendennis. He shoots for major brands such as Panerai and Bacardi, plus he works with top TV/ film industry producers (Courtney Cox's Cougar Town and Kelsey Grammar's Boss).  An avid outdoor explorer, he in the America’s Cup 12 Metre Class fleet in Newport, Rhode Island and enjoys racing a Herreshoff S Class boat.
www.coreysilken.com

Bio PaulTodd
Paul Todd

Paul is a former professional sailor/ sail maker. He spends much of his time traveling around the world shooting regattas and sailing offshore for commercial clients. Paul was the official photographer for the Louis Vuitton Trophy and the official photographer for the 2011-2012 Volvo Ocean Race . Paul's most recent assignment was with Louis Vuitton at the 2013 America's Cup in San Francisco along with other commercial clients. As well, Paul runs Outside Images picture agency featuring new stock marine images weekly.
www.outsideimages.com

Bio OnneVanderwal
Onne van der Wal

Onne has been photographing J/Boats in his hometown of Newport, RI and at regattas around the world for his entire 27 year career. His award-winning photos of yachts, classic sailboats, commercial shipping, landscape and seascapes and fine art prints are available for sale in his Newport Gallery on Bannister's Wharf, Newport, RI. If you're in town, please stop in and see why his work is among the best, or you may shop online.
www.vanderwal.com

Bio PaulWyeth
Paul Wyeth

Based in Southampton, England, Paul has lived and worked by the sea all his life. Apart from studying for a design degree, the sea has always been central to him; teaching sailing, boat building and work for the RYA. His design talent combines well with hands-on experience at sea. An understanding of light and a passion for capturing the energy and grace of the sea is his driving force. Paul shoots from a small RIB, allowing him to get right into the action. Many of his shots appear in major Yachting publications in addition to work for clients such as : Volvo, JP Morgan, CrewSaver, Musto, and Yachts and Yachting, to name a few.
www.pwpictures.com

Bio LarsWhermann
Lars Wehrmann

Lars is a native of Kiel, Germany and has spent the last few decades as a commercial photographer with a strong interest in sailing.  He is the official photographer for the new German Sailing League (Deutsche Segel-bundesliga) that features J/70s sailing in five events across the country.
www.larswehrmann.de

 

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J/Sailing Calendar Photographers

The J/Sailing Calendar could not exist without the extraordinary talents and artistry exhibited by this years' contributors of sailing photography.  From all over the world, this group of sailing photographers, many of whom are world renowned, award-winning photo-journalists, have experienced everything you could ever imagine to get "the perfect shot".

Many of these now grace the pages of this year's J/Sailing Calendar.  Shooting great sailboat photos takes extraordinary skill, timing and a bit of luck-- call it serendipity or perseverance, all of them can tell you that getting tossed around in small rubber inflatable boats (RIBS) or dangling out of helicopters on windy days can often be dangerous. But, when they get that perfect photograph, they know it.

It is through their work that we can enjoy the beauty of sailing as seen by their perspective on what makes a great sailing photo- the composition and interplay of light, contrast, waves, wind, clouds, sky, the landscape and seascape and how the sailboats themselves perform on the sea.  We consider ourselves fortunate to have such broad range of J's sailing off some of the world's most beautiful harbors and sea coasts, some of them have been beautifully captured by these remarkable photographers.  Please "meet" this year's J/Sailing Calendar photographers below and enjoy their work.

Bio DanielForster
Daniel Forster

Since 1974, Daniel has covered ten America’s Cups and ten Olympic Games. Daniel’s photos have been on covers of magazines worldwide, including TIME more than once. Maxi-sailors Bill Koch & Larry Ellison have commissioned him for books documenting their passion for sailing. Daniel is a Rolex Yachting events photographer and has been engaged by corporations to document their participation in various world events, including the Volvo Ocean Race.
www.danielforster.com

Bio PaulTodd
Paul Todd

Paul is a former professional sailor/ sail maker. He spends much of his time traveling around the world shooting regattas and sailing offshore for commercial clients. Paul was the official photographer for the Louis Vuitton Trophy and the official photographer for the 2011-2012 Volvo Ocean Race . Paul's most recent assignment was with Louis Vuitton at the 2013 America's Cup in San Francisco along with other commercial clients. As well, Paul runs Outside Images picture agency featuring new stock marine images weekly.
www.outsideimages.com

Bio JeanMarieLiot
Jean-Marie Liot

Jean-Marie has specialized in yacht photography for 20+ years.  He has traveled around the world to cover famous offshore races for French teams, sponsors and skippers. He works with Voile Magazine, has been the official photographer of the Tour de France a la Voile since 1996, and works with leading French marine industry clients. Jean-Marie also devotes part of his time to food photography and has worked with a number of leading French chefs in Brittany, Normandy and Paris. He currently lives in Vannes.
www.jmliot.com

     
 
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January
J/70s Key West
By Ingrid Abery
02 Feb Terlin final-3751-910-630-100-c
February
J/24s Monaco
By YC Monaco/ Franck Terlin
J/109 sailing off Plymouth, England
March
J/109 Plymouth
By Tim Wright
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April
J/120s San Francisco
By Rolex/ Daniel Forster
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May
J/80s Santander
By Chapifoto.com
J/80s sailing off Palma Mallorca, Spain
June
J/80s Palma Mallorca
By Jesus Renedo
 J/111 North Americans- Chicago- fleet sailing off starting line
July
J/111s Chicago
By Meredith Block
J/42 cruising sailboat BRAVO sailing off Maine coast
August
J/42 Maine Coast
By Mike Steffenson
J/105s sailing at Rolex Big Boat Series- San Francisco
September
J/105s San Francisco
By Rolex/ Daniel Forster
J/70s sailing on Lake Garda at EuroCup Regatta
October
J/70s Lake Garda
By Daniele Turrini
03 Mar Todd final-3752-910-630-100-c
November
J/22s Newport
By Paul Todd
J/125 sailing Rolex Big Boat Series- San Francisco
December
J/125 San Francisco
By Rolex/ Daniel Forster
 

J/70s sailing off Cowes- Nationals 2013- by Rick TomlinsonCover Photo
Rick Tomlinson

 

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Sailing Calendar Photographers

The J/Sailing Calendar could not exist without the extraordinary talents and artistry exhibited by this years' contributors of sailing photography.  From all over the world, this group of sailing photographers, many of whom are world renowned, award-winning photo-journalists, have experienced everything you could ever imagine to get "the perfect shot".

Many of these now grace the pages of this year's J/Sailing Calendar.  Shooting great sailboat photos takes extraordinary skill, timing and a bit of luck-- call it serendipity or perseverance, all of them can tell you that getting tossed around in small rubber inflatable boats (RIBS) or dangling out of helicopters on windy days can often be dangerous. But, when they get that perfect photograph, they know it.

It is through their work that we can enjoy the beauty of sailing as seen by their perspective on what makes a great sailing photo- the composition and interplay of light, contrast, waves, wind, clouds, sky, the landscape and seascape and how the sailboats themselves perform on the sea.  We consider ourselves fortunate to have such broad range of J's sailing off some of the world's most beautiful harbors and sea coasts, some of them have been beautifully captured by these remarkable photographers.  Please "meet" this year's J/Sailing Calendar photographers below and enjoy their work.

Bio ChapiChapi

Gonzalo Gomez Gomara, a.k.a. "Chapi", from Santander, Spain, started photography in 2006 after a severe knee injury prevented him playing professional sports. His sailing work started after a spectacular sunset sail on a little sailboat in Santander Bay. He recently published a book, "Santander- Luz del Norte" and is widely published in major sailing publications worldwide. See his work:
www.chapifoto.com

Ingrid AberyIngrid Abery

Ingrid cut her sailing photographic teeth chasing the 18ft skiff fleet down Sydney harbor in a helicopter in a feisty 26 knot Nor’Easter. The sea is her office and the race course a blank canvas each morning. Ingrid, though based in Chelsea, London, spends much of her time photographing yacht races in Europe, Australia, the US and Caribbean. Her portfolio encompasses event organizers, sponsors such as Rolex, brochure clients and individuals. www.ingridabery.com

Bio TimWright origTim Wright

Tim was living on his 34 ft sailing boat in the Caribbean and started to photograph yachts as a means of survival. Today he spends winters afloat in the Caribbean. Over recent years he's been active at regattas in the UK and the Med.  Sailors recognize his unique style; where other photographers shoot from larger boats Tim works from a tiny inflatable-- this gives him incredible maneuverability, allowing him to get close to the action.
www.photoaction.com

Bio DanielForsterDaniel Forster

Since 1974, Daniel has covered ten America’s Cups and ten Olympic Games. Daniel’s photos have been on covers of magazines worldwide, including TIME more than once. Maxi-sailors Bill Koch & Larry Ellison have commissioned him for books documenting their passion for sailing. Daniel is a Rolex Yachting events photographer and has been engaged by corporations to document their participation in various world events, including the Volvo Ocean Race.
www.danielforster.com

Bio PaulTodd 02Paul Todd

Paul Todd is a former professional sailor/sail maker and a founding member of Outside Images agency back in 1992. He spends his time traveling around the world shooting regattas and sailing offshore for commercial clients. Paul was the official photographer for the 2013 Louis Vuitton Trophy and the official photographer for the 2011-2012 Volvo Ocean Race . Paul's most recent assignment was for Louis Vuitton, covering the entire 2013 America's Cup in San Francisco.
www.outsideimages.com

Bio RickTomlinsonRick Tomlinson

Rick specializes in yacht racing and advertising photography. He made his name capturing the Southern Ocean at its most treacherous from the decks of various yachts in the Whitbread Round the World Race, starting in 1985 with photos from DRUM published in Yachting World and Seahorse. He finished his 4 Race Whitbread career with a commission from National Geographic.  Rick works from Cowes and is currently Official Photographer for Team SCA- the all female team in the next Volvo Ocean Race..
www.rick-tomlinson.com

Meredith Block- sailing photographerMeredith Block

Meredith first started sailing dinghies when she was a young girl.  A graduate from University of Michigan, Meredith abandoned a career in restaurant and office management after rediscovering her love of sailing and her love for photography.  Meredith has been published in dozens of publications around the world, and currently works as Staff Photo-grapher for the sport’s most widely read news & information website, Sailing Anarchy.com.
www.blocksail.com

Jesus Renedo- sailing photographer from Palma Mallorca, SPainJesus Renedo

Jesús has been sailing since he was a kid, first with his parents 25 ft sailboat in the North of Spain and later as crew in many different boats. Always with a camera on-hand, he is also a scuba diving instructor and underwater photographer. In 2006 he decided to  focus only in photography and since them he has been taking photos in many big regattas, with some of the best teams and boats of the regatta circuit. He lives in Palma Mallorca, Spain. www.jesusrenedo.com

 

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Sailing for Life in Better Sailboats

Sailing is the ultimate freedom, the experience of being at one with nature and the sea, powered only by the wind and one's imagination. It's one of the few "life sports" that offers both a relaxing escape as well as an invigorating challenge. You pick your level of comfort and excitement. Sailing is never the same twice - each time on the water with your sailboat is a unique adventure that can enrich friendships, strengthen family ties, and refresh one's own sense of well-being. How many other outdoor activities can be shared with three or more family generations?  It's been said there are two types of sailors in the world - the young and the young-at-heart. How great is that?

What a Difference a J Makes

Fulfilling those sailing dreams starts with finding a sailboat that fits you - whether you aspire to sail close to home, cruise to distant shores, or take up the challenge of competitive sailing. Performance differences between sailboats are greater than differences between golf clubs, tennis rackets, skis or cars. There aren't many wooden or metal tennis rackets, skis or golf clubs in use anymore. That's because newer boat designs that perform better and are easier to use are MORE FUN!  A well designed sailboat, like a good sports car, is an extension of its owner. It could take years of sailing other boats to learn the difference that good design and quality make to one's sailing enjoyment. Or you can save time and take advantage of what we've learned and designed into every "J." We invite you to explore our site to learn more.

J/Sailing Gear For 2017

JGear 250pxLook great this season in J sailing apparel. Check out the comfortable and fashionable sailing clothing, tech shirts, polo shirts, sailing jackets and sailing hats at the J/Sailing Gear site. Also backpacks, totes, J battleflags and other fun items like half-model sailboats are available as gifts and trophies. 

J/Gear is fully customizable to your needs.  When you order, you can specify just about anything you wish, including boat name, boat type, yacht club, hailing port, etc.  Please be sure to visit our store here.

Upcoming Sailing Events

Sep 30- Nov 26- Hamble Winter Series- Hamble, England
Dec 2- Hot Rum Series III- San Diego, CA
Dec 9-10- Jammin Jamaica J/22 Regatta- Montego Bay, Jamaica
Dec 8-10- Quantum J/70 Winter Series- Tampa, FL
Jan 5-7- Quantum J/70 Winter Series- Tampa, FL
Jan 19-21- J/Fest St Pete- St Petersburg, FL
Feb 9-11- Quantum J/70 Winter Series- Tampa, FL
Feb 15-18- St Pete NOOD Regatta- St Petersburg, FL
Feb 17-18- SCYA Midwinter Regatta- Long Beach, CA
Feb 19- RORC Caribbean 600 Race- English Harbour, Antigua
Feb 23-25- J/70 Midwinters- Coconut Grove, FL
Mar 1-4- Heineken St Maarten Regatta- Simpson Bay, St Maarten
Mar 7-10- Bacardi Cup J/70 Invitational- Coconut Grove, FL
Mar 16-18- San Diego NOOD Regatta- San Diego, CA

NEW 40' Offshore Speedster for 5 or fewer Crew

J/121 offshore speedster sailing off Newport The new J/121 is a 40’ offshore speedster that can be day raced or distance sailed by just 5 or fewer crew…. the best short-handed J ever…. capable of winning on any race track while also excelling in daysailing and weekend mode. J/121 redefines offshore sailboat racing as a recreation and shared adventure with friends - fulfilling the growing need to simplify life and reconnect with those you really want to sail with on a boat that’s pure magic to sail. Learn more about J/121 here.

Elegance, Comfort & Style - NEW J/112E

J112E 01 19986J/112E is the newest “E” Series of sport-cruising yachts.  An Evolution of Elegant performance cruising design. This dual- purpose 36 footer has a spacious two-cabin layout and a roomy, comfortable,  cockpit.  Perfect for the annual club cruise, offshore racing or short-handed blue-water sailing.  Learn about J/112E here.

J/70 - The Sportboat Changing Sailing

J70 spin08 redThe J/70 speedster is a fun, fast, stable, 22 footer that can be towed behind a small SUV and ramped launched and rigged by two people.  J/70 sails upwind like her larger sibling (the J/80) and off the wind she simply flies - planing fast in moderate winds. With 1,300+ boats delivered worldwide, the choice is clear. Learn more about J/70 here.

A Family-friendly One-Design & Daysailer - J/88

J88 SolarSailer cockpit 001 18209The J/88 combines big boat feel with sportsboat-like acceleration.  Add a weekend interior, inboard head, engine and huge cockpit and you have a versatile 29 footer.  Blistering upwind speed of 6.5 kts and trailblazing speed offshore means smiles all around as you collect both the silverware and priceless sailing memories. Learn more about J/88 here.

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