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Overall length 12.19 m

Waterline length 10.55 m

Maximum Beam 3.63 m

Draft 2.20 m

Upwind sailing area 97 m²

Asymetric spinnaker area 150 m²

Displacement 6900 kg

CE approval A Category


The J122 E benefits from a new interior and exterior design that is both refined and modern. These changes have been made in collaboration with the Roséo Design studio.

Didier Le Moal, CEO of 'J Composites': "The J122 no longer needs an introduction. It's a boat that has proven its worth in terms of fast cruising and boasts a series of fine race victories. Its seaworthiness remains unsurpassed, but it seemed important for us to adapt the J122 to the current climate. It's been a tough mission as it's not easy to alter the style of an existing boat. The hull, the deck and the structure are identical. For the rest, together with the Roséo firm, who are renowned designers in the watersports industry, we've given the J122 a thorough review inside and out. In this way, the inside of the boat has an uncluttered design thanks to decisions made with the colour schemes and choice of materials, giving a more luxurious feel, along with a revised bathroom and navigation station), and the exterior now features hull portlights, that are a minor revolution for our yard. It certainly hasn't been about designing to the detriment of functionality. The J122 E is quite simply more modern and is sure to correspond with the needs of an ever more demanding clientele".


Stéphane Roséo: "It's more challenging to start off with an existing object than a clean sheet. Initially we studied the various spaces inside the boat. After that, we re-examined them by working on the ergonomics of the seating and the navigation station... The new interior style matches our observations with regard everything that features in the design of cars, furniture and houses for example. The aim of 'J Composites' was to modernise the boat's interior. We've gone for a more contemporary atmosphere with colours like white and chestnut brown for the upholstery and walnut panelling, on the principle of timeless appeal. For the exterior, I quickly suggested portlights to Didier Le Moal. It was essential to have increased natural light in the saloon".


The J 122 - racing / cruising sailboat of 40 foots - has a flattering success either Inshore or Offshore.
This sailboat (such as the J 109) is above all meant for customers who wish having a very performing cruising boat and with which it's possible to go racing on the biggest regattas.
There are several J 122 versions that can suit either the most cruising program or the most regatta program.
The J 122 has been designed and built only in Europe but it's navigating worldwide from France to United States going through Turkey and even Papua New Guinea.
The J 122 is a cruising sailboat in which you can expect to find the comfort worthy of the biggest units while it's offering on the deck the most advanced and suitable material for an intensive use.
Many options are available, for the cruising lovers: teak deck, extra water tank, and hood; for the regatta lovers: high modulus carbon mast, boom and carbon steering wheel.
Despite its regattas results, the J 122 remains an easy manoeuvrable sailboat when crew is reduced thanks to its stability and simplicity.

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