The J Class is regarded as the most iconic racing yacht in the world with historic pedigree competing for the America’s Cup. The first ‘J’ was commissioned in 1929 by Sir Thomas Lipton to challenge for the AC and in 1930 the rule was introduced with a waterline length of between 75 to 87 feet for the class.
JK3: Shamrock V
Day Two of the stunning America's Cup Superyacht Regatta, hosted by the Royal Bermuda Yacht Club, which includes the iconic J Class en masse. We think watching this is close to eclipsing many of the seven deadly sins as we can't help ourselves - Lust (boat porn of the highest degree), Envy (we wa...
The Final Day of the America's Cup Superyacht Regatta, hosted by the Royal Bermuda Yacht Club, which includes the iconic J Class en masse. Congratulations to the organising committee for hosting this event alongside the AC50 foilers as it shows that the J Class boats are still as important and be...