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Point of SAIL: J/Boats Inc. President Jeff Johnstone

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In this episode of Point of SAIL, sponsored by West System Epoxy, Principal Editor Adam Cort talks with Jeff Johnstone, president of J/Boats Inc., the company that has brought the world such iconic designs as the J/24, the J/105 and the J/22, to name a few. In their conversation, Adam and Jeff discuss everything from the story of the company’s founding to the thought processes that have gone into everything from the development of the J/105’s trend-setting retractable bowsprit to the creation of the company’s two latest designs, the J/9 daysailer and J/45 performance-cruiser.

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