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Smile N Wave
$35,000 USD
30ft in

The J/92 offers many rewarding features for the next adventure, weather it is a weekend getaway or a weeknight race series. This design was drawn with the family in mind and being able to sail to whatever caliber you want. The 5.5’ retractable carbon bow sprit, large cockpit and stable racing hull design are all spectacular designs about this 30’ racer/weekend cruiser. Smile N Wave was equipped with a new Yanmar engine in 2008 with extremely low hours, newer race sails in great condition and updated electronics.

Below decks, Smile N Wave does not disappoint, with her exceptional camper cruiser attributes and a large open interior. The most notable features for Smile N Wave are her forward manual head with a privacy screen and built in Espar heating system. The cabin is surprisingly roomy for a thirty-foot boat and proves that J-boat has once again, designed a well-rounded boat ready for adventure.

Name of vessel Smile N Wave
Model J/92
Year 1993
Builder TPI Composits
Designer Rod Johnstone
Price $35,000 USD
Location Seattle, WA
Length (feet) 30
Beam (feet) 10
Draft (feet) 5' 11"
Displacement (pounds) 5,000
Ballast (pounds) 2,275
Engine model 2YM15
Engine horsepower 14
Engine hours 250 (about)
Fuel tank capacity (gallons) 12
Water tank capacity (gallons) 14.5
Holding tank capacity (gallons) 8

Interior Accommodations

Below decks on the J/92, there is a surprising amount of cabin space. The raised cabin top gives just enough headroom to provide a practical cabin and lets in additional light through the portlights. The main cabin has port and starboard settees comfortable enough to sleep on. On the port side there is a sink with a cutting board for basic food prep or a small camp stove. The single basin sink has water pressure by means of a manual foot-pump style water pump.

Forward, there is a hanging space on the starboard side for lines and gear and the head is opposite on the port side. There is a manual marine toilet and space for a sink in the countertop if you choose to add one. The V berth provides a large sleeping space for two people great for a weekend getaway or afternoon nap. The forward deck hatch lets in ample amounts of light and provides good ventilation when open.


Electronics and Navigation

  • Velocitek Prostart (Racing countdown, distance, speed and starting tool)
  • Velocitek Shift (Solar powered tactical sailing compass and countdown tool)
  • Plastimo Contest 101 compass
  • Raymarine tiller auto pilot (ST1000+)
  • Icom VHF (IC-M59)
  • Masthead windex
  • Magellan GPS
  • (2) Raymarine wind indicator (ST 60+display)
  • (2) Raymarine multi display (ST 70)
  • Running lights


Electrical Systems 

  • (2) Dyno group 24 lead acid 12v DC 85Ah batteries
  • Guest battery selector switch
  • Guest 10 amp battery charger
  • BlueSea AC voltmeter panel
  • BlueSea DC panel
  • LED cabin lights (red & white)
  • SeaDog cigarette style charger
  • Caframo Chinook cabin fan
  • Marinco shore power inlet – 30 amp
  • Shore power cord 50’


Mechanical and Plumbing

Engine: Yanmar

Model: 2YM15

Horsepower: 14hp

Fuel type: Diesel

Hours: 250 estimated

Drive type: direct

Propeller: 3 blade Max prop

Packless Sealing System shaft seal

Teleflex throttle control

  • Yanmar engine control panel in cockpit with tachometer
  • Manual foot water pump, Whale gusher galley foot pump 4gal/min
  • Plastic fuel tank 12gal
  • Spare 14 ½ gal fuel bladder
  • Manual marine toilet
  • Whale MK 3 gusher manual bilge pump
  • Vetus water bladder 14.5gal
  • Holding tank 8gal
  • Waste pump out deck fitting
  • Espar heating system (D1LC) (not functional)


Deck and Hull


  • Stainless pulpit
  • Stainless pushpit
  • Double stainless lifelines with transom gate
  • Lifeline hiking pads
  • (3) mooring cleats
  • (2) open bow chocks
  • Teak toe rail from midships forward
  • Stainless grab rails
  • Lewmar forward deck hatch
  • V-Berth cushions
  • Interior settee cushions
  • Danforth 14lb anchor
  • Three strand anchor rode (unknown length)
  • Ullman boom sail cover
  • Stainless dodger frame
  • Dodger canvas
  • Radar reflector
  • Sheet bags
  • Winch handle pockets
  • Mast Velocitek mounts


Sails and Rigging

  • Aluminum painted black double spreader mast
  • Aluminum painted black boom
  • 5½ foot carbon extendable bow sprit
  • Double tuff luff
  • Harken MKIII jib furler
  • Selden boom vang
  • Cunningham purchase
  • Antal turning blocks at base of mast
  • Stainless wire standing rigging
  • Harken jib car tracks
  • Anodized aluminum toe rail tracks
  • Antal single line clutch
  • Antal double line clutch
  • Spinlock double line clutch
  • (2) Harken 40, 2 speed self tailing winch
  • (2) Harken 32, 2 speed self tailing winch
  • Harken traveler
  • Harken mainsheet block
  • Coarse and fine-tune backstay adjustment
  • Spinlock tiller extension
  • Spare old wood tiller


  • Main halyard
  • Jib halyard
  • Spinnaker halyard


  • Main sheet
  • Spinnaker sheets
  • Jib sheets
  • Tackline


  • Main carbon, on boom (great)
  • North Main (spare, good)
  • North jib #2, Kevlar (fair)
  • North jib #3, medium (2003, good)
  • North jib #1 medium (2000, good)
  • Ullman jib, carbon (2017, great)
  • Ullman jib, carbon (2015, great)
  • Ullman A2 runner (2018, brand new in bag excellent)
  • North drifter, .85oz (1998, fair)
  • North .5oz spinnaker (1999, fair to good)
  • North .75oz spinnaker (fair to good)
  • North .6oz spinnaker (fair to good)


Miscellaneous and Safety

  • Lifesling
  • Throwable horseshoe with throw rope and bag attached
  • Boat hook
  • Bosuns chair
  • Type V cushion
  • (4) Type 2 lifejackets
  • Fire extinguishers
  • (4) winch handles
  • (6) Blue winch covers
  • Toolbox with assorted tools
  • Igloo cooler
  • Assorted sail ties
  • Davis Air Dryer 500
  • West marine Air Dryer
  • Docklines
  • Fenders
  • Rig rap tape
  • Self-bonding rigging tape
  • PT-2 loos gauge
  • PT-1 Loos gauge
  • Funnels
  • Sticky back sail cloth
  • Marlow whipping twine
  • New England ropes finish line
  • Assorted bungs
  • Tell tails


  • Many Harken blocks of various sizes
  • Shroud turnbuckle
  • Antal clutch
  • Hose clamps
  • Heat shrink



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