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J95 seahoods, Perfect

  • Condition rating scale: Used; 5 / 5 - Mint - Essentially never used factory fresh appearance!
  • Quantity: 1
  • Equipment Manufacturer: TPI Composites
  • Hatch or Port Size: 35-3/4 x 30 inches
  • Model or Type: from J95 (31 footer)
  • Material: cored f/g composite
  • Size: 35-3/4" long x 30" wide
  • City: Riverside
  • State: New Jersey
  • Country: United States
  • Zip/Postal Code: 08075
  • Boat Manufacturer: J/Boats
  • Listed: November 16, 2015 5:39 pm
  • Expires: 1728 days, 17 hours


Gray is sold, Tan still available

One OEM seahood from J95 sailboat (31 footers) Original supplied seahood that was removed and replaced with seahood with integral instrument pod.  Other than arriving to the shop in place on the new boat this has not been out in the wild.  It was removed during original setup of the boat.

35-3/4 inches long,  30 inches wide.

White smooth surfaces and colored non-skid area.

Nonskid is Beige/Cream.

In perfect condition.

The seahood is cored sandwich construction, balsa in glass skins.  Very stiff.

195. plus net cost to pack & ship – prefer pickup though.

Ad Reference ID: 777564a585e0e107


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One Response to “J95 seahoods, Perfect”

  1. Hi
    I’m looking for a sea hood for my 1966 Pearson Wanderer. My existing hatch is 29 1/4 at the top and 30 inches at bottom. These are outside measurements. The 30 inch measurement is that inside or outside measurement top or bottom. The hatch would have to shipped. I would pay for a reasonable packing cost. I live in North Carolina. My zip is 28303

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