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The J/24 was designed in 1977 and was soon established as the world’s most popular keel boat, which it has remained ever since. The class is established in nearly 40 countries with well over 100 active fleets. This 24’ keelboat is normally sailed with 5 but can be sailed with 4 or 6 as long as the total crew weight is under the class 400kg limit.