In 2003, JPK 960 revolutionised the race/ cruise concept combining outstanding marine performance and pure comfort. Winner of 2 Transquadra races and several Atlantic Trophies, the record-breaking JPK 960 remains unchallenged in its category.
Building on this winning concept, the JPK 1010 was conceived specifically for cruising. It's larger hull and optimised design meet all the latest IRC specifications.
Naval architect J. Valer
LOA 10,00 m
LWL 8,76 m
BOA 3,39 m
Displacement 3,7 t
Volvo engine 18 cv
Keel 1,5 t
Draft 1,98 m
Main 33 m²
Genoa 25 m²
Asy spinnaker 95 m²
Symetric spinnaker 85 m²
A new design for solo and double
Perfectly ballasted, the 1010 remains stable and efficient in all conditions and demonstrates exceptionnal handling qualities.
The augmented hull space offers comfortable living quarters for up to 6 people, fully equipped with cold generator, pressurised water, shower, large chart table and technical cabinet.
The interior is equipped with double-moulded units and light-coloured natural wood. These combined with large lateral portholes offer a bright, contemporary ambience.
On-deck, all manoeuver operations can be carried out from the cockpit which is divided into 2 distinct sections:
- The fore section is equipped with protected benches for family security and comfort.
- The rear section, designed for the helmsman and the mainsail regulator, provides a large quarterdeck area with ample storage for a relaxing, comfortable cruise.
The rectractable bowsprit for the large asymmetrical spinnaker meets the specifications for fast and comfortable cruising.
Jacques Valer's 1010 hull design has been 100% adapted and optimised to meet the latest IRC gauge whilst retaining all the elegance, versatility and handling of the 960.
Building on the experience gained from the JPK 40, 998 and 960, our sophisticated vinylester infusion structure, wetted area, ballast conception and sail plan geometry have been minutely scrutinised to obtain optimum hull balance.
The straight keel and single-rudder version is a force to be reckoned with in full crew situations such as 3-bouy contests. The 1010 bulb-keel, twin-rudder version becomes formidable when operated solo or with reduced crew.