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QUICK GUIDE

J/ 105 PUFF

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Engine        2

Engine, Location/Access, Steering, Ignition/Start, Throttle, Shifting, Pre-Start Checklist, Engine Starting, Stop Engine

Electrical        3

AC Electrical Panel, DC Electrical Panel, 3-Way Battery Switch, Battery Charging, Battery Monitoring

Electronics        3

GPS/Chartplotter & Navigation Instruments

Sails        3

Headsail, Mainsail

Tankage        4

Water Tank, Fuel Tank, Holding Tank

Head        4

Head Operation

Bilge Pump        5

Electric Pump, Manual Pump

Boat Systems        6

Berths, Refrigeration, Stove, Hot Water Heater, Anchor & Windlass, Diesel Heater

Inventory List        6

USCG safety equipment, etc.

Boat Diagrams        8

Drainage & Seacock Diagram, Safety Equipment Diagram, Yanmar 2GM20F Engine Diagram

Quick Guide

J/105 Puff

Documentation No: WN5739NZ

LOA: 34’6”

Make/Model: J/105

Draft: 6'6"

(Assume depth sounder is set at waterline and include draft in depth reading. A minimum depth reading of 10ft is required.) 

Year: 1995

Beam: 11’

Mast Height: 50’4”

FCC call sign: WDJ668

Engine: Yanmar 2GM20F

Location/Access

Behind companionway steps

Engine Control Panel

On transom; to port

Engine Battery Switch

Bottom of companionway to port. Stays on “both”. DO NOT CHANGE. 

Engine Hour Meter

On aft cabin bulkhead. Engine panel needs to be powered on.

Fuel Gauge

On fuel tank

Ignition/Start

On engine control panel

Throttle

On mid-transom; combines direction and speed

Shifting

  • To engage transmission, push the lever starboard (fwd) or port (reverse) until it “clicks” into place. To increase speed, continue to move the lever forward or reverse, watching the tachometer to ensure speed isn’t too high.
  • To disengage transmission, pull out the silver button and move the lever to port. Speed can be adjusted when the lever is moved port or back; transmission is disengaged as long as the silver button is out.

Engine Starting

  1. In neutral, advance the throttle approximately ⅓
  2. Pull out the silver button to the starboard of the throttle lever
  3. Insert key and turn to “on”; buzzer and light should sound
  4. Push in the start button for about 5-10 seconds and the engine should start
  5. At this point the audible alarm should turn off. If not, Stop the engine.
  6. Check transom for water and exhaust (turn engine off immediately if no water is pumping out through the exhaust)
  7. After the engine starts, move the throttle back to neutral position before switching into gear.

Stop Engine

In neutral, pull the stop cable on the port side of the binnacle until the engine stops. When the alarm sounds, turn the key to “off”.

Electrical

AC Electrical Switches

Located starboard; on aft bulkhead

House Battery Switch

Bottom of companionway to port. Stays on “both”. DO NOT CHANGE. 

Battery Charging

Charged by either shore power (make sure AC power and battery charger switch are turned ON) or by running the engine.

Monitoring Batteries

Monitor levels when using DC services while the engine is not running.

Battery voltmeter is next to the AC panel.

DC Electrical Panel

Located on the port bulkhead; next to the chart table.

Electronics

GPS/Chartplotter

N/A

Navigation Instruments

Location: On either side of the helm

To Operate:

  • In main cabin, turn “instruments” switch on the DC panel to “on”
  • Depth, speed and wind will read automatically. Do NOT change settings.

Sails

Headsail

Jib is on a rolling furler. Jib sheets lead back to the cockpit.

  • Uncleat the furling line and unfurl slowly (especially on windy days)
  • Get 2-3 wraps around the jib with the sheets when done and lock off sheets on cleats or winches

Mainsail

Mainsail is fully battened.

  • Halyard runs along the port side to the cockpit clutch.
  • The cunningham loop goes through webbing on the sail and attaches to a metal hook at the tack fitting.
  • Maintain figure 8 knot in the fine tune purchase.
  • Coil lines in a figure 8 or loop and put them loosely on the winch. Do not tie them up.

Tankage

Water Tanks

Location: Beneath starboard settee

Fill Cap: Starboard

Capacity: 5 gallons

Fuel Tank

Location: Under port side settee

Fill Cap: Port forward of shrouds

Capacity: 13 gallons

Holding Tank

Location: In alcove above vanity

Pump-out Deck Cap: Located on port midship; labeled “waste”

Capacity: 12 gallons

Head

Operation

Nothing goes in the bowl that has not been consumed first.

Do not flush toilet paper → put TP in trash.

Make sure the water intake seacock is open (located under the v-berth, port side)

Head Operation: 

  1. Open seacock for intake
  2. Move selector switch to wet bowl
  3. Pump 3-5 times to allow water into the bowl
  4. After use, move the selector switch to “dry bowl” and pump contents until the bowl is empty.
  5. Move the switch back to “wet bowl”, pump again a few times to bring in water, then change to “dry bowl”, pumping water through until the bowl is empty.
  6. Close seacock for safety

**Never pump the tank overboard**

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Bilge Pump

Bilge Pump (Electric)

3-way switch on panel underneath the DC panel. Hold to “manual” for continuous or “auto” for intermittent with a float switch. Always leave the switch on “auto” before leaving the boat.

Bilge Pump (Manual)

Location: Has two manual pump sockets. Stocket 1 is located aft portside in the cockpit. The bilge pump handle is stored in the cabinet under the chart table. Socket 2 is in the port aft locker. The bilge pump handle is stored next to the pump.

To Operate:

  1. Insert handle into socket
  2. Move the handle up and down to allow the pump to prime. When the pump is primed, moving the handle will be harder, but keep pumping as water is moving through and out the bilge exit thru hull. Pumping will become easier as water exits the boat.
  3. Remove the handle and place it back in the cabinet.

Boat Systems

Refrigeration

Icebox under companionway stairs

Stove

N/A

Galley Sink

Seacock located in a cabinet under the sink. It is normally kept closed. If drain needs to be  used, open seacock to allow liquid to leave, but close when done.

Foot pump operates water; no water pump aboard

Head Sink

Seacock located under sink

Hot Water Heater

N/A

Anchor

Primary anchor: Primary anchor in v-berth locker opposite head. A 33lb Danforth anchor 30’ of chain and 200’ of rope rode marked in 30’ sections. Always anchor off of port pow to prevent damage to the bowsprit.

Inventory

Item

Qty

Location

Air Horn & Can

2

Shelf above sink

Boat Hook

1

Behind starboard settee

Bilge Pump Handle

2

In chart table & next to pump

Coast Guard Regulation Placards

3

Oil discharge placard: Outside of engine cover

MARPOL trash placard: Outside of engine cover

CO2 placard: Port of companionway

Deck Key

1

Inside chart table

Emergency Tiller

1

Under  port settee; aft end

Fire Extinguishers

2

Port side of companionway & starboard galley

First Aid Kit

2

Galley & head

Flashlight

1

In port side drawer by chart table

PFD’s Type II

6

Hanging in starboard locker in head area

PFD Type IV - throwable

2

Square cushion behind port settee; life ring behind starboard settee

Tool & Repair Kit

1

Under chart table in cabinet

Vessel documentation

1

Taped to bulkhead above chart table

Visual signal flares

3

Safety box (clear box)

Winch handles

2

Inside chart table

DRAINAGE & SEACOCK DIAGRAM

Diagram, engineering drawing

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SAFETY EQUIPMENT DIAGRAM

YANMAR 2GM20F ENGINE DIAGRAM