The JOD 35 was designed by Daniel Andrieu in 1991. The purpose was one design racing, also for companies and charter guests. The major event was the Tour de France a` la voile.The JOD was later replaced by the smaller Mumm 30

 Dimensionsize unit
 LOA 10.62
 WOA 3.49
 Draft 2.00
 Displacement 3,650


 Standard mainsail 41.8m² 
 Genoa 1 28.0m² 
 Genoa 3 20m² 
 Spinnaker 66m² 
 Material of Hull Polyglass 
 Material of DeckSandwich, foam  
 Ballast1,350 kg 
 Time on Distance Jocker644.7 / 720.0  
 Time on Time0.9307 / 0.9375  
 Crewwheight for ORC Club Jocker 450kg 

JOD brochure (french)

JOD35 +

  • Fantastic single handed boat (with ballast tanks)
  • rock solid, undestroyable
  • still looks cool,
  • massive shrouts (8.5 mm ROD)
  • affordable
  • super fun in big waves, uphill and downhill
  • very easy to handle and forgiving
  • rewarding to sail
  • space below deck for many girlfriends

JOD 35 -

  • does not point as high as boats with runners, with jibsheet barbers much better
  • kite could be bigger, now I have a big gennaker
  • needs some crew on the rail, without tanks

I bought Jocker in late 2008 in Valencia / Spain. When I saw her picture on the internet, I instantly fell in love, especially because of her nice paintjob on the hull.

Jocker was previously owned by my friend Jaime de Muller who is a naval architect. Have a look at his cool VLC 35 at

Here you can see him and his family on JOCKER

Before Jaime painted JOCKER, she was sailing under the Name MANZANA VERDE (green apple) - a matter of taste, if you like a green hull....

Manzana Verde won the race Huelva - La Gomera and subsequently was sailed quite successfully by Jaime and his crew. Hope I can do it as well...