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Beautiful Peep Hen 14 Fully Loaded Pocket Cruiser Sailboat - Trailer Included!

  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Peep Hen
  • Model: PeepHen 14
  • Type: Pocket Cruiser
  • Year: 1994
  • Location: San Jose, California, United States


1994 Peep Hen 14 Pocket Cruiser Sailboat, with Trailer - Rare, Fully Loaded (see video) This is a unique rare micro-cruising sailboat, with an amazing list of features, including:
  • Very compact, and yet very roomy
  • Has internal sleeping area for two tall adults
  • Has interior mini-kitchen, and marine sanitation device (MSD) aka 'head'
  • Includes full cockpit enclosure: can sleep upto 4 adults (2 inside)
  • Free standing tabernacled mast: Easy to raise and lower
  • Absolutely no standing rigging - Free standing mast, clean install
  • Quick setup or breakdown in one minute, instead of the typical 40 to 60 minutes
  • Cat rigged: Easy to sail: Just control the single cat sail
  • Mainsail is gaff-rigged, with maximum sail area for compact mast/gaff length
  • Sails in great shape: new sails barely used
  • 6hp Johnson Outboard with alternator
  • Fully equiped, with Raymarine Autopilot
  • Cockpit cushions and very nice amenities
  • This is the best, simplest and most luxurious micro-cruiser of its size
  • Great amount of interior living space
  • Far far far more comfortable and roomy that a comparably sized West Wight Potter
  • Year: 1994
  • LOA: 14'2"
  • LWL: 13.3"
  • Beam: 6'4"
  • Draft Up: 9"
  • Draft Down: 3' 0"
  • Total Weight: 650 lbs
  • Ballast: 200 lbs
  • Sail Area: 115 sqft
Includes both:
  • PeepHen 14 Sailboat
  • Trailer
Extracts from reviews..

...The PEEP HEN is, in fact, a true cruising boat.

Lets start down below: the cabin has more than 4' of headroom so you can sit, relax and lean back without hitting your head (something really unusual in a small boat). Any cruising boat needs a place to sleep. The Peep Hen has two good quarter berths (one of which is over 6'6" with 2' of knee clearance.)

A cruiser (or even a daysailer that's used for more than an hour or so) needs some sort of plumbing facilities and the place to use it. The Peep Hen has room in the cabin to use a Porta Potti, cedar bucket or what have you (in complete privacy from the cockpit and without disturbing either berth occupant), and room to stow it under the cockpit floor out of sight, out of the way.

The Peep Hen comes complete with a galley counter big enough to handle a camp stove with room left over for food preparation, a 25 quart ice box, dry storage space for groceries and cooking utensils, and even the kitchen sink. In the forepeak is room to stash a couple of duffels during the day, and sleeping gear can be kept at the foot of the bunks. In other words, everything has its place aboard a Peep Hen, and even in full cruising trim, the interior need not look like an overfilled gunny sack bursting at the seams.

Now for the exterior of the Peep Hen; the place where most sailors are likely to spend the majority of their time while sailing (or cruising). The cockpit seats are designed to fit full sized adults (it is a common myth that most small boat sailors are small people) so they will be comfortable for a full day's sail or an afternoon's lounging at anchor. The self-bailing foot well is low enough to provide good leg room. the seats are wide enough to sun bathe on (the starboard one is 6'6" long) and the coamings are high enough to give good back support. A cutout below the starboard seat has room for a cooler(within easy reach of the helms person) and a gas can. To port, a notch in the transom lets you use a short shaft motor, real easy to get at.

Foreward, we have recessed the deck. This gives you a secure place to handle lines, a good spot to stow the anchor, and a special place for kids to ride (a couple of corks in the scuppers and several buckets of sea water convert the well to a hot tub).

Finally, any cruiser needs a manageable rig, especially if she is to be single handed. This is an area where the Peep Hen shines. Her single gaff sail is quickly raised, lowered or reefed without going on deck; one simply stands in the companionway to handle the halyards and jiffy reefing lines. Her free standing mast is mounted in a tabernacle (mast hinge) making raising or lowering a breeze (even in the water) for even the clumsiest of us sailors. (My 10 year old son can do it unaided). When lowered, the boom and the mast rest on the boom gallows, the sail still furled on the boom. The Peep Hen can be launched, rigged, sail raised, ready to cast oft in under 10 minutes, single handed.

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