Actually hunter #14 best as I can determine!
John Cherubini designed.
Built from 1973-1983
THS 6 knots
Mine is the original sloped foredeck version, before Hunter added the taller coachroof and <gasp> poptop! Seemed to be a solid enough boat before I disassembled it. WILL be a solid little vessel when I am done with her.
I tore and ground till she was an empty hull, think bathtub! Rebuilding the interior for solo sailing, which is what I do 90% of the time. Only things I've built above the waterline are the bulkheads and the galleytop. All hardware stripped off, holes drilled oversize and injected with epoxy. I lifted her off her keel and rebedded it. Have made the interior seats and hatches a glassed in honeycomb structure. Tore out the overhead to remove and replace the waterlogged balsa core. Tabbed the hull/deck joint together around the boat. And more little details I can't think of now.
Bulletproof is my goal, and bulletproof she shall be. I don't want to run into things, I do want to be able to run into things! If that makes any sense.
She was designed for a stern hung outboard <UGH>. One of those nice spring-loaded brackets will hang off the stern for that. I will have to get an outboard <UGH> so I can get out of Lake Erie.
When the rebuild is done I plan on sailing her out the New York Canal system and down the Atlantic seaboard. Round the Keys and leave her on the hard in Tampa. Then I can fly down and sail in the winter.