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Hull #314 - Stonington, CT

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J70 "HONEY PI" #314

Price: $37,000


All white hull – no bottom paint. Honey Pi (#314) is a fast boat that has always been dry-sailed/raced by her original owners

Southern Spars mast and boom (mast base plug barrier-coated per J Boats recommendation)

Jib cross sheeting cleats / backstay flicker

Harken winches & deck hardware package


  • 2017 North XCS-1 Mainsail (used on 3 race days in 2017 and 10 light air race days in each of 2018 & 2019)
  • 2016 North SD-1 Mainsail (used on 10 light air race days in each of 2016 & 2017)
  • 2013 North M2 Mainsail
  • 2016 North SD-1 Jib
  • 2013 North J-2 Jib
  • North Spinnaker (used on 10 light air race days in each of 2018 & 2019)

Rigging / Other

  • Sail22 upgraded Cunningham
  • Sail22 upgraded backstay and spare original backstay
  • Sail22 Third Hands on shrouds
  • Sail22 shroud locks with spares
  • Sail22 upgraded traveler (new and uninstalled)
  • Sail22 continuous tapered spinnaker sheet (used once) and spare original sheets
  • Main sheet, jib sheets, tack line, outhaul, boom vang
  • Ronstan Battlestick tiller extension
  • Harken cockpit line bags (3)
  • Velcro companionway soft cover
  • Rudder & tiller padded travel covers
  • UV-protective jib cover (to protect jib when rolled around the headstay)
  • Sail22 soft lifting straps for hull and keel – for launching and hauling out the boat on a hoist
  • Mast crutch with roller to facilitate raising and lowering the mast
  • Boat top cover (when on trailer)
  • Keel crane


  • Honda 2.3 hp long shaft outboard
  • Engine padded bag to stow engine forward on V berth
  • Sail22 bracket to stow engine forward on V berth (new and uninstalled)

Additional Equipment

Triad J/70 Trailer with extenders for keel-down use and Fulton F2 jack. Keel strap to brace keel while trailering. Driven only 10 miles per year (other than the 50-mile trip from the factory in Portsmouth RI).


Honey Pi or π (Hull No. 314) is an exceptionally well cared for and competitive boat that is being offered by her original owners, who have compiled a strong race record, including several wins in the Fishers Island Round Island Race (J70 one design class). She has been stored indoors on her trailer during the off-season and has only been raced locally, so the keel and keel trunk have not been subjected to the wear & tear of road travel.


Tom Mayotte | 978-551-0321 | tomm@ecys.com

Honey Pi #314.pdf

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