Pepe is a very well equipped Jeanneau 32 which joined us in late 2011. She has a conventional two cabin layout which makes her ideal for family groups or up to five adults (six if one is small!), although we would recommend four as a sensible limit for charters of a week or more.

On deck Pepe has an electric anchor windlass and a very large cockpit for a boat of her size.  She has conventional roller furling genoa and in-mast reefing for the mainsail, whilst under power she is pushed along by a Volvo 20hp engine connected to a two bladed propeller.  Steering is by wheel, and she has an autopilot at the helm as well as full instrumentation in the cockpit.

Pepe has the popular two cabin layout complimented by a good sized heads and shower with hot water coming from both the engine and also shore-power when available.  The galley is of a good size and lies to starboard; two burner cooker and oven accompanied by a good sized fridge. Immediately forward of the galley is the chart table area where both radar and chartplotter (independent systems) are located.

Like all or boats she comes equipped with a tender and outboard, and is fully coded to MCA requirements. This means that she has a full compliment of safety equipment on board, including lifejackets and harnesses, liferaft, flares and first aid kits, as well as a range of automatic and manual fire extinguishers. She is also equipped with a large folio of Admiralty charts, pilots and almanac, together with an on-board manual and supporting literature, and warm air heating for the main domestic cabins.




Aft Cabin:

Fore Cabin and Saloon:

Galley and Heads:

Engine compartment and on a mooring:



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