Peacoq 14 is a dinghy designed by Raphaël Censier under the impetus of an entrepreneur, Patrick Billot. The program is simple: democratize foiling practice thanks to a playful and educational support which can be used like a classic dinghy.
Here are the key features of the boat:
Versatility by offering three types of navigation
Stable like a catamaran thanks to the hull hollow (« tunnel hull »)
Minimum maneuvers required to quickly apprehend the boat
Compact and ultra-simple foil retraction system
Aluminum foils in order to reduce maintenance charges
In short Peacoq 14 is really easy to control. Level 3 students (rank according to FFV) will be able to quickly fly with a progression curve that takes place in three stages:
Chapter 1: Navigation without foils
Chapter 2: Flight with two foils
Chapter 3: Powerful Flight with One Foil
Come try it and see for yourself!
New generation dinghy
Roundness and wideness for more security Scow bow to facilitate take-off and landing Drift well acting as a foot wedge Wide and comfortable seating Clean cockpit
Retractable system Aluminum foils for inexpensive maintenance Pivoting drift for greater ease
J side foils in aluminum (GOIOT SYSTEMS) No rake and cant setting Bearing plan