Small craft

12′ Harry Sealey rowing dinghy

(REF: 18428)


  • Designer: Traditional
  • Builder: Harry Sealey, Teignmouth
  • Year: 1949
  • Location: Devon
  • Length on deck: 12'

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Wooden Ships Comments on this 12′ Harry Sealey rowing dinghy

A very pretty 12′ clinker rowing dinghy built by Harry Sealey of Teignmouth in 1949.  Sealey was involved with the Morgan Giles yard and was a prolific builder of dinghies and small boats used in the local area.  There is a detailed history of the dinghy including records of her build and she was owned for many years by Sealey’s daughter.

Very pretty lines with a nice sheer line and a fine entry forward.  She has two rowing positions and rows extremely well.

12′ Clinker rowing dinghy


Clinker planked in Elm all copper fastened to steam bent oak timbers.

Varnished mahogany gunnels with two rowing positions.  Varnished mahogany thwarts with grown oak hanging knees.  More recent slatted thwarts running fore and aft at the aft end.  Thwart in the stern sheets with a back rest for the cox.

Varnished top sides with white gloss underwater sections both inside and out.  Painted slatted sole boards.

Stretchers for both rowing positions to support the feet.





 Pair of oars

Pair of rowlocks

Sculling oar


Road trailer

Spare wheel

Fitted light board

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