Wooden Ships Comments on this 15′ Dartmouth Launch
Built by the Wootton Bridge Boatbuilders Ltd in 2005 to a design known as the Dartmouth Launch. She was used a handful of times before being laid up ashore in a dry barn and has not been used for a number of years and is in immaculate condition. The engine has only done 65 hours from new and is in perfect order.
This is a very nice size of launch, easy to handle and launch with one person but big enough to carry a group of people in safety. Her elegant sheer means the bows are relatively high and throw the seas away in a bit of chop.
This is a virtually new boat in superb condition and is absolutely ready to go.
Clinker planked in 7/16″ Brazilian mahogany all copper rivet fastened to steamed oak timbers.
Iroko back bone with Utile for the floors.
Hull finished in Epifanes varnish inside and out.
Foredeck made of straight laid teak over a plywood sub deck.
Varnished mahogany coamings all round the cockpit.
Varnished mahogany capping rail and rubbing strakes with a heavy rope fender all round and rope bow fender.
Bronze deck fittings including fairleads and ensign staff holder.
Heavy sampson posts in the aft corners of the cockpit and one on the foredeck.
Beta Marine 10hp fresh water cooled diesel fitted new in 2005. Only 65 hours total running time.
Stainless shaft with single lever Morse controls to fixed 3 blade bronze propeller. Conventional stern gland with packing and a greaser.
15 litre stainless steel fuel tank under the foredeck with flexible fuel hose and fuel filter.
2 x 12 volt batteries under the aft thwart. Batteries new May 2018.
Helm console in the centre of the boat with engine and steering controls.
Transom hung rudder with hydraulic steering to the steering wheel.
Galvanised road trailer
Anchor and warp
aLl round white nav light
All over boat cover
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