Wooden Ships Comments on this Clinker Rowing Dinghy
Built by the current owner between 2013 and 2015 to a design by Frederick W. Goeller from 1915. Designed as a tender able to be rowed or sailed, the builder increased the freeboard by 2” to make the boat a little drier giving her a more jaunty feel and a bit of extra tumblehome on the transom.
Since completion the boat has only be launched once so is presented in very smart and untouched condition, obviously finished to a very good standard and ready to go.
The boat comes with a rebuilt Seagul 102 long shaft outboard engine and an as new Extreme road trailer so she is ready to go afloat with her new owner.
Length on Deck 12’
Clinker planked in Gaboon mahogany all copper rivet fastened to steam bent oak timbers.
Keel, laminated stem and stern post of iroko with a mahogany transom.
Breast knee and quarter knees made from saw mahogany with laminated inners.
Mahogany inwhale with mahogany rubbing strakes. Bronze fairleads and stem head fitting.
Varnished mahogany thwarts with sawn hanging knees.
Slatted mahogany sole boards.
Solid oak rudder with bronze hangings with a laminated tiller.
Mahogany dagger board case built into the hull in case a future owner wished to fit a rig.
Pair of spoon blade oars made from spruce, mahogany and apple with bronze rowlocks.
Extreme galvanised unbraked bunked road trailer, new in 2015.
Pair of spoon blade oars with bronze rowlocks
Oak rudder and tiller
Slatted sole boards
Anchor and warp
Fenders and mooring warps
Restored Seagul 102 long shaft outboard engine with spare prop spring and tiller extension.
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