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Iain Oughtred Fulmar Sailing Dinghy

(REF: 30486)

£6000

  • Designer: Iain Oughtred
  • Year: 2000
  • Location: Suffolk
  • Length on deck: 16'8"
  • Beam: 5'10"
  • Tonnage: 150kg

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Iain Oughtred Fulmar sailing dinghy professionally built in New Zealand in 2000.

The largest and most capable of Oughtreds planning dinghies, her generous beam and wide flat stern enable her to plan in the right wind conditions making her a fast boat but also stable and safe.

The Fulmar is a sturdy and capable boat, perfect for the dinghy cruising enthusiast with her good freboard and generous beam making the design very Weatherly and capable.

Built with slight variations to the design, including the sunken foredeck which is a clever tweak, allowing someone to move to the bow more safely than if the deck was at gunwhale height.

Bought by the present owner in 2020 and given a gentle refit including a complete new paint system of Epifanes 2 pack epoxy glass for a low maintenance hull.  All bright work newly finished in Deks Olje D1 and D2.

Standing rigging replaced with Dyneema and running rigging replaced.

Complete package ready to go with an excellent trailer and new all over cover.  This is a boat that will allow her owner to enjoy the summer weather in the purest and simplest way.

Torqeedo electric outboard motor with all accessories available by separate negotiation.

Length                        16’8”

Beam               5’10”

Weight                        Approx 150kg

Sail area          160sqft

Construction

  • Clinker planked hull built from marine plywood using West system epoxy.  Hull is finished with Epifanes 2 pack epoxy gloss paint for a low maintenance hard finish.
  • Plywood bulkheads epoxy bonded into the hull.
  • Laminated stem.
  • Varnished mahogany rubbing strakes and kauri inwhales.
  • Bronze cleats, fairleads and stem head  fitting.
  • Sunken foredeck in marine plywood creates a large water tight buoyancy chamber in the bows.  Another buoyancy tank under the aft thwart.  Fitted access hatches allow buoyancy chambers to be used for dry storage.
  • NZ yellow pine thwarts and supporting knees all finished in varnish.
  • Transom hung drop plate rudder on stainless hangings.
  • Centreplate raised and lowered on a tackle.
  • New douglas fir sole boards.
  • Internal trimming ballast of 2 x 12kg lead blocks secure in the bilges.

Rig

  • High aspect gaff sloop rig on varnished NZ yellow pine spars finished with Deks Olje D1 and D2.
  • Hollow mast.  Boom has integrated luff tension and reefing lines.
  • 4mm dyneema standing rigging to external bronze chain plates with lanyards to tension.  Rigging new in 2020.
  • Jib on a roller furling system to the stem head.
  • Mainsail laces to the mast and has a single reefing point.
  • All recent running rigging and rig fittings.

Equipment

  • Galvanised road trailer – new wheels plus a spare
  • All over cover in grey ‘weathermax’ material
  • 7kg stainless steel Delta anchor
  • 2 x grapnel anchors
  • 30m x 10mm lead lines anchor warp with carry bag
  • Lahna Seagrade 10’ oars
  • Pair of bronze rowlocks
  • Lahna paddle
  • Boat hook
  • Ensign and staff
  • Mainsail
  • Headsail
  • Headsail furling system
  • Steering compass
  • Holder for ipad to use for navigation
  • Wooden travel chocks to secure rig and oars in the boat while travelling
  • Mooring warps
  • Fenders

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