Sailing yachts

Ian Oughtred Puffin dinghy

(REF: 18468)


  • Designer: Oughtred, Ian
  • Year: 2003
  • Location: Hants
  • Length on deck: 10'3"
  • Beam: 4'

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Wooden Ships Comments on this Ian Oughtred Puffin dinghy

Puffin dinghy designed by Ian Oughtred as light easy to use sailing and rowing dinghy.

This example was built by a joiner in 2003 for himself and was finished to a very high standard.  Since then she has been used approximately 7 times and has been dry stored the whole time so is in superb condition.

These dinghies are very light due to their plywood construction and so are incredibly easy to handle, launch and sail.

She comes with a complete inventory including a cover and trailer so is ready to be towed away and taken sailing.

Length Overall                   10’3″

Beam                                    4′


 Ian Oughtred Puffin dinghy


Clinker planked in marine plywood, all edge glued with epoxy and fastened with bronze nails in the hood ends.

Solid mahogany transom and Iroko rubbing strakes.

Solid wooden keel and stem with a brass keel band along the bottom.

Plywood dagger board case.

Solid Elm thwarts with sawn hardwood knees for support.  Mast support built into forward thwart.

Solid Elm slatted sole boards.

Transom hung rudder with drop down rudder blade.



Simple lug rig on an unstayed pole mast.

Varnished wooden mast and yard.

Loose footed sail which sheets to a rope horse across the transom.

Red terylene sail in good condition made by Putt of London



Road trailer



Dagger board


Sole boards

Pair of oars and rowlocks

Fitted canvas cover





These particulars have been prepared in good faith from information provided by the Vendors and are intended as a guide, Wooden Ships cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. The Purchaser should instruct his agent or surveyor to validate all details as necessary and satisfy himself with the condition of the vessel and its equipment.