Sailing yachts

Ian Oughtred Tammie Norrie

(REF: 18486)


  • Designer: Oughtred, Ian
  • Year: 2012
  • Location: Cornwall
  • Length on deck: 13'6"
  • Beam: 4'6"

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Wooden Ships Comments on this Ian Oughtred Tammie Norrie

The Tammie Norrie is another highly successful design from Ian Oughtred with exceptionally pretty lines.  Built by the owner and launched in 2012, this is one 9 boats built by him and is finished to a very high standard.

The Tammie Norrie was designed to have reasonable performance under sail and oar, she can be rowed easily by one or two people and slips along very nicely, while she is comfortable carrying 4 people when sailing.  The hull is of moderate beam with good load carrying capacity, making her perfect for the sailing family wanting an attractive yet fun boat to enjoy in safety and comfort.

The glued plywood hull makes her very light and strong plus she will not dry out during periods ashore.  She comes with a galvanise road trailer with piggy back launching trolley and an all over cover so she is ready to go sailing this summer.


Length                         13’6″

Length Overall            17′

Beam                           4’6″

Sail area                      74sqft




Clinker planked in 8mm marine plywood all epoxy edge glued.  Bronze screw fastened hood ends.

Sapele has been used for the keel, gunwhales, transom and floors.  Extra knee on the transom to support weight of an outboard.

Varnished Douglas Fir thwarts and sole boards.

2 rowing positions with a pair of varnished oars with leather collars.

Wooden rudder with hinged varnished blade, all made from Sapele.  Sapele centreboard operated with a small block and tackle.

Topsides finished in blue yacht gloss, varnish work finished in International with Deks Olje on the spars.




Lug yawl rig on keel stepped unstayed Douglas Fir mast and spars.

Two main mast positions so the lug main can be used with or without the mizzen

Small bermudan mizzen sheeted to a bumpkin with the Douglas Fir mast mounted against the transom.

Hempex traditional looking running rigging with belay pins to make off halyards

Nice leather work on the spars.

Both sails in lovely condition by Kemp Sails




Pair of leather oars

2 pairs of rowlocks

4 buoyancy bags

Mainsail and mizzen

All running rigging

Rudder and tiller

Galvanised trailer with launching trolley

All over cover





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