Wooden Ships Comments on this Landamore Lugsail Dinghy
Clinker sailing dinghy built by E.C. Landamore and Co. Ltd of Wroxham in the late 1950’s.
This yard built 2 sizes of clinker dinghy, 9’6” and 11’6” with some 60 boats being built. Later the company took moulds of the hulls and started making GRP versions.
Lightweight construction using glued clinker plywood. Complete with road trailer, oars and lug rig plus an all over fitted cover. Complete package as a very pretty dinghy, perfect for getting the family afloat with minimal hassle and cost.
Kept in tidy condition and complete with everything needed for use.
Length 9’ 6”
Beam 4’ 5”
- Clinker planked with marine plywood. Glued lands giving a very stiff and lightweight hull. No ribs as the glued construction negates the need for ribs.
- Mahogany transom with wooden quarter knees.
- Wooden gunwhales with a rubber d-section rubbing strake. Bronze fairleads.
- Varnished mahogany thwarts.
- Mahogany centreboard box with a wooden centreboard.
- Single rowing position with stainless steel rowlocks
- Vanished mahogany rudder and tiller
- Built in buoyancy.
- Standing lug rig on an unstayed varnished wooden mast with varnished wooden boom and yard.
- Tan terylene lug mainsail made by Jackells of Wroxham, (who still have the design on record)
- Mainsheet on a 2:1 tackle fastened to the aft end of the centreplate box.
- Road trailer
- Rudder, tiller and centreboard
- Lug mainsail
- Spars and running rigging
- All over fitted cover (new)
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