Sailing yachts

McNulty gaff sloop dinghy

(REF: 18463)


  • Designer: McNulty
  • Builder: McNulty Boats
  • Location: Cornwall
  • Length on deck: 12'

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Wooden Ships Comments on this McNulty gaff sloop dinghy

McNulty gaff sloop dinghy built by McNulty Boats of South Shields.  She has recently had a thorough refit in Cornwall and is now in very lovely condition, afloat for the summer and ready to sail.  These delightful little dinghies are very sought after and highly regarded for their design and build quality

In the 2016 refit she had some new steamed ribs, a new thwart and 2 new knees as well as a thorough paint and varnish job.

She comes with a road trailer so can be towed away as a complete package.

Length on deck                 12′

 McNulty gaff sloop dinghy


Clinker planked in mahogany on steamed oak timbers, all copper fastened.

White painted hull with varnished mahogany sheer strake and rubbing strake.  Antifouled underwater.

Mahogany centreplate box with a galvanised steel plate operated with a single block and tackle.

Varnished mahogany thwarts with sawn oak knees, midships seat and seating around the aft end and the sides.

Painted slatted sole boards.



Gaff sloop rig on varnished wooden spars.

Stainless standing rigging with a single shroud each side and a forestay, made up with lanyards to external bronze chain plates.

Small bowsprit to take the jib and forestay.

Mainsail and jib in tan terylene



Ruder and tiller


Mast, boom and gaff

Mainsail and jib

Running and standing rigging

Inflatable buoyancy bags

Pair of rowlocks

Mooring lines

Galvanised road trailer.





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.