Small craft

Robertsons of Woodbridge Rowing Dinghy

(REF: 27872)


  • Designer: Traditional
  • Builder: Robertsons of Woodbridge
  • Year: 1968
  • Location: Suffolk
  • Length on deck: 10'
  • Beam: 4'1"

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Wooden Ships Comments on this Robertsons of Woodbridge Rowing Dinghy

10’ rowing dinghy built by Robertsons of Woodbridge in 1968 for the London Boatshow.

In present ownership for 50 years, she has only ever had 2 owners.

Professional refit 7 years ago, used regularly up until 2021 since which time she has not been in the water.

A stable boat that rows nicely, reasonably full in the bows giving her good buoyancy but fine in the aft sections making her slip nicely through the water.


Length                  10’

Beam                    4’1”


  • Clinker planked in spruce, except for the garboards and top 3 planks which are mahogany.
  • All copper rivet fastened to steam bent oak timbers.
  • Oak stem and keel with a mahogany transom.
  • Varnished mahogany thwarts with mahogany hanging knees.
  • Vanished internally and painted externally with a rope fender all round.
  • Varnished mahogany slatted sole boards.


  • Pair of spoon blade oars made by Cox’s of Oxford
  • 2 pairs of galvanised rowlocks
  • Galvanised road trailer
  • Launching trolley
  • Varnished mahogany slatted sole boards
  • All over cover

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