Small craft

Sailing Pram Dinghy

(REF: 27096)


  • Designer: Traditional
  • Location: Devon
  • Length on deck: 8'
  • Beam: 4'1"

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Wooden Ships Comments on this Sailing Pram Dinghy

Clinker sailing pram dinghy of unknown origin, professionally rebuilt in Salcombe and used only lightly since.

Complete with oars, rig and launching trolley, an ideal boat for the kids to learn to sail in or as a tender to a larger yacht.


Length                  8’

Beam                    4’1”


Clinker planked in mahogany all copper rivet fastened to steam bent oak timbers.

Varnished mahogany sheer strake with a teak rubbing strake and oak inwhales.

Mahogany fore and aft transoms with sawn mahogany quarter knees.

Varnished mahogany thwarts with sawn hanging knees.

Painted slatted sole boards.

Galvanised centreplate in a wooden centreplate casing.


Gunter rig on a varnished wooden mast with varnished wooden boom and gunter yard.

Mast is keel stepped and supported by 2 shrouds and a forestay.

Tan terylene mainsail from Westaway Sails.


Galvanised launching trolley

Pair of oars and 2 pairs of galvanised rowlocks

Mainsail and spars

Rudder, tiller and centreplate

Slatted sole boards

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