Sailing yachts

Sailing Pram Dinghy

(REF: 21755)


  • Designer: Traditional
  • Builder: Stones of Salcombe
  • Year: 1960
  • Location: Devon
  • Length on deck: 9'6"
  • Beam: 4'3"

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Wooden Ships Comments on this Sailing Pram Dinghy

Clinker pram dinghy built by Stones of Salcombe circa 1960.  Traditionally built as a tender, capable of carrying a significant load.  2 rowing positions.

Fitted with a rig for simple fun sailing.

The dinghy is light enough to be launched and recovered by one person but capable of taking the family out on the water.  Recently launched after a period ashore with very few leaks, she is clean tidy and ready to go.

Length                                  9’6”

Beam                                    4’3”




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

Mahogany fore and aft transoms.

Oak quarter knees.  White D-section rubber rubbing strake all round.

2 rowing positions with varnished mahogany thwarts

Varnished mahogany centreboard case with a plywood dagger board.

Trnasom hung udder with bronze hangings.  Drop plate rudder with varnished mahogany stock.




Gunter rig on a keel stepped varnished pine mast.  Varnished pine boom and gunter yard.

Stainless steel standing rigging tensioned with lanyards.

White terylene mainsail.

Mainsheet to a rope horse across the transom.




Mast and spars


Running and standing rigging

Rudder, tiller and dagger board

Pair of oars and rowlocks

Sole boards




Full details available upon request





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.