Wooden Ships Comments
Sailing pram dinghy built in Salcombe, most likely by Coves. Owned by the same family in Salcombe for many years, used for family sailing around the river.
She has been in storage now for many years and is in need of some remedial work to the hull, plus a full strip down and re-varnish. There is evidence of some planking coming away at the hood ends, although it seems most of the steamed timbers are intact.
A lovely little pram dinghy, complete with rig, that would make an excellent winter project for a keen amateur.
Clinker planked in mahogany copper fastened to steam bent oak timbers.
Mahogany fore and aft transoms and mahogany gunwhales.
Mahogany thwarts with sawn hanging knees.
Single rowing position for centre thwart.
Dagger board case in mahogany.
Wooden dagger board and rudder with 2 tillers.
Gunter rig on a keel stepped wooden mast.
Rig is complete with all spars, battened sail and rigging.
Rudder and 2 tillers
Pair of oars
Spars and rigging
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