Small craft

Stones Pram Dinghy

(REF: 22670)


  • Designer: Traditional
  • Builder: Jim Stone, Portlemouth
  • Year: 1960's
  • Location: London
  • Length on deck: 9'6"
  • Beam: 4'7"

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Wooden Ships Comments on this Stones Pram Dinghy

Clinker pram dinghy built by Jim Stone of Portlemouth, Salcombe in the 1960’s.

An early example of using plywood with glued lands to create a rigid yet light weight boat without the need for steamed timbers.  The glued lands mean she does not suffer from drying out and subsequent leaking which can be a big attraction.

Varnished inside and out, the boat is in lovely condition and complete with oars and rig.

A good stable load carrying dinghy, perfect for messing about on the water or as a tender to a larger yacht.

Length                  9’6”

Beam                    4’7”


Clinker planked in marine plywood with glued lands.  The lands are also copper rivet fastened but there are no ribs.

Mahogany transom fore and aft with mahogany knees.

Mahogany gunwhale with a white rubber D-section rubbing strake

Mahogany thwarts

Mahogany dagger board and rudder, rudder has a lifting blade.


Simple bermudan sloop rig with a keel stepped solid wooden varnished mast and boom

Stainless steel standing rigging with lanyards made up to eyes on the gunwhale

Red terylene sails, mainsail and jib


Rudder, tiller and dagger board



Mast and boom

Standing and running rigging

Pair of oars and rowlocks

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