wooden ships comments on this rowing boat
Built by E Clandamore in Wroxham, Norfolk for the vendor’s father around 1965.
Clinker planked ¼” marine ply with glued lands. The all-glued construction allows for a lighter boat with no internal framing.
All varnished inside and out, red anti-fouling, painted bilge.
Centre thwart with double knees each end gives rigidity to the hull and strength to the turn of the bilge midships.
Forward thwart and aft thwart.
2 rowing positions
A beamy little boat, great load carrier. Wide transom with good buoyancy aft so will accept an outboard engine. Ready to throw in the water but a new owner would probably want to revarnish her while she is dry.