Built by Coves yard in Salcombe, most likely as a tender to a Salcombe Yawl. These little boats were designed to be safe and sturdy little boats, capable of carrying several people and light enough to haul up the slipway at the end of the day.
This is an immaculate example which had a professional refit and since then has been dry stored. The varnish is in perfect condition and she comes complete with rig, oars and launching trolley.
Pram dinghy designed and built by Edgar Cove of Salcombe as a tender to Salcombe Yawl No.77. Mahogany planking all copper fastened to steam bent oak timbers, three thwarts with two rowing positions. Sound dinghy in need of new varnish.
A beautiful, newly built replica of Morgan Giles 'Pip Emma' which Giles built for his own children in 1916. Sweet Chestnut planking, copper riveted on oak frames. Single leeboard.
Lug rigged with 2 rowing positions. Light enough to go on a car roof rack.
Pram rowing dinghy probably originally built as a tender for a larger boat. Built by Newmans of Poole in the 1960's, mahogany on oak, restored by the present owner and comes with a pair of oars and a sculling blade.
This clinker built pram dinghy is reputed to have been built on the Clyde in the 1940’s. Single thwart and stern seat. Flat bow, transom stern. She has had some restoration by a local craftsman and is ready to be used. Complete with oars and rowlocks.