Designed by the famous Uffa Fox and produced in the 1950’s and 1960’s. Built by Fairey Marine on the Isle of Wight, more famous for their high speed power boats, they employed the same construction method which resulted in a relatively lightweight and very strong wooden hull, free of internal frames, making them ideal as yacht tenders or sailing dinghies.
A very nice example of the Fairey Marine built Fairey Duckling centreboard sailing dinghy. Strong hot-moulded construction in varnished Agba laminated veneers. Gunter rig, 2 suits of sails, boat cover and road/launching trolley.
9' rowing dinghy designed by John Bain of Siver's yard and built by them in 1953. She has been professionally restored, varnished mahogany on oak, clinker planked. Spoon blade pair of oars. Bronze rowlocks.
Road trailer included.
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.