The Tammie Norrie is in our opinion one of Oughtreds best designs, easily rowed, capable of carrying a decent load and beautiful to handle under sail. This one was built by the owner to a good standard and has been lightly used on the Cumbrian lakes. Recently re-varnished and ready to go, she is on a galvanised road trailer with a piggy back launching trolley all in good condition. Great little package to get afloat this summer without breaking the bank.
A very interesting motor launch, built on the Thames but spent most of her life working as a passenger launch on the River Dart. Laid up in her current barn for over 40 years, she is in remarkably good condition and a very rare find indeed. Complete apart from the engine and engine box, she will make a very beautiful and eye catching motor launch once refitted.
Purbrook 10 clinker sailing dinghy built in Christchurch in 1946. Tidy dinghy with a gunter rig, varnished inside and out. Complete with rig, oars and launching trolley. Road trailer included if desired by the buyer.
Believed to have been built by Camper and Nicholson, major refit in 2014 and used very little since then. Carvel mahogany hull on very light steamed oak timbers, lovely build quality with charm and patina that can only gained with time. Rebuilt Stuart Turner twin cylinder petrol engine. Comes with a very good road trailer, ready to tow away. Lots of original features and fittings including all chromed bronze deck gear. An exquisite boat in lovely condition, a very handy size for messing about on the river.
15' Ian Oughtred Acorn rowing skiff, built by a very skilled amateur in 1998 and used very little since then. Complete with 2 pairs of oars, cover and road trailer, she is a complete package ready to be towed away and used this summer. Built from Robins Elite marine plywood glued with epoxy, all varnished mahogany fit out including stem and keel, gunnels, thwarts and transom. A nice example in lovely condition, a superb way to get afloat this summer.
An interesting 15' clinker sailing dinghy, built in 1947. Refitted by present owner in the 1990's with all new steamed timbers fitted. Appears to be in good solid condition, complete with an excellent road trailer, boat cover and gunter rig with nice Jeckells sails. An exciting boat to sail, a complete package ready to get the family out on the water.
A pretty clinker sailing dinghy, planked in Pitch Pine on oak frames. Professionally refitted in 2018, looking smart and ready for the summer. Simple rig with a bermudan mainsail and no jib, hull varnished inside and out. On a road trailer with new wheels and bearings.
Mallard sailing dinghy built at the Lyme Regis Boatbuilding school in 2012 . Only used a handful of times since first launched she is in very tidy condition and ready for the summer. Built from epoxy glued marine plywood with hardwood thwarts and trim. Varnished inside and out. Gunter rig with mainsail and jib. On a galvanised road trailer and ready to be towed away
Laurent Giles Columbia Class sloop designed by Laurent Giles as an affordable, capable and easily handled cruising boat. She is a mini blue water cruising yacht and far more capable then her dimensions suggest.
A nice example of Ian Oughtreds Acorn 15' rowing skiff, an elegant and easily rowed skiff built using a strong yet lightweight epoxy plywood method of construction. The 15' version has a lot more capacity than the standard 12', able to be rowed by 2 people with a passenger and space for gear, including dry storage in the water tight compartments fore and aft. She is also easily rowed by just 1 person if desired.