An open water rowing skiff which has competed in 3 Great River races and numerous coastal rowing events. Built by David Winspear, a well known boat builder for these type of boats, she has 3 fixed rowing positions plus a cox's seat and a removeable passenger seat. Clinker planked in larch on steamed oak timbers, she comes with a 2016 road trailer and 3 pairs of carbon fibre sculls. She is in excellent condition and ready for the season.
Tammie Norrie class sailing dinghy launched in 2012. Epoxy glued plywood hull with varnished Sapele trim. Very pretty dinghy in nice condition, 2 rowing positions and can be sailed with 4 people aboard. Complete with a road trailer and piggy back launching trolley. Very nice boat, great for family sailing and absolutely ready to go
A traditional gunter rigged dinghy which was originally fitted with a Stuart Turner inboard. The present owner has carried out a lot of work including a new mast and many new ribs. She comes with a complete rig, all over cover and a custom road trailer.
The Aber was designed by Francois Vivier and inspired by the traditional French fishing boats of Brittany. This boat has been built by a Devon based boat builder to a very high standard in strip plank Western Red Cedar. The Aber is a fine little sailing dinghy, easily handled and light weight that will turn heads wherever she goes. Complete with a full cover, road trailer and launching trolley
Ian Oughtred Shearwater sailing dinghy, recently built and sitting on a new road trailer with all new sails and ready to go. Fast planing dinghy with attractive lines and a good reputation, built using epoxy glued marine plywood for a lightweight and rigid hull. Nicely finished with varnished Sapele and Douglas Fir fittings. Capable and fast dinghy in as new condition at a very sensible price.
Traditional varnished clinker launch with inboard Stuart Turner Petrol engine. An exceptionally pretty pre-war boat, fully restored with a rebuilt Stuart engine. Built in Dartmouth before WWII as a hire boat on the river, engine fitted in the 1950's. Rebuilt by previous owner, in lovely condition and ready to use. A real little gem to be cherished and enjoyed. Engine recently overhauled and in fine working condition.
Acorn 12 rowing dinghy built to a very good standard in 2012. Epoxy edge glued clinker hull wit solid mahogany trim. Single rowing position but it would be very simple to add another set of rowlocks for the forward thwart. Comes with a pair of spoon blade oars, all over cover and combination road trailer/launching trolley. A complete package in nearly as new condition, ready to go.
Believed to be a Solway Class sailing dinghy built around 1900 on Lake Windermere. Almost entirely built of spruce including planking, thwarts and transom making her light and nimble. In the same family ownership for many years, her well documented history details many wins in the dinghy racing events on the lake. Structurally appears to be in quite good condition but needs to be totally stripped to bare wood. Gunter rig complete but sails and rigging will need replacing.
Ian Oughtred Sooty Tern rowing skiff built from an Alec Jordan kit. The Sooty Tern is a slightly stretched version of the Arctic Tern design, a sailing beach boat with a large following. This particular boat was built for rowing and has no rig, the owner lives near the Thames and wanted a light weight but capable rowing skiff, able to carry 3 rowers as well as kit and crew.