Cold moulded sailing and rowing dinghy built to the lines of a 1970's big yacht tender. Cold moulded kaya mahogany, west epoxied and 2 pack varnished makes her very lightweight and strong. Fitted with normal rowing position plus she has carbon fibre outriggers and sliding seat converting her to a proper rowing skiff. Sailing rig on a veneered carbon fibre mast. Attractive and practical sailing dinghy, suitable as a yacht tender or simply for weekend enjoyment.
Designed by the Selway Fisher company, she was built for a Dutch client in 1998. Hull constructed of epoxy glued plywood, stitched and taped with sheathed plywood deck structure. 2 mast gunter rig, built in buoyancy and comfortable seating for 6. complete with a trailer and 9.9hp Yamaha outboard, she also has a boom tent and can be used for camping. Very stable with good performance, a cracking lightweight boat for exploring rivers and coasts.
Traditional sailing dinghy designed as a racing class at Bantham on the River Avon, South Devon. Very pretty and fun sailing dinghy with an active fleet still racing. Launched in 2013, in as new condition with very good sails, all over cover and excellent road trailer. Ill health forces sale hence the very attractive price.
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
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
The Salcombe yawl is the classic local sailing dinghy, a One Design evolved in that port only and now fiercely competed by the 2-man crews many from far away from Salcombe.
This is one of the rare boats built with an engine, now removed and the yawl has been nicely restored.
She is now once again ready to race with the fleet.
Built by the Falmouth Marine School under professional supervision, she is based on the traditional Sennen Cove Lugger and was one of a number of boats built by the college. Larch on oak hull, long keel, 2 masted with dipping lug on the mainsail and standing lug on the mizzen. Inboard Beta diesel, two rowing positions. A solidly built stable boat but light enough to be towed. Ideal for exploring estuaries or inshore sailing in summer.
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.
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.