wooden tender/sailing dinghy

Phoenix of Hamble

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We've decided its a bit too tippy to be used as our main tender, and we don't have room to carry it, and an inflatable, so its for sale....

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Finished off June last year from Plywood, and ready to go.... its an 8' Skylark

Its not perfect, the odd scratch here and there, and perhaps needs very light touching up after a winter uncovered.... will need a clean, but perfectly useable.... bit of fun for the kids maybe?

Has everything neccessary to sail including rig and neccessary ropework.... has rowlocks, but but no oars included

£150.

Collect from Orwell area now or Sth Lincs in a few weeks time if thats easier
 

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FWIW, I carried my mini sailing tender by tying it on top of the inflatable & towing the two together (twin painters adjusted to share the load). It gave the (teenage) kids the freedom to take one boat while SWMBO & I had another if we wanted to go ashore for a while. It also meant I could sail while rest of crew explored ashore.

Not suitable for serious passage making, but fine for family holidays.
 
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