7'2" Auklette Yacht Tender-Ian Oughtred Design

by Bob Hayward
(Waterville, Ohio)

This classy dinghy was recently built and will make a nice yacht tender for the discerning yachtsman.

The lapstrake hull is Okoume marine ply and the thwarts, gunwales and backbone are ash and sassafras.

The transom and knees are mahogany.

West System epoxy is used throughout.

All fittings are silicon bronze.

A set of handcrafted oars is included.

The boat weighs 68 pounds. LOA 84". Beam 51".

Please email me at rhaywar@bex.com for additional photos and information. $2,750.00.

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