Iain Oughtred of Findhorn, Scotland, designed this 10' dinghy that Larry Dow built over the winter of 2002. After 200 hours of construction, he launched her in Eliot, Maine, in July 2002. He used 6mm marine plywood with a laminated fir stem and mahogany trim.
Dick Harrington built this Iain Oughtred-designed Acorn skiff for Dave Clarke. Her overall length is 8' and she can be rowed or sailed. The skiff was built of okoume plywood. Dave uses her as a tender for his 40' schooner, WINFIELD LASH, that appeared on the cover of WoodenBoat 166 (May/June 2002).
Ron Breault built this boat to use as a tender to MARIONETTE, hence the name ’TEER. Though he launched her “in the last century” his enthusiasm for ’TEER has not waned and he showed her at the 2009 WoodenBoat Show, where she looked just gorgeous. The 1/4″ lapped strakes are okoume plywood, edge beveled and epoxy glued. Sporting Shaw & Tenney oars with sewn leathers, she has mahogany transoms, seats, floorboards and rail trim. Oak inserts and carrying handles are built into the rail.