Prices & Specification for v6.1 GRP Hull with Hand Crafted Wooden DeckThe ideal model of Dragon for sailors who love to mix modern hull design and construction with traditional woodcraft. The hull, floor grid, floor and some bulkheads are constructed of GRP from our v6 mould.
The complete deck is hand crafted in wood.
A wooden subdeck is laid onto wooden deck beams. a teak deck is laid, with a choice of varnished mahogany or teak covering boards, king plank, traveller, cuddy and coamings.
The customer can chose the layout of the teak and varnished mahogany to create a beautiful “one off” style product, which is fully compliant with class rules and a great option for racing too.
Our Wooden Decked Dragons Can Be Built to Varying Specifications and Options
- Spinnaker chute version – This has the traditional hatch in the bow of the boat through which the spinnaker is launched.
- Cockpit spinnaker launch – The spinnaker is launched by the crew from a bag under the port side of the cuddy. This style of boat would usually have no cleat beam. The no spinnaker chute version was developed primarily for use in Championship style racing where the courses sailed are windward leeward style.
- Traveller beam boat – The cockpit has a full length traveller track running from side to side
- Barney post boat – The cockpit has a centrally mounted console The Barney post option offers more room in the cockpit and was developed for teams sailing with 4 crew, however many crews prefer this style of boat
It is, therefore, possible to combine these options and have a spinnaker chute with Barney post or traveller, or no chute with Barney post or traveller. All boats come with completed IDA measurement form and ISAF fee paid. The fit out, equipment and layout specification is the same as our v6 GRP model
Images of Wooden Decked Boat Under Constuction
Terms of Trading1/3rd deposit with order. 1/3rd when hull and deck are moulded. Balance upon completion.
All prices quoted are ex-works and exclude VAT.
Once a deposit has been accepted, the price will not be altered unless there is a specification change by the client in which case any additional cost will be notified to the client in writing before work proceeds.
Once a boat has been paid for in full, it is the owners responsibility to insure it, even if it is still on our premises.