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The dinghy is 15 1/2 foot with a proctor mast.

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wierd. what it isn't is any of the american Scow classes, as they pretty much all have bilgboards and twin rudders, not a single centreboard/centre rudder.
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My first thoughts was an M-Scow but its a long way from home if it is.
Could it be a Norfolk Punt? Most of them are much longer but I believe there were some built around 16 feet.

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Ooo, I find that strangely attractive.. Even though it is made of wood, clean that up and it would be a cert for next years concours prize, surely..

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Its got me... sort of like a giant British Moth with that V stern.
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Thanks for all the replys guys, here's another angle to keep you all guessing
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Could be one of these

Sonatina

Home build class from Canada







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That looks a very good possibility!
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