Plywood with fiberglass enforced bottom, 71/2 ish feet. It was a wonderful runabout for me as a liveaboard this year. I bought it from a native fellow who hand-makes row boats and he did an excellent job on its construction. It is very rigid and well balanced
Unfortunately, not everyone in this world can live in peace and my beloved dinghy (Lee) had holes purposefully put in the bottom. Heartbreaking! But I really don't want her chopped up for firewood. I got a new runabout and no time or space to fix up Lee. I'd love to see her go to someone who will fix her up and use her or fix her up and find her a good home.
There are two rough punctures on the bottom of the dinghy, which can easily be fiberglass Ed over with some time and a few bucks. The seat was also broken in half, however it has a temporary repair.
50 bucks OBO, she is in Lillian hoffar park at the dinghy beach and I'd like to have her gone before the weather gets too rough. You'd need your own vehicle and a pair of good hands to help you get it to the parking lot.
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