Your dinghy is your water-taxi. Without them we can't go ashore.
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A multipurpose nesting dinghy for amateur construction design by Danny Greene. Quite popular with many cruisers.
- Building 'Gecko'
Terry of yacht Valhalla building his Danny Greene Chameleon dinghy in the Philippines.
- WoodenWidget Origami
Origami is a small, easy to build and inexpensive folding dinghy that folds up and packed away in just a couple of minutes. Even stowing is easy -just lay it on a bunk down
below or lash it to the rails on deck.
- Sailing the SeaHopper Folding Dinghy
The Kontender, 10' long with a 5' beam (3 x 1.5m), looks rather like a Mirror dinghy, except that it arrives in a flat package similar in size to a surfboard. It's a folding dinghy which is also a good sailing boat. SeaHopper.
Also check out
Paul Douglas's web site for some great pictures of the Kontender
- Build Your Own Folding Dinghy
The Micro Folding Dinghy is based on one of Matt Layden's early folding dinghies design using 3 pieces of 1/4" exterior grade fir plywood- two side pieces and one bottom piece. The ends (bow and stern) of our boat are white vinyl.
A nice nestting dinghy for rowing designed by Dave Gerr. Reviewed
by Chuck Paine.
How to scull your dinghy with a home-made yuloh.
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