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4 Weeks Ago 05:47 PM
MedSailor
Re: What is the smallest dinghy with a cabin?

Yes. I've owned one for years. I've been pleasantly surprised at its sailing and rowing abilities. I own the canopy but have never unboxed it. I keep threatening to go "pudgy camping" but haven't yet.

Med
4 Weeks Ago 12:32 PM
asdf38
Re: What is the smallest dinghy with a cabin?

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Portland Pudgy. The "cuddy" is inflatable. :') 8' long. I win!

Has anyone used one of those?

Sailing rig and inflatable cuddy aside, I recall seeing one at a dock in Maine. Looks like a pretty unique rugged little tender actually.

Hollow foam filled (under the floor anyway) self bailing hull.
4 Weeks Ago 10:39 PM
Capt Len
Re: What is the smallest dinghy with a cabin?

Don't worry about the score. I thought I'd made a mistake last year but it turned out I was wrong.
4 Weeks Ago 12:26 PM
OPossumTX
Re: What is the smallest dinghy with a cabin?

Puddleduck racers have been built with cabins.
Puddle Duck Racer - Easiest Sailboat to Build and Race

http://www.pdracer.com/hull-config/cabin/
10-22-2014 02:25 AM
newhaul
Re: What is the smallest dinghy with a cabin?

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wow. you're in mistake debt.
Tell me about it but there is a way to t back in the black no mistakes till 2016 easy I just won't do anything till then. Ain't retirement great
10-21-2014 09:34 PM
captain jack
Re: What is the smallest dinghy with a cabin?

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Calendar year and that was my mistake for 2015 used this years early last summer.
wow. you're in mistake debt.
10-21-2014 07:55 PM
newhaul
Re: What is the smallest dinghy with a cabin?

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is that the calender year or is it a year between mistakes? if it's the calender year, you don't have long to be careful.
Calendar year and that was my mistake for 2015 used this years early last summer.
10-21-2014 07:35 PM
captain jack
Re: What is the smallest dinghy with a cabin?

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Missed that one well shows everyone makes one mistake a year now I will have to really be careful I've used mine for next year early
is that the calender year or is it a year between mistakes? if it's the calender year, you don't have long to be careful.
10-21-2014 11:27 AM
newhaul
Re: What is the smallest dinghy with a cabin?

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sailboat data has their numbers backwards. it's an 18' boat that is 10.7' on the waterline. it would be an unusual boat that could have a waterline length greater than it's overall length. go back to the site and read under "notes". it says,"Early (1973) IOR 1/4 ton racer. (18')"
Missed that one well shows everyone makes one mistake a year now I will have to really be careful I've used mine for next year early
10-21-2014 01:30 AM
captain jack
Re: What is the smallest dinghy with a cabin?

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The smallest production boat I know of is the four 13000 at 10.7 ft and has two full quarterberth bunks even has a galley sink DUFOUR 13000 sailboat specifications and details on sailboatdata.com
sailboat data has their numbers backwards. it's an 18' boat that is 10.7' on the waterline. it would be an unusual boat that could have a waterline length greater than it's overall length. go back to the site and read under "notes". it says,"Early (1973) IOR 1/4 ton racer. (18')"
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