Drascombe Dabber, The smallest of the range, at 4.72m (15' 6") in length, but still big on performance. The split-rig Dabber offers 118 sq.ft. of sail. Should the wind drop, a small outboard will move her easily, or she can be rowed from two positions. With plenty of stowage space and easy handling the Dabber makes a great little family boat. Drascombe Dabber, Price: £12,150, Date: 10.06.2015, Enquire, Features, Specifications, Downloads, Length Overall 15ft 6in (4.72m), Beam 5ft 10n (1.78m), Draught 8in (0.20m), Draught With C/plate 3ft 0in (.91m), Weight (ex engine) 550lbs (250kg), Sail area, GRP hull & decks. Laid up in polyester resin with gelcoat finishes, reinforced at strategic points with either additional lay-up or core-mat. Hull in white. Decks, aft locker hatch cover & oar stowage cover in light grey. Built in buoyancy of pre-formed two pack polyurethane foam in closed bow compartment, polystyrene blocks in closed side bench areas & under the side benches in the open lockers. All the fitted hull joinery in Iroko finished with Burgess woodsealer. Epoxy treated marine ply cockpit sole boards with non-slip finish. Epoxy/varnished marine ply fixed blade rudder. (Drop plate option available.) Iroko tiller. The hull has an Iroko keel plank, protective brass stemband & hardwood bilge runners. Full suit of Terylene sails & set of spruce spars. All required standing & running rigging. Mastband is stainless steel. Standing rigging is 3mm 1 x 19 SS wire, talurit eye spliced, Galvanised steel centreplate. Stemhead, two mooring cleats, one pair rowlock sockets & pair of aft mooring fairleads in bronze (or stainless steel as an extra cost option). Blocks are by Barton. Other deck fittings are a combination of black nylon or stainless steel. Drain plug in aft locker. She meets RCD regulations for Category D (estuary) for 4 adults. There is a list of options on the price list but other items of equipment or special fit out can be introduced by discussion. CBL reserve the right to modify this specification when required, up until the point that an order is placed.