Doralind

Doralind was designed by Norman Dallimore and built by Stebbings in 1949. She is 22′ LOA with a beam of 7′. She’s built of larch on oak and is stepped down at the tabernacle unlike three other Dallimore boats built by Stebbings a few years later (Roach, Souris and Branklet), which have a flush deck all the way to the bow. Doralind also has a deeper draught, at 4’6″.

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