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Loa: 2.23m (7’ - 4”)
Beam: 1.19m (3’ - 11”)
Draft: 0.115m (0’ - 4.5”)
Dry Weight:18kg (40lb)
The "PEVENSEY 2.2" takes the place of the older Pevensey 7. It is 7' - 4" long x 3' - 11" wide (maximum) and approximately 40lb (18kg) dry weight. A lightweight tough little boat with 6mm bottom and 4mm sides or 6mm all round for a tougher though a little heavier boat for heavy duty jobs. She will take a small outboard motor (2hp) but performs well with electric and is easy to row with a skeg fitted. She is most at home on sheltered waters (Category “D”) and has found her main use as a tender to a larger, inland waterways craft. It has also been used for lake fishing. This boat is light enough to be carried by one person and is easily transported on a roof rack on an average family car.


 Kit contents

Full Kit Contents - All hull panels CNC cut with stitch holes drilled including centre frame, transom and wooden trim.  Epoxy pack with resin, hardener, dispenser pumps, fillet additive, cable ties, fibreglass tape, gloves, mixing sticks and pots. Everything needed to build the hull ready for preparation for paint and varnish.

Plywood Only Pack contents -
 All hull panels CNC cut with stitch holes drilled includingcentre frame and transom.


Packs are delivered as two or more packages.


This dinghy will take up to a 30lb thrust electric outboard with the battery box under the centre thwart. These lightweight dinghies are easily driven and do not require a lot of power to drive them. A 1hp petrol outboard is the maximum power size engine for this dinghy weighing between 9 and 12kg.

Fitting engines to small, lightweight dinghies does require, if solo, sitting further forward. With crew etc. weight will need to distributed.




Shipping to UK Only

Kit prices include delivery to UK Mainland Only -

Highlands & Islands and N.I. have a courier surcharge of at least £48 added.Please contact us for these areas or if you need any further information.​

Sorry, we cannot deliver outside UK.

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