The boat can be lifted singlehanded and comfortably by two boys, and will travel on the roof of the smallest car”. It was designed to be cut from sheets of plywood without the need for any joins.

The prototype appeared at the 1957 Earls Court boat show and was sold for 15 pounds 10 shillings as a kit, or less if the rowing only version was required. This general purpose pram like dinghy was the precursor of other DIY dinghies such as the Goblin, Cadet, and the Mirror.

Length 7 ft 6.5in

Beam 4 ft

Draft (dagger board down) 1 ft 1.5 in