19 ft 3 in
4 ft 0 in
The Arran Curragh is generally less well built and with a coarser line that its cousins from further south, but nevertheless, it is a thoroughly seaworthy boat. Propulsion: It has the characteristic blade-less oar and can be sailed downwind but, without lee-boards would have insufficient lateral resistance to allow to go to windward.
The boat was built for Dr Tony Fairrie who presented it to the Museum
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