This straight line hull appears to be bread and butter pine construction with a separate oak deck. There is a keel stub with full length lead ballast and an original false rudder.
The original deck fittings are still present.
Although it was most probably home made the style suggests that it was built around the end of the 19th century beginning of the 20th.
The hull weighs 2.7 kilos which suggests a large rig with perhaps a gaff mainsail. Certainly she would have a had a large bowsprit giving a length overall of around 36/37 inches. With 2 or 3 headsails and perhaps a topsail she would been quite an imposing yacht.
Well worth restoring.
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Large Straight Line hull to restore -Sold
Length: 79cm (31") Beam: 15cm (6")