Penguin is number 58 in the Fowey River Dinghy Class, and was built by Marcus Lewis for a local customer. Marcus points out that Fowey River Dinghy number 1 was built in 1950, so in 60 years there have been nearly 60 boats. Penguin is built of FSC mahogany, copper riveted, with steam bent oak ribs, finished with Hempel Woodseal and International Varnish.
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