Steam Powered Dinghy “Henry”
Marten, Howes & Baylis
Ready made steam unit with Anton “Quartz” engine in place.
Right: Rear deck removed showing rudder servo and control arm. The specially designed slider comes with the kit.
Left: Handed brass fairleads and central bitt. Fittings are solid brass castings and require only light finishing. The deck is constructed from lime and pear planks on a ply base, caulked with black card and sealed. The aft removable deck is planked in the same way.
Left: Bow view showing flared brass funnel. The benches are from pre-
Right: General view including pre-
Left: Rudder with machined brass pintles, gudgeons and cast brass skeg. The rudder
and yoke are constructed from five pieces of solid pre-
Henry steam plant with Typhoon Motors TM1 with reverse, fitted to MHB boiler unit. The ‘TM1’ is a single cylinder double acting unit, 12mm bore x 10mm stroke. It is fitted with a reversing lever and requires one servo for forward, reverse and throttle. The reversing/throttle servo is concealed in right hand coal box.