Pram

Eastport Pram Dorothy in the evening light.

A pram, as in boats, is distinctive by its snub nose and wide beam, is stable enough to pass the dog from big boat to tender, and short enough to hang between davits over the transom. It is solid mahogany ply, glue & stitch construction, built from a Chesapeake Light Craft, Eastport Pram kit. The first was Pramela, an amalgam of Pamela and pram, and lost in a tornado in 2014. Her baby sister, Dorothy, survived the storm.