pram dinghies offshore
and found 1 that someone else had lost back in the day before the popularity of deflatables they were disposable kinda like ballpoint pens
.Now its a different story when you have a small fortune tied up in an inflatable.The fact is its not easy to carry a dink of any kind on the deck of a lot of small boats and towing is the only feasible option.With the Dyer make sure you have a secure plug
for the daggerboard trunk,you need an automatic drain plug
,a very beefed up area of the bow and a substantial towing eye,i like the u bolt type and as someone said,a bridle
rather than a single
painter,i often see the bow eye way too high.I think a good fitted cover with a couple of hoops and solid attatchments would be helpful.These suggestions are of course a bit late for the OP.