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Class Matters Test pages Boat list 70428 - Red Hot, Q'White Hot
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70428 - Red Hot, Q'White Hot PDF Print E-mail

A white wooden Mirror dinghy racing with spinnaker up and crew sitting out

2006

Built by Duffin Marine

2008

Sailed in the Irish Mirror Westerns

Red wooden Mirror dinghy being raced to windward

2011

7th at the Irish Northern Champsionships sailed by Callum Maher & Dave Johnston

2014

White Mirror dinghy leading the fleet around a leeward mark

Photos by Gareth Fudge - www.boatographic.co.uk

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2015

This boat was advertised for sale for €2,650.00 (that's about £1,921)

  • Wooden boat built by Duffin Marine
  • Pretty well spot on minimum weight (46kg)
  • Superspars Bermuda Rig
  • Winner Irish nationals and has placed in the top 5 in the Europeans in 2014.
  • Recently been spray painted with ger pox and varnished
  • Two rudder blades one made by Alister Duffin and in very good condition
  • Two daggerboards, one Milanes, in very good condition.
  • Two sets of sails, one Q-mark and one P&B, the P&B set being in very good condition.
  • Measurement Certificate
  • The boat comes with a launching trolly, compatible road trailer, spare wheel and light board.

Contact Martin on 00353 (0)862747464 or Shane on 00353 (0)873335134. Lying Dublin, Republic of Ireland.

She was sold in June 2015.

 

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