There is no doubt that the Mirror Class is struggling in Scotland. There are very few registered Class Association members and active groups in only a handful of clubs. That said, there are scattered boats throughout Scotland that could perhaps be mobilised and motivated.
The key problem is that the vast majority of Scottish junior sailors are in Optimist and Topper classes, which are thriving. Double-handed junior sailing is not popular. The RYAS is promoting the RS Feva, though this also is proving slow to take-off also.