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 A ble wooden Mirror dinghy with a big hole in the port side bottom panel, on  her side in a garage


Wood hull built by unknown builder.


Purchased by Graham Rowcroft from somewhere near Glasgow, Graham takes up the story "The previous owner said it had been ‘professionally built’ and I remember that he had just repaired the floor! I later strengthened it as it always seemed very flimsy. 

I sailed it on Loch Lomond and also attached a Seagull outboard a few times.

1988 to 2010

  • Sailed at Weir Wood SC by Graham Rowcroft


This boat is for sale, free to a good home

  • Mirror sail No: 17964
  • has suffered major hull damage to the port side aft bottom panel, the top decking is OK
  • The rigging is in good order
  • launching trolley.

Contact Graham Rowcroft, 07788 615080, hull is in Canterbury, Kent. Anyone wanting it would need to collect, or, if feasible, I could deliver for a small charge to cover fuel.

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