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How to rig & sail a Mirror Transporting your Mirror dinghy - gaff rig
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Transportation - gaff rig PDF Print E-mail
Written by Martin Egan   

One advange of the gaff rig is that all the spars can be stowed inside the boat which makes it easy to transport. Over the years before the Bermuda rig was introduced  "carriage beams" were popular on the racing circuit and remain the best way of supporting the mast, gaff, boom and sails while the boat is being moved.

Mirror dinghy on road trailer with spars on carriage beams

Mirror dinghy on road trailer with spars on carriage beams

They also helps support the flat cover so rain runs off better.

Mirror dinghy on road trailer with undercover and overcover

 

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