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Red Mirror dinghy being helmed by a mum with her young son crewing


Wood hull built from a Bell/Widebeam kit, builder Unknown


Acquired by Steve Long and upgraded with a mast from Starboard.

  • Sailed in the Plymouth Mirror Open by Kim & Richard Long


  • 9th overall UK Nationals & Winner of Pthreetle Trophy for first wooden boat - sailed by Peter & Tom Scott

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Red Mirror dinghy being sailed by father & son

Advertised for sale


She was sold in June to Kathy Berryman from Restronguet SC



'Rock It' with new Bermuda mast

She was advertised for sale for £1,900 , details were:

Our lovely Rocket ? beautiful wooden mirror dinghy ⛵️ set up for racing. My son has just moved on to Lasers, and it's a shame this little boat is not used anymore. Needs a new loving home.

  • Rock It - Mirror 69957
  • Upgraded by Kathy Berryman with Selden sleeved 2420 section Bermuda mast and boom
  • Ex-Steve Long boat - long term Mirror sailor who ran Q-Mark Sails and built & fitted out a succession of Mirror dinghies.
  • Fully epoxied
  • Professional paint job to hull.
  • Excellent condition -deep red colour
  • Fully race prepared with excellent record
  • Fly away pole system and all controls fed back to the helm
  • All foils epoxied and laminated with 2 daggerboards
  • Multiple opens won
  • Winner of the Pthreetle Trophy 2010 - first wooden boat at the Nationals
  • 2 full sets of sails - both great condition
  • Combi trailer
  • Cocoon and boom up covers
  • Measured with certificate issue by RYA
  • The old gaff rig (featuring Coates Marine 14SWG black mast)

Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , 07818027713 , Flushing, near Falmouth, Cornwall


She was sold in February

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