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A very shiny blue wooden Mirror dinghy with sails hoisted gently resting its bow on a beach in the sunshine


Wood hull built by I. (?) Lufkin according to the Mirror Class Association index card for this boat. No doubt named after the 1977 album "Never Mind the Bollocks, Here's the Sex Pistols"

  • Winner Northern Area Championships sailed by C. Atherton


Measured by D.W Rood.

  • Winner Northern Area Championships sailed by C. Atherton


  • Runner up Midland Area Championships sailed by Mick Wright



Purchased by the O'Neill family from Restronguet SC. Dad, Martin O'Neill, spent many hours restoring the boat and upgrading it with Bermuda rig and new sails, for his daughter Niamh to sail in RYA Squads. Sadly Martin passed away in Dec 2012.


Steve Cosier kindly finished off the restoration and upgrades for Niamh O'Neill. She was re-named 'Legacy' in memory of Martin. She was re-weighed and a new certificate issued by the RYA.


Purchased by Ben Lloyd-King from Restronguet SC




This boat was advertised for sale for £500 O.N.O

We're selling our old Mirror 63392 'Legacy'.

  • Plywood hull
  • Needlespar Bermuda rig,
  • Spinnaker, with fly-away pole
  • Control lines led back to the helm.
  • Sails are in good condition for club racing and training.
  • Launching trolley is in good condition, no road base however.
  • Cover, some of the velcro is a bit tired and one buckle needs replacing
  • Much work has been done on her over the years with numerous panels replaced.

 Contact Ben Lloyd-King This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , location Truro, Cornwall


after a short sojourn in Egan's Boatyard, she was purchased by Tim Bowerbank from Restronguet SC




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