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Mirror Images

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See 2005 State Championship photos

See 2004 MacIntyre Cup photos

Mt Wellington forms a wonderful back-drop as Ken Barnes & Tom Dobie get
Fast Glass running at the recent State Championships at Montrose Bay
(photo:Jenny Graney)

New kids on the block. Daniel welcomes Joel Morrison(centre) who brought his new
aquisition "Hot Tempered" to Kingston Beach on Saturday. With his friend Nick Adams
the boat got a full-day workout . Joel intends to sail at KBSC next season.

Captured at Kingston Beach's final event for 2005, Mirror "rebel" Quentin Hunt
paraded the Southern Cross, with son Alex at the helm of Magic.
The boat has been sold & will sail at Montrose in the future.

Talk about a challenge!
Not only Herons & Cadets to compete with, but keelboats & a bulk carrier as well.
Richard McMinn provided this photo of the action at the Royal Hobart Regatta.


Most of the MacIntyre Cup fleet during the Saturday morning heats.
The Edge & Kamikaze II were well away at this stage.

Angela and Dale Mason have begun their sailing career in Gem,
which they took for an outing at Kingston Beach in a pleasant onshore breeze last Saturday.

Flying Flathhead, The Edge, Pukeko, Fast Glass & Kamikaze II running hard in the
2004 MacIntyre Cup at Montrose.(gp photo) See more photos

The Edge holds out Kamakaze on its way to victory in
the first pennant race at Kingston Beach. (Photo: GP)

Off the line in Saturday's trophy race at KBSC. Note the Mirror at the front of the fleet !

"I'm missing my trapeze ! "
Crew Jarred Kingston finds the the Mirror doesn't offer the security of the his 505 trapeze !

Mark Barrington showing John Harvey that a hand on the edge
is the key to a perfect roll tack ! (Photo: GP)

RYCT WINTER SERIES: Sunday August 15.

Kamikazes everywhere!!
Kamikaze (G Atherton) leads Kamikaze II (M Barrington) in the last race of the winter series.
Light winds and a strong current of murky flood water running down the Derwent River
made for tricky sailing conditions. (Photo: GP)

A boy and a man in a boat....

Jacob Smets takes PCSC veteran Ian Weist out to the start.

Stuart Roberts, handicap winner of the Mid-winter Madness race held at Port Cygnet on Sunday July 11,
being presented with his awards by IMCAT president Grant Atherton and secretary Jenny Graney
Looks like a very happy chap to me !

Talk about a Mirror Image ! Setting up on the beach at Cygnet (Victor Khoo photo)


Two or three knots of breeze before the start - ideal conditions (VK photo)


Every boat doing its own thing (VK photo)


Heading for the beach: pumping, paddling, ooching, anything ! (VK photo)

Cygnet circa 1994. Watch this space for 21st century photos !!

Mirrors sailing at Port Cygnet around a decade ago.

2004 State title winners: Sky III - helmed by David Graney; crewed by Alex Hunt. (Greg Pullen photo)

Tim Grant and Quentin Hunt found something to smile about at the 2004 States at Kingston. (GP photo)

The Edge: Daniel Pullen & John Harvey powering into Kingston Beach. (GP photo)

New crew of Foxy Lady enjoying an outing at Kingston. (GP photo)

Action at the 2003 Nationals in Hobart.


A mass of Mirrors at the 2003 Worlds sailed in Hobart. (Greg Pullen photo)