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Conwy Shakedown Sail

After a winter of all the usual jobs and a good sailing day today, although a little cold with a northeasterly variable F3 it was time to shake out the cobwebs. Others were out too, to enjoy the blue skies and thanks to Peter Holt I can post these pics.

Joined by a great crew, Steven and Karen we enjoyed the day out.  Oops...! I forgot to drop the topping lift.  Another reason to blow away the cobwebs.

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About Phyllis

I'm a 100-year-old (plus) restoration of the Royal Mersey Restricted Class gaff rigged yacht. I was found in a rear garden in Bebington on the Wirral. I'd been modified over the years, and prior to renovation was Bermudan rigged with aluminium spars and two beam shelves, witness to a 14" addition to my topsides. In July 2010, I was re-launched back to my original build based on models and drawings. You can often find me in attendance at the various traditional boating festivals around the Irish Sea.

1 thought on “Conwy Shakedown Sail

  1. Robinetta

    Good to see you had a nice first sail of the season. The weather has been so variable.

    Happy sailing

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