HISTOIRE DES HALFS
Introduction, Liste half tonners, Architectes, Résultats, No Voile
à jour au: janvier 2012
198? Plan Chris BOYD, Puppeteer 330 modified, (Ian Howlett was also invovled in design), built by Chris Boyd of Puppeteer yachts Northern Ireland
"...The construction was much lighter than the production model and she had a unique deck moulding with a tiny coachroof. She was a remarkable boat by being the lightest boat of her day and she excelled in light airs due to her low wetted surface area..." (unknow source's name)
1984 "Sk Boo was placed 1st or the top 3 in every race Belfast lough Strangford lough ISORA events Tomatin qualified for U K and Ireland half ton worlds, she had won class at Cowes week"
HALF TON CUP, Troon, Ecosse: 18e/32, H. J. McDONALD, (bad offshore result)
Picture from Paul Aspin Facebook 2020,
"Voile Magazine" avril 1985,
Isora race #4, Holyhead-Howth: 13e/34 B1
"...the boat was sold to Jim Pool but ..."
Scotish Series 80's:
1986 Cowes Week: 1st
overall Class 3
Picture from Picture from Northern and Southern Ireland racing yachts past and present Facebook 2019,
19?? Irish Half Ton Championship: 1er/??, Jim POOLE
recieved from Andrew Stensson
2004 Still in Ireland.
2008 Now named 'Renegade', K. Mallon, Arklow Sailing Club. IRC: 0,940
2012 January, received mail from Bertie Mc Donald with some details in blue.