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Feanor, IR 333
à jour au: 2018
1978 Nicholson Half Tonner #12, plan Ron Holland, 9,14 x 3,12 x 1,74m;

ISORA Race Week: DNC/12 Div A2
1 July, Dun Laoghaire-Holyhead Race: 3e/11 Class V, elapsed time 33h55', IOR: 21.8', coque blanche, Jim POOLE
13 aout, HALF TON CUP, Poole: ?e/50, Jim POOLE
ISORA 1978: 4e/17 A2

1979 ISORA, 5/8 races: 10e/28 B1, Jim POOLE
Irish Half Ton Cup: 1er/31

1980 28th of June, Round Ireland: 5e/13, elapsed time: 139h19', Jim POOLE
"Feanor revelling in fair winds off the west coast during the first Round Ireland Race". 

Photo: Enda O Coineen
ISORA, 4/6 races: dns - dns - 5 - 1 - 1 - 8 = 3e/26 B1

1981 ISORA, 6/7 races: 2 - 3 - 1 - 2 - 1 - dns - 3 = 2e/18 B1

1982 June, Round Ireland: 3e/17 en 138h13', Jim POOLE
ISORA, 6/7 races: 2 - 1 - dns - 2 - 5 - 2 - 2 = 2e/21 B1
Irish Half Ton Cup: ?e/??

1983 ISORA, 7/7 races: 3e/18 B1

‘Feanor’ won every ISORA trophy in the Irish Sea when sailed by Jim Poole.She competed in the Half Ton Cup in Poole in 1978 but did not perform well against the one-off designs such as ‘Waverider’ which has competed in the last two Half Ton Cups.

‘Feanor’ has not been seen sailing in Irish waters since Jim Poole died in an accident after an ISORA race in 198?

Zoé, IRL 333

1987 Racing in Dun Laoghaire with James Sweeney of the National Yacht Club

Mid 1990 Lying behind the electric power station at the mouth of the Liffey river in Dublin known as the Pigeon House...

2014  July, pictures from Cillian Macken,

2015 October, mail from Cillian Macken with 2 pictures:  "She is and has been there since the mid 90s. I understand from talking to the member of Poolbeg yacht club where the boat was kept that the boat was used very little and left here however as it was stored within an industrial area the mast was run over and broken by a truck or fork lift"

2018 Juillet, reçu de Vincent: "Zoe- Location in Dublin, Ireland, adjoining Poolbeg power Station. photo by Rima Juchneviciute. She was very successful when she raced in Dublin Bay against sistership Feanor and Silver Mite. she was IRL 333 owned by James Sweeney of National Yacht Club in 1987."

2019 Octobre, Pictures from Facebook, Peter Freyne, Ireland,