Built for Sir William Corry to race in the Clyde 30ft Linear (LR) Class, she is very quick on the water and won a number of races.

She was originally rigged as a gaff cutter and changed to her present Bermudan sail-plan in the 1920’s. Used to cruise around Strangford, Northern Ireland. Her sister ship is the other Fife design ‘Corrie‘.

She came in 2nd overall at the 2003 Fife Regatta.


Mikado at the British Classic Week, 2014.


Cowes Spring Regatta, Chris Brown Photography


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