HISTOIRE DES HALFS
Introduction, Half tonner List, Architectes, Half Ton Cup, Solitaire de l'Aurore-Solitaire du Figaro, No Voile
à jour au: 2019
1977 Plan Ron Holland, Club Shamrock,
1979 Fastnet race: ?e/??, retired from the race to help another yacht. All crew and boat retired safely to Falmouth. There is an article in the UK Civil Service Sailing Club archives as she was chartered by the Civil Service for the race.
1980 Cherbourg-Poole: 1er/?? Classe VI
1996-2005 Raced extensively
2004 Scottish Series: ?e/??
2005 Scottish Series: ?e/??
- A Vendre, New mast in 2005, Underwent an extensive refit in 2010, Mosika Alma
competed in the infamous 1979 Fastnet Race. This Half tonner was raced extensively
1996-2005 and a class winner at Tarbert in 2004 and 2005 Scottich series. She
has since been cruised to Dublin, Cork and the Isles of Scilly. This Club version
includes wheel steering and a raised coachroof giving additional headroom, located
at Pwllheli, North Wales Gwynedd UK, 13 500 £;
Seen on "Clyde Cruising Club Yearbook 2017", Sail Numbers and CYCA Handicaps;
2017 End of the year, new owner, Martin Rudkin, based in Cardiff, Wales
May, from Martin Rudkin: "I
wanted to let you know that I am the new owner of Mosika Alma. I bought
her at the end of 2017 and she is now based in Cardiff, Wales. Family sailing
and the occasional club race with Cardiff Bay Yacht Club."