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Jonathan Star, B 700
à jour au: juillet 2018
1978 plan DUBOIS, Starflash


1979-19?? Racing in Belgium

Jonathan Star, IRL 7000

2003 Owned by Deegan and Long of Malahide, North County Dublin (info Vincent),

2007 From QTwebsite: owners, McGoldrick/Sheehan/Griffin/Killen, Currently lying Malahide/Howth, Ireland

2008 Janvier, For salle, Very Fast Quarter Tonner in Excellent condition. 8 HP Yanmar Inboard 1997 Complete service by White water marine April 04, Watson sails June 2001, North sails 1997
Complete Survey carried out by all spec in June 2003, Length: 7.78 m, Waterline length: 6.22 m, Beam: 2.74 m, Headroom: 1.37 m, Draft: 1.48 m, Construction: Glass reinforced Polyester, Built in: Blue Marine, UK.
Date: 1978 Displacement: 1530 kg

" I have recently bought the Starflash Jonathan Star.  She is now back at Blackpool and Fleetwood Yacht Club having a full refit and hopefully will be ready for the coming season. I used to sail on Jonathan Star 25 years ago when she was owned by my late Father in Law Ron Smith who had a lot of success with her racing in the Irish Sea in the early 80's so its good to have her back in the family!  We are going to sail her  in Irish Sea events in 2008 as with being Commodore of our Yacht club this year I am quite tied with local events.  We have a growing Quarter Ton class at B&FYC and next year we will all hopefully be joining the Southern Fleet for some of your regattas'" - Ken Bailey.

Jonathan Star, GBR 7818R

2010 Scottish Series: ?e/??
Picture from Historic Scottish Series Images

2012 Bought from Malahide Ireland in January. After being refurbished she is now sailing from Blackpool and Fleetwood Yacht Club where she used to sail from in the mid eighties, GBR 7818R. (Info and picture from Site Quarter GB)

2018 July, picture from Vincent, Jonathan Star and Starflash, both based at Strangford Lough, in Northern Ireland.

Sailing in Strangford Lough narrows series 2018 where you can get 7 kt. tides, the strongest tides anywhere in Ireland. Picture received from Vincent,