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Built in 1993 by David Naylor for David Cummaford.   Foam/carbon.    Quite light by modern standards and originally considered radical with its bulb keel, asymmetric spins on retractable sprit, non-overlap jibs and swept spreaders without runners.    Owned for many years by Tim & Nicky Octon.    Updated over the years with newer Corby rudder and keel, and new mast, still alloy.

Regular JOG winners, including offshore and recent big success in the Warsash Spring Series sailing as Doyle Sails.   Nicky Octon now has her own sail loft Njos Sails.

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NJOS, CHC/IRC 35, ex Converting Machine 1