For M28 Owners
S/Y EFAKI is a Mirage 28 built in 1977 by Thames Marine (UK) 

S/Y EFAKI is a member of the SNAPDRAGON & MIRAGE ASSOCIATION

S/Y EFAKI is a member of the Piraeus Sailing Club (I.O.P.)

 

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If you are a Mirage Owner please contact me for sharing of thoughts, ideas, little secrets or just to say Hi! If you have some pictures of your Mirage I would like to create with them a separate page for your Mirage in the other Mirages page.

There are still a lot I would like to learn about Mirage sailboats. Currently:

Information needed:

1. I haven't been able to discover a hull number on EFAKI. Is there one? If yes, please guide me in discovering it.  (Ton and Thea of "Thuella" (hull 185) suggested looking in the gas bottle compartment in a message received November 11th 2002. Unfortunately in "EFAKI" this doesn't seam to be the case. Thanks anyway Ton and Thea). This was followed by the same response from Robert Jones who actually visited Efaki in August 2003. The hull number is not where it was supposed to be although there is a thought on my mind. Robert's Harrier is a Mirage MK II model. I don't know about Ton and Thea's. I hope that there might be the possibility of being placed elsewhere in the MK I Mirage version. 

2. Production date is only known to be in 1977. Any way of more into that?

3. Other sites of Mirage sailboats or discussion and mailing groups.

Literature needed:

I would like to post in this site any old brochure, advertisement or report about the boat. So please, if you have anything relevant with the Mirage 28 sailing boat, it will be valuable. This include old advertisements, information or specification data sheets, magazine articles, in general anything at all concerning Mirage 28 sailboat. 

Please Email me anything you got or get in touch to arrange (snail) mailing, scanning and immediately returning to you (I'll pay all the cost).


This page was last updated on January 8th 2004.