Well. That's absolutely amazing after all those years. I thought she had been broken up after Alan's death when she had been bought for her mooring. You're quite right about her being built to an Uffa Fox take on the 30 square metre rule but her lines were taken from an article in a magazine or book, not from a genuine set of drawings. She was built in someones back garden in Cape Town and Alan Duncan bought her without a keel, hatches, mast or sails when he returned to SA after the war. He was taken prisoner while fighting with the South African army. Alan cast the lead keel (with some help) by digging a hole in his garden and pouring the lead in. As you probably remember it was as rough as the proverbial bear's bum but considering how it was done it was a pretty good effort. I must have a few pictures somewhere and I'll have a root through my stuff and see what I can find. Thanks anyway for the picture. Sure brings back some good memories.
Gordon Smallhorn, Isle of Man, UK.