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Ontario Mirror Dinghy Association

The Ontario Mirror Dinghy Association (OMDA) is an organization of people who have one main thing in common: they belong to a family that owns a Mirror Dinghy. The Mirror Dinghy is a wooden sail boat that is small enough to be easily carried on the roof of almost any car, yet is big enough for two adults or one adult and a couple of children to sail comfortably. In short, the perfect sailboat for a family that doesn't live by the water and has to bring their boat with them.

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The 63rd Windsor Scouts have set up a Boat Build Blog to document their project to build a Mirror Dinghy in time for June's joint Introduction to Sailing event with OMDA.

Wooden Boat Magazine's 2014 Small Boats Supplement includes an article featuring the Mirror dinghy.

In 2013, the UK Royal Yachting Association Dinghy Show marked 50 years of Mirror Dinghy history by interviewing journalist and dinghy historian David Henshall:

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