|Built in 1907 by J. Kelly of Portrush|
|1907||C H Maffett|
|1927||H D Pearson & Nicholl|
|1928||H D Pearson|
|1932||G Sterling & A F B Thompson|
|1933||A F B Thompson|
|1965||F J Espey|
|1971||R McKinley & G Curley|
|1973||George Curley & David Jones|
|2013||George Curley, David Jones and David Potter|
Featured on a limited edition of postage stamp in the early 1980s, Rosemary was almost lost when she sank after a start-line collision during the 2007 Championships in Howth.
See our news report from September 2007 She was found days later in the seabed north of Howth harbour and after a two day operation was finally lifted ashore and repaired during the winter of 2008.