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Sirens Ball & Fashion Show – Saturday 21st October

Saturday 21st October

Sangria Cocktail Reception @ 7pm

Tickets: €45

Siren’s Ball Poster 2017

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Tim or Louise
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Martin Crotty R.I.P

A tribute to Martin’s legacy by Winkie Nixon here

2019 Flying Fifteen World Championships awarded to National Yacht Club

The 2019 Flying Fifteen World Championships will be hosted by the National Yacht Club in Dun Laoghaire. The event will run from 2 – 13 Sept on the waters of Dublin Bay in Ireland.

In what is truly an international event it is expected that up to 85 boats will compete with entries from as near as the UK, Europe and as far away as Hong Kong, Australia and New Zealand where the most recent World Championships were held.

This 22nd World Championships coincides with the 50th Anniversary of the local Dun Laoghaire fleet and many of the founding fathers are sure to come out and marvel at how these boats have developed and are as exciting to sail as ever.

Party to celebrate NYC juniors 50th

Dear Member

A final reminder that if you haven’t already bought your tickets for the 50th Jubiliee celebration Party this coming Saturday they can be purchased here ….. R.S.V.P Here

There will be a Silent auction and  and raffle running on the night but if you are unable to attend you can participate during the week as follows :

You can submit a bid for any of the auction prizes below in advance  by sending  Carmen an email with the details of the  amount that you would like to bid and your telephone no.  Or  you can drop into Carmen in the office and buy some raffle tickets,  or you can send a donation by cheque payable to NYC and clearly marked Jubilee Fireflies .

Please see the Auction items and raffle prizes below.

Auction & Raffle List



Annalise to join Dee Caffari’s crew on ‘Turn the Tide on Plastic’ Volvo Ocean Race boat

Mirpuri Foundation “Turn the Tide on Plastic” boat have announced two more female sailors for their Volvo Ocean Race campaign – Irish Olympic silver medallist Annalise Murphy and New Zealand’s Bianca Cook. Both under 30, the pair join skipper Dee Caffari’s mixed and youth-focused campaign after successful trials, and take the total number of confirmed sailors in their squad to 10 with just 44 days to go until the start of the race.

“Annalise and Bianca both add strength to the squad and are developing quickly,” said Caffari. “Coming from an Olympic background, Annalise’s strength and racing skills are obvious, but she is still learning about life offshore…She added: “The Volvo Ocean Race will certainly offer a challenge, but it’s one that they’re certainly up for. It’s a pleasure to see them loving every day on the boat.”

“The jump from Olympic inshore sailing to professional offshore sailing is a big one,” said Annalise. “I am expecting this race to be the toughest thing I have ever done both mentally and physically but I also can’t wait for it to start.” 

Read more here

Party to celebrate NYC juniors 50th

Saturday Sept 30th

<em>This year marks the 50th Anniversary of NYC junior section, we have had many celebrations through out the summer. &nbsp;To&nbsp;finish the celebrations &nbsp;there will be a party on Saturday September 30th (last day of DBSC). &nbsp;This is open to all over 18 who have been involved in our junior section as sailors, parents and instructors. &nbsp;In some families we will have three generations of sailors at the party. &nbsp;</em>

<em>There will be a great auction and raffle prizes on the night, fundraising for the Jubilee Fireflies.&nbsp;</em>

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