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CAI North Wales Cruise

This cruise is intended to facilitate those previously booked on the “Classic Castles Cruise” in Wales from 17th July onwards.

The formally organised Classic Castles Cruise was being run by North Wales Watersports, but has been cancelled due to insufficient numbers. The emphasis on this *informal* cruise will be on relaxed cruising without fixed dates. Agenda […]

New Light on Burren Rocks, Lambay

The Commissioners of Irish Lights announce new lights on the Burren Rocks.

East Coast Cruising Events

The Cruising Association of Ireland (CAI) was established under the aegis of the ISA with the objective of promoting and developing cruising in Ireland.

The CAI East Coast Committee chaired by CAI Vice Commodore Derek Harris (HYC & Poolbeg) has representatives from all the East Coast sailing clubs from Skerries to Arklow. It is responsible for […]

“Celtic Challenge” – St Michael’s Rowing Club

Dear fellow mariners, 

I write to you with a request for assistance from your local coastal rowing club. No doubt your members and ours have crossed paths in Dun Laoghaire harbour (at a respectable distance, no doubt), but now we’d like to offer the opportunity to put oars and sail to a common purpose. 

This May bank […]

CHIRP – Confidential Hazardous Incident Reporting Programme

 

Cruising Members may find the CHIRP website interesting. The aim of CHIRP is to contribute to the enhancement of aviation and maritime safety in the UK, by providing a totally independent confidential (not anonymous) reporting system for all individuals employed in or associated with these industries.

A selection of these reports are issued in regularly. Click the […]

Cambell Sailer Propellor

Raphael G. Heron (“Zuben’ Ubi”) has written a very interesting technical article for the Nicholson 32 Association that was recently published in the “Annual Bulletin 2009” on the ‘Campbell Sailer’ propeller. It was written specifically for Nicholsons but may be of interest for cruising boats as this propeller is not generally known in Europe.

Click on link […]