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ISORA Races to be tracked by Satellite

ISORA,  organisers of offshore racing in the Irish Sea, with support from sponsors Avery Crest Ski is pleased to announce a breakthrough and significant advancement in making offshore racing visible as a spectator sport. Avery Crest Ski operate luxury ski chalets in Meribel France one of the best ski areas in the world.
ISORA have teamed up with the market leaders in tracking yacht racing, YB Tracking ‘Yellow Brick’, to provide tracking of all of the Irish Sea offshore races in 2015. YB Tracking are responsible for tracking most of the classic and high profile offshore races all over the world.

D2D new official website launched!

The National Yacht Club is proud to launch the official website of its biennial  offshore race, the Dun Laoghaire to Dingle Race on www.d2drace.ie

ONLINE ENTRIES ARE NOW OPEN

Volvo DL Regatta – NOR & Online Entry

The sixth staging of this remarkable biennial Regatta commences on July 9th 2015 under the chairmanship of Timothy Goodbody and his committee. With an estimated 400 entries in 30 classes, the four-day regatta will be Ireland’s largest sailing regatta in 2015

NYC Frostbite Series for F15 & SB20 – 2014

The NYC Frostbite Series 2014 will take place in the National Yacht Club on 4 Sundays for Flying Fifteens (commencing on 12th October) and 3 Sundays for SB20s (commencing on 2nd November) 2014.

Download the NOR here:NOR Frostbite 2014
Download the SIs here: SI’s_NYC Frostbite 2014
Handy sheet with the flags in use for the series: Flags
Entries now open here: Online Entry Form

5 NYC Members to represent Ireland at the S.Y.W.C.

National Yacht Club members William Byrne, Cian Mollen, Philip Doran and Rory Lynch have been selected to represent Ireland at the Student Yachting World Championships in France this October as part of team UCD.

You can support them and the Irish team by buying raffle tickets! Tickets (€5 each) will be available from the manager’s office or a member of the team

NYC End of Season sail for RNLI

The National Yacht Club end of season race in aid of the RNLI took place last night in a balmy warm 12 knot SE breeze. The “racing” was followed by a full house party on both decks of the club where the members generously donated €1,000 to the RNLI.