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Flying Fifteen Class Captain David Mulvin and crew Ronan Beirne were presented with their prize for 5th place in the Blue Fleet at the recent Worlds which took place at Hayling Island Sailing Club.

A tight ferry connection schedule meant that they missed the prize giving and Rupert Mander of Flying Fifteen International was at the National […]

Dolphins add spice as Crosbie battles for the front of the Topper World Championships

The 177 boats of the Sovereign Ski Topper World Championships were joined in Dublin Bay yesterday a school of Dolphins who added a playful element to a testing day in light airs for the young sailors.

Dun Laoghaire puts on a big show for the Figaro

Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council last night sponsored a fabulous firework display as part of the celebrations surrounding the Solitaire du Figaro stopover in the Harbour.

The event saw the Club buzzing with sailors, supporters, local business dignatories, the Cathaoirleach, Councilors and officials from the Council, the Chairman and CEO of the Harbour Company, and many […]

The Figaro Fleet arrives in Dun Laoghaire

The “La Solitaire du Figaro” fleet arrived in Dun Laoghaire yesterday to complete the second leg of this great race.

The start of the next leg will take place from Dun Laoghaire at 11.00 on Sunday 14th August.

Photographer, Michael Chester, captured the event with the brilliant set of photographs below.

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ISORA – Beat both ways in Night Race

Report on Race 8 – Night Race – Dun Laoghaire to North India Buoy

22nd July 2011.

Despite the weather forecast indicating very little wind the RAYC and ISORA Sailing Committees decided to stick with the planned course – Dun Laoghaire – Muglins (S) – North India Buoy – (P) – Muglins (P) – Dun Laoghaire. Approx […]

ISORA “Mojito” wins the 2011 King Constantine Cup

Three ISORA boats braved the elements to compete in the 2011 King Constantine Cup which also incorporated race No.7 in the ISORA Series.

The race started with a 20 knot westerly wind which built to over 30 knots.

Sgrech was first at the West End Buoy (PSC2) and hoisted her spinnaker on the reach to the Causeway […]