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NYC Team for Round Ireland Race – Results

The team representing the National Yacht Club in next Sunday’s Conway Media Round Ireland Race from Wicklow will consist of “Tsunami”, First 40.7, Vincent Farrell / Peter Ryan, “Lula Belle”, First 36.7, Liam Coyne and “Daft.com”, Class 40, Mick Liddy & Mark Pollock.

Other NYC boats in the race are “Galileo”, Tony Tennyson, Sean Lemass & […]

Kirwans retain NYC Family Challenge Trophy

We had a most beautiful day for our annual National Yacht Club family challenge race day in the Sailfleet J80s. 8 family teams took on the challenge this year and we had tight racing in what can only be described as champagne conditions.

The Kirwans were back to defend their title which they had dominated in […]

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Crew Wanted

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Crew Available

*** Senior citizen, retired ,living in Rathgar ,Dublin 6. Interested in racing Dublin bay looking to crew having sailed for over 30 years , acquired experience in folkboats,cruiser 3,cruiser 2, pupperteers, in both racing at competitive level and cruising and competed in Round Ireland Race. mobile […]

Report on Race 5 – Dun Laoghaire Sunday Race

From an entry list of 27 boats, 16 boats came to the line in Dun Laoghaire for the 5th ISORA race and first Sunday Race. It was hoped that this format would encourage those boats that regularly compete in the Dublin Bay and Howth racing and are reluctant to take part in ISORA as they […]

Big Wins for NYC in Lambay Race

NYC boats cleaned up in the Howth YC Lambay Races yesterday.

Philip Dilworth “Orna” won the Bamfort Trophy, Fitzpatrick Salver and the Lambay Special Award for White Sail. Paul O’Higgins “Rockabill V” won both IRC and ECHO in Class 1 getting the Juno Cup and the Boyd No.2 Cup.

 Michael & Bernie Bryson in “Bluefin Two” won the B.J. Marine […]

Light conditions for ISORA race 4

Report on Race 4 – Pwllheli – Causeway – Bardsey – India Nt – Wicklow – 5th June 2010.

From an entry list of 28 boats, 14 boats came to the line in Pwllheli for the 4th ISORA race – 75 miles to Wicklow. Due to tidal difficulties the race start time was brought forward to […]