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2011 Event Volunteers Required

I would first like to thank all the volunteers that helped last year. It was a very busy and successful sailing season. I would also like to thank all the Members who regularly contribute their time, expertise, boats and spirited efforts to make it all happen. It would simply not be possible without you.

NYC Frostbite Series – Week 7 Racing Report

After seven weeks and 14 races, with no cancellations, Alan Green & Chris Doorly in Deranged won the Cantrell Crowley sponsored Frostbite Flying Fifteen series. With 15 boats out regularly it was the best attended series for a number of years, also with PRO Ian Matthews and his excellent race team it was considered […]

NYC Frostbite Series – Week 6 Racing Report

Cantrell Crowley Frostbite Series: Week 6.

With 12 races completed and only 2 left overall positions stayed much the same after Sunday’s two races. Doorly/Green in ‘Deranged’ and Crummy/Burges in ‘Snowwhite’ each won a race in light n-nw winds. All forecast were for a storm for later in the day but this was definitely the calm […]

NYC Frostbite Series – Week 5 Racing Report

With ten races completed and only four left positions are finally been sorted out in this closely contested series. With a turnout of 15 boats and great courses set by PRO Ian Matthews it is probably the best racing of the season. After a couple of weeks off the boil the Green/Doorly combination in ‘Deranged’ […]

Dun Laoghaire Regatta 2011 – 4 Championships and a Mega Party

The planning for the Dun Laoghaire Regatta 2011 is progressing well and the great news is that based on input from participating classes the regatta is expected show continued growth to in excess of 500 boats despite the economic climate. Well we all need to enjoy ourselves from time to time and that, as always, […]

Squib East Coast Championship 2010 at NYC

In light and shifty conditions the Squib East Coast Championships took place over the weekend of the 25/26th September, an entry of 16 boats was a good start to what was the first Squib event to be run by the National Yacht Club.

Saturday saw three races completed in W – NW winds of between 5 […]