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Mick Liddy- Solo Sailing Speed Record around Ireland…


The WSSR Council announces the ratification of the following new World Record: Record: Around Ireland singlehanded Monohull. Yacht: “” Name: Captain Michael Liddy IRL Dates: 6th to the 12th September 2005 Start time: 14: 42: 06. on the 6th September Finish time: 02: 53: 52. on the 12th September Elapsed time: 5 days 12 hours […]

Club Development Update

NYC Development Update 21/07/05

The new facilities finally opened on the morning of the Dun Laoghaire Championship regatta and they have been acclaimed by all as being superb. They have transformed the lower ground floor of the Club into a bright modern facility with excellent changing rooms, office and boathouse facilities and a fine new bar/function […]

Recent Round Ireland Challenges

On Monday 1st May 2005, David Parker set off at 1310 hours from the Kish Lighthouse in a Northerly direction to break the “Single Handed” record for the fastest time around Ireland, “all alone”. David sailing under the Bray Sailing Club Burgee, hopes to beat the previous record established in October 2001of 7days, 10 hours, […]

CityJet takes 3/4 of a day off the Round Ireland speed record

Friday 6th May 05:

Crossing the finish line at the Kish at 0414 on Fri 6th May 2005, skipper 7Jean Philippe Chomette and his 7 man crew brought the 60-footer in in 57 hours, 41 minutes taking a full 17 hours 46 minutes off the previous monohull record, set in 2002.

Thursday 5th May 05:

CityJet had a […]

Cruising Group Update

The cruising group’s winter programme concluded on Thursday 3rd of April with a talk on Weather at sea by Willemien Van Hoeve (see below). Frank Cassidy’s talk on his involvement in the ARC race was so popular that we had to run it twice.

Equally successful was the talk by Barbara & Frank Fitzgibbon on their […]

Experience a High!

What memorable weather! The trade-off for seemingly endless weeks of sun was less wind than normal. Sales of diesel rocketed. Those who cruised the Irish coast, in August especially, found themselves in Cote de Glandore or Porta Kilmore – it was wonderful!

Wives, partners and bank managers were confronted by brazen, bronzed, bewitched skippers confidently justifying […]