Sailing News

NYC Cruising Group Meeting

Informal Meeting Tuesday 12th April @ 7.30pm
Now that the Cruising season is about to start, it is time to meet in the Club for a drink & and discuss plans for the season. All are welcome, whether you are a boat owner, regular crew or just interested in becoming involved in Cruising.

Summer Platform Parking Application Form 2011

Dear Member,

Please note that, in order to prevent the misuse of the platform, a very strict sign-in policy is now in place at the gate.

All boats presenting themselves without a valid parking sticker conspicuously displayed will be required to sign the application form on the spot.

Also, please make note of the following dates:

2010 Sailing Awards Night

The National Yacht Club Sailing Awards for 2010 were presented by the Commodore, Peter Ryan, at a packed function in the Club on Saturday 12th March.

The awards were presented as follows:

The Township Cup – for the most impressive cruise – Sean Lemass for organising and skippering an impressive cruise in ‘Galileo’ from Dun Laoghaire to […]

NYC Boats Clean Up in DBSC Spring Chicken Series.

The DBSC Spring Chicken Series finished yesterday with the prize giving taking place in the National Yacht Club last Sunday 6th March. The series, run by Fintan Cairns, was hosted by the NYC.

NYC Commodore, Peter ryan, and DBSC Vice Commodore, Pat Shannon, welcomed the large crowd of participants.

The Overall winner was Liam Coyne’s “Lula Belle” while […]

La Solitaire du Figaro 2011: Strong potential line up of 71 pre-entries

With 71 pre-entries, including 24 rookies, an increasing number of non-French sailors and some big names in offshore racing, La Solitaire du Figaro, promises to deliver exceptional racing for the 42nd edition of the race over the 1,695 mile-course.

Volvo Dun Laoghaire Regatta Update

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.