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ISORA Celebrates 2017 Offshore at the National Yacht Club

240 ISORA competitors and guests attended the 2017 awards ceremony and dinner at the National Yacht Club in Dún Laoghaire on Saturday, and were treated to a champagne reception, followed by an outstanding four course meal devised and cooked by head chef Cormac Healy, served with fine wines and Jack Ryan “Beggars Bush” whisky to finish. ISORA chairman Peter Ryan kept the evening on track, with awards of both the perpetual trophies and Crystal glassware to the top three placed boats in all three fleets, plus prizes the individual results for all competitors in the 14 races series which started in April, and culminated in the season defining “James Eadie” 75 mile race from Pwllheli to Dún Laoghaire which this year decided the ISORA overall champion.

Please read the full post at www.isora.org  

Annual DBSC Prize Giving – Friday 17th November

Below is a list of the NYC boats that will be awarded prizes at the annual DBSC prize giving on Friday 17th November. 

Tracking Offshore Racing

3 major offshore races and 1 record attempt are currently taking part with 2 NYC Members in the heart of the action!! Use this handy link panel to track them all!

Mulvin and Beirne Storm to Victory in Flying Fifteen West Coast Championships.

The annual Freshwater Regatta hosted by LDYC in Dromineer incorporated the Flying Fifteen West Coast Championships and was deservedly won by the National Yacht Clubs David Mulvin and the clubs Commodore Ronan Beirne with Rory & Andy Martin (SLSC) one point behind in second place. Despite Storm Brian’s best efforts the regatta was not all lost as 4 races were raced on Sunday after Saturdays cancellation. As forecasted the winds had moderated in this area for Sunday.

Winter Dinghy Platform Parking – Online Application Form

Application for platform parking for dinghies this winter is now online. Please use the form here to apply and pay.

Dinghies taking part in either the junior training sessions or the DMYC Frostbite racing series must complete this form prior to bringing their boats back on the platform.

Please note that platform parking DOES NOT REOPEN before Saturday 21st October as the boathouse still has to lift many keelboats on trailers and position them on the platform post our main lift-out on Saturday 14th October.

Thanking you in advance for your understanding

RS Venture Ladies Squad for DMYC Frostbite Series

The NYC is considering putting together a group of 8 ladies to campaign 2 Club RS Ventures in the DMYC dinghy Frostbite winter series 1 running from Sunday 5th November to Sunday 17th December 2017. Details here: http://www.dmyc.ie/2017/dmyc-frostbites-2017-2018/ 
Racing starts at 14:00 with one or two races, depending on weather and light conditions, run mostly inside the harbour.

The RS Ventures can accommodate 4 ladies comfortably or 3 with an instructor.  The costs per participant will be €140 which includes entry fees. Register you interest here