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SB20 Ireland announces 2016 calendar of events

Looking for some exciting, competitive and sociable sailing in 2016 ? Look no further – The SB20 Ireland 2016 Events list is in. And it’s seriously  tasty looking….Click here to see it now

FFAI Announces 2016 Calendar of Events

The Flying Fifteen Association of Ireland has announced its programme of events for 2016, with the highlight, the Championship of Ireland, to be hosted by Cushendall SBC, Co. Antrim.

Association President Keith Poole said: “This looks like a fabulous line up of events, and FFAI are delighted to be returning to Cushendall with our premier event the Championship of Ireland which will be held over three days in July. Click here for the full event calendar

 

Annalise’s and Finn’s promising starts at Rio trials

The two National Yacht Club sailors lead both the mens and womens Irish Olympic Laser Trials in the early stages in Rio.

Annalise Murphy is currently in 13th place in the 44–boat fleet with Aoife Hopkins 28th while, in the mens division, Finn Lynch is 32nd and best of three Irish in the 48–boat fleet. Fionn Lyden is 40th and James Espey, Ireland’s London 2012 representative, is 44th.

More on this story here: www.afloat.ie

DBSC & RAYC To Discuss Merger in 2016

Two of Dublin’s leading yacht racing clubs are in talks over a possible merger in order to rationalise a crowded Dublin Bay yacht racing calendar.  Dublin Bay Sailing Club (DBSC) and the Royal Alfred Yacht Club (RAYC), whose origins date back to the late 1800s, have agreed to sit down and discuss the best way forward given the current ‘very crowded calendar…

Boathouse Closes over Festive Season

The Club Boathouse will be open until Sunday 20th December inclusive (until 1700) to facilitate 2 lifts post Turkey Shoot. It will then be closed until Monday 4th January.

The boathouse staff would like to wish all the Club’s members, their friends and family, a Very Happy Christmas and all the very best for the 2016 sailing season!

Launch ‘Josephine’ gets a new engine

A lot is happening in the boathouse this winter; following the tragic theft and loss of ‘Alva’, a suitable replacement is currently being sourced to second the Club’s current sole launch ‘Josephine’.

Meanwhile, ‘Josephine’ is being fitted with a new Yanmar 30bhp engine as her 12 years old Beta diesel engine had done its time and started to show serious signs of wear and tear.