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DMYC Frostbite series – entries accepted online now

The DMYC Frostbite Challenge for 2018/2019 Notice of Race is now available: DMYC_Frostbite_NOR_2018
Racing starts on the 4th of November, and runs to the 31st of March (with the usual break for Christmas). First start will be 14:00.

The online entry form is also live,

Dave Gorman & Chris Doorly of NYC are F15 National Champions 2019!

The Deloitte sponsored Championship of Ireland for the Flying Fifteen class ended on Sunday with a sinew- stretching, gut busting race in the strongest wind of the weekend with thrills and spills on the top reach of the triangle!

However, by the time the last race started, the new National Champions had exited “stage left”. The speculation on Saturday night was that a 6th place in either of the two races on Sunday would be enough to see the host club’s Dave Gorman and Chris Doorly crowned National Champions. They duly made sure of their title by finishing in second place in the first race which was won by Charles Apthorp and Alan Green, their closest rivals. That meant they could retire to shore early, derig and enjoy an early shower before the balance of the fleet came in. Talking to Dave Gorman after the prize-giving, he admitted to being a bit nervous going out as they had to drop their rig on the Saturday night when the jib halyard was seen to be unravelling. Not the best of preparations for the last day of a regatta. 
Read the full report here
View the final overall results here
View & download photos of the event here

Lift-out day Saturday 13th October

The lift-out on the NYC platform is scheduled for Saturday 13th October 2018, weather permitting.

Platform space is limited and applications for keelboats should be returned AS SOON AS POSSIBLE with a cheque made payable to the National Yacht Club AND confirm their intention by sending an email to sailing@nyc.ie

The Winter Storage 2018 application form should be returned by Wednesday 3rd October at the very latest.
Download: Winter Storage Form 18

Deloitte Flying Fifteens Championships of Ireland 2018 – Entries now open!

Entries are now open for the Deloitte Flying Fifteens Championships of Ireland 2018 hosted by the National Yacht Club from Friday 28th to Sunday 30th September.

A late entry fee of €15 will apply for entries received after Wednesday 26th September midnight

The full entry fee shall be €100 (to include 3 days racing and dinner x 2 in NYC on Friday 28th.

Download: Flying Fifteens COI NOR 2018 Final
Download: Deloitte COI Sept 2018 Sailing Instructions

Enter the Deloitte Flying Fifteens Championships of Ireland 2018 Here

National Yacht Club’s Mark Lyttle Crowned Laser Grand Master World Champion on Home Waters

In a tense climax to the Laser Master World Championships in Dun Laoghaire, Mark Lyttle won his first World Laser Title when he clinched the 66-boat Grand Master division on Dublin Bay, some 22 years after representing Ireland in the Laser class at the Atlanta Olympic Games.

Mark, a long standing Overseas Member of the National Yacht Club and who was a race winner at the Atlanta Games, hit this Worlds event in an age sweet–spot (he’s just turned 55) and qualified for the GrandMaster division (the biggest fleet in the event) to win it on the first occasion.
The Multi Irish champion won the UK Laser Masters Championships in June in some style, with six firsts in eight races but today’s World title will easily eclipse that and its made all the sweeter by winning on home waters too!
For additional coverage of this event and a full list of results, please visit www.afloat.ie or http://2018masters.laser-worlds.com/

The Laser Masters World Championships Photos

A fun and successful 2018 Laser Masters World Championships is nearly coming to a close at the NYC, with some great photo’s of the event below.
Photos  by: Frank Burgess NYC Member