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Annalise & Rory shine at Moth Worlds 2017

With 220 boats taking part in the 2017 International Moth Worlds on Lake Garda, competition is extremely fierce but the Irish delegation is doing a fantastic job at showcasing foiling ‘the Irish way’!

7 Irish Moth sailors traveled to Lake Garda and are featuring well at the pool stages after 4 races…read the full story here

Biggest racing trimaran ever built on its way to Round Ireland Record Attempt!

LATEST NEWS: SPINDRIFT 2 ABANDONS ROUND IRELAND RECORD ATTEMPT DUE TO BAD WEATHER

 The legendary maxi trimaran Spindrift 2, the largest racing trimaran ever built (ex Banque Populaire V; LOA: 131ft, Beam: 75 ft, Mast: 137ft, Disp: 20.5T) is on its way from its Brittany base ‘La Trinite sur Mer’ to attempt to break the Round Ireland Speed Record currently held by MOD70 ‘Phaedo 3’ in  36 hours and 52 minutes, approximately 1h 45mns faster than the previous record.

The weather conditions are lining up nicely in the next 24h to 72h with a low pressure system centered on Ireland generating a perfect anti-clockwise system to beat the record.

You can track Sprindrift 2’s progress here

Adult Sail Training – Registrations for course 2 now open!

The NYC is running Adult Sail Training courses for all levels (newcomers, rusty sailors, improvers…) starting on Monday 24th July or Wednesday 26th.

You can choose to either attend the Monday or Wednesday evening classes running for 8 weeks from 18:30 to 21:00

The courses will use 1720 Sportboats,  RS Ventures and Wayfarers. On the water sessions will be weather permitting.
Courses will be run under the ISA Small Boat Sailing Scheme by fully qualified ISA instructors.

For details and registration, please visit here: www.nyc.ie/sailing/adult-training/

Volvo Dun Laoghaire regatta

David Gorman and crew Chris Doorly following their win in the flying fifteen class at the VDLR last weekend. The pair were also presented with the trophy for best overall Dinghy/ small keelboat in the regatta. From left to right David Gorman, Commodore Ronan Beirne and Chris Doorly.

Race Office Volunteers Wanted

Race Office Volunteers Wanted

 The Club are looking for some NYC volunteers to help in the the Volvo Dun Laoghaire Regatta Race Office to ensure results are compiled accurately and available to competitors as soon as possible after they come ashore.  If you are interested and available between the 6th and the 9th July please contact the club office with your details.

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Volvo Dun Laoghaire Regatta 2017 – RIB volunteers required

The 2017 Volvo Dun Laoghaire Regatta  (http://www.dlregatta.org/) will be held from Thursday 6th to Sunday 9th July this year.

We are seeking Club volunteers and Junior Instructors to staff the 38 RIBs required to run this event smoothly…

So, if you think you can help and want to be part of this amazing and spectacular event, please do not hesitate to volunteer using the form here!

Thanks in advance.