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Summer Platform Parking 2020 – Online Application Form

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

Platform Parking reopens on Saturday 6th April 

Thanking you in advance for your cooperation

NYC Sailors doing a Virtual Round Ireland for the RNLI

Two National Yacht Club sailors are among the four 29er sailors and their coach who have started their own gruelling ‘virtual cycling’ challenge in aid of the RNLI.

Racing Rules of Sailing Quiz Challenge

Ready to take on the Racing Rules Quiz Challenge?
The challenge consist of 25 questions in increasing order of difficulty.
After you complete the challenge, you will be able to see the Leaderboard and will receive an email with your score and a link to download all the answers for you to study in your own time.

As this is a challenge with a leaderboard, it would obviously be unfair to complete it more than once…so there is a built in IT mechanism to check for unique submission but we do ask all competitors to be fair and take part only once.

Ready to take on the Challenge?
 Then CLICK HERE

NYC to host SB20 Worlds in 2023

The 2023 SB20 World Championships will be hosted in Ireland by the Club.
The successful bid for the event, chaired by Justin Burke, will see the World Championships return to the Club in September 2023, 15 years after the inaugural world championships were sailed here in 2008.

The plan for 2023 is to achieve the largest ever number of nations attending an SB20 World Championships, according to SB20 Irish President John Malone.

An Update from Women on the Water

Over the last six weeks, there have been a number of online events organised by the NYC Women on the Water. Starting  with a Zoom Cocktail party which was enjoyed by over 16 members, all with a variety of cocktails and some interesting cactus shaped cocktail glasses!  Since then a number of social events have […]

Support Your Club! Harry Hermon, CEO Irish Sailing

Since the outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID-19) the situation has quickly evolved, and now we are realising the global perspective of the pandemic. Over the last few weeks there has been a lot of communication and information shared within the Irish sailing community, and I would like to thank all Irish Sailing members for your positive response to restrictions as they were imposed with ever-increasing severity week by week. It is critical however that our clubs are ready to open their doors for sailing as soon as restrictions start to be lifted, and in order for them to be able to do that they need your support.

Read the full communication from Harry Hermon, CEO Irish Sailing, HERE