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News

Irish J109 National Championships – POSTPONED

DUE TO AN INSUFFICIENT QUORUM OF ENTRIES, IT HAS BEEN DECIDED TO POSTPONE THE J109 NATIONALS TO A FUTURE DATE TO BE DETERMINED

The National Yacht Club is delighted to host the Irish J109 National Championships 2022.

Download NOR: J109Nationals 2022 NOR FINAL
Amendments!: Amendments to Notice of Race

Amended Notice of Race: J109Nationals 2022 NOR FINAL – AMENDED

Download SIs: Coming Soon

View Entry list: Click Here

Enter the Championships Here

Royal Irish Duo Win RS Feva Contest at National Yacht Club Hosted East Coast Championships

At the weekend, a fleet of twenty-six boats and fifty-two sailors descended on the National Yacht Club for the RS Feva East Coast Championships.

Race Officer Larry Power delivered six races in sunny sailing conditions over two days. The wind off Scotsman’s Bay was light on Saturday, with the first race reaching a maximum of 12 knots but dropping dramatically as the day progressed. Day 1 tested the teams to the full with light, shifty winds making it very tricky for sailors not used to racing in light winds. Sunday brought more consistent wind reaching 10+ Knots, with the Feva Spinnaker bringing many colours to Dublin Bay.

Dun Laoghaire sailors Mia – Mai Hooper and Tom Flannery from the RIYC were in top form over the two days and took 1st Place in the Gold Fleet.

Read more here for full account and to see a great picture gallery of the on the water action

RS Feva East Coast Championships

The National Yacht Club is delighted to host the RS Feva East Coast Championships On Saturday 17th and Sunday 18th September 2022.

Download the NOR here: 2022 RSFeva Easterns NOR
Download the SIs here: RS Feva Eastern Championships 2022 – SI’s (Trapezoid course)

View the entry list: Click Here

Results: CLICK HERE

Enter the event here

Book Launch

‘ORPEN at WAR’ by Patricia O’Reilly, book launch in the National Yacht Club, Friday 21 October at 6.30pm. Dinner is available for €27, but booking is essential on manager@nyc.ie; or phone: 01 2805725. Everyone welcome!

Inaugural DBSC End of Season Dinner – Saturday 8th October 2022

The National Yacht Club is delighted to host the inaugural D.B.S.C.  End of Season Dinner on Saturday 8th October from 8pm.

Tickets are limited to 100 on a first come first served basis!!! So early booking / pre-payment is essential to avoid disappointment!

Please buy your tickets (€39pp) using the form here

Optimist Ulsters Championships in Howth – NYC Report

Lots of smiles and action shots from our brilliant 18 sailors at the Optimist Ulster Championships in Howth over the weekend with more than 145 sailors from all over the country.

Champagne conditions on Saturday with great racing, however very breezy challenging conditions on Sunday with only some fleets racing. 

Well done all! And especially for Charles, Allana and Adan competing for the first time. 

See NYC kids results here