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National Yacht Club’s Under 25’s/30’s Sections to host Q&A with Tom Dolan – Tuesday 1st December – 6pm

The National Yacht Club’s Under 25 and Under 30 sections are delighted to announce the second in a series of webinars to round out 2020. After the hugely successful match racing webinar, we now move offshore!   
 
The Nationals very own Tom Dolan (most famously known for his 5th place finish in the 2020 Solitaire du Figaro) will be joining us for an hour of questions so we can get to know more about him and life as a solo offshore sailor. 
 
This webinar will focus on gaining an insight into solo offshore life, Toms do’s and don’ts when offshore, as well as his thoughts on the future of short handed sailing in Ireland.   
 
Webinar is open to all and make sure you come with any questions you may have!  Zoom details: https://zoom.us/j/98160887497

Nominations sought for NYC Sailing Awards!

Despite the extra-ordinary circumstances we have experienced during the 2020 sailing season, there are still achievements worth highlighting and celebrating!!

The Sailing Committee is looking for nomination for the 2020 sailing awards.  Nominations should made using the form below by close of business on Friday 15th January 2021.

To view the list of perpetual trophies, what they are awarded for, how many nominations have been received and to nominate a fellow Club member for any Award, please click here

AIB Dublin Bay Sailing Club 2020 Prizewinners

Congratulations to all our racing members who have won a prize racing in Dublin Bay this season!

It has been a very testing season for both Dublin Bay Sailing Club and our racing members but 2021 will be a more active one for sure and 2022 will no doubt see a full return of our local racing calendar!!

To see the full listing of DBSC Prize Winners, and especially of National Yacht Club Members’ winners (highlighted in blue), please click here

Match Racing Tips & Tricks

Next Wednesday the 25th November at 8pm there will be a “Match Racing Tips and Tricks” talk given by John Sheehy in conjunction with the National Yacht Club U30’s Section.

John is a highly experienced Match and Team Racer with many years of experience and several Irish Match Racing Championship wins.
The talk aims to cover interesting Match Racing situations, rules, video analysis and answer questions people may have, in order to give further information about Match Racing ahead of the series that will be run next season in the National Yacht Club.

This talk is open to anyone with an interest in learning more about Match Racing. Please log onto the zoom below on Wednesday the 25th of November to take part!

Please also sign up here to receive more news regarding match racing and other exciting events I the club!
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Join Zoom Meeting
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Dublin Bay Sailing Club announces launch of AIB sponsorship

Join DBSC on Thursday 12 November at 19.30hrs at a virtual event to highlight their partnership with AIB (see booking link below)

Fergal Keane, RTÉ to host live chat with top professional sailors
Tom Dolan
– Annalise Murphy
– Damian Foxall
– Dr. Kate Kirby (top sports psychologist)

Sports psychology has traditionally been viewed as only having application to high performance or professional sports.  However, many of the techniques in sport psychology have just as much relevance for recreational athletes and also can be applied to our personal and professional lives.  We will hear from these professional sailors about their approach to sport psychology and how resilience forms an essential part of this.

For more information on sailors’ profiles, please click here                                                                

Don’t miss this event, to book please click here

Free event, recorded

Irish Sailing Updates Plan for Living with Covid Level 5

To answer the many queries that members may have regarding what is allowed to take place in the Club under Covid Level 5 restrictions, please download this pdf document and nearly more importantly read the FAQs from Irish Sailing here:

https://www.sailing.ie/Coronavirus/faq