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WEDNESDAY SERIES 3, 22/07/2009. Class 1 IRC – 1 Tiger, Hughes/Harris, 2 Equinox, R. McDonald, 3 Makutu, Doyle/Others. Class 1 HPH – 1 Joslim, J. Connolly, 2 Tiger, 3 Trinculo, M. Fleming. Class 2 IRC – 1 King One, D.…
In March 2009, Afloat's Graham Smith had this to say about the Flying Fifteens: "With the European Championships in Kinsale, it was a big year for the Irish F15 class which represented the bulk of the 56-boat fleet at the…
Laser SB3 Ireland is the class association for the largest and newest Irish keelboat class. We have over 90 boats in Galway, Lough Derg, Dunmore East, Cork, Kinsale, Belfast Lough, Howth and Dun Laoghaire. We represent the full spectrum of…
First raced in 1946 and now fitted with a trapeze and spinnaker, the two-person IDRA 14 remains one of the most popular adult dinghy classes in Dublin Bay. ISA affiliated # LOA: 14Ft # SA: 110 SQ. FT # Spinnaker:…
Left: Irish U–12 Squad at UK Optimist Nationals Galway Bay Sailing Club is based in Renville Oranmore, approximately 7 miles from Galway City. The club is renowned for the warm welcome it extends to its members and visitors alike. It…
One hundred and fifty four Optimists congregated at Galway Bay Sailing Club (GBSC) for the largest Dinghy Regatta ever hosted from the Club, which is celebrating its fortieth Anniversary this year.
DUBLIN PORT – DUBLIN BAY SAILING CLUB RESULTS, 21 JULY 2009. Cruisers 3 – 1 Chouskikou, R. Sheehan/R. Hickey, 2 Papytoo, M. Walsh/F. Guilfoyle, 3 Caveat, Dermot Boyle. Cruisers 4 – 1 Aslana, J. Martin/B. Mulkeen), 2 Maranda, Myles Kelly.…
TUESDAY SERIES 3 (RACE) 21/07/2009 Puppeteer Scratch – 1 Harlequin, D. Clarke, 2 Eclipse, A. & R. Hegarty, 3 Enigma, D. Butler. Puppeteer Handicap – 1 March Hare, Meaney/McEntee, 2 Enigma, 3 Ile Molene, Byrne/Stanley. Squib Scratch – 1 Whipper…
Spoiled for Choice There’s no shortage of one-design classes from which to choose and each gives its enthusiasts great competition, fun and camaraderie, writes Graham Smith in this review of the classes. A profile of each active class in Ireland…
The Irish Maritime Law Association was formed at a meeting in the Shelbourne Hotel Dublin on 23 May 1963.  Ireland had sent observers to the XXI Conference of the Comite Maritime International (CMI) in Amsterdam in 1948 and seven years…
Welcome to the CRYC web site which we hope will be of interest to members and visitors alike. Established in 1864, the CRYC is one of the oldest inland waterway clubs in the British Isles. Located in the centre of…
The North Coast Personal Water Craft (NCPWC) Club is the first Jet ski club and the first RYA Affiliated jetski club in Ireland. It is a non-profit making club ran run by 'jet-skiers' for 'jet-skiers' to ensure the continuation of…
Éamon Ó Cuív TD, Minister for Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs has announced the approval of a grant of €57,900 under the Small Quays Scheme 2009, in order to provide three more ladders on the new quay in An Spidéal.
Minister Noel Dempsey TD visited the Drogheda Coast Guard Unit today (Tuesday 21st July 2009) and launched their new 5.8m Humber, Rigid Inflatable Boat (RIB).
The Heritage Boat Association’s aspiration is to protect, promote and celebrate the floating heritage on the inland waterways of Ireland. What's remaining of our Floating Heritage provides us with a direct link to the past and includes both commercial and…
Professional Association of Diving Instructors – PADI PADI is the world’s leading scuba diving training organisation. With more than forty years experience and 5,300 dive shops and resorts worldwide, PADI training materials and services let you experience scuba diving from…
Cruising under sail along the coasts of Ireland has a long and colourful history, but it was not until 1929 that the Irish Cruising Club was brought into being to act as a co-ordinating body for seagoing amateur sailors in…
The Cruising Association of Ireland was set up with the aim of working with the Irish Sailing Association and the Royal Yachting Association [Northern Ireland], for the promotion and encouragement of cruising and of social union among its members. Click…
A Powerboat Racing Club based in Killaloe, Co. Clare, home of the famous Féile Brian Ború. We have members from all over Ireland and we are looking forward to an exciting season in 2009; with a full calendar of National…
The RYA is the national body in the UK for all forms of boating, including dinghy and yacht racing, motor and sail cruising, ribs and sports boats, powerboat racing, windsurfing, inland cruising and narrowboats, and personal watercraft. What we do:…
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