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Irish Water Safety reminds people to take steps to ensure that they are safe when on holidays. Parents should be alert to the fact that while on holiday abroad, the safety standards at beaches and in pools may not necessarily…
The Irish Examiner Round [Spike] Island Race took place on Sunday under the guiding hand of Principal Race Officer Seamus Gilroy, reports Bob Bateman. Immediately after the Class Flag went up for the dinghies an extremely heavy thunder shower struck…
One of Crosshaven's local trawlermen and RNLI volunteer crewman Michael Meade is one of a number of trawlermen around Ireland who will be filmed as part of a TV documentary series to be called 'Skippers'. Independent television company Open Eye…
School’s out – well, not quite! The Fastnet International Schools Regatta kicks off the week at Schull Community College, and the Junior Regattas at both the Royal Irish and Bray Sailing Club will see more young ‘uns on the water.…
SATURDAY SERIES 2 (RACE) 18/07/2009 – Squib Scratch – 1 Fantome, R. McDonnell, 2 Puffin, Em Harte. Squib Handicap – 1 Puffin, 2 Fantome. TUE & SAT SERIES 2 (RACE) 18/07/2009 17 Footer Scratch – 1= Leila, R. Cooper, 1=…
Our Powerboat club, which is based on Achill Island, Co. Mayo, was established in June 2008. In May of that year a group of boating enthusiasts from the Achill and Belmullet areas came together to take part in a local…

17th July 2009 Clubs
Join Sailing – Ireland's Growing Virtual Sailing Club Have we got your club details? Click here to get involved
Glenans Irish Sailing Club is a non-profit sailing school affiliated to, but now independent of the larger French Les Glénans sailing school. They offer courses in cruisers, catamarans, dinghies and windsurfing. The sailing bases are on Collanmore Island in Clew…
West Cork Sailing & Powerboat Centre – 1998 to 2009 In 1998 we discovered an old breezeblock shed next to Adrigole pier and slipway. We thought the location of a building by the edge of a sheltered harbour, surrounded in…
Strangford Sailing Club, Strangford, Co. Down, N. Ireland. Tel: (028) 4488 1404 Have we got your club details? Click here to get involved
Strangford Lough Yacht Club is situated in Whiterock Bay in Killinchy, between Comber and Killyleagh. It is in an area of outstanding beauty and on the finest sailing waters in Ireland. SLYC hosts a variety of dinghies and keelboats which…
Royal Ulster Yacht Club is located in Bangor, Co. Down, Northern Ireland on the south shore of Belfast Lough. The Club was established in 1866 as the Ulster Yacht Club, on the impetus of Frederick Hamilton-Temple-Blackwood, 1st Marquess of Dufferin…

Quoile Yacht Club

17th July 2009 Clubs
The Quoile Yacht Club was founded in Downpatrick at the Quoile Quay, on the then tidal Quoile River, in 1958. When, in 1962, the Ministry of Agriculture built a barrier at Castle Island, to alleviate the regular damaging flooding to…
Founded in 1894 by a group of boating enthusiasts, the Portrush Yacht Club has grown to be one of the biggest and most successful clubs of its kind in Northern Ireland. Organised by a dedicated committee of members, the activities…
As you may have already seen from our What's On Next Week section on the Afloat website, the IJM are holding the Irish National Waterski Championships at Lough Muckno Waterski & Wakeboard Club in downtown Castleblayney, Co. Monaghan, this coming…
History – 1968 to 2009 The Club now based in its clubhouse at 38-40 Shore Road, Portaferry started as Cooke Street Sailing Club in 1968, named after a previous sailing club in the town which ceased operating in 1956. The…
Newtownards Sailing Club was founded in 1964, following a public meeting in the Town Hall, chaired by Stanley Woods, JP and ex-Mayor of Newtownards, who became the first Vice Commodore, with Lady Mairi Bury as Commodore. The late Angus Jardine,…
Newcastle Yacht Club, South Promenade, Newcastle, Co. Down BT33 0EY, N. Ireland. Tel: +44 (0)28 4372 6515 Have we got your club details? Click here to get involved
The Club premises were formally leased ot the Club in 1954 by the Allen family, together with the rights to all relevant sailing activities in Kircubbin Bay.  Kircubbin Sailing Club, Ards Peninsula, Strangford Lough, Co. Down, N. Ireland. Email: [email protected],…
Holywood Yacht Club is a Recognised Teaching Centre (RTC). As such it is permitted to run RYA Courses using qualified RYA Instructors and standards are maintained by regular inspections. Qualifications gained on RYA courses are widely recognised. The Club welcomes…

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