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Afloat Magazine Summer Edition Out Now!

9th August 2016
Summer Afloat is out now! Summer Afloat is out now!

Get the latest edition of Afloat magazine is in your newsagents now. The 48–page edition carries news from all coasts and is on sale at €5. Contents include:

Irish Sailing Association News  Sailing's busy season and 'bright future' is outlined by President David Lovegrove

News New Irish Cruising Club directions, Legal challenge against Carlingford Ferry, Scottish economy benefits from marine tourism billions, Burglary at Lahinch surfing school, €1m repair works to piers in Dun Laoghaire Harbour, Irish
National Sailing School expands fleet at Dun Laoghaire Harbour, Western Marine of Dalkey relocates after 48 years at Bulloch Harbour, Sligo Bay RNLI’s new Inshore Atlantic 85 Lifeboat named and lots more

Dubarry Nautical Crossword A nautical crossword with a great boating prize of Dubarry deck shoes

Inland Waters News A new buoy system on Lough Erne

Racing Round up Winter wins in the Caribbean for Fogerty and O'Coineen, team racing heads west plus all the dinghy racing news for the summer season ahead

Volvo Cork Week Home victories at Crosshaven

ICRA Nationals Swings and Roundabouts in Howth

Volvo Round Ireland A race of four coasts, four fleets and four seasons

Brokerage Services Boats for sale and marine services

Soundings Royal Cork's eternal youth

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