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Rush Sailing Club Gets Caribbean Theme for 2022 Regatta This Weekend

28th June 2022
Rush Sailing Club Regatta 2022 is back next weekend
Rush Sailing Club Regatta 2022 is back next weekend

North Dublin's Rush Sailing Club Regatta 2022 will take place next weekend, 2/3 July after an unscheduled break over the last couple of years. 

The club will no doubt use the annual occasion to celebrate its success last weekend at Bangor Town Regatta on Belfast Lough when the club's Kelly family lifted the overall prize in their J/109 Storm.

There will be a Caribbean-themed supper after sailing at Rogerstown accompanied by some light music. All are welcome.

Rush Sailing Club's Kelly family on the podium at Belfast Town Regatta in Northern Ireland after overall success in their J/109 StormRush Sailing Club's Kelly family on the podium at Belfast Town Regatta in Northern Ireland after overall success in their J/109 Storm

Rush Sailing Club was founded in 1954 by a group of passionate local enthusiasts who built their own boats and launched them off the beach on the Rogerstown estuary.

68 years later, the club remains passionate about its sport and now boasts superb facilities, while maintaining the volunteering spirit and sense of community.

The primary aim is to promote sailing and water sports in general, including motor boating, rowing, diving and kayaking.

Last year Rush was boosted two refurbished J/24 keelboats as Afloat reported here.

Please contact [email protected] by this Friday for the regatta entry form and rules. 

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