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Irish National Sailing Club 'RS Super Series' Begins This Saturday in Dun Laoghaire

2nd October 2018
It’s planned to hold starts for RS 200s, RS 400s, Fevas and an RS PY fleet It’s planned to hold starts for RS 200s, RS 400s, Fevas and an RS PY fleet

The Irish National Sailing Club hosts the RS Super Series for the 2018/19 Winter season. Racing takes place on 6 Saturday mornings beginning on Saturday 6th October and running 17th November, 15th December, 19th January, 23rd February and 23rd March. Entry for the series is €60.

Simple windward-leeward courses with a spreader at the top mark and leeward gate are in order, designed to maximise the fun from the full range of RS boats. It’s planned to hold starts for RS 200s, RS 400s, Fevas and an RS PY fleet, which will feature new Irish RS dealer Kenneth Rumball sailing an RS Aero. First gun is shortly before 10 am and with the aim to complete 5-8 races per Saturday morning.

Racing is being supported by the Irish National Sailing & Powerboat School, with participants welcome to make use of the school’s facilities before and after racing. Boats can be trailered to coal harbour car park and launch off public slip or from one of the local clubs if you prefer.

"It’s planned to hold starts for RS 200s, RS 400s, Fevas and an RS PY fleet"

The Irish National Sailing & Powerboat School is making its fleet of 8 RS Fevas available for charter for the series, allowing young crews the opportunity to try out the boat in a race environment. The charter fee is €150. Kenneth Rumball also has an RS400 available for charter too.

Check out some of the previous series action below:

For Entry and Sailing Instructions here

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