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The new year dinghy clinic organised by the Tralee Bay Maritime Centre is now in its third year and 2019's edition was a success with 30 boats attending.

16 Optimists including national champion Justin Lucas and Dublin ace Sam Ledoux trained under the direction of French coach Viviane Chaix and former medallist at Optimist worlds Sophie Browne.

Former Academy sailors Darragh O ‘Sullivan and Cian Byrne managed the two Laser groups (10 sailors) while Clinic Manager and lead coach Thomas Chaix worked with the four 29er partnerships.

29er TraleeFour 29er partnerships were afloat in Tralee Bay

The week proved to be outstanding with many hours secured in the mild conditions and great winds ranging from 3 to 18kts. The focussed training with experienced coaches proved to be very efficient and sailors and parents alike were very pleased to have started their new year in Kerry.

optimist tralee16 Optimists including national champion Justin Lucas and Dublin ace Sam Ledoux trained under the direction of French coach Viviane Chaix

Peter Williams was the recipient of the Maritime Centre coaches award adding his name to the big cup.

The clinic concluded with the traditional regatta run under PY on a windward leeward course. The average lap approach allowed the fast 29er and the slower optimist to compete against each other.

Laser traleeFormer Academy sailors Darragh O ‘Sullivan and Cian Byrne managed the two Laser groups (10 sailors)

Four races were completed in the 15-18 kts Southerly right in front of Fenit beach... Some of the races were very close with mere seconds separating sailors. Eventually, Adam Wash (Laser 4.7) managed to edge out Sam Ledoux and radial sailor Paddy Cunnane.

The new “battle of the classes” trophy was won by the laser 4.7 (Adam Walsh, Harry Pritchard and Stephen Cunnane) ahead of the Optimist (Sam Ledoux, Peter Williams and Killian Reidy). Download results below.

lasers Dinghy traleeLaser and Optimist Dinghies are recovered in Fenit

Published in Optimist

The J/24 Association of Ireland has announced the calendar for its regional and national championships in 2019.

Lough Ree Yacht Club will host the class for its Westerns in the first big event of the year on the weekend of 13-14 April — the week before Easter.

The following month the fleet moves to Tralee Bay Sailimg Club for the Southerns on 25-26 May.

Howth Yacht Club will host the Eastern Championship on 15-16 June, and the Nationals on 23-25 August will be sailing out of Lough Erne Yacht Club.

Published in J24

Tralee Bay Maritime Centre have over 50 boats on the water this week at Fenit in County Kerry. Brian O'Sullivan, Centre Principal, told Afloat.ie he is delighted with the response to the performance coaching clinic, led by Thomas Chaix, with some of the best junior sailors in the country coming together in three different dinghy sailing classes - Lasers, Toppers and Optimists

Coaches from Greece, Portugal, France, Poland and Ireland have their hands full with a massive turnout for the inaugural clinic at Europe's most westerly port.

Published in Youth Sailing

Tralee Bay Sailing Club in Fenit may seem a long way from the established sailing centres in Cork, Dublin and Belfast Lough writes W M Nixon. But it is set in the heart of one of the most energetic and sports-mad areas in Ireland, and if it were to re-name itself as the Kingdom of Kerry Yacht Club, it might better express its key role in channeling the sailing spirit of Ireland’s largest and most characterful county.

With a proper marina well filled with serious boats and set within the shelter of Great Samphire Island where Fenit Harbour provides total shelter, the hospitable village is accessed by a causeway bridge. And at Fenit itself, Tralee Bay SC in its spectacular location above the dinghy park and slip provides a strong focal point to co-ordinate sailing at every level from a village which has the added advantage of being south-facing.

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Optimists launching for a major championship at Tralee Bay SC

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The marina at Fenit loking east

The Roll Call of historic sailing events – local, national and world level – which have been staged here in the club’s sixty years would put many a larger and longer-established club to shame. But such has been the hectic level of activity in every area of sailing that the club find their 60th Anniversary is roaring down the line for celebration on July 16th without a reasonably complete selection of historic material in place in order to do the TBSC story full justice.

In other words, if you’ve relevant sailing and sailing people photos going back to 1956 and even beyond, please get them to the club pronto, as they want to have a proper exhibition in place to tell the Tralee Bay Sailing Club Story on July 16th when a programme of special events afloat and ashore will celebrate three score years years of a great sailing club.

Tralee_bay_Yachts_RacingBig sailing winds - ICRA Nationals in Tralee Bay. Photo: Robert Bateman

Published in News Update

Three Tralee Bay Sailing Club members set out from Fenit in county Kerry yesterday to retrace a TBSC voyage first made 25 years ago. Ribbers Cian O'Donnell, James Landers and Giles Kelliher set out from the most westerly port in Europe on the 700–mile circumnavigation. Pit stops are planned in Burtonport tonight, then Bangor, Kilmore Quay, Dingle before returning home to Fenit. 

Published in Powerboat Racing

Beautiful sunshine and a wide range of wind speeds greeted the participants of the two day training weekend organised by Simon McGibney from ICRA/WIORA and Des McWilliam and Graham Curran of UK McWilliam Sailmakers. This was the second year of the training clinic, successfully hosted again by Tralee Bay Sailing Club with boats from the Royal Western Yacht Club, Galway Bay Sailing Club, Foynes Yacht Club and Tralee Bay Sailing Club taking part.

Building on the format developed last year the weekend began with an early start for a long day on the water with OOD Peter Moore and his team from TBSC. Des and Graham were on the water in RIBs and followed the fleet throughout the day, observing and videoing race starts, mark roundings, tacks, gybes, sail trim etc. They also went onboard boats to watch crews as they went through procedures and throughout the day were able to interject with advice when required.

The race team got in seven races on a windward leeward course with the addition of a gate to ensure boats completed gybing manoeuvres downwind. To keep racing interesting crews had to listen out for any ‘special instructions’ from the OOD such as every boat must put in a certain number of tacks before the windward mark. Racing was very close with an evenly matched fleet of boats competing. The weekend also included practice race starts which consisted of eight races starts run off one after another with just three minute countdowns. Exhausting work for crews but great for practicing skills! Saturday drew to a close with BBQ in clubhouse overlooking the beautiful Tralee Bay a full debrief session an each of the skills where crews had the opportunity to watch some of the recorded footage of the day. After the debrief session Elaine O’Mahoney from Foynes Yacht Club ran a very entertaining nautical quiz, which the participants really enjoyed.

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Graham Curran of UK McWilliam Sailmakers onboard Huntress 

There was plenty of chat about the live results that were efficiently provided by ICRA’s scoring guru Denis Kiely and could be accessed by competitors between races out on the water on ICRA’s website www.cruiserracing.ie.

Racing on Sunday began early again – something about being ashore for a Kerry/Dublin football match! The training team got in another seven races to bring the tally to fourteen for the two day training clinic. The weekend concluded with a final debrief session with Des and Graham and a lot of happy crews went home with a bit more knowledge on how to improve their racing. Looking forward to the next one! Would highly recommend this training clinic to any club to organise. Contact can made with Des through here 

Published in ICRA

#TBSC - Tralee Bay Sailing Club hosted the UK Sailmakers Ireland team of Des McWilliam and Graham Curran on the water for two days of coaching this past weekend (13-14 June).

A series of 16 races was run over the two-day event in Fenit, where a lot was learned and plenty of fun was had by all, as the video above can attest! A photo gallery of the weekend is also available HERE.

Published in News Update

#icranats – Take sixty-one offshore racers, recruited from Ireland's leading sailing centres. Place them in a bay of stunning beauty, set among spectacular mountains perhaps, but nevertheless a bay which is inescapably located right on Ireland's Atlantic weather frontier. Then take a witch's brew of weather, with at least three different low pressure areas circling with malice around your race area on an axis of about 400 miles.

That done, carefully calibrate the line of the Polar jetstream so that its most vivid red hues on the charts are located precisely over your chosen location, massively accentuating the power of any breezes or rainstorms occuring within its ambit. Then sit back and contemplate the extreme results of your wicked work. And what you have is precisely the setup which developed as the four day WIORA Championship and ICRA Nationals were staged at Tralee Bay.

For the ICRA Nats from Thursday June 13th to Saturday June 15th, they'd scheduled six races in a no-discard series. They did well to get a series with the minimum staging of three races, two on the Thursday in champagne sailing conditions, and then as the weather went down the tubes on Friday, just one hour long event in filthy rain to hit the quota.

Sailingwise, Saturday was totally blown out. But they'd a result already, and of course by having the incorporated WIORA series starting a day earlier, the most enthusiastic participants saw themselves as losing only one day's racing out of a four day series. Horses for courses, perhaps, but for some determined western sailors, this was exactly as it should have been. They're singularly proud of the fact that WIORA has held an annual championship since 1976 – it's an education to read on their website the champions list of gallant western boats and skippers going back 37 years – while ICRA is the new boy on the block, still wet behind the ears with its foundation as recently as 2002.

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Tralee Bay, a place of stunning beauty a great sailing venue twice visited by the ICRA national fleet. Photo Bob Bateman

The lead-in to the series at Tralee was deceptive, as the Dun Laoghaire to Dingle Race of June 7th, used by many as a feeder, was gentle summer sailing at its very best. The very best, that is, if you won on a rising breeze from the back of the fleet, which is what Tralee skipper Brian O'Sullivan and his crew managed with their veteran Oyster 37 Amazing Grace. But maybe not so good for the O'Leary family with their Baltimore/Crosshaven Ker 39 Antix, which achieved line honours in handsome style in Dingle, only to see their placing slip to 14th overall as the tail-enders became the leaders.

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The Oyster 37 Amazing Grace from the host club. Photo: Bob Bateman

So as the boats gathered in Fenit a couple of days later, there was keen anticipation to see if the pattern of the Dingle race results could be reversed. And there was a completely new boat in the picture too. The latest race machine from X Yachts of Denmark, the XP33, made her debut only last November. But Conor Fanning of X Yachts secured one for Ireland, and with Colin Byrne of Dun Laoghaire on the helm and the legendary Jochem Visser on the strength, clearly this boat Bon Exemple was one to watch.

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IRC one champion Bon Exemple, is the new Xp33 design. Photo: Bob Bateman

Not all boats had entered both championships, so the WIORA Overall Results posted soon after Friday's gloomy token race have notable absentees. In IRC0 the four entries appropriately had a western champion, Martin Breen's Reflex 38 Discover Ireland with Denise Phelan's Ker 37 from Jump Juice second five points behind. But in IRC 1 the points margin was in a different league – the XP 33 was put of sight with just 5 points, while John Gordon's X332 from Mayo had 20. Another western boat, Ray McGibney's Dehler 34 Dis-a-Ray from Foynes, won IRC2 with 9 points from two Corby 25s, Liam Burke's Tribal from Galway on 14, and Rob Allen's Smile of Kirush and Galway on 20. IRC 3 saw an east coast winner, Barry Cunningham's Quarter Tonner Quest from the RIYC by 10 points from the 15.5 of the host club's Gary Fort with his J/24 Jaguar.

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Antix, the Ker 39, is the IRC Zero champion. Photo: Bob Bateman

When the ICRA imprimatur came into play on the Thursday, the competition notably intensified, and the pace of sunny Thursday was maintained into Friday's "grand soft day, thank God". The Antix crew were in fighting form in the five boat IRC 0, but fair play to the Galwaymen on Lynx Clipper, they were only 2.5 points adrift at the end, Antix on 5.5 to Lynx's 8, while ICRA Commodore Nobby Reilly of Howth took third with co-owner Alan Chambers on their Mills 36 Crazy Horse Mills 36, only 1.5 points behind Lynx.

The big turnout in IRC 1 saw Bon Exemple resume her successful debut, but not until after she'd trailed Pat Kelly from Rush with his J/109 Storm – the Fingal flyers finished only two points behind the hyper-hot new X boat, and another J/109, Ian Nagle's Jelly Baby from Cork, was in the hunt too, finishing on 10 to be 3 points clear of Paul O'Higgins Corby 33 from Dun Laoghaire.

IRC2 had an even better geographical spread of top boats, underlining the truly national nature of this event. Indeed, in this class it was international, as winner Nigel Biggs with his Half Tonner Checkmate may race for RStGYC in Ireland, but he's from North Wales, and you're as likely to find him competing in the Solent. Normally it's a direct ding-dong between Checkmate and David Cullen's classic Half Tonner King One from Howth, but Ray McGibney from Foynes with his veteran Dehler 34 Dis-a-Ray pulled off a coup by getting between them with second on 9 points while King One was third on 12, fourth going to Paul & Deirdre Tingle of Cork with the Corby 25 Alpaca while sister ship Tribal (Liam Burke, Galway) was fifth.

Barry Cunningham of Dun Laoghaire in IRC3 was the only skipper to pull off the double of winning overall in both WIORA and ICRA with his sweet little Humphreys Quarter Tonner Quest. The enthusiastic Losty team from Cobh with their restored French Quarter Tonner Illes Pitiuses were second on 8 points to Quest's 5, while local helm Gary Fort was in the frame again, third on 9 points with his J/24 Jaguar, well clear of fourth placed Alliance II, Vincent Gaffney's interesting and rare Laser 28 from Howth, on 16 points.

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The marina in Fenit was the base for the60-boat ICRA championship fleet. Photo: Bob Bateman

When Tralee Bay SC staged the Irish Intervarsity Team Racing Opens for 26 teams back on the St Patrick's Weekend in March, they had great luck with the weather – reasonably gentle sunny conditions, while most of the rest of Ireland continued ion th grip of winter. So maybe the Kerrymen used up their quota of good weather luck three months ago. But although the last day may have been blown out on Tralee Bay for the ICRA Nats, when the sailing was good, it was very good indeed, and the images from this championship show sailing at its best.

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Champions with ICRA commodore Nobby Reilly (centre) at TBSC. Photo: Gareth Craig

The 2013 Irish Cruiser racer national champions are:

Class 0 IRC

Antix Anthony O Leary. RCYC 

Class 0 Echo

Discover Ireland Martin Breen GBSC 

Class 1 IRC

Bon Example Colin Byrne RIYC

Class 1 Echo

Joker 11 John Maybury RIYC 

Class 2 IRC

Checkmate Nigel Biggs RST G 

Class 2 Echo

Surfdancer Charlie Mc Donnell RCYC 

Class 3 IRC

Quest Barry Cunningham RIYC 

Class 3 Echo

Jaguar Gary Fort TBSC 

Corinthian Cup

Growler Diarmuid Dineen TBSC IRC Non Spinnaker

Ridire Ban Mike Mc Donnell TBSC Echo Non Spinnaker

Published in ICRA

ICRA Feeder races from Dublin bay, Galway bay and the Shannon Estuary, some with early starts to avail of favourable tides are planned for early June all to arrive in good time for the Fenit based National Cruiser Championships.

The Dun Laoghaire to Dingle (D2D) race starting on Friday, June 7th from Dublin Bay has over 20 boats entered so far. Significantly entries are ranging on IRC handicap points difference from .898 to 1.144 and maybe higher, so there will be a well spread fleet going down the east coast of Ireland on June 7th.

A favourite west coast feeder is the O'Sullivans Marine 100–mile race. This annual fixture is planned to leave Galway docks at 20.00 also on Friday, June 7th for an over night race into Fenit marina the following day and is billed as ideal for ICRA boats coming from Sligo, Mayo, Clifden.

 

Published in ICRA

Some of the country's biggest yacht clubs have yet to enter ICRA's cruiser national championships due to get underway in less than a month's time (June 13th to 15th).

The country's biggest club Royal St. George Yacht Club in Dun Laoghaire has a single entry and the neighbouring National Yacht Club fleet has still to enter the ICRA cruiser national championships at Fenit in County Kerry, one of the biggest events on the Irish cruiser–racing calendar. 

60 boats are now entered from around the country and the expectation is that a buoyant entry of up to 70 yachts (see below) will be racing in Kerry waters, a number that outstrips the British fleet that usually attends the UK IRC Nationals.

Currently hosts Tralee Bay SC have 11 boats entered, Royal Cork has seven. Mayo Sailing Club has six, Galway Bay five. Foynes YC on the Shannon estuary and the Royal Irish in Dun Laoghaire and Howth YC each have four boats attending. Sligo YC has two.

KInsale Yacht Club, the host of the Sovereign's Cup that follows the ICRA Nationals later in June, has yet to enter with any boats for Fenit.

ICRA recognise both IRC and ECHO equally awarding Gold Silver and Bronze medals in each category. 'Interestingly the RORC have recently copied the Irish system by introducing a performance handicapping system effectively ECHO to run alongside IRC because they have seen how effectively progressive Echo works for us' says ICRA's Barry Rose.

'This ensures competitive interest through the fleets and achieves a good balanced spread of prizes' he adds.

Dubarry are sponsoring innovative day prizes for crews on the winning boat which will mean all the crew get rewarded. No boat can win two sets of day prizes spreading these prizes further.

This year ICRA Commodore Norbert Reilly has introduced a novel idea of a Club team prize sponsored by WD 40. All boats from each Club will be automatically entered and the top three boats results from each Club will decide the winner.

Dave Cullen has already been appointed Howth Yacht Club Captain and has laid down the challenge to all other Clubs to join in the spirit of the team event involving all boats.

The non–spinnaker boats will compete for the ICRA Corinthian Cup trophies recognising the growth and importance of this sector.

Entries to date as per Tralee Bay SC

Boat ModelBoat NameSail NoOwner First NameOwner SurnameClubI wish to enter for
Achilles 9 Freebird IRL1101 Kieran Wynne Mayo SC WIORA White Sails
Beneteau First 337 As Lathair IRL2301 Rory Casey Mayo SC WIORA White Sails
Beneteau First Class 8 CUL8R IRL 81641 Mahon Bros Courtown Sailing Club Combined ICRA National Cruiser Championships & WIORA West Coast Championships
Corby 25 Tribal IRL2525 Liam Burke GBSC Combined ICRA National Cruiser Championships & WIORA West Coast Championships
Corby 25 Alpaca IRL2506 Paul & Deirdre Tingle RCYC ICRA National Cruiser Championships
Corby 25 Smile IRL25007 Rob Allen RWYCI/GBSC Combined ICRA National Cruiser Championships & WIORA West Coast Championships
Corby 26 2602 IRL2602 Jack Brian Cunnane Raftery Sligo YC Combined ICRA National Cruiser Championships & WIORA West Coast Championships
Corby 33 Rockabill V IRL3307 Paul O'Higgins RIYC/NYC Combined ICRA National Cruiser Championships & WIORA West Coast Championships
Dehler 34 Disaray IRL487 Ray McGibney FYC Combined ICRA National Cruiser Championships & WIORA West Coast Championships
Dehler 34 Egalite IRL4021 David Griffin Clifden BC Combined ICRA National Cruiser Championships & WIORA West Coast Championships
du NowWHAT 9494 BARRY HESKIN GALWAY BAY SAILING CLUB Combined ICRA National Cruiser Championships & WIORA West Coast Championships
DUBOIS 33 NowWHAT IRL9494 Barry Heskin GBSC Combined ICRA National Cruiser Championships & WIORA West Coast Championships
Elan 33 Surfdancer IRL1759 Charlie McDonnell RCYC Combined ICRA National Cruiser Championships & WIORA West Coast Championships
First 211 Wild Thing IRL1363 Louis/Declan Byrne/Costello TBSC Combined ICRA Corinthian Cup & WIORA White Sails
First 32s5 Badger IRL9990 Hugh Friel TBSC Combined ICRA National Cruiser Championships & WIORA West Coast Championships
First 32s5 Growler IRL937 Diarmuid Dineen TBSC Combined ICRA National Cruiser Championships & WIORA West Coast Championships
First 40.7 Siamsa IRL123 Eddie Barry TBSC WIORA West Coast Championships
First36.7 Galileo IRL3367 Dan Counihan TBSC Combined ICRA National Cruiser Championships & WIORA West Coast Championships
Formula 28 Playtime IRL828 John Walsh TBSC Combined ICRA Corinthian Cup & WIORA White Sails
formula 28 playtime IRL828 John Walsh [email protected] WIORA West Coast Championships
Golden Shamrock Battle IRL5147 John Paul Buckley FYC Combined ICRA National Cruiser Championships & WIORA West Coast Championships
Half Ton Humphreys Harmony IRL1484 Martin Reilly Sligo YC Combined ICRA National Cruiser Championships & WIORA West Coast Championships
Harley C33 Yanks $ ffrancs IRL8071 Vincent O'Shea RCYC ICRA National Cruiser Championships
Humphries 3/4 Tonner Modified Hero IRL7234 Adrian O' Connell RWYCI Combined ICRA National Cruiser Championships & WIORA West Coast Championships
J/109 Jelly Baby IRL9609 Ian Nagle RCYC Combined ICRA National Cruiser Championships & WIORA West Coast Championships
J109 Joker 2 IRL1206 John Maybury RIYC Combined ICRA National Cruiser Championships & WIORA West Coast Championships
J109 Indecision IRL9898 Declan Hayes RIYC ICRA National Cruiser Championships
J109 Storm IRL1141 Pat Kelly Rush SC/HYC ICRA National Cruiser Championships
J24 Jaguar IRL400 Gary Fort TBSC Combined ICRA National Cruiser Championships & WIORA West Coast Championships
J24 TBC IRL728 Darragh Mccormack FYC Combined ICRA National Cruiser Championships & WIORA West Coast Championships
J24 Django IRL4384 Mac and more LRYC, RWYC Combined ICRA National Cruiser Championships & WIORA West Coast Championships
J35 TK Lean Machine IRL673 Cormac Mac Donncha & Others GBSC Combined ICRA National Cruiser Championships & WIORA West Coast Championships
Jeanneau 42i SEADUCTION IRL1169 Anne Doherty Mayo SC WIORA White Sails
jeanneau sun odyssey 371 Titan TBA Louis Keating RWYC Combined ICRA Corinthian Cup & WIORA White Sails
Jeanneau Sunfast 32i Huntress IRL3199 Raphael Crowley TBSC Combined ICRA Corinthian Cup & WIORA White Sails
Ker 37 custom Jump Juice IRL2007 Denise Phelan RCYC Combined ICRA National Cruiser Championships & WIORA West Coast Championships
Ker 39 ANTIX IRL3939 Anthony O Leary Royal Cork YC ICRA National Cruiser Championships
Kerry Sloop Kerry Dream 37 Tom Murray FYC Combined ICRA Corinthian Cup & WIORA White Sails
Laser 28 Alliance II IRL8188 Vincent Gaffney HYC Combined ICRA National Cruiser Championships & WIORA West Coast Championships
MG HS 30 Checkmate XV GBR66R Nigel Biggs RStGYC ICRA National Cruiser Championships
Mills 30CR Raptor IRL811 Denis Hewitt & Others RIYC Combined ICRA National Cruiser Championships & WIORA West Coast Championships
Mills 36 Crazy Horse IRL9852 N Reilly/Chambers HYC Combined ICRA National Cruiser Championships & WIORA West Coast Championships
Mod Half Ton King One IRL8094 David Cullen HYC ICRA National Cruiser Championships
Modified Beneteau 25 Platu Minimumm IRL25078 Ronan & Niamh Cobbe & McDonald Howth Yacht Club Combined ICRA National Cruiser Championships & WIORA West Coast Championships
Quarter ton Anchor Challenge IRL3087 Diarmuid Foley RCYC ICRA National Cruiser Championships
Quarter Tonner Illes Pitituses IRL1392 J & D Losty Cove SC Combined ICRA National Cruiser Championships & WIORA West Coast Championships
Reflex 38 Discover Ireland IRL7386 Martin Breen GBSC Combined ICRA National Cruiser Championships & WIORA West Coast Championships
Sigma 33 Powder Monkey IRL4206 Liam Lynch TBSC Combined ICRA National Cruiser Championships & WIORA West Coast Championships
Sigma 33 Reconnaissance IRL4320 Peadar O'Loughlin TBSC Combined ICRA Corinthian Cup & WIORA White Sails
Sigma 33 Boojum 2112C David Buckley TBSC Combined ICRA National Cruiser Championships & WIORA West Coast Championships
Sigma 33 Polished manx GBR8666 Kuba Syzmanski Douglas Bay YC Combined ICRA National Cruiser Championships & WIORA West Coast Championships
Sun Fizz 40 Coco IRL1464 Fergus Mc Allister Mayo SC WIORA White Sails
Sunfast32 Josie GBR1111 David Ryall TBSC Combined ICRA National Cruiser Championships & WIORA West Coast Championships
toledo 30 Saber IRL5684 Paul Ryan Clifden BC Combined ICRA National Cruiser Championships & WIORA West Coast Championships
X 362 Sport Exhale IRL8991 Diarmuid & Hilda Good RCYC Combined ICRA National Cruiser Championships & WIORA West Coast Championships
X332 Excuse Me! IRL4 Donal Browne TBSC Combined ICRA National Cruiser Championships & WIORA West Coast Championships
X332 XENA IRL7597 Ian Gaughan Mayo SC Combined ICRA National Cruiser Championships & WIORA West Coast Championships
X332 X-Rated IRL 7066 John Gordon Mayo SC Combined ICRA National Cruiser Championships & WIORA West Coast Championships
X332 Dexterity IRL3323 Team Foynes Partners FYC Combined ICRA National Cruiser Championships & WIORA West Coast Championships
X372 ELIXIR IRL8598 Pat Aylward Mayo S.C. Combined ICRA National Cruiser Championships & WIORA West Coast Championships
XP33 TBC TBC Colin Byrne RIYC Combined ICRA National Cruiser Championships & WIORA West Coast Championships
Published in ICRA
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