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Irish RS Feva, 200 & 400 Fleets Set a Course for Howth Yacht Club
#RS – UK visitors are among the teams expected to compete in the RS Class National Championships - incorporating the RS Feva, RS200 and RS400 divisions - that will be hosted by Howth Yacht Club from August 17th-19th. A schedule…
Tough Test for Man and Machine at RS400 & RS200 Eastern Champs
#RS – The second event of this year's RS400 and RS200 traveller series was held at Newcastle Yacht Club Co. Down. The picturesque race area at the foot of the Mourne Mountains proved to be a tough test for both…
Four Firsts for Craig's New RS200
#RS SAILING – The RS400, RS200 and RS Feva traveller series kicked off this weekend on Lough Ree Yacht Club. A brisk North-Easterly blowing down the Lough greeted the RS teams on Saturday morning. The conditions were made tougher with…
RS Classes Head Inland to Lough Ree
The Irish RS Dinghy Class Association Inland Championship is set to take place at Lough Ree Yacht Club on the weekend of the 28th and 29th of April. This will be the first time the Feva class will join up…
RS200/400 Demo at Royal St George Next Weekend
#RS SAILING - UK RS Association chairman Pete Vincent will be running another RS200 and 400 demo day from the Royal St George Yacht Club on the weekend of 24-25 March. The well-known expert on RS boats is being brought…
Irish RS Fleet Publish Six Fixture Dates for 2012
  #RS – There’s a busy year afloat in prospect for the rapidly expanding Irish RS400 and RS200 dinghy sailing fleets with six events scheduled for the 2012 season. A five event traveller series kicks off with the Inlands at…
RS Boat Builder Reveals New Women's Skiff
#SKIFF – Testing of the production specification RS900, RS Sailing's contender for selection as the new women's Olympic skiff, is underway. It's a sleek looking affair as you might expect that will take women's sailing into a whole new area…
Gales Can't Stop Inaugural Dun Laoghaire Dinghy Event
An impressive turnout of 30 RS400's and RS200's braved extremely testing conditions inside Dun Laoghoire Harbour for the running of the first edition of the RS Sprint Trophy. The crews, who made the trip from as far a field as…
Inaugural RS400 & RS200 Sprint Trophy Preview
This Saturday's inaugural RS400 & RS200 Sprint Trophy hosted by the Royal St George Yacht Club, sees the regular contenders face off in this season's finale against some formidable additions to these growing classes. In the RS200 class National Champions…
RS Class Stage Sprint Sailing Event in Dun Laoghaire
An inaugural RS sailing dinghy Sprint Trophy series at The Royal St George Yacht Club will be held on Saturday, 22nd October 2011. The plan is run up to 10 races over short team racing style courses. Each race is…
Greystones Lead Both Fleets in RS 200/400 Irish Nationals
Blustery conditions formed the backdrop to the Irish RS 200/400 National sailing championships, which took place in Cushendall this weekend. Greystones sailors Simon Herriott and Tom Moran led the RS400 class, while Roy Van Maanen and Glen Reid won top…
RS Fleets Gather in Cushendall
Sailors from across Ireland and the UK are due to arrive in Cushendall today and tomorrow for the RS 200/400 National sailing championships. The three-day event rounds off Cushendall Sailing and Boating Club's 2011 sailing season, during which the club…
RS Sailors Heading North to Cushendall
The 2011 RS400 and RS200 Traveller Series draws to a close this weekend with the National Championships taking place at Cushendall Co. Antrim. Two strong fleets of over 40 boats in total are expected. In the RS400's Simon Herriott of…
RS 200: the 'ideal' next step for Irish Youth Sailing?
Questions over the next step for juniors after the RS Feva point to the bigger RS200 writes Feva sailor Ciara Byrne The RSFeva has become the world's best selling two-person dinghy in recent years with fleets also growing in clubs…
Howth Juniors Win 19-Boat Greystones Feva Event
The new marina may not yet be open but recent developments at Greystones harbour means it now has one of the best slipways on the east coast. The new facility was put to good use launching 19 dinghies for this…
Avoiding a Capsize to Windward
We had great reaction to the dramatic 'windward capsize' picture from last weekend's Feva national championships on our home page. Afloat Photographer Bob Bateman (who else?) was on the Curlane Bank in Cork Harbour to capture the windward capsize of…

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