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Poolbeg Yacht and Boat Club on the Liffey will host an RS Sprint event as part of its annual regatta
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Poolbeg Yacht and Boat Club hosts it’s first ever dinghy open event as part of their annual regatta. The combined RS fleets, the RS200’s & RS400’s, will race the "King of the Liffey Open Sprint Event" on Saturday the 13th…
RS Elite racing in Strangford at the UK Nationals
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After having successfully launched 20 RS Elites with the club crane on Wednesday, the event organisers could breathe a sigh of relief that they hadn’t dropped anyone! Wednesday night consisted of introducing our English visitors to Oysters and Guinness followed…
RS Feva racing at Greystones Sailing Club this week attracted a fleet of 38–boats, a big improvement on 2015
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Royal St. George Yacht Club under–19 pairing Henry Start and Morgan Devine were the winners of the RS Feva Nationals at Greystones Sailing Club yesterday. The Dubliners finished on the same points as under–14 Welsh visitors Eddie and Kevin Farrell…
An RS Elite start line at the Carrickfergus Irish National Championships
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The RS Elite Irish Nationals has just taken place, hosted this year by Carrickfergus Sailing Club. With brisk conditions and a lumpy sea, Holywood man Simon Brien Championship win was an impressive affair.There was stiff competition from Stephen Polly, and…
Part of the 38–boat fleet of RS Fevas waiting for wind on the second day of the National Championships at Greystones Sailing Club in County Wicklow
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The Irish RS Feva class were left waiting for wind on the second day of the National Championships at Greystones Sailing Club in County Wicklow today. Racing was cancelled at lunch time with little prospect of breeze for the remainder…
The Irish RS Feva national championships fleet launch for its first race at Greystones Sailing Club today
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A rejuvenated Irish RS Feva fleet mustered nearly 40 boats for its national championships at Greystones Sailing Club in County Wicklow today. After three races in a blustery 18–knots, Welsh youth visitors Eddie and Kevin Farrell of Llandudno Sailing Club…
An RS400 crew capsized at the Sligo based Western championships
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The next event on the circuit for the RS fleet is the Waterways Ireland Inland championships, being hosted by Lough Ree Yacht Club, on 23rd and 24th of July, All three fleets will be taking part in what was one…
Dun Laoghaire's Owen and Gina Laverty racing in the RS400 in Sligo
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The Irish RS400 fleet took its first foray into the North West last weekend, dipping their toes, and in many cases their heads, in the strangely mild waters of Sligo Bay. Sligo Yacht Club, under the watchful eye of Mick…
RS200 winners at Greystones Sailing Club: Pictured (centre) are Rs 200 Southern Champions - Frank and Son Kevin O'Rourke, (left) RS 200 Junior champions, Mike O'Dea and Sean Hynes and  third overall, CAYC's Jocelyn Hill and Katie Kane
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12 RS 200 dinghies gathered at the newly opened Greystones Sailing Club for the Southern Championships last weekend, with boats from Dun Laoghaire, Antrim, Killaloe and Cullaun travelling for the event. There was also a great junior turnout, which made…
The Irish RS400 fleet at Red Bay in Cushendall County Antrim
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23 RS400 dinghies made it to Cushendall Sailing Club in County Antrim with many travelling the full length from Cork writes David Rose. The fleet took advantage of the new lazy boy start time of 2pm that the class has…
Ballyholme Yacht Club RS400 Winners Gareth Flanagan and David Fletcher blasting along on Dublin Bay
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It was a weekend of superb sailing for the RS Fleets in Dublin Bay. Having the season opener in the east at the Royal St. George Yacht Club usually brings out a great fleet and that’s what we had with…
RS Feva Eater clinic participants at the Royal St. George YC in Dun Laoghaire
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The RS Feva class had a really successful training clinic over the Easter holidays, with 26 sailors taking part over the 3 days. Led by our National coach, Stephen Craig, assisted by Meg Tyrrell, we had great pleasure in welcoming…
Competitive start for the RS400s in Cork Harbour
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There were seven RS 400's on the water in Crosshaven this weekend. Sailing out of the Royal Cork Yacht Club the young fleet had a training session on Saturday and a six race Sprint series on Sunday. The video below…
Five RS400s hit the water in Cork Harbour on Saturday, the first day back for the southern fleet
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Five RS400s hit the water in Cork on Saturday, the first day back for a fleet that has now grown to 11 boats in Cork Harbour. Hosted by the Royal Cork Yacht Club, racing took place on the Curlane Bank…
RS Sailing
The second series of the DMYC Frostbites started with a bright and gusty afternoon in Dun Laoghaire Harbour. A competitive fleet of six RS’s hit the water for two closely fought races in tricky conditions.In race one, Sean and Heather…
RS Sailing
Week 3 of the DMYC Frostbites in Dun Laoghaire Harbour showed a more friendly (wind wise), but less friendly (temperature wise) forecast, this led to many of the RS fleet finally opening their frostbite series despite there being 3 races…

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