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Greystones Sailing Club J/122 Kaya Wins DMYC Kish Race on Dublin Bay

19th September 2021
The 41-boat Kish Race fleet depart Dun Laoghaire at the start of the 2021 edition
The 41-boat Kish Race fleet depart Dun Laoghaire at the start of the 2021 edition Credit: Afloat

Paddy Barnwell skippering the Greystones Sailing Club J/122 Kaya won the DMYC's Kish Race on Dublin Bay today. 

Starting at Dun Laoghaire Harbour and racing to the Kish lighthouse and back, the course is approximately 28 km and attracted a 41-boat entry.

Second overall was ISORA champion Conor O'Higgins in the JPK 10.80 Rockabill VI with fellow ISORA racer John O'Goman in the Sunfast 3600, Hot Cookie third. 

Brendan Duffy's Carmen led the Ruffian 23 class with Fergus Mason leading in the Shipmans in Viking.

There was a great mix of sailing cruisers competing in the annual race around the Kiish including competitors in the Cruisers III Championships plus two of the three recently restored Dublin Bay 21s, Naneen and Garavogue

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The recently restored vintage Dublin Bay 21 Garavogue (Number 4) raced with the cruisers around the Kish lighthouse on Dublin BayThe recently restored vintage Dublin Bay 21 Garavogue (Number 4) raced with the cruisers around the Kish lighthouse on Dublin Bay

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