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DMYC Frostbite Co-ordinator, Neil Colin presides over today’s prize-giving
The fifth round of the DMYC-hosted Frostbites provided the fleet with the most challenging conditions yet and even then what was forecast didn’t really materialise. On Friday at the Fireball dinner and prize-giving the speculation was that we mightn’t get…
The DMYC dinghy fleet race course at Dun Laoghaire
The fourth round of the 2018/19 DMYC dinghy Frostbite Series offered to be a healthy affair with a projected forecast of 10 – 14 knots from the east, a bit of sunshine and an air temperature of 6/7⁰. After a…
PY Race three winner, Frank Miller
With the Irish Universities having a 70th team racing event in Dun Laoghaire Harbour over the weekend, with 71 races completed on Saturday and various training initiatives taking place inside (and outside) the harbour, Race Officer Neil Colin (Fireball) was…
DMYC Frostbite Race winners, Wayfarer sailors Miriam McCarthy (left) and Monika Schaefer
‘Louis is coming to get us" exclaimed Noel Butler to crew Stephen Oram. Looking over his shoulder he was watching the young Thompson brothers, Daniel and Harry, and perhaps a ghost, closing in rapidly during the second PY race in…
48th DMYC Frostbite Series Gets Underway in Dun Laoghaire Harbour
The 48th hosting of the Dun Laoghaire Motor Yacht Club’s Frostbite Series got underway yesterday, Sunday 4th November with an entry of 93 boats confirmed during the morning of the first Sunday. This represents a huge increase from last year…
54 Laser dinghies across three divisions will contest Sunday's DMYC Frostbites Series
54 Lasers across three divisions, out of 86 overall entries to date has prompted a rethink of starts for tomorrow's first race of the DMYC Frostbite Series in Dun Laoghaire Harbour. An amendment to the Sailing Instructions has been made and…
National Yacht Club’s Mark Lyttle (a one time keen DMYC Frostbiter when he was living in Dublin) was crowned champion on home waters at the recent Laser Master Worlds
More than 40 Lasers have been registered thus far for the DMYC Frostbites, with entries still open online ahead of the series kickoff this Sunday 4 November. The tally of 46 pledged for the latest Dublin Bay winter series is…
Entries Growing Steadily For DMYC Frostbites
Entries for the Dun Laoghaire Motor Yacht Club's Dinghy Frostbite series due to commence on Sunday 4 November are growing steadily and are still open at www.dmyc.ie. The Notice of Race was published earlier this month. To date the latest…
Racing for centreboard monohull dinghies will be one design for the Lasers and based on PH handicaps for the mixed dinghy fleet
The DMYC has published the Notice of Race and online entry system here for its long-running Winter Dinghy Frostbite Series on Dublin Bay. In response to feedback from competitors over the past three seasons, gathered from a survey earlier in the…
Racing to the Kish had extra significance today for a 38-boat fleet on Dublin Bay
Despite the stormy past week and uncertain forecasts, another special day's sailing on Dublin Bay was completed today with the DMYC Kish Race merged into the start of the Leinster 100 Commemoration  writes Neil Colin. The day saw Hot Cookie…
The 2016 DMYC Kish Race departs Dun Laoghaire in breezy conditions
Holding their nerve in the face of forecast stormy conditions for the weekend, the DMYC in Dun Laoghaire now report the weather conditions now look very favourable (if a bit wet) for the last major event on Dublin Bay this…
Andrew Algeo's J109 Juggerknot is the DMYC'King of the Bay'
Andrew Algeo's J109 Juggerknot continues its winning run this season adding the DMYC 'King of the Bay' title to last weekend's Howth Yacht Club Wave Regatta triumph in Class One IRC. Dawn broke, and the club web camera showed a sea…
Entries for the DMYC Regatta 2018 have been brisk over recent days ranging from J109’s to Lasers, with the regular Dublin Bay One Design classes such as Ruffians (pictured above), Flying Fifteens and Shipmans are well represented
DMYC kicks off the 2018 Dun Laoghaire Regatta season this Saturday with their “King of the Bay” regatta. It looks as if the weather gods are still favouring this weekend's sailing activities, with a Northeasterly, 10–knots forecast and a likelihood…
The Class One XP 33 Bon Exemple from the Royal Irish Yacht Club is one of the cruiser type yachts that qualifies to race in the DMYC's King of the Bay Coastal Race on June 9
June is Dun Laoghaire Waterfront Regatta season for the town's four yacht clubs and the DMYC, who is first up, has launched its regatta with the opening of an online entry system. The DMYC, based at the town's West Pier,…
Shirley Gilmore (Royal St George Yacht Club) was the Winner in the Laser Frostbites Overall. Scroll down for more prizewinning photos below
“In the summertime……….when the weather is hot”. To paraphrase the words of Mungo Jerry, with the arrival of summertime, the sailing was hot! British and therefore Irish Summertime arrived in Dun Laoghaire with a pleasant blue sky day for what…
Noel Butler has an unassailable lead in the DMYC Frostbites
When sailors arrived to rig for the DMYC Dinghy Frostbites on Sunday the wind was considerably less than the 6-12 knots promised by Windguru but by the time boats got afloat an encouraging 8 knots plus ENE had kicked in.…

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