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Dublin Bay Sailing Club (DBSC) Yacht and Dinghy Race News and Results
Ruffian 23 Alias (D.Meeke/M.McCarthy) from the National Yacht Club was the DBSC race winner
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B21S - 1. BILLY WHIZZ (P SHANNON), 2. ISOLDE (B MULKEEN & J MARTIN), 3. YIKES (P CARROLL) COMBINED CRUISERS TUESDAY - 1. Powder Monkey (C Moore), 2. Windjammer (L Casey & D Power), 3. Elandra (J Conway) CRUISERS 3…
The International 12s and DBSC sail again in Dun Laoghaire on September 10th
Historic Boats
The third annual event in recent years, representing the revival of Ireland's first international class of dinghy, the International 12 and DBSC 12, will be held at the Royal St. George Yacht Club on September 10th 2017. Designed in 1912–despite…
Ronan Harris's J109 Jigamaree was third in DBSC Class One last night
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B21S - 1. VENTUNO (R FOGARTY), 2. SMALL WONDER (H KELLY & J MCSTAY), 3. YIKES (P CARROLL) B21S - 1. VENTUNO (R FOGARTY), 2. MARISSA XIV (FRANK ELMES), 3. YIKES (P CARROLL) BENETEAU 31.7 - 1. After You Too…
Running Wild (B & S Foley) a winner in last night's DBSC racing
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B21S - 1. YIKES (P CARROLL), 2. ISOLDE (B MULKEEN & J MARTIN), 3. BILLY WHIZZ (P SHANNON COMBINED CRUISERS TUESDAY - 1. Windjammer (L Casey & D Power), 2. Elandra (J Conway), 3. Powder Monkey (C Moore) CRUISERS 3…
The crew of Mermaid 189 Azeezy from left to right: Con Bissett, Sam Shiels and Eoin Boylan who won the National Championship title for the 2nd year in a row. Shown here with the Mermaid perpetual trophy
Mermaid
Following a tough, initial 4 days of racing at this year’s Dublin Bay Mermaid National Championship at Skerries Sailing Club the 2 remaining days saw the leaderboard again changing daily. Ultimately in what was a very close finish, reigning Champion…
An ancient class in the best of health. The Howth Seventeens Oona (left, Peter Courtney, built 1910), Isobel (Conor & Brian Turvey, built 1988) and Orla) (Ian Malcolm, built 2017) racing towards Ireland’s Eye in their Annual Championship on Saturday. In addition to their five race “National” Championship, the class provides about 60 club and regatta races in the course of the season
Howth YC
The Massey family’s 1907-built Deilginis of Howth Yacht Club has retained the Howth Seventeen Annual Championship after a five–race series concluded on Saturday with a countback following a points tie with the 1910-built Oona (Peter Courtney) writes W M Nixon.…
Beneteau 31.7 fleet racing on Dublin Bay
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B21S - 1. VENTUNO (R FOGARTY), 2. BILLY WHIZZ (P SHANNON) B21S - 1. VENTUNO (R FOGARTY), 2. BILLY WHIZZ (P SHANNON) BENETEAU 31.7 - 1. Extreme Reality (L Balfe), 2. Bluefin Two (M & B Bryson), 3. Levante (M.Leahy/J.Power)…
Asterix (Counihan & Meredith) was a DBSC Cruisers 3B winner
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B21S - 1. ISOLDE (B MULKEEN & J MARTIN), 2. VENTUNO (R FOGARTY), 3. YIKES (P CARROLL) B21S - 1. ISOLDE (B MULKEEN & J MARTIN), 2. VENTUNO (R FOGARTY), 3. YIKES (P CARROLL) BENETEAU 31.7 - 1. Extreme Reality…
Flying Fifteen crew register: The local fleet, now with 28 boats based in four locations around the harbour, has established an online crew register so that sailors looking for the close, exciting racing that the Fifteen has to offer can sign up with details of their skills and experience.
Flying Fifteen
Dun Laoghaire’s biggest one-design fleet sailing in Dublin Bay, the Flying Fifteens, have launched a search for competent crew to help get more boats out on the water. The local fleet, now with 28 boats based in four locations around…
Alias (D.Meeke/M.McCarthy) were Ruffian 23 race winners
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B21S - 1. ISOLDE (B MULKEEN & J MARTIN), 2. BILLY WHIZZ (P SHANNON), 3. VENTUNO (R FOGARTY) COMBINED CRUISERS TUESDAY - 1. Elandra (J Conway), 2. Windjammer (L Casey & D Power), 3. Hanse Off (J O'Gorman) CRUISERS 3…
The Gruffalo (K Poole) was the DBSC Flying Fifteen winner
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CRUISERS 0 - 1. Wow (George Sisk) CRUISERS 0 - 1. Wow (George Sisk) CRUISERS 3 - 1. Cartoon (McCormack/Brady/Lawless) CRUISERS 3 - 1. Cartoon (McCormack/Brady/Lawless) FLYING FIFTEEN - 1. The Gruffalo (K Poole), 2. As Good As It Gets…
Large Turnout in Flying Fifteen DBSC Series Race
Flying Fifteen
On a cloudy grey evening with stormy clouds hovering the Flying Fifteen fleet got more than they expected with strong force 4-5 winds from the west on Thursday evening. With no race last week, repaired DBSC Committee Boat Freebird was…
George Sisk's Farr 42 Wow from the Royal Irish Yacht Club
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B21S - 1. MARISSA XIV (FRANK ELMES), 2. SMALL WONDER (H KELLY & J MCSTAY), 3. ISOLDE (B MULKEEN & J MARTIN) B21S - 1. MARISSA XIV (FRANK ELMES), 2. YIKES (P CARROLL), 3. BILLY WHIZZ (P SHANNON) BENETEAU 31.7…
The Dun Laoghaire Regatta series had 19 entries including nine from the home waters and ten visitors from Northern Ireland, Scotland, England, the Isle of Man and local boats from Arklow and Waterford
Sigma
Are you Interested in Sailing or Buying a Sigma 33? Experience a sail at our Open Morning on Sunday, 24th September 2017 at the Royal St. George Yacht Club from  9.30–1.00 O’Clock Followed by finger food in the Club afterwards…
Fireball dinghy sailing on Dublin Bay – Lawton & Oram (15061) chasing Clancy & Byrne (to windward & partially hidden)
Fireball
In a break from the growing trend of setting windward-leeward courses on a Tuesday night for dinghy racing on Dublin Bay, OOD Ben Mulligan (Flying Fifteens) & the DBSC Race Management Team set Olympic courses for the August 1st DBSC Fleet…
Ruffian 23 Ruff Diamond (D.Byrne et al) was second in last night's DBSC race
DBSC
B21S - 1. ISOLDE (B MULKEEN & J MARTIN), 2. BILLY WHIZZ (P SHANNON), 3. YIKES (P CARROLL) COMBINED CRUISERS TUESDAY - 1. Windjammer (L Casey & D Power), 2. Jalapeno (P Barrington et al), 3. Elandra (J Conway) CRUISERS…

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