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Dublin Bay Sailing Club (DBSC) Yacht and Dinghy Race News and Results
Persistence Pays off in DBSC White Sail Fleet
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Westerly winds gusting to over 10 knots provided ample breeze for the first Dublin Bay Sailing Club Thursday race of the season. Colin Galavan's Design Security was the winner in a large turnout of  SB3s and Charles Broadhead's Persistence was…
Familiar Names at Front of 2010 DBSC Fleet
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Winds gusting to 26–knots ushered in the 2010 Dublin Bay Sailing Club Summer season this afternoon for a combined fleet of up to 300 yachts sailing on Dublin Bay. Inspite of new course configurations and some new race marks there were…
Dublin Bay Sailing Club Unveil New Courses Tomorrow
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Dublin Bay Sailing Club (DBSC) has unveiled a range of new courses for its new summer sailing season, the biggest in the country, that starts tomorrow. Arising out of congestion on Thursday's evening races the club has been motivated to…
DBSC to Present 90 Cups and 116 Prizes
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90 Cups–some up to 100 years old–will be presented at Dublin Bay Sailing Club's annual prizegiving this Friday night in a celebration of sailing at the Royal Marine Hotel. 1665 members raced in four separate series and up to 116…
Peridot Wins Opening DBSC Round
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With 75 boats racing for in its first outing last Sunday now there is a real prospect that the Viking Marine DBSC Turkey Shoot Sailing Series will make 100 entries for the first time. The spectacle of boats racing in…
Light Air End to DBSC 2009 Season
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There was a light air end to the 2009 Dublin Bay Sailing Club season at the weekend when the 300-boat sailing fleet dealt with a flood tide and fickle gradients with no hope of a sea breeze. Vincent Farrell's Tsunami…
Wow in top form in DBSC
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Wow in top form in DBSC

13th September 2009
George Sisk's WOW from the Royal Irish YC was in top form for the light northerly winds and the third last Saturday race of the Dublin Bay Sailing Club season. Filled with sails the bay was also playing host to…
DBSC Results for Thursday 29th August
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Dublin Bay Sailing Club results Beneteau 31.7 Echo – 1 Levante, B. Leyden/M. Leahy, 2 Prima Nocte, Patrick Burke, 3 Prospect, Chris Johnston. Beneteau 31.7 – 1 Magic, D. O'Sullivan/D. Espey, 2 Prospect, Chris Johnston, 3 Levante, B. Leyden/M. Leahy.…
Pippa IV first Sigma at DBSC Tuesday
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DUBLIN PORT Dublin Bay Sailing Club Results for 25 AUGUST 2009  Cruisers 1 – 1 Powder Monkey, C. Moore/M. Byrne, 2 Lula Belle, Liam Coyne. Cruisers 2 – 1 Borraine, Ean Pugh, 2 Red Rhum, J. Nicholson. Cruisers 3 –…
Season's DBSC end draws close
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It's the beginning of the end tomorrow, with DBSC hosting the last of the Tuesday night dinghy races on Dublin Bay, and a tribute to the late John Biggs, a long-serving DBSC volunteer who passed away earlier in the year. …
Cruisers out in force for Saturday DBSC Racing
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A busy Saturday for Dublin Bay Sailing Club – lots of racing in near-perfect conditions brought out the best in Extremity, Tiamat, Something Else and Gung Ho, to name but a few. Full results over the fold. DUBLIN PORT Dublin…
Avalon's day at Dublin Bay
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Thursday sailing at Dublin Bay took place in 12–15kt easterlies, with Avalon, Contango and Supernova taking two firsts in their respective classes. Please note: the final dinghy sailing supper of the season will take place in the DMYC immediately after racing…
Meeke's Alias DBSC Tuesday Ruffian winner
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The sun appeared several times during Dublin Bay Sailing Club's Tuesday racing, with the usual suspects doing well in their respective sailing classes. Full results overleaf. DUBLIN PORT Dublin Bay Sailing Club Results for 18 AUGUST 2009  Cruisers 2 –…
Goodbody to the fore in DBSC heavy wind race
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Westerly winds gusting to 25 knots brought some of the best sailing conditions of the season to Dublin Bay on Saturday. With only six races left to the end of the DBSC 2009 season points are adding up across the…
Shannagh Tops the DBSC Ruffians
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A full tide and light southerly winds gently swept Shannagh (S.Gill/P.MacDiarmada) to a win in tonight's Dublin Bay Sailing Club Ruffian race. Second in the Ruffian race was Larry Power's Paramour. The combined cruiser and one design classes headed south…
Alias wins Dublin Bay Sailing Club Race
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Flat seas but gusty south west wind sailing greeted tonight's DBSC fleet. In the Ruffian 23 class it was David Meeke and Martin McCarthy's Alias that won from Larry Power's Paramour. The Sting Brenda Maguire was third. Full results over…

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