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Kinsale Yacht Club Frostbites Ends, March Sailing League for Cruisers Beckons

11th March 2019
Kinsale Yacht Club Frostbites Ends, March Sailing League for Cruisers Beckons

There was no Kinsale Yacht Club Custom Rigging Frostbite racing yesterday due to high winds writes Dave O'Sullivan.

The overall positions at the end of the series are below.

The next KYC event is the Frank Godsell sponsored March League scheduled for Monday 18th March, Sunday 24th March and Sunday 31st March. This is a Cruiser Class open event for “all in” Spinnaker and White Sail - FG 1125 HRS each day.

Squibs

1 Allegro (Colm Dunne & Rob Gill)
2 Outlaw (Ian Travers & Keith O’Riordan)
3 Badger (Jeff Condell & Jeff Cochrane).

Squibs (ECHO)

1. Allegro (Colm Dunne & Rob Gill)
2. Sibu (Geraldine & Denis Kieran)
3. Sedition (Neil Prendeville & Dominic Falvey)

Lasers

1. Dorothy Matthews 4.7
2. Robert McGarvey Radial
3. Rory Carroll 4.7

Toppers

1. Hannah Akerlind
2. Rachel Akerlind
3. Francesca Lewis

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Dave O'Sullivan is Commodore of Kinsale Yacht Club

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Kinsale Yacht Club located in Kinsale, County Cork lies just 120 nautical miles from Wales, 240 from North West France and only 500 from the Galician Coast of North Spain.

Kinsale Yacht Club is only a few minutes walk from every shop, hotel, pub and restaurant in Ireland’s gourmet capital but most significantly it is only 30 km by road from Cork, Ireland’s second city, and between the two lies one the region’s main assets - Cork International Airport - with its daily links to many European capitals.

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The club welcomes new members and has always got room on its members’ yachts for new comers to the sport.

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