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National YC Hosts End Of Season Race This Thursday

5th September 2017
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#NYC - The National Yacht Club’s End of Season fun race takes place this Thursday 7 September, open to all yachts and dinghies owned or helmed by a member of the NYC.

Entry is free, however the club will be running a fundraiser on the day for the RNLI and its vital lifeboat services.

The course will be shown on a noticeboard in the club prior to the race. Subject to suitable weather, it is planned to race from the harbour to a course in Dublin Bay and back.

Dinghies, Moths, Mermaids and Flying 15s will start at 6.30pm, followed by Ruffians, Shipmans and Crusier 3s at 6.35pm; 31.7s, Sigma 33s and Cruiser 5s at 6.40pm; and Cruisers 0-2, Lasers, SB20s and mixed sportboats at 6.45pm.

The start and finish will be within the harbour between the bandstand and an inflatable mark. Races will be started by using Rule 26 with the warning signal five minutes before the start.

Prizes will be awarded from 9.30pm in the club house for line honours, class winners and on handicap at the complete discretion of the NYC Sailing Committee.

Registration for the End of Season race is available on the NYC website HERE.

Reservations are also available for the NYC Junior Section’s Golden Jubilee ‘Big Reunion’ party from 7.30pm on Saturday 30 September.

The party is open to all over 18 who have been involved in the Junior Section as sailors, parents and instructors over the last 50 years.

Meanwhile, though the season might be ending, racing continues at the NYC — especially for 420 crews, as previously reported on Afloat.ie.

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MacDara Conroy

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