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Royal St. George Yacht Club (RSt.GYC), Dun Laoghaire News and Updates
Royal St. George's Michael O'Connor, Davy Taylor and Ed Cook are the SB20 'Corinthian' World Champions
Royal St. George's Michael O'Connor, Davy Taylor and Ed Cook are the SB20 'Corinthian' World Champions following today's final races in Cowes. The Dun Laoghaire boat, that is a regular top DBSC performer, fell back two places overnight to finish…
18 teams from around Ireland and the UK will be competing over two days
This weekend sees a high profile list of competitors taking part in team racing's Elmo Trophy, being held in the Royal St. George Yacht Club in Dun Laoghaire. This is the third year of the junior team racing event, named…
Michael O'Connor's Sin Bin (IRL3544) in the front row of an SB20 Worlds start on day three in Cowes yesterday
After five races sailed at the SB20 World Championships in Cowes, Royal St. George's Michael O'Connor, Davy Taylor and Ed Cook is up to seventh overall – just 14 points off the leader – in the highly competitive 79–boat fleet.…
The International 12s and DBSC sail again in Dun Laoghaire on September 10th
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…
Overall winner in the Laser Standard Finn Lynch (centre) is presented with his prize by (left) John Roche Admiral Royal Cork and sponsors Mark Whitaker of Volvo. Scroll down for photo gallery of prizewinners
As the Irish Laser Championships started so did it end with consistent sailing rewarding day one leaders with overall victory at Royal Cork Yacht Club this afternoon. Scroll down for Bob Bateman's prizegiving gallery. A mix of mist and downpours…
Johnny Durcan competing in day three of the Laser Nationals at Royal Cork Yacht Club. Scroll down for a gallery of photos of today's action
The scoreline's impressive but it belies the fact that on the water the National Yacht Club's Finn Lynch is not getting things all his own way at Royal Cork Yacht Club's Laser National Championships. A string of wins came to an…
Rio Olympian Finn Lynch leads at the Laser Nationals at Royal Cork Yacht Club. Scroll down for gallery
Ideal championship sailing conditions in Cork Harbour led to clear leaders emerging after day one and three races of the Laser National Championships at Royal Cork Yacht Club.  As expected, Rio rep Finn Lynch, Team Ireland's only sailor at the…
Team Racing Clinic At Royal St George YC Next Week
#TeamRacing - The Royal St George Yacht Club next week hosts a clinic in team racing — which is quickly gaining a reputation as Ireland’s most enjoyable and fastest growing type of sailing for teenagers.  Running from Monday 14 to…
Liam Glynn from Ballyholme is the 2017 Laser Leinster Champion in the Standard Rig
East coast sailors emerged top of the three Laser divisions after a very tricky day at sea at the Rush Sailing Club hosted Leinster Championships writes our special correspondent. Three races sailed bringing in a discard. Overall results, subject to protest,…
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
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…
Royal Cork's David Kenefick had the top Irish result at the Moth World Championships in Italy
A fine turnout of Irish Moth sailors were rewared yesterday with three gold fleet finishes at the high–calibre 220–boat Moth World Championshis on Lake Garda, Italy. Royal Cork's David Kenefick was top Irish with a 31st in the Gold fleet…
Sean Craig sailing IRL 2382 behind Finns Kristo Ounap and Ants Haavel, and Britain’s John Warburton
#RSAero - It’s a seventh-place finish for Sean Craig in the Aero 7 at the Rooster RS Aero Worlds in France. After a gruelling 15 races over five days, the third discard kicked in – allowing Germany’s Marcus Walther and…
The Irish Optimist sailing team at Dublin Airport, early this morning, on their way to Bulgaria
The Irish Optimist Sailing team are on their way to Burgas, Bulgaria to take part in the European Championships. Two hundred and fifty sailors will participate in the week-long event with ten races expected from 30th July to 5th August. The…
Sean Craig sailing IRL 2382 at Carnac
#RSAero - Sean Craig, Ireland’s lone entry in the Rooster RS Aero Worlds, is currently in fifth place in the Aero 7 division after three days of racing at the Yacht Club de Carnac in France. As of yesterday evening…
Full on – Laser 4.7s start a race in testing conditions in Belgium
The Irish Laser 4.7 ISA squad have arrived home from the World Championships in Belgium. It proved to be a great learning experience for the Irish team many of whom were competing in their first international Laser event. The wind…
There was a sole Irish entry from the Royal St George Yacht Club at the UK SB20 Nationals on the Solent
The SB20 UK Nationals were hosted by the Royal Southern Yacht Club in Hamble-le-Rice from 21st – 23rd July. The racecourse in the Solent used for the event is the same racecourse expected to be used for the upcoming SB20…

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