Notice to all Cruiser-Racers Please note that due to a scheduling problem in the Naval Base, the Annual Naval Race will not take place on Saturday the 1st of September, as originally publicised.The race will instead take place on Saturday the 15th of September.Ronan Enright, Sailing Committee, 30th of August 2007.
Diana Kissane Howth YC Receives her award from Deirdre Tingle – Courtesy Gabrielle Morehead Amy Clarke Royal Cork Receives her award from Deirdre Tingle – Courtesy Gabrielle Morehead The 2007 Irish Musto Optimist Champion is Diana Kissane of Howth Yacht Club having come from behind to beat Alexander Rumball of the Royal St. George Yacht […]
Fleet A Keel Boats 2 Races are Scheduled Warning Signal for first start on Saturday will be at 13:55 hrs. Warning Signal for first start on Sunday will be at 11:55 hrs. Fleet B Dinghies 4 races are scheduled 1 discard will apply after 4 races. Warning Signal for first start on Saturday will be […]
You may have seen some new boats on the block at RCYC – The Fevas have arrived!! These new dinghys should fill the post Oppy gap so many of our younger sailors ( and parents ) have experienced looking for a cost effective, competitive 2+ sail dinghy. The Feva is an International Class, this status granted in […]
The Multihull Fleet in Cork comprises of two distinct groups at present, double and singlehanded, both ISAF recognised International development classes. Everyone races off the PY Handicap system, with the local combination of boats, it's basically first across the finish line, is the overall winner. Double Handed: Hobie Tiger This forms part of the growing […]
Mark O’Donovan, Nick Walsh and Rob Brownlow with their collection of trophies. The National 18's "Cock o'the North" event came to an end yesterday after a week of racing. Nick Walsh and crew Rob Brownlow and Mark O'Donovan on "Three Blind Mice" won the coveted "Cork Harbour Tophy" and took the overall honours in this […]
The Club caters for a vibrant and active cruiser/racer fleet. The large fleet is split into Class 1, Class 2, and Class 3, as well as the rapidly expanding Whitesail Class, which race without the use of spinnakers. This Class may be familiar to those from outside the club as the gentlemen’s class, which is […]
We are delighted to announce the launch of our news and features interactive section dedicated to the Motor Cruiser and general Power section of our club. The concept is to use this as a vehicle by which we can better network amongst ourselves in order to maximise the benefits of Club Membership. This link being […]