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Adult Sailing Resumes & Clubhouse Reopens For Takeaway

The Government published the latest set of public health measures on Thursday April 29th and Irish Sailing have since published their interpretation of the measures. Thankfully, our sport is a Low Risk Activity and this means our on the water activity can now begin to return to normal. (more…)

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COVID Measures Update

Following the Government’s announcement on Thursday, Irish Sailing are now working with Sport Ireland on the implications of the various public health measures and will publish guidance by Friday evening, 7th May. Until further guidance is available, the current measures will remain in place which see the marina open, ferry operating and kids back training. We will update […]

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Easter Hunt

An Easter hunt for members has been set out in the Yacht Club and will run until the end of the Easter mid-term break on Sunday 11th April. (more…)


Cork300 Award Nomination

In the Admiral’s video update last week, he announced that the club has been nominated as a finalist in the Tourism, Culture and Events category of the CBA Awards 2020. This is a big honour for the club and great recognition for our club partners without whose support we would struggle to put on so […]

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Skills For Life – Module Preferences

As part of the Youth Pathway launch, we sought expressions of interest in the Skills For Life programme. This programme will provide youth sailors of all ages up to 25 with fundamental skills of sailing and boating. (more…)

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505 World Championships Return To Cork

The Royal Cork Yacht Club is proud to announce that it will host the 2022 5O5 World Championship, which will take place in Cork, Ireland from 1st -13th August, 2022. More than 120 crews from over 15 nations are expected to descend on the village of Crosshaven in Cork to compete for the title of […]

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