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Royal Cork 29er fleet continue winning way’s!

The “29er Ulster Championship 2018” was held at Ballyholme Yacht Club last weekend in Northern Ireland. The double-handed event, called the “Weekend of Speed”, included advanced skiffs like the 29er, 49er and catamaran multihulls. In the 29er class, the Royal Cork Yacht Club sent four skiffs that earned the top four spots at the event. […]

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2018 Royal Cork Navy Race – Saturday 15th September

The 2018 Royal Cork Naval Race is always a very well supported event and this year it is part of the SCORA Cork Harbour league. We look forward to seeing you all on the water. FG is 11.55am and the start area will be near No. 9 to facilitate boats that are traveling from MBSC, CSC […]

Liam Duggan gets to bring the fantastic Senior Silver "Currabinny" trophy back to the Royal Cork

A wet and windy weekend in West Kerry

The Optimist fleet travelled to Tralee Bay Sailing Club for the last event of the year at the weekend. It was another test of character; Saturday had rain, breeze, big chop, a long trek to the racecourse all of which took their toll on the fleet.  Sunday was a little more pleasant – the sun […]

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Irish Laser Nationals at Lough Derg

Over 30 sailors and families travelled to Dromineer, Co Tipperary last week to compete at the Irish Laser Nationals.  The event was hosted by Lough Derg Yacht Club and our club sailors were spread across all fleets and age categories. The conditions varied from no wind to gusting 30 knots over the four days.  Race […]

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Skippers & Members Club Evening

Wednesday 3rd October 2018 Sailing to the Edge of Time: The Promise, the Challenge and the Freedom of Ocean Voyaging,  John’s Kretschsmer, world renowned cruising sail sailor, will be coming to talk to the Skippers and Members Club. Johns talk will mirror his new book, Sailing to the Edge of Time: The Promise, the Challenge […]

(left to right) Gavin Deane General Manager (RCYC), Victoria Tammadge General Manager Fota House and Gardens, Admiral Pat Farnan (RCYC), Anne O'Donoghue CEO Irish Heritage Trust and Dermot Burns Club Archivist, (RCYC) at the celebration of the homecoming of the long-lost portrait of John Smith Barry at Fota House, Fota Island.  The painting was jointly acquired by Fota House in collaboration with the Royal Cork Yacht Club (RCYC).


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 (left to right) Gavin Deane General Manager (RCYC) Victoria Tammadge General Manager Fota House and Gardens Admiral Pat Farnan RCYC) Anne O'Donoghue CEO Irish Heritage Trust and Dermot Burns Club Archivist, RCYC) at the celebration of the homecoming of the long-lost portrait of John Smith Barry at Fota House, Fota Island.  The painting was jointly acquired by Fota House in collaboration with the Royal Cork Yacht Club (RCYC).

JOHN ‘THE MAGNIFICENT’ SMITH BARRY RETURNS HOME

The homecoming of the long-lost portrait of John ‘The Magnificent’ Smith Barry was celebrated recently at Fota House, Fota Island.  The painting was jointly acquired by the Royal Cork Yacht Club in collaboration with Fota House when it was auctioned at Chiswick’s auction house in London earlier this year. “We at Fota House & Gardens […]

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