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Dinghy Pursuit Race – Friday 21st June 2019

  The Royal Cork National 18 Class have organized an event for all RCYC monohull dinghy classes to showcase the variety and vibrance of dinghy sailing in Crosshaven. The support of all the dinghy classes at RCYC is acknowledged in forming this concept event. The format of the competition is a Pursuit Race under defined […]

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Youth Nationals 2019

The Irish Sailing Youth Nationals were held at the club on April 25th to 28th last. Unfortunately, with a Status Red (Storm Hannah) weather warning in place for a large part of the event – it looked like it would be a big struggle to ensure that all the fleets would get a series in […]

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Club Dinghy’s race for Miss Betty and Dognose Trophies next weekend (23rd June)

The Dognose and Miss Betty Trophy races will be run jointly on Saturday 23rd of June. The Dognose Trophy is open to monohull dinghies with a PY number of 1142 (Laser Radial) or less – Class 1. The Miss Betty Trophy is open to dinghies with a PY higher than 1142 – Class 2. First […]

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Nick Bendon of CH Marine, Paul O’Regan Harbour Master with Port of Cork, Vice Admiral RCYC Pat Farnan, Sarah McKeown of Port of Cork, Event Chairman Nicolas O’Leary, Rear Admiral Dinghies RCYC Stephen O’Shaughnessy.

Cork Dinghy Fest 2017 official launch at the Royal Cork Yacht Club

    The official launch of Cork Dinghy Fest took place in the Royal Cork Yacht Club on Thursday 1st June, with representatives from event sponsors, CH Marine, Zhik and the Port of Cork all present. Chairman for the event Nicholas O’Leary was accompanied by Royal Cork Yacht Club Vice Admiral Pat Farnan and Rear […]

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