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The National 18 Class Irish Championships will take place this weekend in the R.C.Y.C.Following on from the largest British and Irish Championships in Recent years a great turn out is expected with a number of boats even travelling to Cork from overseas. The Notice of Race can be found on the National 18 Page.Entry Forms […]

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Calling all Motor Cruisers

Motor Cruiser Captain Brendan Cronin would like to invite all currently involved or interested in Motor Boats to an informal drinks reception on Saturday September the "Upper Deck" at 19.00hrs. Your ideas and suggestions for this rapidly expanding sector of the club would be very welcome.Looking forward to seeing you there. (more…)

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Saturday Night At the Marquee

Saturday Night at the Marquee Saturday 8th September Head Chef Craig Crowley and his team are creating a five course menu in the beautiful surroundings of an exclusive marquee on the lawn.  With Frank Maguire and the Likely Lads to entertain you, it is no surprise that this evening is selling out fast.  A limited […]

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Naval Race

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.

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Royal Cork Crew win 2007 National 18 Class Championships.

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 […]

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