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Optimists Sailing Resumes

Hibernation ended for many of our optimist dinghies this week as we entered Phase 2 of Ireland’s reopening on June 8th.  Nineteen of our sailors are being coached, in groups of five or fewer, twice a week until the end of the month.  Briefings, rigging and launching look different from the norm as sailors comply […]

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Stay@Home Skippers and Members Webinar – Tuesday 19th May 2020

Start of the Season On Board Essential Equipment and Safety Checks Please join us via Zoom on Tuesday 19th May @ 20:00hrs when Eddie English of Sail Cork will give invaluable insight into those essential checks of our onboard equipment that we should all make before setting off to sea at the start of the […]

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Admiral’s update to Members Saturday 16th May 2020

  Dear Member, Following An Taoiseach’s announcement yesterday and our Club Executive Committee meeting this morning, I can now confirm that we have now published our Return to Sailing document, click here to view. On Monday next the outdoor staff will return to work and needless to say there is a mountain of work to get through to ensure that […]

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Calling all Royal Cork Keelboat Members

Tonight we begin the Virtual Sailing May Keelboat League at 20.00hrs Sharp for our Club Members. This is a fun event and we would welcome all Royal Cork Members to join. For new sailors, or for those who are unsure know how to log in, please join Rear Admiral Keelboats Daragh Connolly on Zoom for […]

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WbW#25 – Mirror Reflections

Of all the dinghy classes, the Mirror was by far the biggest in terms of participation. Here Peter O’Donovan reflects on those day’s when the twin crewed, pram bowed, gunter rigged, easily holed, red sailed dinghy reigned supreme. (more…)

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