Author: Jenny O'Connell

Club News: Bar Staff and Spring Clean Volunteers Wanted

Club Spring Clean

Preparations for the summer sailing season are getting underway at long last. We’re putting out a call for volunteers from 10am on Saturday April 17th to do some indoor painting and general clearing up.

Due to restrictions, we’re looking for a maximum of eight people, so please get in touch with Maria Kelly via text or WhatsApp on 087 6891598 if you’re available to help out.

 

Summer Bar Staff

Do you know of an enthusiastic, hard-working person looking for a summer job? We’re now recruiting bar staff for when the club reopens. Please send a CV to Maria at maria.kelly@newireland.ie

There was a lot of interest in this position last year, so get your applications in early.

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Special Offers: Early Bird Membership Offer Ending Soon and Good News for Multi-Boat Owners

We’re all hoping for good news soon for the resumption of outdoor sporting activities, and looking forward to an unforgettable season on the water in Dunmore East.
Make sure your family doesn’t miss out – there’s still time to renew your membership by March 31 to avail of the WHSC early bird voucher offer. All you need to do is renew and pay online by Wednesday March 31 2021 to claim bar vouchers of up to €50.
And there’s more good news for multi-boat families. For the 2021 season, you can now avail of an additional €50 club voucher credit for any 3rd and subsequent sailing dinghy parking space. This applies to dinghies parked in the shed or on the tarmac beside the club.
Contact Ronan Brazil at whscmembers@gmail.com with any queries.
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Upcoming Zoom event: Pat Lawless on his solo, non-stop, unassisted 30,000 miles around the world bid

If the idea of nine months at sea in a small boat, taking part in the longest, loneliest sporting event in the world, sounds appealing (and even if it doesn’t) you won’t want to miss this Zoom event on Wednesday February 17th at 7.30pm, featuring the fearless Pat Lawless, who plans to be the first Irish person to complete a non-stop, unassisted solo circumnavigation of the world.
This is a solo, non-stop round the world sailing race, unassisted by any technology other than a compass, sextant, the stars and sun; sailing in the spirit of Brendan the Navigator and Edward Conor Marshall O’Brien.  No Irish person has achieved this to date.

“I have always dreamed of sailing in a race solo around the world and when the affordable Golden Globe Race turned up I just had to go for it. The boat I have chosen, a Saltram Saga 36 is capable of winning, I can but try my best now,” Pat says.

Killaloe Sailing Club is hosting ‘Golden Globe Race 2022: Sailing Solo Unassisted Around the World’, a Zoom event with Pat, who will share his plans to undertake the Golden Globe Race in 2022.
Join via Zoom link:
Meeting ID: 850 9095 1785
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