Category: News

Thanks to all who helped putting all the Dinghies in

Last Sunday brought out a team of young and old to empty the Dinghy Park ahead of Storm Ophelia.

Many thanks to Dave for organizing it and all the volunteers.

All boats are now safely in the boathouse and we will start cleaning them up and preparing them for next season

If you have some time we will be calling on you during the winter !

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Reminder to remove boats from the Dinghy Park

Important reminder :

All boats have to be removed from the boat park by Friday this week.

All boats left behind will be moved to the synchro-lift compound of the

Harbour Master and when costs have been paid,returned.

If you know of anybody with a boat in this area tell them asap !

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Pirates Night a Great Success

Congratulations to Ian, Eileen, Sara and Cormac for organising a great night for young and old.

The evening was organised to mark the end of the Dinghy season but of course open to all. With facepainters, dressing up and delicious food it was a great night. The children had a ball. Pirates Dave, Ian, Yvonne, Declan, Kim were there to keep the crew under control.

Thanks all for a great night.

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Cruiser racing is hard work!

Some cruisers are preparing for next season already and with the transfer season now open Flyover has started to place some of its crew on the transfer list.

Lets have a look at what they have involved; Hard working. Alert crew available. …

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Last Day of Sailing for September Series Great Success


Saturday 30th of September saw the last of the September series sailing.

14 Oppies on the water and for some of them, this was the first solo sail after sailing the Oppies initially double handed.

The idea of the series was to extend the season and to give our young sailors more time on the water. With the assistance of Dave Marsden, Andrea Quinlan and Barry McConnell as rescue coordinator

it was a safe event. Many parents assisted on the water and on the shore which made it a real family sailing morning.

There was an Optimist September series Trophy to be sailed as well and honours for this trophy went to Julia McConnell

Our congratulations to Julia and to the parents our thanks for all their help !

 

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Outdoor Dinghy Parking – Reminder: Time to Remove


For those with dinghies in the outdoor parking. We would like to remind you that boats must be removed by this Saturday.

We hope you understand that the outdoor dinghy parking is a leased area, if we abuse the lease we risk loosing our lease rights for next year (others parties have expressed an interest in obtaining the lease on this area). The club lease runs strictly from April 1st – September 30th each year. It would be a great shame if the club lost access to this convenient location.

We thank you for your kind co-operation and understanding in this matter.

 

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Last Cruiser Race of the Season

We managed to stretch the cruiser racing season to the 21st of September ! Flyover, Monkey Business and Orient Express were pushing each other for the last time for the Honours. Dave Marsden had set out a course the incorperated every buoy in the bay and created plenty of challenges. Thanks to Dave all cruisers had a great season and to our Race mark Sponsors Toyota Waterford, Irish Tubes and Fittings, Dunmore Storage and McWilliams sailmakers.

See you all back in May and good luck if you are going to the October League!

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Ye be warned!. Pirate night for dinghy scallywags 30th of September.

Avast ye lily-livered scurvy dogs.

Mark your ships log for Saturday 30th of September, we be havin’ a bash for all the dinghy scallywags.
All Buckaneers, Landlubbers and Sprogs welcome.

Put on your finest pirate attire matey (dress-up if ye dare).

Ye old shin-dig will start at 19:00 sharp.
Sit-down for grub from the lass Paula Prendiville with a fine choice of chicken or beef on the menu.
Movie Pirates of the Caribbean to follow for all sprogs.
€10 kids, €15 Adults.

If ye want a place text gentleman o’fortune Ian Doolin on 086-8136193.

There’s a black spot if ye don’t come.

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