Mitsubishi Motors Ireland last night presented the magnificent wheel trophy for the Irish Sailing Club of the Year 2018, to the National Yacht Club at an award ceremony in the Club, last night (8 May 2018) The Trophy was made 40 years ago for the initial awarding of the “Irish Sailing Club of the Year” and over that last 21 years, Mitsubishi Motors Ireland have generously sponsored the coveted award.
We have just opened the nipper’s course to potential members as their one course to try (once per family). The course cost €100, But there will be an additional charge for this courses of €50 ONLY 3 PLACES LEFT
In May and June every year the Club runs coaching sessions one evening a week for Minors from 6 to 8 years old.
This is very popular and is a great way, particularly for children and parents to make new friends.
The sailing is done in Optimists and no boat is required. Come and try some fun sailing no boat needed.
Starting on Wednesday 16th of May for 6 weeks (until 20th June) and running from 1730 to 1930.
By popular demand, we are organising another 1st Aid course on Saturday 26th May 2018.
Venue: National Yacht Club
PLACES ARE LIMITED TO 12 ON A FIRST COME FIRST SERVED BASIS
Cost: €70.00 per person including first aid manual and certificate. Click here to register
Come along and support your fantastic chefs in the mater Marinator competition
this takes place on Friday 11th May 2018 @ 7.30pm price is €35.00 per person
watch as Susan Spain, Barry O'Sullivan and Mark Doyle go head to head to create an amazing three course meal. They have chosen their menu and with a little help from our fantastic head chef Cormac Healy they will hopefully produce a fantastic meal that wins them the title of Master Marinator!!!
For bookings contact Tim or Louise 2805725
The first event of the IODAI 2018 calendar is the Ulster’s. This year we are delighted to have the event hosted by Malahide Yacht Club.
The Ulster’s are taking place over the weekend of May 19th & 20th.
Entries are now open for the Ulster’s and we would encourage you to enter as soon as possible.
- Entry for the Ulsters is €60:00 and the early entry fee closes at 10pm (sharp) on Friday 4th From May 4th the fee goes up to €120:00
- Final closing date is Wed 9th May, at 10pm sharp
- Open to: Regatta Fleet/ Snr Fleet/ Jnr Fleet
So don’t miss out and enter today!
Congratulations to Hugh O'Connor and Natasha Hemeryck who came first and second respectively at the Traveller in the RNIYC on Sunday 29th April. Conditions were very good with a consistent breeze and plenty of sunshine and a strong fleet of 48 sailors from all over the country.
A new and revised Code of Practice for the Safe Operation of Recreational Craft booklet was published by the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport in November 2017.
The Code of Practice is a valuable source of information, advice and best practice operational guidance for owners, masters, operators and users of a range of pleasure and recreational craft operating in Irish coastal and inland waters. It also includes updated information on relevant legislation that applies to recreational craft and should be of interest and benefit to our Club members. For more detail on the content and structure of the Code of Practice, please see Marine Notice No. 9 of 2018 which is available on the Department’s website here.
A useful Checklist of Basic Safety Requirements and Advice can be found on page 5 of the Code and is also attached as an Annex to the Marine Notice.
All recreational craft users are encouraged to familiarise themselves with the Code and to heed the safety advice and recommendations including the need to take personal responsibility for their actions on the water.
Click here to download the full document (or by Chapter)