Notice of Race Sundays September 7, 14 (Kish Race), 21, 28, & October 5 (Five Races) 1. Rules and Eligibility Races will be sailed under the Racing Rules of Sailing (RRS), the prescriptions of the Irish Sailing Association (ISA), the rules of each class concerned and this Notice of Race except as modified by…Details
The DMYC Summer BBQ is taking place on Saturday August 16th from 4.30pm onwards. We hope to see as many members as possible, in particular our new members, as well as friends and family and of course our Saturday racers. Everybody is welcome. This is our final chance to get everybody together for a fun…Details
Our thanks to Joe Fallon for taking these photos, and making them available to us.
Thank you to all of the competitors (over 115 of you!) who raced with us for our regatta on the Saturday gone; without your passion for racing in Dublin Bay, we’d have no regatta! We’d also like to thank our sponsor, SSE Airtricity, the DBSC and their crews, our volunteers, our catering staff, and the…Details
The biennial DMYC Regatta, sponsored by SSE Airtricity, will be held on June 28th, 2014, and hopefully the weather from this week (bar the light breezes) will hang around and provide us all with a glorious day. Racing on the water starts shortly after 11:00, and we’ll have a programme of onshore entertainment and BBQ…Details
The Spanish Training Ship “Juan Sebastian de Elcano” will be visiting Dublin from Saturday 7th to Thursday 12th June. The “Elcano” is a 113 meters long four-masted schooner, the third largest tall ship in the world. It was built in Cádiz (Spain) in 1928 and has visited 152 ports in more than 70 countries. Its…Details
The annual Poolbeg Blessing of the Boats will take place this Sunday, 18th May. For all members interested in taking part, we’re proposing a gathering at 10:30 AM on Sunday, a sail across to the port entrance, and then motoring up to Poolbeg to join in the ceremony. Please dress your boat for the occasion,…Details
On behalf of the Club and the Committee, I’d like to extend our thanks to everyone who came down to the DMYC for our Sail Spree / Open Day event yesterday. We hope you enjoyed your time with us, and that we’ll see you again. To our volunteers – thank you for providing your time, boats and expertise on a bank holiday; we couldn’t have done this without you.
See you on the water!
Honorary Secretary, DMYC
A new annual award to recognise the outstanding contribution by junior sailors was launched yesterday by Bob Geldof KBE at the DYMC. The DMYC “Bob Geldof Spirit of Sailing” Memorial Award is named in honour of the late Bob Geldof, father of Bob Geldof KBE.Details