On March 15th, Gregor McGuckin will be talking to us about his entry in the Golden Globe race. He’ll be embarking on this race in June of this year, and the journey will take about 9 months, and cover over 55,000 km as he sails around the world. Gregor is the only Irish entrant in…Details
Please join us on March 8th for a night of opera at the DMYC. Joe Csibi will be your host.
On February 22nd, Harry Sterling of Sterling Sails will give a presentation discussing sail construction from a sail maker’s perspective. The talk covers sail shape and dynamics, the slot effect, sail balance, and general sail trim. The talk will review how the full suit of sails are constructed, and how they should work and perform…Details
As the colder air starts to bite, and the nights draw in, it can only mean that Christmas is coming! Santa will be coming to the DMYC on December 9th at 1400, and he’s looking forward to seeing all of you! The RNLI have graciously agreed to transport Santa to the DMYC, so he’ll be…Details
In stark contrast to last year where winds blew F7 to F8, the wind never got established and a paltry 3 to 5 knots ‘gusting’ 7 to 9 knots at the very most welcomed the competitors, some of which were really struggling to even cross the start line against a strong tide. 47 boats registered…Details
Dublin Bay Sailing Club (DBSC) Call for Volunteers Every week DBSC organises racing on 9 separate courses with an average of 6 classes competing in each. These races could not be held without the assistance of a significant number of volunteers. Each race requires the following voluntary personnel: • Race officer • Timekeeper • Visual…Details
The results for the Flying Fifteen East Coast Championships are in. Congratulations to Brian McKee and Ian Smith of Strangford Lough Yacht Club on their overall win. A PDF of the results is also available. Rank Fleet Sail No. Helm Name Crew Name Club R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 Total Nett 1st Gold 3892 Brian…Details