Fellow sailors, We had a most enjoyable cruise down to Greystones on Monday. We managed on short notice to have four boats with eleven crew participating. The Beach House won out again with dining alfresco. Another short-notice trip: The suggestion came up that some of us might depart for Howth; next Tuesday morning, leaving by…Details
For children aged 8-17 with physical and sensorial disabilities The waterfront clubs – DMYC, National Yacht Club, Royal Irish Yacht Club, and Royal St George Yacht Club – have again combined to run this programme in Dún Laoghaire during the summer of 2017. Programme Introductory Day (Come and Try it!) – Sunday 11th June at…Details
DMYC member Michal Matulka is organising a sailing trip to Poland for the end of September. Masuria is a region in northern Poland famous for its 2000 lakes. Before the end of World War 2, it was mostly inhabited by Polish-speaking (Mazurian dialect) Lutheran Masurians and constituted a part of East Prussia. Masuria occupies much…Details
Well, another winter season of racing has come and gone. Some days have been blown out, some have had the opposite problem, and yesterday.. well yesterday was lovely wind and some fantastic sunshine. Full results are available. Congratulations to Colin Galavan from the RIYC (1st overall in PY), Gary O’Hare from the RSGYC (1st overall…Details
Our Lift-In dinner will be held on April 1st. Please contact Karin to book your place.
Lift-in will happen on the weekend of the 8th and 9th of April. The order has been posted in the club, and all members with boats being lifted in are asked to be on time, if not early.
Thank you to the RNLI crew for delivering Santa to the DMYC this Saturday gone; the reindeer are most appreciative too, as salt water doesn’t mix well with their fur. This evening, December 22nd, we invite members and guests to come down for a glass of mulled wine and a mince pie before we close…Details
This Tuesday just gone Attila Védő, a member of the DMYC and Sailing In Dublin, set sail for new horizons. A long-standing club member, Joe Csibi, gave Attila a sextant and trumpet solo as parting gifts. Attila came to Ireland from Szarvas, Hungary just over 10 years ago. Attila had experience of kayaking on Hungary’s rivers and…Details