ONLINE ENTRY OPEN Racing most Sundays in Dublin Bay or in Dun Laoghaire Harbour from 2nd November 2014 to 22nd March 2015. First Gun 1357 hours. Classes will include PY, Laser, RS (200&400), and Fireballs. Entries limited to 120 max on a first come first served basis! ENTRY FEE IS €100 FOR JUNIORS, €150.00 FOR SINGLE-HANDED…Details
Please be advised that on or about Tuesday 2 September 2014, or as soon thereafter as circumstances permit, the light characters at both Dun Laoghaire Marina West Breakwater and Dun Laoghaire Marina East Breakwater will be altered as noted below. Furthermore these new lights will be synchronised with each other and daymarks will be installed.
The Marina West Breakwater light (A 5877.4) in position
53 18.02 N WGS 84
06 08.15 W WGS 84
will be altered to Fl G 2s
At the same time a Green Cone daymark will be installed.
The Marina East Breakwater light (A 5877.5) in position
53 17.98 N WGS 84
06 08.28 W WGS 84
will be altered to Fl R 2s
At the same time a Red Can daymark will be installed.
No further notice will issued.
DMYC, on behalf of Simon Coate, Harbour Master.
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 Regatta What a day! Sun AND wind in almost equal measure to make the DMYC 2014 the most successful and possibly enjoyable regatta in a long time. We had 120 boats competing in 28 different classes and, thanks to our Race Officers and committee boats; they had a competitive and enjoyable day. We…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.