Dawn broke, and the club web camera showed a sea as smooth as glass. Dublin Bay Buoy reported 1 knot, gusting 2. Would the forecast come true? Windy.com was reporting a possibility of as high as 9 knots, easterly. Race officers, RIB crews, timekeepers, shore support – all volunteers – started rolling in to the…Details
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With the sailing season open for business, the DMYC Regatta will be held on June 9th with first gun at 11:25 AM for anything other than a dinghy, and at noon for dinghies. The Notice of Race is below, and can also be downloaded. You can enter the race, as well as find all updates…Details
There was a useful discussion down in the club on Thursday last to agree next cruises to be undertaken. There was a consensus that we should also take notice of cruises organised by partner clubs or the Cruising Association of Ireland (CAI). The following cruises were agreed, beginning with the ‘Blessing of the Boats’ and…Details
Cruising-in-company has now become an established, happy and high profile part of the Club’s activities. On Thursday May 3rd down in the Club I hope that our group of C-in-C members who have taken part in many earlier cruises over the years will have a discussion covering topics like the best cruises, crew shortages and…Details