We have some wonderful photos from last Saturday’s race to Castletownshend in our gallery. Ten Squibs and ten Dragons took part, accompanied by some of our local Cruisers. The winning boats were Trojan for the Squibs and Magic for the Dragons. A big thanks to Mary Anne‘s of Castletownshend for[…]
Provisional Programme now available here. The Classic Boat Summer School 2018 will run on July 21722nd and promises to be a weekend packed with outstanding lectures and discussions about some of the most intriguing classic boats around. This is not to be missed!
Now available here.
We’re thrilled to be able to host the 2018 Dragon Nationals in Glandore. Read all about it in Afloat.
Two days of racing for the trophy of the Celtic Challenge between the Royal Anglesey Yacht Club and GHYC in wonderful sunny conditons in Glandore last weekend. All results can be found in our Racing section. Photos now availble in our Gallery. A quick report can be found here.
We are taking our responsibility towards fighting against Maritime Pollution a step further. From now on, our stunning new reusable bottles are availble from the club house. They look the business and are the business. Forget about single use plastic bottles, use this one and most importantly re-use!
We have had queries about the dates of the next Glandore Classic. Normally it would have been in July 2019, however we have been offered an exciting opportunity to partner with RCYC, and have our Classic as part of their 300th Anniversary celebrations. This will be a major international event,[…]
Only five weeks to go until our 2018 Classic Summer School (21/22 July) which promises to be a weekend full of interest and entertainment. We have a programme of fascinating speakers lined up, including Gary McMahon on the completion of the AK Ilen, Hal Sisk on the re-launch of the[…]
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Now is the time to have your mooring checked while there are no boats in the harbour and before the May 12th Crane-In day.