It was a running start for both fleets with a ‘new’ course back to Glandore Harbour, set by Kieran O’Donoghue. The course took the Squibs north of High Island, the Dragons south, then both fleets south of Adam, Eve Island to starboard, Kilfinan mark to port, Union Hall mark to[…]
In memory of our late ex-Commodore Karen Horgan, who sadly passed away 16th March 2020, Fergus of Mary Ann’s Bar and Fergal Goulding organized and sponsored prizes for the Squib Mary Ann’s Shield race to Castletownshend, postponed earlier in the year. The trip to Mary Ann’s was a big[…]
Another classic Glandore event, supported by the Glandore Inn since 1986, was held last weekend. Unfortunately the tail end of Storm Ellen forced cancellation of racing on Saturday but visiting Dragons from Dublin & Kinsale still craned in. An early briefing was held Sunday morning. With the forecast of steady[…]
Rescheduled due to very light winds and sailed on Tuesday evening, 18 August in a light south westerly breeze. The 11 boat Dragon fleet sailed a figure 8 course around Adam & Eve Islands. Moonshine won the Cup by sailing a lower course to the finish, getting the better of[…]
For the first time since 1982 the event was postponed due to very light winds. Racing was rescheduled to Monday 17 August with FG at 1820. The Squib & Dragon fleets sailed a challenging course out of the Harbour to Goat Point and High Island in a nice south westerly[…]
As Storm Ellen abates, we are monitoring the weekend forecast ahead of the Glandore Inn Rose Bowl Regatta. As the predicted conditions are changing continuously, the Sailing Committee will assess the suitability for racing as early as possible on each of the race days. In the meantime, please keep an[…]
Individual tickets for the annual Rose Bowl Dinner at the Glandore Inn. You can buy tickets here: https://pay.myeasypay.com/myeasypay1.aspx?id=1002
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GHYC regrets to advise that due to the Covid-19 pandemic, we are unable to hold the JPF 2020 Glandore Classic Regatta. We are still considering whether to hold an event in 2021, or reschedule it for 2022 when we could still partner with the Cork 300 event. Meanwhile we would[…]
Click Gallery to see all the hardy souls who braved the winter cold for the annual New Year’s Day swim in aid of the RNLI.