Glandore Harbour Yacht Club

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Sailing Courses (Junior)

  While GHYC’s main training motto has always been to have fun while teaching sailing in a safe and beautiful environment, GHYC is an ISA registered training centre and runs a very comprehensive range of ISA training courses every Summer (July & August) ranging from a Taste of Sailing for[…]

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2023 Training Update

The following courses are available to members of the club on EPP VHF SRC 1 & 2 Including State Examination. Friday 3rd  and Saturday 4th  March at GHYC. Available to all Safety Boat Instructor Endorsement Saturday 25 and Sunday 26 March Available to qualified Powerboat Instructors SBSS Dinghy Instructor Course[…]

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AGM 2022 UPDATE

Happy New Year to Everyone The 2022 AGM took place at the Club on 1.1.23. A brief summary : Financial: Treasurer Richard Bradburn reported in some detail on the generally good financial health of the enterprise as well as the reserves available to help deal with unforeseen events. Costs are[…]

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2022 Club AGM

Season’s Greetings The 2022 AGM will take place at the Clubhouse at 4pm on 1.1.23. The document pack was recently emailed to all members who have allowed email contact. If by any chance you did not receive the email check your spam or if you’re not sure if you allowed[…]

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Jobs at Glandore Harbour Yacht Club

Jobs at GHYC 2023   GHYC are recruiting for the 2023 season. We offer a busy, fun schedule with opportunities for personal and professional development.     2023 Garda Vetting Application Forms   At the beginning of each year Irish Sailing revise and renew all application forms have now done[…]

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Laser for sale

    Sold Immaculate laser. Early sail number , but this boat has a special history. Bought by a farmer for his daughter, she unpacked it, rigged it, went out once on it, and never went out on it again. My daughter used it for a one-week course and a[…]

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IRELAND’S GUIDING LIGHTS-A NEW BOOK BY DENNIS HORGAN

Glandore resident and noted ariel photographer Dennis Horgan is about to release a new book featuring Ireland’s lighthouses. Dennis flew around Ireland’s Coasts this summer capturing images for the new book which also includes interesting anecdotes from lighthouse historian and former Lighthouse Keeper Gerald Butler. This book will make for a[…]

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Work Day – Sunday 2/10/22

  Sunday morning turned out to be just glorious, and the glassy waters in the harbour were disturbed only by swimmers and passing RIBS/Yaks as a team of volunteers set about divesting the harbour of Club equipment for the winter. The slimy rope workout took place from Union Hall to[…]

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