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Please see following for safety advice for steps leading to pontoon. https://glandoreyc.com/ycwp/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/SN-01.pdf
As noted in the first Dinghy Sailing Update, everything is being kept under review this summer and a few changes mean that a further update for the Club’s Dinghy sailors is needed. Dinghy racing – Sunday afternoons Following ISA guidance that racing is possible from the end of June, here[…]
Sailing School Notice No. 2 The Club has decided that it is not practical to deliver Irish Sailing courses this summer within the current guidelines laid down by government and the ISA, given the unique challenges our location presents. We are offering alternative GHYC Supported Sailing courses: GHYC Supported Sailing[…]
As we all know, we are in extraordinary times and our priority as a Club is to operate in a way that protects all our volunteers, staff and members. For this reason, dinghy sailing arrangements this year will be different. Everyone is beyond keen to get on the water and[…]
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 here to see the latest update from the Commodore.
Dear Members, A special meeting of the committee was convened on Monday 16th March by teleconference to discuss and make decisions in relation to developing an appropriate response to Covid-19. The committee is very mindful of our responsibility to safeguard the health and wellbeing of our staff, members and general[…]
Karen Horgan R.I.P. Commodore GHYC 2016 – 2017