The 2019 Irish National Championship was hosted by Kinsale Yacht Club between June 26th and 29th. Five boats from GHYC made the trip up the coast: Aphrodite, Kim 2 (Rob, with a crew of three young ladies), Magic, Moonshine and Phyloong. 17 Dragons were entered with crews from Dublin, Kinsale and the UK[…]
**SOLD OUT** Time out for the hardworking ladies of West Cork! The GHYC Ladies Lunch takes place in the magnificent Lissard Estate on Thursday, July 18th at 12.30pm. Tickets are €50 each to this three course gourmet lunch with complimentary glass of wine and apéritif on arrival. All proceeds go[…]
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We are currently looking for an Advanced Instructor, please apply to email@example.com 2019 Garda Vetting Application Forms At the beginning of each year Irish Sailing revise and renew all application forms and I have now done this for all our Garda Vetting Application Forms. I would be most[…]
“I’m too old!” “Sailing is for boys” “I don’t have a boat” These are a few of the misconceptions you will hear when you mention sailing to people who don’t sail yet. The truth is that sailing is for everybody, young, old, male, female, able bodied and disabled. And you[…]
January blues are coming to an end, the 1st of February is nearly upon us and it is time to think of the coming summer. Taking a junior sailing course is a great activity for making friends, building team skills and getting to know the natural world in a safe[…]