Glandore Harbour Yacht Club



            The Irish Sailing Passport is an online skills tracking, certification and logbook system which uses the Checklick platform. Passport allows new skills to be tracked as you progress through your course so you can check in at any stage to see what you’ve achieved and the other skills you’ll cover. Your Irish Sailing Passport will also allow you to move easily between Irish Sailing Training Centres when doing courses[…]

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Beginners Supported Sailing

Beginners Supported Sailing The supported sailing for younger, less experienced members  will be available to groups of 8  commencing week of the 13th July This course is a over 5 half days and is available to book on EPP The cost of this course is €140 per head, we will[…]

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Courses for Summer of 2021

GHYC  offer 3 courses this summer: National Powerboat Certificate Beginners Supported Sailing 5 half days Supported Sailing 5 half days The National Powerboat Certificate is the course to do if you want to drive a powerboat. Start here by filling out the this form. You can purchase membership and courses[…]

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Supported Sailing

This year we are not offering the ISA courses  as in past years. For Sailors who have achieved at least Level 2 (Basic Skills) and above, we are offering supported sailing and have access to boat of their own. Our instructors developed this plan as a response to the restrictions[…]

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Sailing School Update

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[…]

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Power Boat Courses

GHYC is accredited to run the ISA National Powerboat Certificate course, a 14-hour module spread over 2 days or 1 full day and 2 evenings. During these courses, participants (who must be 16 years of age or older) will use the club rescue boats (ribs, fun yaks, inboard diesel) to[…]

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