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Entries for November 2016

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Rambler 88 leaves the rest of the ARC 2016 fleet in her wake as she builds up speed off Gran Canaria
George David's super-maxi Rambler 88, overall winner and record breaker in the Volvo Round Ireland race 2016 back in June, has added a new accolade to her already enviable sailing…

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The Flying Fifteens will race on Dublin Bay for east coast honours on May 27th / 28th
The Irish Flying Fifteen class has announced its 2017 racing programme with two freshwater events on its national calendar for the first time. The 30–boat fleet will head to Craigavon…

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RAYC Prizegiving Dinner Cancelled 'Due to Unforeseen Circumstances'
The Royal Alfred Yacht Club's Black–Tie Dinner scheduled for the National Yacht Club this Saturday has been cancelled 'due to unforeseen circumstances'. The club's Bloomsday Trophies will be available for…

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The Fireball season prizegiving was held at the National Yacht Club on Friday night. See photo gallery courtesy of Frank Miller below.
Ten Fireballs answered the starter’s call on Sunday afternoon with none of them showing any adverse signs from the season’s prize-giving at the National Yacht Club on the preceding Friday…

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Enda O'Coineen is sailing downwind and should not stall too much with the onset of an anticyclone over the next 48 hours
In the Vendee Globe the Saint Helena High has returned to the fleet and Ireland's Enda O'Coineen is one skipper in the 29–boat fleet that has plotted to sail around…

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Director of RORC Rating Office
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a highly motivated and enthusiastic sailor with a technical background to take over the day to day management of the RORC Rating Office based…

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28
IMOCA Maitre COQ, skipper Jeremie Beyou
Vendée Globe title contender Jérémie Beyou has revealed he is racing 'blind' after the satellite system he uses to get weather information broke. The fifth-placed French sailor was today powering…

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Annalise Murphy – picking up awards
Olympic silver medalist Annalise Murphy has told Ireland's Marketing magazine she is happiest sailing her foiling Moth dinghy. 'I’ve had some nasty crashes in it but there’s no other women…

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Lloyd Thornburg's MOD70 Phaedo3 at the start of the RORC Transatlantic Race, Lanzarote © RORC/James Mitchell
As dawn broke on the second day of the RORC Transatlantic Race, the majority of the fleet were still to round Tenerife, the last mark of the course before the…

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By 1100 UTC Thomson was back in the driving seat with a 16nm buffer
French skipper Armel Le Cléac'h today reclaimed the Vendée Globe pole position from Alex Thomson – only for the British skipper to instantly steal it back. At the 0800 UTC…

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