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Irish Sailing has given organisers the green light to create an under twenty-five National Title, the first of its kind for the J24s
The future is looking very bright indeed for the J24 Association of Ireland with seven under twenty-five age group teams from around the country taking part at the J24 National…

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IDRA 14 Dart
Cruiser 3 Tuesday ECHO: 1. Jiminy Cricket, 2. Wynward, 3. Papytoo Combined Cruisers ECHO: 1. Borraine, 2. Platinum Blond, 3. Powder M Ruffian: 1. Alias, 2. Different Drumme, 3. Papillon…

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Turn the Tide on Plastic flies the red dragon of Wales in Cardiff Bay this morning
#VOR - Annalise Murphy’s Turn the Tide on Plastic received a heroes’ welcome despite a disappointing sixth-place finish in Leg 9 of the Volvo Ocean Race this morning (Tuesday 29…

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Team Brunel celebrate their Leg 9 victory in Cardiff this morning, Tuesday 29 May
#VOR - Turn the Tide on Plastic, with Annalise Murphy on board, finished sixth in Leg 9 of the Volvo Ocean Race across the Celtic Sea in Cardiff this morning…

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Atara's winning crew of Paddy Good, Jenny Andreason, Ross McDonald, Aoife English, Robbie English & Richie Harrington with the Romaine Cagney Bowl and the 1720 Europeans Trophy.
As Afloat.ie reported earlier, after getting the full complement of nine races in Aoife and Robbie English's Atara helmed by Ross McDonald won the 1720 Europeans at Howth Yacht Club.…

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Team AkzoNobel’s Nicolai Sehested climbs the rig to make checks and look for wind
#VOR - Less than a mile separated Volvo Ocean Race Leg 9 frontrunners Team Brunel and Team Akzonobel on Monday (28 May) as the teams prepared to enter the final…

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Michael O'Connor's Sinbin was a winner on Strangford Lough
The SB20 fleet converged on Strangford Lough Yacht Club last weekend for their second regional event of the year, the Northern Championships. The forecast was for sunshine and 15 to…

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The start of ISORA Race Four from Dun Laoghaire to Pwllheli at 8am on Saturday morning
A J109 is back at the top of the ISORA scoreboard after a 60–mile offshore race on Saturday from Dun Laoghaire to Pwllheli. It brings to four the total of…

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Sixteen Tall Ships, including Pelican of London, will arrive in Dublin over June Bank Holiday as part of a Tall Ships Regatta
The hoped-for Parade of Sail at the end of Dublin's Tall Ships Regatta on the June Bank Holiday weekend will not be taking place. Instead, the ships will leave earlier on Bank Holiday…

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The Kelly Family lead the RC35 fleet in Scotland
Irish boats are winning overall in two divisions and second in another as the final day of the Scottish Series sets sail today in Tarbert that incorporates the Scottish IRC…

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