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A Sailing school entry was tenth overall in a fleet of 63–boats in this month's Volvo Round Ireland 2016. Above the INSS Reflex 38, Lynx ,sets out on her 700–mile journey off the Wicklow coast. Scroll down for video
INSS School principal and skipper Kenneth Rumball reviews his tenth place overall in Volvo Round Ireland 2016 on board the INSS Reflex 38, Lynx. The idea for the Irish National…

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Oldest boat in the 2016 RTI Race, Thalia that has 19th century links to Royal Cork Yacht Club
The oldest boat competing in this year's Race is almost certain to be Thalia (Sail #11). Built in 1888, she was one of the last yachts by George Wanhill of…

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Volvo Round Ireland class three winner Euro Car Parks skippered by Dave Cullen of Howth. Read his race review below
Taking a charter boat with old sails, borrowing a few other sails, filling it with a crew whose average age is nearly 50 might not sound like a recipe for…

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Volvo Ocean Race Returns To Southern Ocean Roots
#VOR - The next edition of the Volvo Ocean Race will be contested over the longest distance in race history at around 45,000 nautical miles, Crossing four oceans and taking…

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East Down winners –  (left) GP14 winning crew Damian Bracken presented with a new trophy by Laura Thompson and silver fleet einners Steve Nelson and Brenda Preston
The members of East Down Yacht Club in Strangford Lough welcomed the GP14 fleet back for the 2016 Ulster Championships on the 25th and 26th June with their enthusiastic and…

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RS200 winners at Greystones Sailing Club: Pictured (centre) are Rs 200 Southern Champions - Frank and Son Kevin O'Rourke, (left) RS 200 Junior champions, Mike O'Dea and Sean Hynes and  third overall, CAYC's Jocelyn Hill and Katie Kane
12 RS 200 dinghies gathered at the newly opened Greystones Sailing Club for the Southern Championships last weekend, with boats from Dun Laoghaire, Antrim, Killaloe and Cullaun travelling for the…

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The Clancy brothers, Conor & James were Fireball winners in last night's DBSC race
Last night’s edition of the Dublin Bay Sailing Club’s Fireball racing was, to use the football parlance, a game of two halves. In the first half a reasonable breeze out…

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Media launch for Southern Spars' collaboration with Cycling New Zealand
#VOR - A world-leading carbon fibre specialist and supplier of masts and rigging to the Volvo Ocean Race fleet has taken a spin at supplying wheels to New Zealand's Olympic…

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Interlinking sea and waterfront – the classic Royal St George Yacht Club in Dun Laoghaire this weekend hosts the Frank Keane BMW George Regatta
Though it may have been officially known as the Royal St George Yacht Club for at least 175 years, unofficially it has been known for longer than anyone can remember…

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Rockabill is a mark on the course of Saturday's ISORA Lighthouse race
Saturday's 42–mile ISORA offshore race from Dun Laoghaire features Dublin lighthouses Rockabill and Kish and a finish back at Dun Laoghaire in time to join the apres–sail at Saturday's Royal St George…

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