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  2016 ISA Cruising Conference

sponsored by


Saturday 20th February 2016
10am to 5pm 
Howth Yacht Club

With keynote speaker
Eddie Nicholson and his crew
on their adventures out to Greenland on Najad 440 Mollihawk's Shadow.


AGENDA

 Eddie Nicholson and Crew Share their incredible adventures Cruising Greenland 

Weather Charts, Grib Files and Forecast Sources with Met Eireann and Yachtmaster Instructor & pilot John Leahy 

 Women at the Helm " Get out and do it" with Adventure Sailor & Writer Daria Blackwell

Coastal Safety Protocols and Activities with Coast Guard 

Break Out Sessions - your cruising experiences, problems, discoveries shared 

 Club buffet lunch will be available €15

 Hydrographics and Survey Activities of the Marine Institute Survey Vessels with Marine Institute

 Electronic Navigation - potential pitfals, Raster v Vector with ICC Publications Editor Norman Kean

Whales & Wildlife Hot Spots & Protocol with Marine Zoologist and Yachtmaster Instructor Niall MacAllister 

 Cruising in Company with Cruising Association of Ireland

Managing New Crew with Round the World Sailor Pat Murphy

 Summary of Break Out Sessions and Open Discussion

 Supported by Cruising Association of Ireland


ISA Members €10

Non Members €15
Club buffet lunch will be available €15
Teas & Coffees Served

Tickets will be available to buy from sailing.ie January 2016
Limited Availability

Every delegate will be entered in to a draw for a full set of Offshore Gear
and sign up for Union Chandlery Crew Card for monthly offers.
Thanks Union Chandlery
Plus, copies of ICC Publications courtesy of the Irish Cruising Club

Goodie bags for all delegates too

Followed by
Skipper's Supper at Howth Yacht Club 
Supported by Nicky's Plaice 
The plaice for fresh fish and friendly service on Howth Pier

Marine Hotel, Sutton Cross, are offering delegates a special room rate
of €69 for single occupancy and €99 for double.

 

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