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08
Overall leaders - Fiery Chariot (GBR 4005) Andy McKee and Richard Jones from Dovestone Sailing Club
After three races sailed at Dun Laoghaire, British boats have total control of the Subaru Flying Fifteen World Championships at the National Yacht Club on Dublin Bay and take the…

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2019 J/70 Corinthian World Champions - Soak Racing (IRL) Marshall King (second from left), Ian Wilson, Andrew Shorrock, Adam Brushett
Greystones helmsman Marshall King from County Wicklow but who lives in the UK has won the J/70 Corinthian World Championship in dramatic style on Soak Racing yesterday. In the last…

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06
The three-masted Barquentine Pelican of London alongside at the Port of Cork
The Tall Ship Pelican of London evoked memories of days gone by alongside at the Port of Cork quays on the River Lee last night writes Bob Bateman. The part clipper,…

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Visiting the Mexican Navy’s tall ship, the Cuauhtémoc, was President of Ireland, Michael D. Higgins accompanied by his wife Sabina, on the first day of the ship’s five-day visit to Dublin. Pictured are Ambassador of Mexico to Ireland, H.E. Miguel Malfavón, Sabina Higgins, Michael D. Higgins and Commanding Officer Captain Carlos Gorraez Meraz
President Michael D Higgins was welcomed onboard one of the world’s largest Tall Ships, the 270-foot-long Cuauhtémoc, which sailed into Dublin early this morning for a five-day visit to the…

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05
Wilson & King’s Soak Racing (55) hidden behind Rán (30) in racing at Riyal Torbay yesterday
Marshall King and Ian Wilson’s Soak Racing was the new leader in the Corinthian class after posting 2-34-9 yesterday (Wednesday 4 September) in the Darwin Escapes 2019 J/70 World Championship,…

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The National Yacht Club is the venue for the  Subaru-sponsored Flying Fifteen World Championships on Dublin Bay
The Hong Kong Flying Fifteen team will race in the first race of the Subaru Flying Fifteen World Championships tomorrow following the release of their three boats from Customs at…

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04
Winds are strong and gusty on Dublin Bay
With the Dublin Bay Buoy recording 23 knots with gusts in the low thirties, the obvious decision, to cancel today's racing at the Flying fifteen pre-world championships has been taken…

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04
‘Swim Safe’ Sessions At Lough Erne’s Share Centre This Month
The RNLI says it wants to help children Swim Safe with free water safety sessions at the Share Discovery Village on Upper Lough Erne for the first time this September.…

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04
12-foot dinghies racing in Dun Laoghaire Harbour
This 12-foot class was designed in 1913 by George Cockshott, an English yacht designer, as the British Racing Association ‘A’ Class. The class was adopted by the International Yacht Racing…

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04
Nathan Batchelor & Richard Rigg are the Pre-World leaders
As advised by Race Officer this morning, the Flying Fifteen Pre-Worlds fleet completed three races today in view of a forecast that currently suggests we may not get out tomorrow…

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