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Finn class in action at Ready Steady Tokyo this past summer
The Finn class has made eight submissions to the upcoming World Sailing annual conference in Bermuda in its efforts to ‘rebalance the slate’ of Olympic sailing. This past summer the…

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Chairman Michael Boyd addresses IRC Congress at the Société des Régates d'Antibes
Representatives of the International Rating Certificate (IRC) from around the world met in France for two days of debate and discussion at the beginning of October. The 2019 Congress was…

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Lightning strikes as the Clipper fleet closes in on Uruguay
After a hard-fought and challenging 5,200 nautical miles across the Atlantic, the Clipper Race fleet faced one more hurdle in the last 48 hours as they started to get closer…

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Day one of the SB20 Worlds in Hyeres
Day one of the SB20 World Championships opened with a grey day and raining in Hyeres, France, something the locals refuse to call normal at this time of the year.…

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Team South are leading a series of expeditions in Antarctica this winter in SV Ocean Tramp
Exploration and Discovery is the theme for the 2020 Irish Sailing Cruising Conference at the National Yacht Club on 15th February 2020 at Dun Laoghaire Harbour in County Dublin. Met Eireann…

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Neat trick…..the Puppeteer 22 Trick or Treat (Alan Pearson and Alan Blay) was top scorer for the second year running in the Beshoff Motors Autumn League at Howth. At the end-of-series prize-giving in HYC her cheerful crew were (left to right) Alan Pearson, Nicole Guinee, Alan Blay, and Oscar Langan – missing from photo is regular crewman Peter Bannon.
After the perfect weather of the sunlit two-race programme on Saturday, October 12th in the Beshoff Motor Autumn League in Howth, there were those who suggested the series should have…

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Intense concentration at the Optimist Cobbler League at RCYC. Scroll down for more photos
JP Curtin leads the Optimist dinghy Cobbler League Main Fleet after nine races sailed at Royal Cork Yacht Club writes Bob Bateman. Second is Crosshaven sailor Harry Moynan with Tralee Bay…

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GP14s stored in the LEYC boat shed with their sails still up....
The last event of the GP14 calendar saw the fleet returning to Lough Erne Yacht Club this weekend. And what a fleet. 33 boats turned up on the start line…

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The platinum award cert
Irish Sailing Pathfinder Women at the Helm event has been awarded the prestigious Platinum Clean Regattas Award from Sailors for the Sea. This is the highest award possible with the…

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Stepping down - Andy Hunt
World Sailing Chief Executive Officer, Andy Hunt has notified the Board of Directors that he will be taking on a new role in International Sport in early 2020. Hunt joined…

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