This Week’s Sailing News: Road to Rio, Junior All Irelands, Walk the Mast & More…

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25th September 2014
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Road to Rio

With the success of winning three Olympic places, Providence Team IRL are now focusing on preparations for the Games in two years’ time. 

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All Ireland Juniors Head for Kinsale


Twenty junior sailors, from nine classes, out of thirteen clubs around the country will come together for the ISA All Ireland Junior Sailing Championships in the ISA Sail Fleet Dinghies at Kinsale Yacht Club this weekend.

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Does Anybody Know Where You Are?


ISA’s free vessel tracking app that links to the Coast Guard is getting great reviews world wide.  Give it a try.

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Autumn Leagues North and South


Royal Cork Yacht Club and Howth Yacht Club are all set for some challenging Autumn racing.  They are out in big numbers this year.

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Welcome Aboard Ladies


Chúc may mắn Sylwia as you fly off to Vietnam to teach English, thank you for seven years of dedication and welcome aboard the lovely Sheila and Rachel.

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New InterClub Beginnings


Royal Club Yacht Club, Baltimore Sailing Club and Monkstown Bay Sailing Club came head to head.

Who won?…


Last day to register for squads

Deadline for applications to the Regional Squads Autumn 2014 for Laser Radial & 4.7 is Friday 26th September.

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50% OFF


NO – not 50% off this lovely racing yacht.

50% off ECHO & IRC ratings issued from October 1st.

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Stunt Man in Cork


“The mast is 30 meters tall, which is the equivalent of a ten story building and if I don’t make it … then it … it could be messy.”  Stunt man, Vendée Globe sailor, Alex Thomson.
Here him speak at Cork City Hall.

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Where Can You Find Navigational Updates?


Navigational updates, ‘Notices to Mariners’ and coastal infrastructural developments are changing constantly and the sources of information come from far and wide.  Soon all will be brought together.

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    In this Issue
     – Road to Rio
     – Junior All Irelands
     – Where are you?
     – Autumn Leagues
     – Welcome Aboard
     – InterClub
     – Squad Registration
     – 50% OFF
     – Sports Coaching
     – Stunt Man in Cork
     – Navigational Updates
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