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Latest Club News & Events

Welcoming the Arrival of our New Committee Boat

New Committee Boat “Pegasus” Sunday at 12:30pm We will be welcoming our new Committee boat ‘Pegasus’ to the Club. *** Please stop by to join the Flag Officers and fellow Club members to welcome what is going to be a hub for the many sailing activities which take place here at the Royal St. George […]

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Volvo Dun Laoghaire Regatta 2017

Dun Laoghaire gearing up to host the seventh edition of Ireland’s biggest sailing fixture  400+ boats and 2,500 competitors expected to compete in Dublin Bay from Thursday 6th July – Sunday 9th July The 2017 Volvo Dun Laoghaire Regatta (VDLR) which is now established as the biggest sailing event in Ireland will be launched today […]

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ISA Annual General Meeting 2017

Notice of ISA Annual General Meeting 2017   NOTICE is hereby given that an Annual General Meeting of the Irish Sailing Association will be held at Howth Yacht Club at 1130 hrs. on 25th March 2017.   Agenda   Apologies   Minutes of the Annual General Meeting 9th April 2016 & Extraordinary General Meeting of […]

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Local Coast Guard- The Brave Crew of Search and Rescue Helicopter 116

The Brave Crew of Search and Rescue Helicopter 116   In honour of the memory of those members of our local Coast Guard- the brave crew of Search and Rescue Helicopter 116, the Club’s flag is lowered and will be flown at half-mast. Our thoughts are with the families and friends of all involved at […]

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Former RSGYC Club Member Rescued off Sydney

“Your boat turns upside down and you’re there, holding each other, thinking for a split second, that seems to last for an eternity, ‘is she going to turn upright?’” Former RSGYC Club member Nick Dwyer and his partner Barbara Heftman, who worked in the RSGYC Boathouse last winter, were recently rescued off the coast of […]

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