SB20 Northern Championships Race Report

The SB20 fleet converged on Strangford Lough Yacht Club last weekend for their second regional event of the year, the Northern Championships. The forecast was for sunshine and 15 to 25 knots of breeze all weekend so plenty of thrills and spills were expected and the venue certainly didn’t disappoint. Race 1 on Saturday saw […]



SB20 NEWS

NYC Supper Speaker Thursday 17th August http://www.nyc.ie/2017/08/nyc-speaker-supper-thursday-17th-august/ Tom Dolan, who has enjoyed extraordinary success in the Mini 6.05 class, will share his experience and some of the challenges he has overcome on his path to success at a sailing supper in the NYC on Thursday next week. Please contact the NYC to book a place. […]


Attention SB20 Sailors

SIN BIN Finishes 5th at the UK Nationals Club Members Michael O’Connor, Owen Laverty and Edward Cook on finishing 5th overall at the UK Nationals run under the flag of the Royal Southern YC. Come and congratulate them yourself this Thursday night after racing at the RStGYC and hear the story of their adventure first […]


RSGYC Sailors to the fore in Howth and Ballyholme

RSGYC Weekend Sailing Wrap Up Last weekend was a busy one for RSGYC sailors with sailors competing in Howth Yacht Club in both the RS Feva, RS200 and RS400 Eastern Championships along with SB20 Sailors competing for their SB20 Eastern Championships. Also last weekend up in Ballyholme the ISA Youth Pathway National Championships 2017 took place. All events […]


RSGYC Trio Win SB20 Nationals 2015

 Pictured: The 2015 SB20 Irish National Champions – Kevin Johnson, James Horan, Commodore of the RIYC, children Peter and Olivia O’Connor, Michael O’Connor, Owen Laverty and outgoing SB20 class president Justin Burke After three days of typically tricky Dublin Bay conditions, the Dun Laoghaire crew aboard Sin Bin (IRL 3544) – Michael O’Connor, Owen Laverty […]


SB20: Thursday Race Report

After last weeks abandonment due to too much breeze, for a short while this evening it looked like there would be an abandonment due to a lack of breeze… thankfully, the wind-gods smiled on the SBs once more and the breeze picked up just in time to provide a very pleasant 6-10 knots south-easterly in […]