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Adventure Training Ireland        Fastnet Marine OEC
       
Centre Principal: Donnchadh MacCobb
Based at Dublin City Moorings on the River Liffey in Dublin City Centre, Adventure Training Ireland is the city's only ISA Training Centre. ATI gained their ISA recognition in 2012 and have since been working hard to grow their organisation which now caters for training in powerboating, keelboat and dinghy sailing, jet skiing, kayaking, first aid and an ICC (International Certificate of Competency) testing. 
      Centre Principal: David Harte
The Fastnet Marine OEC was established in 1998. Since its inception it has gone from strength to strength, promoting sailing throughout the year as an integral part of the Schull Community College curricular and extra-curricular programme of activities. It is a provider of ISA approved and certified sailing and powerboat courses and is a proven venue for national, international and world dinghy events. 
         
Malahide Yacht Club       Royal Cork Yacht Club
         
Centre Principal: Brian McDowell
As one of the first clubs to adopt the ISA Junior Training Programme in the early 1960s, Malahide Yacht Club has continued to successfully run sail training on an annual basis for the past five decades. Operating from its state-of-the-art, modern Dinghy Sailing Centre at the Broadmeadows, the club has also actively promoted a local schools’ sailing initiative for several years. 
      Centre Principal: Gavin Deane
Established in 1720, Royal Cork Yacht Club has promoted sailing in Ireland for nearly 300 years and has a membership of 1,600. The club offers a wide range of sail training programmes such as the highly successful ISA Cara na Mara programme which was introduced in 2013. 

         
The Oysterhaven Centre         
         
Centre Principal: Oliver Hart
This family run business was established as Ireland’s first windsurfing centre in 1981. It is a leading centre for sailing and windsurfing, providing both beginner and advanced instruction for adults as well as sailing and windsurfing summer camps for kids.  
       
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The Oysterhaven Centre

This family run business was established as Ireland’s first windsurfing centre in 1981. It is a leading centre for sailing and windsurfing, providing both beginner and advanced instruction for adults as well as sailing and windsurfing summer camps for kids. .
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