Go Green

Go Green

Cork 300 Celebrations Keep on Coming

The Cork 300 events and celebrations are going far and wide. The next celebration is for St Patrick's Day and Royal Cork Yacht Club will join the many buildings around the world and GO GREEN.

How about joining them and GO GREEN?

To take part, simply shine a green light on your building or dress in green on the day and share your photos with the Royal Cork Yacht Club via email on

Let us know if you do and we will share your pictures on Irish Sailing channels too.

Sailing, Powerboating and Gatherings are all on the 2020 Calendar

This is just one of a series of celebrations and events at Royal Cork Yacht Club as part of the Cork 300 celebrations.

Highlights over the summer include an eye-catching Classic Yacht Regatta; the historic Kingstown/Queenstown race from Dun Laoghaire to Cobh; the world-famous biennial Volvo Cork Week Regatta, an International Powerboat Championship Festival which will take place in Ireland for the first time; a Wild Atlantic Way sailing ‘cruise in company’ for visiting yacht clubs; the Royal Cork Fleet Review which will be a fantastic parade of sailing craft in Cobh and a Gathering of Naval Ships in Cork City.  The prestigious Morgan Cup, awarded by the Royal Ocean Racing Club (RORC) will also come to Ireland for the first time as part of Cork300.

For more see - in partnership with AIB (premier partner), Volvo, Dubarry, Musto, Port of Cork, Cork County Council, Cork City Council and Heineken.