Irish Sailing Youth National Championships
28-31 October 2021

Royal Cork Yacht Club

Open to 29ers, 420s, Toppers, ILCA 4, ILCA 6.

 

EVENT ENTRY HERE

Participants

 

  • 2021 Youth Nationals ENTRY ... HERE
  • 2021 Youth Nationals NOR ... HERE
  • 2021 Youth Nationals SIs ... HERE

IMPORTANT NOTICES

 

  • Support boat info here
  • Accommodation here
  • Things to do in the area here

NB: Arrival date for the event is Wednesday 27th October @ 1200 unless prior arrangements with the club are made.

ENVIRONMENTAL

This is a "Clean Regattas" event with a set of environmental standards we will be working to adhere to throughout the event. We ask you to please ..

  • No Single Use Plastics - bring your bottle and use the refill station
  • Use reusable lunch bags please
  • No plastic straws 
  • Avail of the composting and recycling bins

As a venue and event management team we will also do all we can to reduce our impact on the environment during the event.

Talks and Speakers

 

EVERYONE IS WELCOME

Speakers will be joining us each evening to give inspiring and informative talks to the sailors, family and friends. Everyone is welcome to come along.

Full details of time and location within the club will follow soon.

Please keep an eye on here for any new speakers, changes and updates on venue.

Spectators

 

WELCOME

With every sailor there are at least 2 spectators coming along to enjoy the event. 

Crosshaven is a small village and has a great Centra for supplies, a couple of brilliant pubs and coffee bistro. Loads of info here https://www.crosshaven.ie/.

If you want to watch the sailing then up at Campden Fort is a great spot - bring your binoculars, unless you are a 29er or 420 spectator then you can wait for the spinnakers to go up.

Find out more about the fort here http://www.camdenfortmeagher.ie/. There is plenty of parking and a lovely walk down to the beaches at the entrance to Cork Harbour too - great for dog walking.

 

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