The event received a whopping 45 entries before the end of December
Up to €400 for the use of an Irish Sailing approved coach.
The event will take place from the 5th–8th of April, jointly hosted by the Royal St George Yacht Club and the National Yacht Club.
Trying to grow club membership in the digital age. By the clubs for the clubs.
All remaining provisions of the Children First Act 2015 will be commenced on 11th December 2017
Teenage girls are loving sailing together … And are loving sailing FAST I was recently strolling down Dun Laoghaire pier watching the 420 teenage sailors and noticed that 50% of the teenage sailors were female. Sport Ireland statistics show the number of girls in sport reduce as they reach their teenage years, yet here was a […]
How can clubs think outside the box?
Irish Sailing’s Ross Killian rolls out a new Club Coaching Programme.
Congratulations to the 32 sailing clubs throughout the country
Safeguarding Update On Saturday 11th November Irish Sailing’s National Children’s Officer, Ciarán Murphy, attended Sport Ireland’s Safeguarding Information Day in the Carlton Hotel, Blanchardstown. Topics covered included: Ombudsman for Children Office – Clíodhna Purdue Education Unit spoke about stats and how we should include children in decision making. Office of the Data Protection Commissioner – […]