Training sailors who wish to contribute to running our sport by hearing protests and promoting rule observance.
Up to €400 for the use of an Irish Sailing approved coach.
Fatal accident on board the sailing yacht CV30 in the Indian Ocean on 18 November 2017 (taken from) MAIB SAFETY BULLETIN 1/2018 This document, containing safety lessons, has been produced for marine safety purposes only, on the basis of information available to date. The Merchant Shipping (Accident Reporting and Investigation) Regulations 2012 provide for the […]
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.
Expression of interest is being sought for an Irish Sailing level 2 Race Officer course.
Vote for Sailing nominees in the Outsider Awards 2017
To: World Sailing MNAs, Classes and Race Officials World Sailing would like to draw your attention to recent developments with the Racing Rules of Sailing, including important decisions made at the 2017 Annual Conference. This information is being circulated to all World Sailing MNAs, World Sailing Classes and World Sailing Race Officials. MNAs are requested […]
Irish Sailing’s Ross Killian rolls out a new Club Coaching Programme.
Overall winner Fionn Lyden from Baltimore Sailing Club lifts the ‘Champion of Champions’ trophy with crew Liam Manning from Schull at the All-Ireland Sailing Championships 2017 at Mullingar Sailing Club.
An exciting medal race ended in Micheal O’Suilleabhain of Kinsale Yacht Club claiming the champion of champion All Ireland title