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  • Irish Sailing Cruising Conference 2018

    Irish Sailing Cruising Conference 2018 17 February 2018 Clayton Hotel Leopardstown, Dublin 18 Bookings Now Open Book On Line Here with Eventbrite Spaces are limited and demand is always high. We highly recommend you book early. Irish Sailing Members €25 Non Members €30 Includes Hot Lunch at the Clayton more info here:

    Published 22:27 on 30 Jan 2018

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    Rockabill vi wins Dun Laoghaire to Dingle with Ian Heffernan on board

    What do our members get up to outside of our club? Quite a lot actually! Ian Hefferan is certainly one worth a mention. Ian was part of the winning team onboard Rockabill VI, a JPK10.80, on the Dun Laoghaire to Dingle race. Congratulation to Ian, we've heard that he performed about 145 of the 150 or so tacks included in the race and never sat still for a moment! For more about

    Published 10:08 on 28 Jun 2017

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    Committee Members update

    Since the election of the Committee at the 2017 AGM in February we've had some changes to the committee. All members of the committe are volunteers who give their time for free and sometime personal and professional commitments mean the individuals can't fulfil their needs as much as they would like. Here are the recent changes that have occured over the last few months. - Clodagh Whelan has resigned. Her position has

    Published 19:00 on 19 Jun 2017

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    "Poolbeg to Dingle" Race

    Please wish well the PYBC participants in this years Dun Laoghaire to Dingle Race! We have at least three boats entered for the race any more seasoned Poolbeg crew! Roger Smith's Wakey Wakey with plenty of club members on board including Jerry Whiston Jim Schfield's, Thisbe Darryl Hughes, Maybird Also Susan McGrath (Joiliba crew) is sailing on Platnium Blonde The race starts on starts on Wednesday

    Published 12:00 on 10 Jun 2017

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    Riverfest Regatta SUCCESS!

    What a great Riverfest Regatta weekend! A BIG thank you to all the volunteers and support from friends of PYBC. Especially and in no particular order: Club members who contributed in the event organisation, racing planning, marina handling and participation Old Gaffers Clontarf Yacht and Boat Club ISORA - Irish Sea Offshore Racing Association Dublin Port Record numbers to

    Published 16:59 on 8 Jun 2017

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    River Regatta Programme!

    Published 17:16 on 1 Jun 2017

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    Poolbeg Yacht and Boat Club Annual Regatta at Riverfest!

    Poolbeg Yacht and Boat club's annual regatta will take place this coming bank holiday weekend during the Dublin Port's Riverfest! Our Notice of Race can be found below. The organisers wish to apologise for the short notice which was caused by an incident resulting in possible outage of our marina facility during the event which is now rectified. Racing participants and visiting boats are welcome to Dublin Port's Riverfest and

    Published 11:34 on 31 May 2017


    To all members. Summer has arrived and it's time to get afloat. This short rally is always well received and enjoyed. It is not too far but far enough to make it worth while. Greystones is transformed since last year with the club looking very well, the seafront and marina landscaped and the whole town buzzing with life. PLAN Leave to arrive around 1500 hours Saturday

    Published 09:46 on 24 May 2017

  • Cruising Corner Events and News for May

    Cruising Corner Events and News for May We are moving forward on a number of fronts: Crew and Skipper training Cruising Corner events in May will happen on the water each Sunday Morning, starting at 11:00 for 2 to 3 hours. This will allow us to have a productive session and then participants can avail of lunch in the Club with family and friends. More information

    Published 14:34 on 2 May 2017

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    PYBC Junior taking part in Transatlantic Tall Ships Race 2017.?

    Oisín Cullen is one of our Junior members in PYBC and also a Transition Year student. He is an avid sailor and can often be seen around the club helping out with the dinghies, as well as on the bow of a J109 and a Ruffian in PYBC. We are very proud of him as he is currently taking part in Race 1 of the Transatlantic Tall Ships Race 2017 sailing from Torquay

    Published 10:26 on 20 Apr 2017

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