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Gas Calves Week running 8 - 11 August 2017
Every Saturday morning from June and August
Click above to see Club series results
Calves Week… "A fun event with an underlying level of quite serious racing.”
WM Nixon’s recent description of Gas Calves Week illustrates s very precisely what the organisers, Schull Harbour Sailing Club, aim for every year. Club commodore Pat Maher said that each year they get more boats returning with family crew to combine a summer vacation with spectacular sailing through Carbary’s 100 isles.
This year’s event will feature racing for six classes, with the ever-growing white sail class split into two fleets, with all south coast boats also competing in the Scora League.
The traditional overnight, offshore race starts from Crosshaven on Friday August 4th While the following Monday’s Baltimore regatta will provide an opportunity for skippers and crew to familiarise themselves with Roaring Water Bay, where principle race officer, Neil Prenderville hopes to set up a variety of courses taking in the many Islands and natural marks over the following four days.
With over 30 confirmed entries having availed of the discounted early registration fee, the pressure is on to beat the 1st July cut-off date, while the overall entry is once again expected to top the 60 boat mark.
Details for the beginner dinghy regatta can be found on the junior sailing page
The club sailing and social programme is now finalised and can be found here.
To download a Club Membership form click on the link below;SHSC Membership Application.pdf
|Boat Owner:||Family Member:||Individual Member:||Early Discounts (Before June 1st)||€150||€75||€50|
Online payment details are available here.
Royal St George Yeacht Club are holding a Watersport Inclusion Games on the 24th & 25th of June. They describe it as "A celebration of sailing, rowing and canoeing activities for people with disabilities or people from disadvantaged areas." which is free to attend. A flyer containing all information is linked here
Have you heard about the major pier and marina project proposed for Schull Harbour? If the funding can be organised this could be a major advance for marine activity around Schull and West Cork.
Check out the details or get involved here.