April 2018 Newsletter

Welcome members and visitors.

The clubs website is back on line and the committee hopes you enjoy its new look.

Over the winter the club presented slide shows by Donal Walsh, Austin Flynn and Sean Moloney of their respective circumnavigations Iceland and Ireland.

Austin Flynn organised and presented with the help of some “sean eolai” members of the club a series of shore based sessions on navigation, safety at sea, VHF and GPS use as an introduction to sailing. This was a great success and was enjoyed by everybody. Many thanks to the “sean eolai” for their time and expertise.

Congratulations to Donal Walsh, Clare Morrissey and Maura Walsh who received the top awards at the Irish Cruising Clubs Annual Dinner recently held in the National Yacht Club Dun Laoghaire.

Maura received the Faulkner cup, the ICC’s most prestigious trophy for her voyage to Greenland in Annabel J, a 64 foot Bristol pilot cutter. Donal received the Strangford Cup, which is awarded when the adjudicator has two logs of equal merit for consideration for the Faulkner Cup, for his circumnavigation of Iceland in Lady Belle an OVNI385. Clare received the Glengarrif trophy for her circumnavigation of Ireland in Lady Belle.

Maura is the Afloat magazine “Sailor of the Month” for the April edition.

Boat lifts:

The 2018 season is quickly approaching with the first boat owner’s boat lift on the 7th of April. The second lift is on the 15th of April. Start time on the 7th is 0800hrs and on the 15th is 1400hrs. A total of 23 boats have signed up to the lifts so far.

Junior Courses:

A full programme of courses is planned for six weeks in the summer commencing on the 2nd of July. Application forms, contact details and course types and dates are on the DHSC Website under Sailing Information-Junior Sailing on the home page.

Friday night sailing and new members:

New members are always welcome to the club and a programme of Friday night sailing is planned to facilitate an introduction to sailing for new members. The programme is posted on the website under sailing information-adult sailing on the homepage.

Communication to Members:

Communication to members is mostly by texts and by posting information on the website, so please keep a weather eye on the website over the summer season.

Michael Whelan,
Honorary Secretary.

Dungarvan Harbour Sailing Club

Dungarvan Harbour Sailing Club, Co. Waterford is situated on the South East coast of Ireland, approximately mid way between Cork and Rosslare harbours. Dungarvan Bay is sheltered allowing safe sailing for both racing and junior sailing and training.

The modern clubhouse is situated right on Dungarvan Quay in the harbour and is in the centre of Dungarvan town. It is also adjacent to the club’s pontoon. The clubhouse has a spacious bar and function area and has all the facilities expected of a modern clubhouse.

Address

Dungarvan Harbour Sailing Club
Davitts Quay, Dungarvan,
Co. Waterford,
Ireland.

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Email: sec.dhsc@gmail.com

Clubhouse Opening Hours
Friday: 8pm to 12:30am
Saturday: 6pm to 12:30am
Sunday: 6pm to 11pm

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