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Howth Yacht ClubHowth Yacht Club was founded as Howth Sailing Club in 1895. Howth Sailing Club later combined with Howth Motor Yacht Club, which had operated from the West Pier since 1935, to form Howth Yacht Club. The current modern clubhouse was built and completed in 1987 and further extensions have since been made to the building, grounds and marina to facilitate activities of one of the largest sailing memberships in Ireland and the UK. The club organises and runs sailing events and courses for members and visitors all throughout the year and has very active keelboat and dinghy racing fleets. In addition, Howth Yacht Club prides itself as being a world-class international sailing event venue and hosts many National, European and World Championships as part of its busy annual sailing schedule. The club has its own 250 berth marina with some berths available to visitors who are always welcome to the club. Key Contact Person: Paddy Judge Designation: Vice Commodore Correspondence Address: Middle Pier, Howth Harbour, Howth, Dublin D13 E6V3
Howth Yacht Club
Howth Yacht Club was founded as Howth Sailing Club in 1895. Howth Sailing Club later...
Royal Cork Yacht ClubThe Royal Cork Yacht Club today encompasses a wide variety of sailing activities from young kids in their Optimist dinghies sailing right through the winter months to the not-so-young kids racing National 18s and 1720s during the remaining nine months. There is also enthusiastic sailing in Toppers, Lasers, RS Fevas and other dinghies.
Key Contact Person: John Roche
Correspondence Address: Crosshaven, Co. Cork, P43 HD40, Ireland.
Royal Cork Yacht Club
The Royal Cork Yacht Club today encompasses a wide variety of sailing activities from young...