DBSC Keelboat Racing
DBSC racing runs on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays from May to September.
Ruff Diamond is usually entered in the one-design ruffian class, those who wish to take part contributing to the entry fee and the class registration fee.
Racing is on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6.00pm and Saturday afternoons
A rota is organized with 5 crew on the boat for each race. No previous racing experience is required so this is an ideal introduction to racing.
Entry is organized in April but If you joined the club mid season and wish to take part then please contact the keelboat sailing secretary.
Turkey Shoot/Spring Chicken
These are Sunday morning keelboat races organized from October to March. Obsession is usually entered and a crew rota created No previous racing experience is required so this is an ideal introduction to racing.
Obsession usually takes part in ISORA offshore races when available. Some previous racing experience is required to take part in this and for longer passage races some previous liveaboard experience is required. This is usually organized on a race-by-race basis say two weekes before each race.
Entry to other regattas such as the Dun Loaghaire Regatta, the DL Club Regattas, Ruffian Nationals or the Lambay Race are typically organised in the week before. Participation is open to all club members
SID Frostbite Involvement
Frostbites are winter dinghy races run in Dun Laoghaire by the Dun Loaghaire Motor Yacht Club(DMYC).
Racing is every Sunday for approximately one hour with the starting gun at 1.30. Racing runs from the start of November to end of March.
Sailing In Dublin Club enters a number of boats and encourages all members to take part. The nominal entry fee is split between those taking part, and crew positions as assigned on a rota. Less experienced crew are paired with old hands, so everybody gets to take part. The frostbites are a relaxed fun event and a great introduction to dinghy racing.
Participants are honorary members of the DMYC for the day so you can have a hot shower, hot soup and even hot port after racing. Racing is limited to one hour so it's just a case of wearing a little more gear than you would in Summer.
For more details please see our Frostbite Racing Guide
DBSC Dinghy Racing
DBSC dinghy racing runs on Tuesdays and Saturdays from May to September.
Participants would need to have done level-3 dinghy training or have equivalent experience.
Those who wish to take part share the cost entry fee and a rota is organized.
Entry is organized in April but if you joined the club mid season and wish to take part then please contact the dinghy sailing secretary.
Entry to other regattas such as Dun Laoghaire Regatta or the DL club regattas is typically organised in the week before.
SID is affiliated to the Irish Sailing Association.
SID club is run on a voluntary basis. Members contribute to Session Organization, Boat Maintenance, Rescue Boat Duty, Training, Committee Work.