The Junior Club got underway last Saturday and is off to a great start. Our section heads, Heather, Will and Conor detail what each group got up to and what the rest of the term holds.
The Summer may be over but the weather's started to co-operate for excellent sailing this September and October.
It's been a couple of week's since the Volvo Dun Laoghaire Regatta but the video review of Team INSS.ie Lynx Racing's weekend is now live.
One of our senior instructors Will Hamilton has been documenting the summer so far. Here's a short video of some of the typical goings on during one of the Summer Courses.
Met Eireann are forecasting excellent weather, with high temperatures and sunny days over the next week and into the weekend.
After our preview of Team INSS.ie and a bit about all the set up the crew were delighted to finally get racing on day 1 of the 1720 National Championships in Baltimore.
Here's the Team INSS.ie preview of the 2015 1720 National Championships in Baltimore.
The group heads put together a small synopsis of this week's junior Summer sailing courses, running Monday to Friday 9am-5pm each day. Here's what each group got up to...
Alistair Rumball, the management and Directors of the Irish National Sailing and Powerboat School have spent 38 years successfully developing the school and club in Dun Laoghaire Harbour.
At the end of the 2014 summer sailing season as we started to look towards the winter racing series and talk of the 1720s racing in the Dublin Bay Sailing Club’s Turkey Shoot and Spring Series, our dinghy sailors started to ask what was for them?
Nerves of anticipation on board Team INSS yesterday morning as our Race Training Programme got towed out in no wind to the start line of the added race to the Rathfarnham Ford DBSC Spring Series writes Kenneth Rumball.
The February mid-term course attendees accompanied the instructor trainees to Dalkey Island yesterday on board our fleet of squib keelboats, writes Senior Instructor Calum Paterson.
We are delighted to launch our new website in 2015. Re-structuring at the Irish National Sailing School, Irish National Sailing Club and Irish National Powerboat School sees all activities consolidated under one name.
Greeted with a foggy Dublin Bay yesterday morning and a gentle breeze due to a huge high pressure sitting over Ireland, team INSS were one of the first boats to head out to the DBSC Spring Chicken race course in a lovely 10-12 knots of breeze writes Kenneth Rumball.