SHSC & Calves Week Logos
GAS Calves Week 2019

6/8/2019 - 9/8/2019

Tuesday - Friday

Notice Of Race

Photo of two boats during Calves Week

To see the Notice Of

Race 2018 click above.

2019 Entry Form

 Two boats under gynikar

If you want to download

the 2019 entry form click above.

2019 Entry List

Man with List

An entry list will be made

available here closer to the event.


Sailing Instructions

Pier View

Sailing Instructions will

be uploaded closer to the dates

Enter Online

Online/Offline Image

To enter online, click above.

Details for online payment are there.

2018 Results

Large Race Starting Area

The 2018 results are available

by clicking the above photo.


Useful Contact Details

If you need a Mooring/Berth Contact Schull WaterSports Centre @ 028 28554

Please note that mooring fees are not included in the Calves Week entry fee.

As mooring places are limited, it is recommended that you make arrangements as early as possible.

For sail repairs contact Francesca in Fastnet Sails @ 086 245 3024

For Boat, Engine and Electrical Repairs contact Rossbrin Boatyard @ 028 37352 or 086 2684943

Gas Calves Week August 2018

With over 60 confirmed entries at present, the 2018 Calves Week, organised by Schull Harbour Sailing Club, is again shaping up to provide competitive and exciting racing for the annual West Cork festival of sailing. This year will see principle sponsor Frank Whelan of “Gas Analysis Services” hoping to continue his winning streak on his Grand Soleil ‘Eleuthera’, when he will again go head to head with Connor Phelan’s 'Jump Juice' in class one.

This year’s event incorporates a race in the SCORA offshore series, and will feature racing for six classes, with new principle race officer Alan Crosbie promising a variety of laid Buoy’s and the natural marks of Roaring Water Bay.

The traditional overnight, SCORA race, starts from Crosshaven on Friday night August 3rd at 19.00 Hours. On Monday, the Baltimore regatta race will provide ample opportunity for skippers and crews to familiarise themselves with Carbery’s Hundred Isles.

The opening reception and registration takes place from 17.30h at the Fastnet Marine Centre on Monday August 6th. The first 'round the islands' race fleet starts at 11.55 on Tuesday and on Wednesday the fleets will sail a variety of courses in Long Island Bay. Thursday will see the combined fleets head for the Fastnet Rock, with the smaller boats starting first.

The series finishes on Friday with racing in Roaring Water Bay, followed by the overall presentation of prizes and closing ceremony on Schull Main Street

Local racing on Saturday continues with Crookhaven Regatta, and for those who still have some stamina left, Schull Regatta Committee finish off the week in style with an all in Cruiser race and an impressive display of shore side activities on Sunday.

Panoramic picture of Schull Harbour