2018 Sailing Programme
The 2018 sailing programme for the club is now available online, and can be found here. It outlines the races on given dates, what time the first gun is, and the location of the prize-giving.
Boat For Sale
‘Jasmine’, a 33 ft Westerly Storm, has just been put on the market. She is well known in SHSC and is currently afloat in Schull. If anyone is interested in further details, please contact Don Boadella on 0894 672573.
Club Cruise – June Bank Holiday 2018
Once again we have been invited to visit Glandore Harbour Yacht Club and join them for a BBQ on Saturday 2nd June. After last years effort when only one boat braved the conditions and reached Glandore, we are hoping that we can do rather better this year!
At least 3 boats are intending to leave Glandore on the Sunday for a 1 or 2 week cruise up to Dingle and maybe beyond. It is planned that they are likely to spend the Sunday night in Crookhaven before rounding the Mizen on the Monday. Any boats who would like to join this group would be most welcome.
As always, however, the weather will be the final arbiter in all these plans!
Update to planned pontoon
Click here to read about the 112,500 grant from the Dept. Of The Marine
Schull Harbour Sailing Club officials presenting a cheque to Baltimore RNLI for €2,500.00 raised by club members during the 2016 season
Schull CRBI crew on scheduled rota for the regular Wed. exercise.This Wed. our crew, under the vivacious, and, ever-smiling helm, Jackie O’Reilly, saw the crew plot course for the beautiful North Harbour of Cape Clear, on a calm and clear evening. On board with Jackie were Aidan Coughlan, Dave O’Brien, and, Michelle Looney. Shore crew was provided by Launch Authority, Tom McCarthy. The occasion was marked by a presentation to Schull Community Inshore Rescue by Niall O’Regan of An Siopa Beag, Cape Clear. This was a donation from the proceeds of the Schull Harbour Sailing Club BBQ held on Cape Clear in July. Normally this BBQ, organized by Tadhg Dwyer of SHSC, follows the annual weekly league race Schull –to- North Harbour, Cape Clear. Unfortunately, due to the pea-soup conditions at the time, the race was abandoned. Not to be outdone by the weather, a ferry was organized and an excellent turn-out from the Sailing Club, saw upwards to 60 members and friends dis-embark at North Harbour, for an excellent BBQ, laid on by Niall O’Regan and staff Our thanks to Niall O’Regan of An Siopa Beag for this kind, and, thoughtful, gesture.
Saturday Racing 2 July 2016
Pictures of the boats racing in a stiff breeze in the Club Race for the Haltone and Pot Still Trophies (courtesy of Mick Murphy) and one from the back of the fleet.