Web-site updated for 2011

The web-site has now been updated for 2011 with the Sailing and Social Calendars, and details of new racing handicaps for 2011. There are some new logs, courtesy of our cruising members, and further updates to the site will follow throughout the season to keep you informed.

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Opening Day Race

Start of 2011 Sailing season
Opening Day Race – Sunday 10 April at 10.00 HW 11.02
Fahan start, two fleets
High pressure, sunshine, fair winds & great sailing almost guaranteed.
Come along and shake off the cobwebs.

VHF Radio Course

Rathmullan Sailing and Watersports Club plans to run a VHF Radio Operator Course in February – dates and costs to be confirmed, depending on numbers.

If you are interested in attending, please contact Antoin MacGabhann as soon as possible.

Email antoinmacg@gmail.com or phone +35374 93 51781 (home) or +35387 222 4068 (mob)

Season’s Greetings


A very happy Christmas to all of our members and thanks to everyone for a fantastic and generous contribution of 1300 euros for the RNLI Lifeboats raised at this years Annual Dinner in November.

Paul Hasson, Commodore

Support the RNLI

Christmas Cards and Calendars are now available at:

Caroline Dickson Architects

34 Clarendon St

Derry

Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm

Please support the RNLI

The RNLI – The charity that saves lives at sea

Lough Swilly Yacht Club Dinner Dance and Prizegiving

Book now!

The Annual LSYC Dinner Dance

An Grianan Hotel, Friday 5th November.

Wine Reception 7:30, Dinner 8:30

Followed by dancing to: ‘The Men Who Knew Too Much’

Booking: Cheques in advance, for £35 or €40 to:

Paul Hasson, 108 Rockfield Derry, BT48 8AX, +447970 947326 Email pjhassonjnr@hotmail.co.uk

Dress: Dinner Jackets

Trophies to be returned as soon as possible to Kieran McAllister (07808206107) at any Cable and Accessories Depot worldwide.

Call for Logs – Gollan Cup

Dear Members,
The nights are drawing in and the cruising season, for most of us, will be coming to a close. Many yachts have voyaged beyond Lough Swilly and will have stories worth telling. I would encourage you to commit your experiences to paper and share them with the club. All logs submitted will be considered for the Gollan Cup and will be published on the web-site. The Gollan Cup will be presented at the Annual dinner on 5th November, so all entries must be received by Fri 29 October.
I look forward to reading about your adventures by sea.

Regards
Dr Paul McSorley
Commodore