British Youth Sailing has joined forces with the British Sailing Team to launch Project #SailFromHome – a programme of remote learning to unite and inspire young racing sailors over the coming months.
The Club has been requested by the Belfast Lough Yachting Conference to update its list of member’s boats for 2020.
Can you please check the list of boat details on the club website and advise us of any updates:
Has a boat you owned left the club or been sold to someone else in the club?
Are there any errors or omissions in the information we have about your boat?
Have you bought a new boat?
We will list the details for any member’s boat on our website, but for it to be included in the list of BLYC booklet for boats that go to regattas a valid sail number must be included.
If you intend to race in any of the NHC keelboat classes either within the club or at Belfast Lough regattas then we need to know the make and model of your boat to locate the base number from the RYA.
The current details we hold for members boats are shown on the club website at: http://www.carrickfergussc.org/boat-details/
Please advise any changes to firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible.
Thanks for your assistance
Steve Atkinson on behalf of the Sailing Committee
To celebrate we are delighted to announce that the second Women on Water Festival will be held at Carrickfergus Sailing Club and Belfast Lough Sailability!!
Ladies get the 6th June 2020 into your diaries as you don’t want to miss this awesome day! A day full of activities, meeting new people and having lots of fun!!
No experience needed or you can be a lifelong sailor we want to see you all there enjoying a great day out!!
Bookings will be opening soon so keep an eye on this page!
We look forward to seeing you on 6th June 2020!!!
#WOW #ITD #boating #trysomethingnew #togetheronthewater #ryani #carrickfergussailingclub #belfastloughsailability
The programme for the sailing season is starting to take place beginning with the Spring Series on Sunday 29th March. This will involve racing for Keelboats and Toppers.
Over Easter there will be a refresher course for Topper sailors.
The Summer racing starts for Keelboats on 5th May and continues on Tuesday and Thursday evenings through to the end of August.
Dinghy racing will take place on Wednesday evenings from the start of June pending completion of the slipway project.
A new activity this year will be Monday evening dinghy training for Adults, likely to start in June as well.
Bright Friday Nights is back again for kids from the start of June, with the addition of Taster Sessions for adults on keelboats.
The first proper RYA course for kids is expected to start at the end of June once schools finish for the summer.
The final First Aid course for the summer is expected to take place on 7th June.