The Irish sailing Association is the body that regulates sailing and training in Ireland, we joined the ISA in 2008 so that we could benefit from their experience and organisation and give our members the best chance to raise their standard of sailing.
We have a long way to go to have boats similar to other clubs but we have been around since 2003 and steadily improved each year. I am confident that given the right equipment some of our sailors would match the best in the country, for now we must continue to improve our techniques and get the boats we have into the best possible state of repair. To view what is happening in other clubs, check out the ISA website
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We have boats to suit all ages & experience, we can combine sailing/powerboating with history lessons, old tales, island camping with some survival training and fishing to give you a real outdoors experience at a level you are comfortable with! You chose what you want!
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To name a few things you can do. If you would like to know more just contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or call on 00 353 87 657 9348
William Maxwell’s account of the sea passage from Mulranny to Croy lodge via Bellacragher Bay in 1816
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