Try Sailing - Sail Free
Join us for our annual Try Sailing Open Day
FREE sailing taster sessions and a warm welcome
Try out some small boat dinghy sailing fun on Sunday 15th May or experience the thrill of catamaran sailing. This is a great chance to discover the joy of sailing in a boat to suit you and to meet the gang at the club. All ages are welcome.
Come to Ballycroy and try sailing for free
We have a number of boats that our sailors will take you out for a half an hour or so.
Wear a wet suit if you have one, if not thermals and warm clothes that can get wet. While we don't intend to get you wet, boats capsize, its part of the fun!
You will need foot wear that will get wet.
If you have a buoyancy aid please bring one. We have some spare ones if you don't.
It's colder on and near the water so dress warm and bring some shower proof clothes. You may get splashed!
Call or email us for more details.
Date: Sunday 15th of May
Time: 1pm to 5pm
What: Free Dinghy/catamaran sailing
Please book in advance, letting us know your level of boating skill, ages etc, no experience is required just a little curiosity !
If you enjoy your Try Sailing Experience and would like to learn more, you are welcome to join the club €100 family/adult annual membership, €50 junior. We will have regular sailing sessions in May and June with training courses planned for July and August catering for absolute beginners to experienced sailors and power-boaters. There is no requirement to have your own boat but you are welcome to bring it along, there is loads of storage room.
Phone: 087 657 9348
Choose Your Adventure!
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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William Maxwell’s account of the sea passage from Mulranny to Croy lodge via Bellacragher Bay in 1816
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