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Race Results 5-5-2016

Written by Jim O Sullivan


Thanks to Brian Park and Mike Logan for OOD on the night

Introduction to Sailing

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CullaunOPENDAY 2016 email

Spring Regatta

Written by Billy O Mahony

Finally, great to get some good sailing under the belt.

Conditions were great with a few blows coming through to spice things up and only one or two beats where crew had to trim to leeward to keep the main open.

Well done to all the prize winners (we'll get ye next time!).
1. Margret Hynes & Mike Hayes (**four** 1st places!)
2. Mike & Niamh Haig
3. Des McMahon & Pat Biesty
Special mention to Sean O'Dea and Mike Hynes who sailed with the grown-ups, crossing the line first in the final race and being very close on other occasions.
In the Junior section, well done to Sarah Byrt who took first place.
Thanks also to Carol Anne & Alex O'Sullivan and Samantha Harding for preparing the BBQ in Donnellan's and all those who brought a dish and helped out with the many other tasks that go in to the day:

* Chris Davies & Tom Hynes on the committee boat.
* Kevin Ryan & Emmet O'Mahony on rescue
* Roisin Stynes on registration

Thanks also to Seamus and Anne in Donnelans  for loaning us the bbq for the day

updated spring Regatta results



Margaret Hynes taking first prize



Michael and Niamh Haig taking second place at the spring regatta



Des Mac Mahon and Patrick Biesty taking third Prize with their new GP14 it looks like its going to be a very active sailing season



Cullaun Sailing Club Open Night

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Safety open night

Call down to Donnelons in Kilkishen and have a chat with us about coming out and learning to sail this year

2016 Open Regatta

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2016 Spring Regatta Poster

Learn to Sail at Cullaun Sailing Club

Written by Jim O Sullivan

Clipboard034 night course introductory session spread over 4 Tuesday night Sessions from 6.30 until 9.30 Have you ever wanted to experience the thrill and excitement of sailing? Cutting across the beautiful lake in Cullaun using only the power of the wind is an amazing feeling, bringing you close to nature. Perhaps you wanted to try your hand at sailing but never taken up the opportunity? Many people believe that sailing is the preserve of the wealthy and fortunate. However, now you can discover that this is no longer the case and with access to our club boats and in the safe hands of our Instructors who will, quite literally, show you the ropes and help you to learn about sailing at a pace you feel comfortable with. At Cullaun Sailing Club we have these great sail training boats that we use for our classes and these are available to our members after the instruction classes are over. Our aim is to help you enjoy the experience of sailing in a fun and safe environment. It is a great way to meet new people and make lifelong friends.

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Open night in Donnellons Kilkishen

Written by Jim O Sullivan

donnelonsOpen night and Guest speaker for start of sailing season 2016 at Cullaun Sailing Club in Donnellans Bar Kilkishen 8.30pm on Friday 22nd April

We will give an overview on activities on the lake and our Special guest speaker Tom Mc Hugh will do a sailing safety presentation.
So if you are a sailor? or not a sailor yet and are looking for a new pastime? Why not try dinghy sailing?

It's fun, energizing outdoor activity, suitable for all ages.
Cullaun Sailing Club situated between Kilkishen and Tulla is one of the best kept secrets in the Limerick/Shannon/Clare region. Hidden on the shores of Cullaun Lake, It is an active, friendly sailing club for both young and old alike!
Come up and see us on the Lake or come to our open night to get a feel of what we do.

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