Date – 2nd – 6th January 2013
The 420 New Year training camp is due to take place in RCYC from the 2nd to 6th January. Coaches will be confirmed over the next few weeks. We currently have a number of sailors interested in the camp and we hope to have these confirmed over the next week. Accomodation is available with various family’s around cork and Tom Crosbie will help arrange this if needed.
We have put together a plan of what we feel the sailors need to work on, however if you are able to send through to us what you wish to work on, we will be able to work this into the schedule before we arrive. Please send these onto tom [at] curradinghy [dot] com
The training is due to start on the 2nd January at 11am to allow for sailors arriving on the day to be rigged up and ready for first briefing. We require the boats to be rigged and ready to be launched, however sailors should not be changed. We advise that you bring appropriate clothing for on the water and on land. Please also bring with you notebooks, pens and rulebook
Boats are available to borrow if required, please notify us in advance if you wish or know of any sailors looking to take part.
The cost of training will be 100€/person, payment is due on the first day of training.
PLEASE CONFIRM IF YOU WISH TO ATTEND THE TRAINING
For any other information, please contact Tom Mapplebeck
tom [at] curradinghy [dot] com
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After a year off, the 420 Currabinny cup was once more sailed in Cork harbour as part of a "festival of dinghy sailing" on the 3rd and 4th of November alongside the optimist and laser End of Season. All boats were local, there was a bite in the air and the breeze was up on both days.
A strong local contingent 9 boats from Skerries, Malahide, Howth, Sutton and Clontarf and 10 visitors from Dunlaoghaire, Wexford, Cork, Tralee and Galway made a superb weekend of class coaching in Howth.
Near perfect training conditions were provided on the Saturday with an average 10 knots and sun shine giving plenty of opportunity to learn new skills or develop existing ones under the guidance of the coaching team. The coaching team was headed up by Ross Killian, 420 national coach, and assisted by Ger Owens, Tomas Mapplebeck and Graeme Grant. The sailors enjoyed dinner in the evening giving an opportunity to unwind and have some banter about the day’s activities on the water and to eat some birthday cake.
Sunday saw slightly poorer weather conditions in the morning with rain dying out to very cold conditions but the perfect wind was still there giving two great sessions on the water. The weekend has provided great support to the growing class of 420s in Howth Yacht Club and the surrounding area. But was also a great indicator to the strength and depth of the class for the upcoming 2013 season.
Special thanks have to go to all of the sailors without whom the event could not have been the success it was, Irish 420 class association and Brian Mc Dowell for co ordination and support before, during and after; Howth Yacht Club for the use of the facility and access to the fantastic training areas; Ian Dickson, Malahide YC and the ISA for use of the coach boats; the coaches; and Des Flood the class captain in Howth.
Winter training will continue in Howth Yacht Club
The next class training will be in the Royal St George Yacht Club 11th-12th November
First, a reminder that the next class training weekend is scheduled for 13-14 October in Howth.
At the same time plans are underway for the next class training weekend in the Royal St George Yacht Club on 10th and 11th November 2012.
All abilities of sailors will be catered for with boats available for beginners and improvers try out. Charter Boats are available from CurraDinghy. Expert coaching will be provided by Olympic Coach Ross Killian and a team of the best coaches available.
Enrollment details will follow shortly.
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Bought to race in the European Junior Championship 2012. The boat is ready to race.
To encourage and promote the growth of the 420 class at HYC, we are working with the 420 class association and other clubs in the Leinister region. The aim of the training is to allow sailors to keep enjoying their sailing outside of the summer months, while working on improving their boat handling skills and racing technique.
The Notice of Race and the Entry Form for the Curradinghy Munster Championships 22-23 September has been published on the Royal Cork website. Note a completed entry form must with sent in before 19th September to avoid the additional €20 late payment fee.