Congratulations to all sailors who participated in the 2021 Open Keelboat Regatta and Cruiser Club Championships. If you’re reading this in email, click ‘Read More’ to see a gallery of the winners. Full Sailwave results here: https://www.sailwave.com/results/WHSC/WHSC%20Keelboat%20Regatta%20&%20Club%20Championships%202021.htm
WHSC Commodore Roy Power has thanked everyone who contributed to raising record funds for the RNLI during the club’s annual fundraising coffee morning and fresh produce sale. “Over a very busy weekend – with the Club Cruiser Championships, the Dale Morris and Harris Trophy Parent and Child races also on – it was an excellent […]
The annual Club Cruiser Championships and Open Keelboat Regatta took place this weekend at WHSC. We were delighted to welcome so many visitors from other clubs who travelled to participate in the event. A total of seventeen boats, including seven 1720s, took to the water for a great two days’ racing in near-ideal conditions. […]
Huge congratulations from everyone at WHSC to Fodhla Dunne and Sinead O’Reilly who put in a brilliant performance and came second in the silver fleet at the 420 Leinster Championships last week. Also doing the club proud in initially light winds at the event, which later picked up to 9-10 knots, were Polly and Bertie […]
Congratulations to WHSC sailors including helms cruiser captain Julian Hughes and Alex Coleman who took part in the 1720 Easterns at Howth Yacht Club at the weekend. Julian’s Root 1 placed fifth overall, while Alex’s Red Eye came 12th in the BNRG-sponsored championships. There were great performances too by an adopted Dunmore boat, Ben Scallan’s […]
Congratulations to the 40 or so hardy sailors who participated in the Topper Traveller event at WHSC on Sunday July 11 in less than ideal conditions. There was some great sailing and huge resilience and grit on display – as well as lumpy seas, changeable winds and a lot of rain. The […]
Good luck to all sailors taking part in the Topper Traveller event at WHSC on Sunday July 11 2021. Over 40 local and visiting boats have registered to take part. Briefing takes place at 9.30am, with first gun at 11am. Full sailing instructions are available here.
Download a copy of the Sailing Instructions here