Commodore's Welcome

It gives me great pleasure as Commodore of the Royal Irish Yacht Club to welcome you to the Club's web site which I hope you will find informative and helpful. The Royal Irish Yacht Club is situated in a central location in Dun Laoghaire Harbour with excellent access and visiting sailors can be sure of a special welcome.

RIYC Christmas 2014

Christmas is always a magical time of year and we hope all Members get a chance to enjoy the Club. Aside from our scheduled events we also have the Wet Bar, Library and Cellar available for Christmas Parties and Dinners. The Dining Room is also available for Saturday Lunch or mid week Party/Dinner.

We kick of the season on Saturday 13th December when Santa comes to visit.
Christmas lunches commence on the 14th December, see here for which dates suit you best. Fill in the form send to you by post or email secretary@riyc.ie or gareth@riyc.ie if you need another one.

New Years Eve Black Tie Ball

Ring in the New Year in the Club with our Annual Black Tie New Years Eve Ball. €45pp and includes 4 course dinner, sparkling wine at midnight and DJ till late!!

Book now 

Cruising Talk & Supper December 4th

Cormac F Lowth has written many excellent articles related to our shores and also presents them well with contemporary photographs and anecdotes.Throughout most of the 19th. Century, Ringsend was home to a large fleet of gaff-rigged sailing beam trawlers. The first of these boats and their crews originated in Brixham in Devon in 1819, and there was an interchange of boats and people between Ringsend and Devon for most of the Century

Creagh Moore Sous Chef RIYC

Creagh Moore who is our Sous Chef has entered the RTE 'A Taste of Success 2014' television competition.

Creagh is lucky enough to still be in the competition that commenced filming in July and was broadcasted from 2lst October.

Creagh’s product in the competition is a low fat, high protein chicken broth, containing lentils, barley and pulses.  600 products were entered into the competition representing the four regions.  Out of the 600, 32 products have been picked for the competition.  The competition is down to the last 16 products, 4 from the Dublin region with Creagh's product being one of them.

On my own behalf and on behalf of committee members, members and staff from the Royal Irish Yacht Club I would like to wish Creagh every success in the remainder of the competition.

RTE1 Tuesday nights @8.30pm see more here

James Horan,
Commodore

Boathouse Regulations 2014

The role of the Boathouse is to provide the best possible sailing environment for Members at a reasonable cost.

The Club has excellent facilities, which should cater for the sailing needs of all members. In order to provide this service to members the current general regulations governing the use of the boathouse and pontoons/moorings are outlined below, and also as published, after Committee approval, twice yearly, on the mooring and parking application forms.

Adult Sailing Winter 2014



We have at least 13 adult sailors participating in the Turkey Shoot, thanks to Dublin Bay Sailing Club encouraging this programme.  Skippers have found this an ideal time to train up possible new crew.

If any skipper would like crew for the remainder of the Turkey Shoot or for the Spring Chicken in 2015, please email adultsailing@riyc.ie