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  • RYA Safety Boat Course Spring 2020

    EDYC wants to run a Formal RYA Safety Boat Course (takes two days) and now requests expressions of interest. We prefer a response of at least six candidates for the course, but may run with four. Briefly course content – Preparation, boat handling, dinghy rescue, windsurfer rescue, kayak or canoe

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  • EDYC Wayfarers AGM Feb 2020

    The Wayfarers’ AGM 2020 was held in the clubhouse on Wednesday 19th Feb at 7pm. It commenced with a choice of a meal with baked potatoes, followed by profiteroles, tea and coffee. It was well attended evidenced by the photo of the talk audience. Margie gave a talk on her

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  • Sailing Instructions for 2020 season – possible changes ?

    Two suggested changes (or more) are in discussion and will be deceided before the 2020 handbook goes to print. They are – make the “time limit” a definite cut off and introduce a cruiser restricted sail class, starting with cruiser II These changes are not for the inexperienced to consider

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  • AED usage

    RYA First Aid Course Completed at EDYC Jan 20

    A comprehensive first aid course along the RYA syllabus was delivered at EDYC covering all the necessary effective emergency treatment of a casualty before transfer to professional help. With special attention given to boat, club and water related scenarios. It covered the use of a defibrillator(AED) such as the one

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  • RYANI Annual Awards 2019

    RYA Northern Ireland Annual Awards were distributed on Friday 17th January 2020. The following two EDYC members were mominated for Volunteer of the Year. Some eleven nominations were made overall within NI for Volunteer of the Year classification and at an evening reception the nominations received framed certificates from Richard

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