The Ardglass Race was held on Sat 3rd JUne 2017 with winds of 20 knots and a noticeable swell running at the bar mouth.
Wind direction was mainly on the nose (Southerly) with the first mark being “4” to port within the lough. The fleets turned south at the Fairway buoy despite the smaller boats not being required to by any flag instruction. The results are available on the EDYC club WEB site under results – select via the pull down series menu etc..
Now over – we had Various Fri May and June evening training sessions titled Dinghy Duck.
Both in a dull and damp climate and more favorable conditions, however we managed to keep smiling as the photos show.
We now have a registration form on our downloads section for those wanting to give us their details and attend.
We sought to encompass all comers in skill levels in all weathers, possibly classroom use occasionally. Still willing to have new joiners now!,
First – Just eight cracking photos from Wed night race on 10th May 2017
taken by our Race Officer from the committee vessel. Then 39 photos more arrived !
Great night – racing is being firmly established for the incoming season.
Alfie’s food in the bar as well !
Cleanup day took place at EDYC on Saturday 22 April 2017 with many members assisting with the cleaning and tidying tasks.
Much steel work was prepared for re-cycling and lots of rubbish accumulated in the other skip.
An excellent lunch of soup and sandwiches formed the mid day break and many worked on into the afternoon.
EDYC Regatta 2016
Please contact Margie Crawford if you would like to request a copy of one of the images.
The GP14 Ulster championship held at EDYC on 25 26 June 2016