1850

A reminder of the early years

Caprice
The cutter in which William Potts, a founder member of the
Royal St George YC...
1865

A reminder of the early years

Egeria.
This 1865-built schooner was one of the most successful boats owned by a
Roya...
1871

A reminder of the early years

Finishing in the harbour at the Royal St George Regatta
1883

A reminder of the early years

Britannia
Royal cutter in Dun Laoghaire harbour in 1893 on her
delivery voyage from t...
1884

A reminder of the early years

Irex
John Jameson's 1884-built cutter
1948

1948 Olympic Team at Torquay, (back) Hugh Allen, Jem
Sullivan, Errol McNally, (front) Jimmy Mooney, Billy Mooney,
& ...
1948

Dr. Rory O'Hanlon and crew heading through Meelick lock
on the Shannon in his Dragon.
1950

Douglas Heard (left) and designer Uffa Fox discussing the
new Huff of Arklow on the RSGYC veranda in 1950
1950

1950 Dun Laoghaire Township Regatta L to R, Brynoth,
Punctilio, Acushla, Truant, Water Wag Vela, The Truant,
Ainmara...
1957

Gerry Owens & Freddy Moran Irish Heron Champions 1957
1958

Dublin Bay Junior Section adjacent to West Pier, Dun Laoghaire
1959

Sean Flood IDRA 14 Champion 1958 & 1959
1960

Heron Championships Skerries - Peter & Brian Craig in 1031
1963

1963 Sean Hooper Trophy Winners, Brian Mc Donagh, Michael
O'Rahilly, Vincent Delany, Peter Gray, John Kidney, Johnny...
1964

Dragon Olympic Team at Sagami Bay Japan. Harry Maguire in
middle with Eddie Kelleher & Robin Dalton
1964

Phillip Jacob & Bill Pigot 14ft Class winners Baltimore
1965

The Aran sweater brigade Brian McManus, Denis Richardson, Des
Thorpe, Gary Treacy, Richard Fitzpatrick & Johnny Ross...
1966

Sean Flood & Neil Hegarty at 1966 505 World
Championships in Adelaide, Australia
1967

International Junior Regatta Loosdrecht, Holland. L to R Philip
Watson, Lee Cuffe Smith, Terry Roche, David Wilkins,...
1968

Robin Hennessy & Robert Michael (centre) winners of
Endeavour Trophy at Burnham 1968
1971

Adrian & Maeve Bell 1971 & 1976 Irish Helmsmans Champions
1971

Colin McMullen 1971 OK Dinghy Champion of Canada
1971

David Wilkins in 1971 pre Olympic Regatta at Athens
1971

Brian Craig & Patrick Blaney Firefly National Champions 1971
1972

1972 Senior Mirror Champions at Fenit.
Winners Brian O'Hare & Gerry Dowling being congratulated by Dr Noel O'Hare (c...
1973

Sean Flood in funny hat, Harry Byrne & Joe McMenamin
Irish Dragon Champions 1973
1973

Barry O'Neill & Jamie Wilkinson Irish 1970 Fireball Champions
1973

Adrian & Maeve Bell Irish Fireball Championship runners up followed
by Mick Donoghue. Ailbe, Jean, Mick & Paul have ...
1974

Adrian & Maeve Bell Fireball Irish Champions 1974, 1976 to
1981, 1984, 1985, 1987 & 1988
1974

UK Tempest National Champions David Wilkins & Derek Jago
1975

David Wilkins & Derek Jago Silver medallists at Weymouth
Olympic week 1974 to 76
1975

Brian Craig & Paddy Varian
Fireball 1975 Irish National Champions
1976

Irish Sailing Team 1976 Montreal Olympic Games
1976

Peter Gray
Olympic Council of Ireland member & Assistant Chef de Mission
to Irish Team 1976 Montreal Olympic Games
1976

Olympians Barry O’Neill & Jamie Wilkinson in Flying Dutchman
1976

Brian O'Hare leads Dr Noel O'Hare in DMYC frostbite.
1977

“All the nice girls love a sailor”
1977 Fireball Worlds, Kinsale
1977

“Cu Two” Atlantic crossings 1976 to 78
with Sean Barnes & crew
1977

The Wags visit Dromineer.
Leo Keegan, Hilary Henry, Germaine Creswell, Seymour Cresswell, Geoff Sarratt,
David Sarra...
1979

ICC Cruise 1979
Brian, Andrew and PB
1980

David Wilkins receives silver medal from Lord Kilannin at
1980 Olympic Games in USSR
1980

David Wilkins being congratulated by an old friend of Irish
sailing, Lord Kilannin at 1980 Olympic Games in USSR
1980

Sean Flood ISORA Champion 1980 with Lord Kilannin & DD O'Brien
1980

Brian Craig & Justin Geoghegan - Newsom Trophy Winners 1980
1982

Brian & Sean Craig Fireball Irish National Champions 1982
1982

1982 World Fireball Championships in Italy
Adrian & Maeve Bell, leading the fleet home.
1982

Chris Fleming receiving Irish Open Boardsailing Champions trophy
1982

John Bourke on Moonduster 1982 Round Ireland Winner
1983

Brian Craig & John Lavery Irish Helmsman Champions 1983
1983

Gerry Owens, Tom Fitzpatrick & Brendan O'Connor
Dragon 1983 Irish Champions
1983

Ian French winner of Ruffian 1983 Irish Championships
1983

Anne & Ronald Cudmore with Chris & Mark in Bermuda 1983 on
return trip to Ireland from Chicago via the Mississipi, t...
1983

Pete Hogan & Molly B in Galway 1983
1985

Adrian & Maeve Bell Silver Medallists in 'Belladonna'
World Championships Italy
1986

Ruffian 1986 National Champion
“Sakala” and Dave Constant
1986

Jack Coffey returns safely to Dun Laoghaire from encounter
with Hurricane Charlie
1987

Wags visit Lough Erne
1987

Prof O'Connell AIB Irish Junior Laser Champion
1987

John Ross Murphy with Jaws winning
Irish J24 Championship 1987 in Lough
Erne with Bill Rickard, Vincent Delany
& Der...
1988

Sean Flood
Irish Half Ton Champion
1988

David Wilkins & Peter Kennedy in Flying Dutchman at Seoul
Olympic Games
1989

Angela Farrell-Heath returns home from Round World Yacht Race
on “Maiden”
1989

Heather & Sean Craig
Enterprise 1989 Irish National Champions
1990

J24 1990 World Championships Dun Laoghaire
Johnny Ross Murphy leads around gybe mark.
1992

David Wilkins & Peter Kennedy
in Flying Dutchman at Olympic
Games in Barcelona
1992

1992 postage stamp to coincide with Barcelona Olympic sailing.
Features the Flying Dutchman of David Wilkins medal w...
1993

Irish 1993 Helmsman Champion
Sean Craig
1993

Pete Hogan & Molly B in New Zealand
1994

J24 European Championships
Bronze Medallists Johnny Ross
Murphy, David Green, Bruce &
Brad Anson & Trickie Dickie
1994

Hobo V Winner of Round Ireland 1994 IOR
John Bourke & crew
1994

President Robinson receives Pete Hogan round world adventurer
& his father TP Hogan in 1994
1994

Commodore Bill Riordan with Pete and TP Hogan
1995

John Bourke, Brian Smullen, Jonathon Fildes and Michael
O'Leary at start of Round the World Rally 1995
1995

John Lavery & David O'Brien 1995 World Fireball Champions
1997

Irish 1997 Dragon Champions
John Lavery & Paul Maguire
with “Das Boot”
1997

Shannon One Design
1997 National Champions
Stephen & John O’Driscoll
1997

Helmsmans Champion
1994, 1997, 1998 & 2004
Tom Fitzpatrick
1998

Shannon One Design 1998 Champions
Jonathan Craig, Brian Craig & Andrew Felton
1999

Peter Bowring, Paul Maguire & John Lavery in a
downwind hurry in Tasmania
1999

Ruffian 1999 National Champions
Scruffian wins with Mark Ridgway, Mary McLoughlin, Fionnbarr Kennedy, Richard
O'Conn...
2000

Russell Coutts with Brad Butterworth dipping IRL 148 Mustang, Ailbe
Millerick, Con Murphy and Mat Kennedy at Dourarn...
2001

Shipman Class Wicklow-Arklow Race winners
John Bourke, Hugh McCullough, Harry Byrne, Chuck Adams, Pippa Coughlen & R...
2001

Frank Guy in Mary Kate winning the Water Wag 2001 Championships
2001

470 European Championships Dun Laoghaire
Australian Team visit County Hall Including Olympic Gold medalists Nathan W...
2002

In heavy traffic through Panama Canal

A remote southern ocean anchorage

Peter & Susan Gray circumnavigation with ”...
2002

Susan & Peter Gray complete circumnavigation with
“Waxwing”to a rapturous welcome in Dalkey Sound.
2002

Geoff, Catso & PB enjoying the ARC
2002

Max Treacy & Anthony Shanks with Star Class King of Spain Cup 2002
2003

Classic Half Ton Cup 2003 Nieuwpoort, Belgium
Shay Moran, Peter Evans, Vincent Delany and others with “Blue Berret P...
2003

Dragon Class Grand Prix Petit Navire de Douarnenez 2003
winners, Johnny Ross Murphy, Con Murphy & ‘Little’ Ed Peel i...
2003

Swiss 2003 Fireball National Champions
Shane McCarthy & Tom Hall
2003

UK 2003 Fireball National Champions
Shane McCarthy & Andy Thompson
2003

Shannon One Design 2003 Champions
John and Stephen O‘Driscoll
2003

Mirror 2003 Irish National Champions
Jonathon & Mathew O'Dowd
2004

276 Dragon at start

75th Dragon Class Anniversary Race St Tropez
Celebrating win with Queen Anne Marie of Greece, A...
2004

470 Class Olympic Games, Athens
Ger Owens & Ross Killian
2004

49er Class Olympic Games, Athens
Tom Fitzpatrick & Frazer Brown
2005

Junior European Championships - Lake Garda - Italy
Bronze medallasts Kenneth Rumball and David Moran
2005

Laser 2005 National Champion
Roger Craig
2005

Will Atkinson in Laser 4.7 Dubai Regatta 2005
2006

With Blayney Rice in Antarctica
as King Neptune en route
from Equator to Salvador

Michael Holland on pole to pole a...
2006

The Champion of Champions
2007

2007 Matty O'Dowd & Jack Burke celebrate winning Swedish
Feva Nationals
2007

Prof and Ben Cooke at 2007 Star Worlds, Cascais
2007

Dragon 2003, 2007, 2009 & 2013 National Champions
Neil Hegarty, David Williams & Peter Bowring with “Phantom”
2007

Chris Fleming & Peter Bowring in 2007 Dragon Nationals
2008

Don O'Donaghue, Mark Petit & Brian Matthews 2008 Dragon UK
National Championship & Edinburgh Cup winners
2008

Cork Week 2008
Barry Byrne, Brendan Foley & Prof O'Connell on Tiamat
2008

Irish Ruffian Champions 2008
Derek & Carol Mitchell, Jim Dolan, Robert Rigby-Jones & Anna Leach with Ruff Nuff
2008

Ger Owens & Phil Lawton Beijin Olympics 2008
2008

Frank Guy & Owen McNally
with “Gavotte”in
Water Wag 2008 Jubilee Cup
2008

X-332 2008 Irish and UK National Champions
John Gordon & crew of X-Rated
2009

Dragon Class 2009 Primo Cup
Michael Cotter, Simon Brien & Davy Gomes
2009

Dun Laoghaire to Dingle race record breaker.
Michael Cotters “Whisper”
2009

Volvo DL Regatta Boat of the Week
Flor O'Driscoll & crew.
2009

Ruffian 2009 National Champions
Bruce Carswell receiving trophy from Stuart Musgrave, with crew Stuart
Martin, Colin...
2009

J109 National Champions at 2009 Volvo DL Regatta
Tino Hyland & Nigel Biggs & crew.
2010

With friend on way to collect
specs in Marmaris

Ann Woulfe-Flanagan on “Beowulf” entering Didim Marina, Turkey 2010
2010

Dr Alf Delany Cup for best DBSC dinghy,
“Anemos” with Pete & Anne Evans
2010

Michael Cotters “Whisper” rock hopping in Maxi Worlds, Sardinia
2010

Cork Week 2010
Errislannan crew with the Kinsale Kettle awarded for Boat of the Week –
Patrick Kirwan, James Kirwan,...
2010

Irish National Dragon Champions 2008, 2010 & 2011
Martin Byrne, Adam Winklemann & Pedro Andrade
2011

Edinburgh Cup 2011
Martin Byrne, Adam Winklemann & Pedro Andrade
2011

Shipman 2011 National Champions
Pascale Wolfe, Graham Miles & Christine Heath
2011

Melges 24 Worlds 2011
Prof O'Connell Bronze Medallist on “Embarr “
2011

2011 Dutch Dragon Championships
Paul Maguire, Ho Jo & Peter Bowring
2012

2012 ISAF Youth World Championships
Alexander Rumball & Rory McStay in SL16
2012

Squib 2012 National Champions
Aidan O'Connell & Ben O'Donoghue with “Ruby Blue”
2012

Flying Fifteen 2012 National Champions
John Lavery & David O’Brien
2012

2012 Olympic Games at Weymouth
Ger Owens & Scott Flannigan 470 Class
2012

UK 2012 IRC National Championships
Prof O’Connell aboard “Fever”
2012

Cork Week 2012
Prof O’Connell aboard “Impetuous”
2012

Simon Brien RS Elite 2012 Champion in “Kin”
2012

UK 2012 Dragon National Championships & Edinburgh Cup
Simon Brien with “Kin”
2012

Damian Foxall
“Groupama”, with Kerryman Damian Foxall on board, ended eight months

of racing with victory in the we...
2012

RS200 National Champions 2012,
Howth
Stephen & Sean Craig
2012

IYRU Youth World 2012 Championships
Sophie Murphy in Laser Radial
2013

Shipman 2013 National Champions
Bruce Lyster, Henry Rooke, Peter Wallis, Peter Beamish, Keith McCarthy
Morrogh, & Mi...
2013

UK Womens Open Keelboat Champions, Cowes 2013
Carol O’Kelly (pink) with crew of “Journeymaker V “
2013

SB20 Masters World Champions 2013
Marty Cuppage with Peter Lee
2013

RSGYC Squibs crowd podium in 2013 Volvo Regatta
2013

Commodore's Cup 2013
Prof O’Connell aboard “Roxy 6”
TEAM RACING
1952

1952 Team Racing Wilson Trophy winners
Jimmy Mooney, Jennifer Miller, Heather Mller, David Ryder, Adrian Henry, Robi...
1963

1963 Junior Team Racing Championship, Crosshaven
1972

1972 RYA Dunhill Team Championship
Finalists, Paddy Blaney, Paul Cassidy, Peter Craig, Brian Craig, Vincent Delaney ...
1972

Ross Murphy closes on Nick Martin

'Not us this time'.
1972 RYA Team Championships, Southport
Bob Fisher emerges fro...
1972

1972 Wilson Trophy winners,
Brian Craig, Paddy Blaney, Peter Courtney & Peter Craig
1973

1973 RYA Dunhill Team Championship finalists
Johnny Ross Murphy, Michael Blaney, Peter & Brian Craig, Shay Moran & J...
1974

1974 Irish Team Racing Champions
Johnny Ross Murphy, Andrew, Brian & Peter Craig, Paul Cassidy & Vincent Delany
1974

1974 RYA Dunhill Prince Phillip Trophy winners, Queen Mary SC.
Shay Moran, Owen Delany, Peter Craig, Johnny Ross-Mur...
1974

1974 Wilson Trophy Winners at West Kirby
Brian & Peter Craig, Paul Cassidy, Johnny Ross-Murphy, Vincent Delany
& And...
1987

RSGYC Team at International Inter Club Team Racing, St Lucia 1987
Ivan Firth, Dick Lovegrove, Pete Evans, Brian Crai...
1989

RSGYC Team at International Inter Club Team Racing, Larchment
1989
1989

1989 Wilson Trophy finals
Andrew Craig, Johnny Ross Murphy, Brian Craig, Rachel Crebbin, Martin Starkey
1995

ISAF 1995 Team Racing World Championship, silver medalists.
Paddy Oliver, Tom Fitzpatrick, Dave McHugh, Mark Little,...
1998

Team Racing 50th anniversary gathering in 1998
Alf Delany, Dick Uren & Johnnie Hooper
1999

The Spectators

The Followers

1999 Indigo ISAF Worlds Team Racing Championships
The Opening Ceremony
2000

John Sheedy
Team & Match Racing Champion 2000 to 2012
2010

Rachel Guy & Jonathan O'Dowd Team Racing in 2010
2012

Millennium Bowl winners 2012
David Wilkins, Marcus Pearson, Peter Bowring, Tim Pearson, Aidan Millerick, Gillian Wil...
Glen Class memorabilia
Glen Class memorabilia

George Craig, a legend
Glen Class memorabilia

Harry Maguire, Olympian
Glen Class memorabilia

Gerry Kinsella, Andrew O'Kelly, PJ Hamill and Philippa Grant
Glen Class memorabilia

Keith, Adrian, Brian, Horner , Peter, Harry, Tiffin & Donal.
Glen Class memorabilia

Glens garden party at Harry & Tifffins.
Roger and Grainne O‘Meara, Jimmy and Madge O'Sullivan, Geo...
Glen Class memorabilia

Roger O’Meara, Philippa Grant , Donal O’Connor & Christie Massie
Glen Class memorabilia

Roger O’Meara, Richard Stewart, Michael Doorley, & Harry Maguire
Glen Class memorabilia

Michael Suttle, Michael Reid, PJ Hamill, George Bloch, Shane Hamill, Peter Bloch, Harry
Maguire, B...
Glen Class memorabilia

Glen Class garden party
THE END
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  1. 1. 1850 A reminder of the early years Caprice The cutter in which William Potts, a founder member of the Royal St George YC, cruised to Iceland in 1850
  2. 2. 1865 A reminder of the early years Egeria. This 1865-built schooner was one of the most successful boats owned by a Royal St George YC member during the halcyon years at the height of the Victorian era
  3. 3. 1871 A reminder of the early years Finishing in the harbour at the Royal St George Regatta
  4. 4. 1883 A reminder of the early years Britannia Royal cutter in Dun Laoghaire harbour in 1893 on her delivery voyage from the Clyde to the Solent
  5. 5. 1884 A reminder of the early years Irex John Jameson's 1884-built cutter
  6. 6. 1948 1948 Olympic Team at Torquay, (back) Hugh Allen, Jem Sullivan, Errol McNally, (front) Jimmy Mooney, Billy Mooney, & Alf Delany.
  7. 7. 1948 Dr. Rory O'Hanlon and crew heading through Meelick lock on the Shannon in his Dragon.
  8. 8. 1950 Douglas Heard (left) and designer Uffa Fox discussing the new Huff of Arklow on the RSGYC veranda in 1950
  9. 9. 1950 1950 Dun Laoghaire Township Regatta L to R, Brynoth, Punctilio, Acushla, Truant, Water Wag Vela, The Truant, Ainmara, Ziska and Mavis.
  10. 10. 1957 Gerry Owens & Freddy Moran Irish Heron Champions 1957
  11. 11. 1958 Dublin Bay Junior Section adjacent to West Pier, Dun Laoghaire
  12. 12. 1959 Sean Flood IDRA 14 Champion 1958 & 1959
  13. 13. 1960 Heron Championships Skerries - Peter & Brian Craig in 1031
  14. 14. 1963 1963 Sean Hooper Trophy Winners, Brian Mc Donagh, Michael O'Rahilly, Vincent Delany, Peter Gray, John Kidney, Johnny Hooper
  15. 15. 1964 Dragon Olympic Team at Sagami Bay Japan. Harry Maguire in middle with Eddie Kelleher & Robin Dalton
  16. 16. 1964 Phillip Jacob & Bill Pigot 14ft Class winners Baltimore
  17. 17. 1965 The Aran sweater brigade Brian McManus, Denis Richardson, Des Thorpe, Gary Treacy, Richard Fitzpatrick & Johnny Ross Murphy
  18. 18. 1966 Sean Flood & Neil Hegarty at 1966 505 World Championships in Adelaide, Australia
  19. 19. 1967 International Junior Regatta Loosdrecht, Holland. L to R Philip Watson, Lee Cuffe Smith, Terry Roche, David Wilkins, Margaret Cuffe Smith.
  20. 20. 1968 Robin Hennessy & Robert Michael (centre) winners of Endeavour Trophy at Burnham 1968
  21. 21. 1971 Adrian & Maeve Bell 1971 & 1976 Irish Helmsmans Champions
  22. 22. 1971 Colin McMullen 1971 OK Dinghy Champion of Canada
  23. 23. 1971 David Wilkins in 1971 pre Olympic Regatta at Athens
  24. 24. 1971 Brian Craig & Patrick Blaney Firefly National Champions 1971
  25. 25. 1972 1972 Senior Mirror Champions at Fenit. Winners Brian O'Hare & Gerry Dowling being congratulated by Dr Noel O'Hare (centre)
  26. 26. 1973 Sean Flood in funny hat, Harry Byrne & Joe McMenamin Irish Dragon Champions 1973
  27. 27. 1973 Barry O'Neill & Jamie Wilkinson Irish 1970 Fireball Champions
  28. 28. 1973 Adrian & Maeve Bell Irish Fireball Championship runners up followed by Mick Donoghue. Ailbe, Jean, Mick & Paul have fun ashore.
  29. 29. 1974 Adrian & Maeve Bell Fireball Irish Champions 1974, 1976 to 1981, 1984, 1985, 1987 & 1988
  30. 30. 1974 UK Tempest National Champions David Wilkins & Derek Jago
  31. 31. 1975 David Wilkins & Derek Jago Silver medallists at Weymouth Olympic week 1974 to 76
  32. 32. 1975 Brian Craig & Paddy Varian Fireball 1975 Irish National Champions
  33. 33. 1976 Irish Sailing Team 1976 Montreal Olympic Games
  34. 34. 1976 Peter Gray Olympic Council of Ireland member & Assistant Chef de Mission to Irish Team 1976 Montreal Olympic Games
  35. 35. 1976 Olympians Barry O’Neill & Jamie Wilkinson in Flying Dutchman
  36. 36. 1976 Brian O'Hare leads Dr Noel O'Hare in DMYC frostbite.
  37. 37. 1977 “All the nice girls love a sailor” 1977 Fireball Worlds, Kinsale
  38. 38. 1977 “Cu Two” Atlantic crossings 1976 to 78 with Sean Barnes & crew
  39. 39. 1977 The Wags visit Dromineer. Leo Keegan, Hilary Henry, Germaine Creswell, Seymour Cresswell, Geoff Sarratt, David Sarratt, Patricia Delany, George Henry & Alf Delany
  40. 40. 1979 ICC Cruise 1979 Brian, Andrew and PB
  41. 41. 1980 David Wilkins receives silver medal from Lord Kilannin at 1980 Olympic Games in USSR
  42. 42. 1980 David Wilkins being congratulated by an old friend of Irish sailing, Lord Kilannin at 1980 Olympic Games in USSR
  43. 43. 1980 Sean Flood ISORA Champion 1980 with Lord Kilannin & DD O'Brien
  44. 44. 1980 Brian Craig & Justin Geoghegan - Newsom Trophy Winners 1980
  45. 45. 1982 Brian & Sean Craig Fireball Irish National Champions 1982
  46. 46. 1982 1982 World Fireball Championships in Italy Adrian & Maeve Bell, leading the fleet home.
  47. 47. 1982 Chris Fleming receiving Irish Open Boardsailing Champions trophy
  48. 48. 1982 John Bourke on Moonduster 1982 Round Ireland Winner
  49. 49. 1983 Brian Craig & John Lavery Irish Helmsman Champions 1983
  50. 50. 1983 Gerry Owens, Tom Fitzpatrick & Brendan O'Connor Dragon 1983 Irish Champions
  51. 51. 1983 Ian French winner of Ruffian 1983 Irish Championships
  52. 52. 1983 Anne & Ronald Cudmore with Chris & Mark in Bermuda 1983 on return trip to Ireland from Chicago via the Mississipi, the Gulf of Mexico and Florida.
  53. 53. 1983 Pete Hogan & Molly B in Galway 1983
  54. 54. 1985 Adrian & Maeve Bell Silver Medallists in 'Belladonna' World Championships Italy
  55. 55. 1986 Ruffian 1986 National Champion “Sakala” and Dave Constant
  56. 56. 1986 Jack Coffey returns safely to Dun Laoghaire from encounter with Hurricane Charlie
  57. 57. 1987 Wags visit Lough Erne
  58. 58. 1987 Prof O'Connell AIB Irish Junior Laser Champion
  59. 59. 1987 John Ross Murphy with Jaws winning Irish J24 Championship 1987 in Lough Erne with Bill Rickard, Vincent Delany & Derek Jago.
  60. 60. 1988 Sean Flood Irish Half Ton Champion
  61. 61. 1988 David Wilkins & Peter Kennedy in Flying Dutchman at Seoul Olympic Games
  62. 62. 1989 Angela Farrell-Heath returns home from Round World Yacht Race on “Maiden”
  63. 63. 1989 Heather & Sean Craig Enterprise 1989 Irish National Champions
  64. 64. 1990 J24 1990 World Championships Dun Laoghaire Johnny Ross Murphy leads around gybe mark.
  65. 65. 1992 David Wilkins & Peter Kennedy in Flying Dutchman at Olympic Games in Barcelona
  66. 66. 1992 1992 postage stamp to coincide with Barcelona Olympic sailing. Features the Flying Dutchman of David Wilkins medal winner in USSR four years previously.
  67. 67. 1993 Irish 1993 Helmsman Champion Sean Craig
  68. 68. 1993 Pete Hogan & Molly B in New Zealand
  69. 69. 1994 J24 European Championships Bronze Medallists Johnny Ross Murphy, David Green, Bruce & Brad Anson & Trickie Dickie
  70. 70. 1994 Hobo V Winner of Round Ireland 1994 IOR John Bourke & crew
  71. 71. 1994 President Robinson receives Pete Hogan round world adventurer & his father TP Hogan in 1994
  72. 72. 1994 Commodore Bill Riordan with Pete and TP Hogan
  73. 73. 1995 John Bourke, Brian Smullen, Jonathon Fildes and Michael O'Leary at start of Round the World Rally 1995
  74. 74. 1995 John Lavery & David O'Brien 1995 World Fireball Champions
  75. 75. 1997 Irish 1997 Dragon Champions John Lavery & Paul Maguire with “Das Boot”
  76. 76. 1997 Shannon One Design 1997 National Champions Stephen & John O’Driscoll
  77. 77. 1997 Helmsmans Champion 1994, 1997, 1998 & 2004 Tom Fitzpatrick
  78. 78. 1998 Shannon One Design 1998 Champions Jonathan Craig, Brian Craig & Andrew Felton
  79. 79. 1999 Peter Bowring, Paul Maguire & John Lavery in a downwind hurry in Tasmania
  80. 80. 1999 Ruffian 1999 National Champions Scruffian wins with Mark Ridgway, Mary McLoughlin, Fionnbarr Kennedy, Richard O'Connor, Fred Ridgway, David Hammond, Peter Richardson, Suzanne McGarry
  81. 81. 2000 Russell Coutts with Brad Butterworth dipping IRL 148 Mustang, Ailbe Millerick, Con Murphy and Mat Kennedy at Dourarnenez, France
  82. 82. 2001 Shipman Class Wicklow-Arklow Race winners John Bourke, Hugh McCullough, Harry Byrne, Chuck Adams, Pippa Coughlen & Richard Hooper.
  83. 83. 2001 Frank Guy in Mary Kate winning the Water Wag 2001 Championships
  84. 84. 2001 470 European Championships Dun Laoghaire Australian Team visit County Hall Including Olympic Gold medalists Nathan Wilmot & Malcolm Page and coach Victor Kovalenko.
  85. 85. 2002 In heavy traffic through Panama Canal A remote southern ocean anchorage Peter & Susan Gray circumnavigation with ”Waxwing” 1999 to 2002
  86. 86. 2002 Susan & Peter Gray complete circumnavigation with “Waxwing”to a rapturous welcome in Dalkey Sound.
  87. 87. 2002 Geoff, Catso & PB enjoying the ARC
  88. 88. 2002 Max Treacy & Anthony Shanks with Star Class King of Spain Cup 2002
  89. 89. 2003 Classic Half Ton Cup 2003 Nieuwpoort, Belgium Shay Moran, Peter Evans, Vincent Delany and others with “Blue Berret Pi”
  90. 90. 2003 Dragon Class Grand Prix Petit Navire de Douarnenez 2003 winners, Johnny Ross Murphy, Con Murphy & ‘Little’ Ed Peel in “Rigmarole”
  91. 91. 2003 Swiss 2003 Fireball National Champions Shane McCarthy & Tom Hall
  92. 92. 2003 UK 2003 Fireball National Champions Shane McCarthy & Andy Thompson
  93. 93. 2003 Shannon One Design 2003 Champions John and Stephen O‘Driscoll
  94. 94. 2003 Mirror 2003 Irish National Champions Jonathon & Mathew O'Dowd
  95. 95. 2004 276 Dragon at start 75th Dragon Class Anniversary Race St Tropez Celebrating win with Queen Anne Marie of Greece, Ailbe Millerick, Ed Peel & Johnny Ross Murphy
  96. 96. 2004 470 Class Olympic Games, Athens Ger Owens & Ross Killian
  97. 97. 2004 49er Class Olympic Games, Athens Tom Fitzpatrick & Frazer Brown
  98. 98. 2005 Junior European Championships - Lake Garda - Italy Bronze medallasts Kenneth Rumball and David Moran
  99. 99. 2005 Laser 2005 National Champion Roger Craig
  100. 100. 2005 Will Atkinson in Laser 4.7 Dubai Regatta 2005
  101. 101. 2006 With Blayney Rice in Antarctica as King Neptune en route from Equator to Salvador Michael Holland on pole to pole adventure
  102. 102. 2006 The Champion of Champions
  103. 103. 2007 2007 Matty O'Dowd & Jack Burke celebrate winning Swedish Feva Nationals
  104. 104. 2007 Prof and Ben Cooke at 2007 Star Worlds, Cascais
  105. 105. 2007 Dragon 2003, 2007, 2009 & 2013 National Champions Neil Hegarty, David Williams & Peter Bowring with “Phantom”
  106. 106. 2007 Chris Fleming & Peter Bowring in 2007 Dragon Nationals
  107. 107. 2008 Don O'Donaghue, Mark Petit & Brian Matthews 2008 Dragon UK National Championship & Edinburgh Cup winners
  108. 108. 2008 Cork Week 2008 Barry Byrne, Brendan Foley & Prof O'Connell on Tiamat
  109. 109. 2008 Irish Ruffian Champions 2008 Derek & Carol Mitchell, Jim Dolan, Robert Rigby-Jones & Anna Leach with Ruff Nuff
  110. 110. 2008 Ger Owens & Phil Lawton Beijin Olympics 2008
  111. 111. 2008 Frank Guy & Owen McNally with “Gavotte”in Water Wag 2008 Jubilee Cup
  112. 112. 2008 X-332 2008 Irish and UK National Champions John Gordon & crew of X-Rated
  113. 113. 2009 Dragon Class 2009 Primo Cup Michael Cotter, Simon Brien & Davy Gomes
  114. 114. 2009 Dun Laoghaire to Dingle race record breaker. Michael Cotters “Whisper”
  115. 115. 2009 Volvo DL Regatta Boat of the Week Flor O'Driscoll & crew.
  116. 116. 2009 Ruffian 2009 National Champions Bruce Carswell receiving trophy from Stuart Musgrave, with crew Stuart Martin, Colin Eustice, John Eadie and Alan Claffey
  117. 117. 2009 J109 National Champions at 2009 Volvo DL Regatta Tino Hyland & Nigel Biggs & crew.
  118. 118. 2010 With friend on way to collect specs in Marmaris Ann Woulfe-Flanagan on “Beowulf” entering Didim Marina, Turkey 2010
  119. 119. 2010 Dr Alf Delany Cup for best DBSC dinghy, “Anemos” with Pete & Anne Evans
  120. 120. 2010 Michael Cotters “Whisper” rock hopping in Maxi Worlds, Sardinia
  121. 121. 2010 Cork Week 2010 Errislannan crew with the Kinsale Kettle awarded for Boat of the Week – Patrick Kirwan, James Kirwan, Denise Brett, Paul Kirwan, Frank Dillon, John McElree, Brendan Briscoe, Katy Kirwan.
  122. 122. 2010 Irish National Dragon Champions 2008, 2010 & 2011 Martin Byrne, Adam Winklemann & Pedro Andrade
  123. 123. 2011 Edinburgh Cup 2011 Martin Byrne, Adam Winklemann & Pedro Andrade
  124. 124. 2011 Shipman 2011 National Champions Pascale Wolfe, Graham Miles & Christine Heath
  125. 125. 2011 Melges 24 Worlds 2011 Prof O'Connell Bronze Medallist on “Embarr “
  126. 126. 2011 2011 Dutch Dragon Championships Paul Maguire, Ho Jo & Peter Bowring
  127. 127. 2012 2012 ISAF Youth World Championships Alexander Rumball & Rory McStay in SL16
  128. 128. 2012 Squib 2012 National Champions Aidan O'Connell & Ben O'Donoghue with “Ruby Blue”
  129. 129. 2012 Flying Fifteen 2012 National Champions John Lavery & David O’Brien
  130. 130. 2012 2012 Olympic Games at Weymouth Ger Owens & Scott Flannigan 470 Class
  131. 131. 2012 UK 2012 IRC National Championships Prof O’Connell aboard “Fever”
  132. 132. 2012 Cork Week 2012 Prof O’Connell aboard “Impetuous”
  133. 133. 2012 Simon Brien RS Elite 2012 Champion in “Kin”
  134. 134. 2012 UK 2012 Dragon National Championships & Edinburgh Cup Simon Brien with “Kin”
  135. 135. 2012 Damian Foxall “Groupama”, with Kerryman Damian Foxall on board, ended eight months of racing with victory in the west.
  136. 136. 2012 RS200 National Champions 2012, Howth Stephen & Sean Craig
  137. 137. 2012 IYRU Youth World 2012 Championships Sophie Murphy in Laser Radial
  138. 138. 2013 Shipman 2013 National Champions Bruce Lyster, Henry Rooke, Peter Wallis, Peter Beamish, Keith McCarthy Morrogh, & Michael Walsh.
  139. 139. 2013 UK Womens Open Keelboat Champions, Cowes 2013 Carol O’Kelly (pink) with crew of “Journeymaker V “
  140. 140. 2013 SB20 Masters World Champions 2013 Marty Cuppage with Peter Lee
  141. 141. 2013 RSGYC Squibs crowd podium in 2013 Volvo Regatta
  142. 142. 2013 Commodore's Cup 2013 Prof O’Connell aboard “Roxy 6”
  143. 143. TEAM RACING
  144. 144. 1952 1952 Team Racing Wilson Trophy winners Jimmy Mooney, Jennifer Miller, Heather Mller, David Ryder, Adrian Henry, Robi Benson
  145. 145. 1963 1963 Junior Team Racing Championship, Crosshaven
  146. 146. 1972 1972 RYA Dunhill Team Championship Finalists, Paddy Blaney, Paul Cassidy, Peter Craig, Brian Craig, Vincent Delaney & Johnny Ross-Murphy
  147. 147. 1972 Ross Murphy closes on Nick Martin 'Not us this time'. 1972 RYA Team Championships, Southport Bob Fisher emerges from marine lake after incident.
  148. 148. 1972 1972 Wilson Trophy winners, Brian Craig, Paddy Blaney, Peter Courtney & Peter Craig
  149. 149. 1973 1973 RYA Dunhill Team Championship finalists Johnny Ross Murphy, Michael Blaney, Peter & Brian Craig, Shay Moran & Justin Geoghegan
  150. 150. 1974 1974 Irish Team Racing Champions Johnny Ross Murphy, Andrew, Brian & Peter Craig, Paul Cassidy & Vincent Delany
  151. 151. 1974 1974 RYA Dunhill Prince Phillip Trophy winners, Queen Mary SC. Shay Moran, Owen Delany, Peter Craig, Johnny Ross-Murphy, Brian Craig & Peter Courtney
  152. 152. 1974 1974 Wilson Trophy Winners at West Kirby Brian & Peter Craig, Paul Cassidy, Johnny Ross-Murphy, Vincent Delany & Andrew Craig
  153. 153. 1987 RSGYC Team at International Inter Club Team Racing, St Lucia 1987 Ivan Firth, Dick Lovegrove, Pete Evans, Brian Craig, Johnny Ross Murphy, Gordon Pyper & Derek Jago
  154. 154. 1989 RSGYC Team at International Inter Club Team Racing, Larchment 1989
  155. 155. 1989 1989 Wilson Trophy finals Andrew Craig, Johnny Ross Murphy, Brian Craig, Rachel Crebbin, Martin Starkey
  156. 156. 1995 ISAF 1995 Team Racing World Championship, silver medalists. Paddy Oliver, Tom Fitzpatrick, Dave McHugh, Mark Little, Marshall King & Rachel Crebbin
  157. 157. 1998 Team Racing 50th anniversary gathering in 1998 Alf Delany, Dick Uren & Johnnie Hooper
  158. 158. 1999 The Spectators The Followers 1999 Indigo ISAF Worlds Team Racing Championships The Opening Ceremony
  159. 159. 2000 John Sheedy Team & Match Racing Champion 2000 to 2012
  160. 160. 2010 Rachel Guy & Jonathan O'Dowd Team Racing in 2010
  161. 161. 2012 Millennium Bowl winners 2012 David Wilkins, Marcus Pearson, Peter Bowring, Tim Pearson, Aidan Millerick, Gillian Wilkins, Owen Pay, Derek Jago, Andrew Fowler, Jean Jago, Paul Maguire & Mary McGloughlin
  162. 162. Glen Class memorabilia
  163. 163. Glen Class memorabilia George Craig, a legend
  164. 164. Glen Class memorabilia Harry Maguire, Olympian
  165. 165. Glen Class memorabilia Gerry Kinsella, Andrew O'Kelly, PJ Hamill and Philippa Grant
  166. 166. Glen Class memorabilia Keith, Adrian, Brian, Horner , Peter, Harry, Tiffin & Donal.
  167. 167. Glen Class memorabilia Glens garden party at Harry & Tifffins. Roger and Grainne O‘Meara, Jimmy and Madge O'Sullivan, George Craig, Adrian & Trina Henderson, Horner Beckett
  168. 168. Glen Class memorabilia Roger O’Meara, Philippa Grant , Donal O’Connor & Christie Massie
  169. 169. Glen Class memorabilia Roger O’Meara, Richard Stewart, Michael Doorley, & Harry Maguire
  170. 170. Glen Class memorabilia Michael Suttle, Michael Reid, PJ Hamill, George Bloch, Shane Hamill, Peter Bloch, Harry Maguire, Barney Power, Michael Doorly , Donal O’Connor, George Maladik, & late Brian Grant seated
  171. 171. Glen Class memorabilia Glen Class garden party
  172. 172. THE END We acknowledge with gratitude those members who contributed to this presentation and hope we did justice to their memories. We would be happy to receive any corrections as our interpretation might not be entirely accurate.

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