Tall Ships Dublin 2012
Easter Glendalough Trip
Zip It at Halloween
New Club Hoodies
Next Club Trip Florida 2012
This weekend, everyone was assessed for their Level 1 or Level 2 Powerboating Certificate
Avatar wins a Apple iPad
On the early morning of the Fancy Dress Competition, Sharon dropped by the club to bring the rescue crew gorge walking.
Last Wednesday, the group set off on the DART for Bray to visit the aquarium, Sea Life.
On the first Monday of mid-term, Sharon revisited the club to bring the older crews out snorkelling.
On Saturday the 23rd of October, Sharon brought the first and second crews orienteering.
The club held the Seaman of the Year Competition this Saturday.
On Friday the 30th of July, the club held a 12 hour marathon.
We visited the tall ship Belem
ITS Summer 2010
Dun Laoghaire Harbour Frozen
Dun Laoghaire Harbour weather and web cams
In the morning, we met in the carpark in Ashford, where we loaded our luggage into the car. Everyone received a Hi-Vis Jacket for safety when walking along roads. Soon afterwards we headed off.
The day was scorching hot so we took plenty of water breaks. Some parts of the walk were really tough, especially the uphill bits. Everyone was wrecked by the time we took our hour long lunch break. Kyron gave everyone an icepop, and we topped up our water bottles.
After 17km, we finally reached the last stretch of our journey - the long private lane up to our house. After finding our rooms and dumping our bags, everyone immediately ran to the river outside, to sunbathe and soak their sore feet. That night we played a big game of Tip the Can and Capture the Flag.
The next day the 2nd Crews arrived. We went for a walk to the waterfall in Glendalough. After, we all walked home and the 2nd crews started setting up their tents. That night we played war games. Everyone wore loads of camoflauge paint, and hid in the woods and down by the river. It took hours to remove the camoflauge.
We spent the last morning cleaning our rooms and the house. Luckily it began to rain just as everyone was leaving.