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
Recreational Powerboat Certificate
The aim of this course is to provide the recreational powerboater with the skills they need to plan and use their boat for general recreation use during daylight hours and in waters with which they are familiar. It includes the typical skills they will need to enjoy family daytrips, longer coastal passages and sports activities like water skiing.
Previous experience / knowledge required
Participants must hold the ISA National Powerboat Certificate or an equivalent certificate.It is strongly recommended that participants hold a first aid certificate and the Short Range (SRC) VHF radio operator's certificate.