Saturday, April 20

ADDRESS: Dun Laoghaire, Dublin

EMAIL: [email protected]


gosailingGo sailing Dublin Bay is an exciting sailing adventure in which you can take an active part. It is a unique experience where you get to sail a 54-foot ocean – going yacht in the Bay area and view Dublin from a completely different aspect!

Learn how sails work, sailing terminology and some of the basic skills required to crew an ocean-going yacht. You will steer the 54-foot yacht through a number of manoeuvres and enjoy sightseeing on Dublin Bay and its coastline.

Departures are from Dun Laoighaire Marina. Sailings vary between 2 and 3 hours. Company and private hire is welcome.

Phone:    087 092 2913

Powerboat School

Powerboat SchoolWe are very fortunate to have our Powerboat school situated in Dun Laoghaire Harbour with its large area of sheltered water which is ideal for year round boat training. It is the perfect location to carry out the many scenarios that are required in powerboat training such as moorings, pontoons, fairways, slipways, commercial and leisure traffic, etc. If you have a little experience, our National Powerboat Certificate (driving licence) will give you the basic skills. You start your training in a small 3.6 metre RIB (Rigid Inflatable Boat) and then progress up to a 5.85 metre RIB. This allows you to be certified for both tiller and console type boats. If you are experienced and require the Certificate, a direct assessment is also available. When you have been certified with the above courses, you can automatically apply for your ICC International Certificate of Competence.

Powerboat SchoolOnce you have completed your National Powerboat Certificate and have some experience logged up, you might like to further your training with Safety Boat (rescue boat work), Advanced Powerboat, Dive Coxswain (skippering a dive boat) or Sports Boat (everyday boating). All courses are part of the Irish Sailing Association National Powerboat Training Scheme and are recognised by the Department of the Marine.

 For further details contact:

Kyron O’Gorman
Email: [email protected]