Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race
20 Dec 14
Australia's premier ocean race has always had an international flavour; Captain Illingworth, who started the whole Sydney Hobart thing was, after all, an Englishman.
Jim Gale, RSHYR media
The Organizing Committee look forward to welcoming the youth sailors, coaches and officials to Dublin Bay in 2012 and would be delighted to provide any help or further information.
|Fleet racing||Open||29er||Overall Results|
|Fleet racing||Men||420||Overall Results|
|Fleet racing||Women||420||Overall Results|
|Fleet racing||Men||Laser Radial||Overall Results|
|Fleet racing||Women||Laser Radial||Overall Results|
|Fleet racing||Men||RS:X||Overall Results|
|Fleet racing||Women||RS:X||Overall Results|
|Fleet racing||Open||Sirena SL16||Overall Results|
|FSP ISAF Youth Sailing World Championship||12 Jul 2012 - 21 Jul 2012|
|Position||Nation||Sail Number||Net Points||Total Points||Crew|
Benedetta Di Salle
|n/a||Kimberly Min Lim|
|14||TUR||n/a||Fatma Gulfem Basak|
|n/a||Viviam Cintra de Alencastro Guimaraes|
Marcela Rocha Moura
|n/a||Na Kyung Lee|
Nur Velasari Bajuri
Dublin Bay offers the sailors and officials a uniquely compact site - with easy circulation between the accommodation, dinghy park and dining/social areas. The venue is a short distance from the sailing area, international airport and the capital city of Dublin. The range of on-shore facilities, proximity to the capital city, and spectator opportunities will make the venue popular to supporting families.
The championship will be organised by the Royal St George (RSGYC) and National Yacht Clubs (NYC), by appointment of the Irish Sailing Association (ISA).
The RSGYC and NYC will provide all the onshore facilities required by the sailors and officials - ample boat parking and launching, good changing and shower facilities and social areas. The layout of the clubs will provide a controlled 'field of play' on the lower level for sailors and coaches, and an upper floor level that can be used by officials, family, members and guests.
Dublin Bay is an excellent venue for sailing. The horse-shoe shaped bay, open to the east and approximately six miles cross, allows for fair racing. The winds are predominantly driven by the North Atlantic weather systems passing over the country resulting in a prevailing south westerly breeze giving a range of sailing conditions. Dublin Bay is subject to tide and although the speed of the current is not excessive it is often of tactical importance. The size of the bay is capable of accommodating large fleets and multiple courses.
The Royal Marine hotel offers the perfect solution for the ISAF Youth Worlds. This 228 room four star hotel, boasting superb views over Dublin Bay is situated in the heart of Dun Laoghaire. The hotel has the capacity to accommodate all event participants, to include sailors, coaches, officials and sponsors.
|Media Accreditation Form||Media Accreditation Form for the 2012 Four Star Pizza ISAF Youth Sailing World Championships.|
|Medical History - Four Star Pizza ISAF Youth Worlds 2012|
|Medical Permission - Four Star Pizza ISAF Youth Worlds 2012|
|Notice of Race - ISAF Youth Worlds 2012||Notice of Race for the ISAF Youth Sailing World Championships 2012|
|Notice of Race - Match Racing Event during the Four Star Pizza ISAF Youth Sailing World Championship 2012|
|Sailing Instructions - Four Star Pizza ISAF Youth Worlds 2012||2012 Four Star Pizza ISAF Youth Sailing World Championships Sailing Instructions|
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