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GP14 Irish & Masters Championship @ Sligo

Sat 18 Aug - Mon 20 Aug


NOR & Entry Form






         Helm over 22 now or before 2019 : €75 per boat

         Helm under 22 until 2019  :  €0 per boat



Registration: Saturday 18th August from 09:00 to 10:30.    

Briefing – A Briefing will be held at 10:30 on Saturday 18th August


Saturday 18th August    Races 1, and 2        First Warning Signal 12:00

Sunday 19th August        Races 3, 4 and 5    First Warning Signal 11:00

Monday 20th August        Races 6 and 7        First Warning Signal 11:00

On the last scheduled race day no warning signal will be made after 14:30


** Please bring your own re-usable water bottles as Sligo YC no longer issues single use plastic bottles. They will have water available for filling into re-usable containers **



More details on 

Sligo YC - GP14 Ireland Irish Championships

GP14 NOR 2018 070818.docx
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EntryForm - GP14 Class Association of Ir[...]
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GP14 Ireland AGM 2018 @ Sligo

Sun 19 Aug @ 6.30pm



The GP14 Ireland AGM will be held at Sligo YC on Sunday 19 August at 6.30pm.



  1. Apologies

  2. Minutes and matters arising from the Annual General Meeting held at Ballyholme YC on Sunday 20th August 2017. 

  3. Correspondence

  4. Treasurer’s Report

  5. Presidents Report

  6. Election of Officers

  7. Points for clarification & discussion:

  8. A.O.B.



Dinner is due to be served that night at 8pm.

Final Day - Friday 3 Aug - last race sailed 


** Congratulations to Mike Senior & Chris White from South Staffs SC on winning the GP14 World Championship **


Race 9 was sailed in light shifty airs.  Mike Senior was just 1 point ahead of Ross Kearney over night so it was all down to the last race.  Mike made a good clean start - Ross did not.  Ross couldn't get clear air to fight Mike for the championship.  Mike took the race with Neil Marsden taking 2nd. Ross finished 28th.  Good enough to keep Ross in runner up postion.  Neil's 2nd took him into 3rd overall.


Shane & Taxi took 4th overall. Ger & Mel take 9th with some of the most consistent results throughout the week.  Mel also takes leading lady crew overall.  Tom Gillard & Andy Thompson finished 10th.  All of these finishers were in the Platinum fleet.


Curly Morris & Laura McFarland take 19th overall and 3rd in the Gold fleet.  Next Irish boat was Alan Blay & David Johnston in 22nd.  Keith Louden  & Alan Thompson in 28th.


Katie Dywer & Michelle Rowley in 41st position take first lady helm and all female boat.


Overall Results

Full results are here:


GPS race tracker

All boats have GPS trackers.  You can play back all races.  You can also watch it live.

Worlds Mount St Michael Visit & Irish night


All competors were invited to a drinks reception at the beautiful St Michaels Mount.  Lord St Levan and his family still reside there but the Mount and the Castle have been gifted to The National Trust.  Lord St Levan is President of the Mounts Bay SC.


This was followed by the traditional Irish night and promoting the next Worlds in 2020 at Skerries.  It was very well attended.  The flyer for the night encouraged the wearing of green.  One of the male sailors could only find a green dress!! 


All I can say about the rest of the night - is that 'when the drink is in, the wit is out'.


Calendar Sponsor - Aug 2018

GP14 Dates 2018




Sat  14-15




Sat 12-13




Sat 9-10




Lough Ree

Sat 7-8




28 Jul-3 Aug


Mounts Bay

Sat 18-

Mon 20


Irish Nationals & Masters


Sat 15-16


Autumn Open/Youths


Sat 13-14


Hot Toddy


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