Following the cancellation of Cork Week 300, ICRA has decided to combine the National Championships with this year’s WAVE regatta which will take place in Howth from September 11-13.
ICRA, supported by Irish Sailing, believe it is important to encourage young sailors to stay active in the sport and to foster their continued commitment as members of your clubs.
Paul O’Higgins’ JPK1080 Rockabill VI from the Royal Irish Yacht Club on Dublin Bay has won the ICRA Boat of the Year Award to round off a stand out 2019 season.
For the overall ICRA Boat of the Year, a solid regatta season win at Sovereigns and the Dun Laoghaire Regatta for Checkmate XVII has lifted them into contention with season long front runners, [...]
ICRA is delighted to announce today that the Committee has agreed to support the further promotion of the Under 25 sailing keelboat teams, by paying the entry fee for any Under 25 Keelboat Team [...]
After a testing series with a full range of conditions, Anthony Gore-Grimes' Dux from Howth Yacht Club emerged overall winner of the Irish Cruiser Racing Association (ICRA) National Championships [...]
Brisk conditions shake-up overall standings on second day of racing at ICRA championships on Dublin Bay
Winds gusting to more than 20 knots throughout the day upended the overall standings at the Irish Cruiser Racing Association (ICRA) National Championships sponsored by Frank Keane BMW on Dublin [...]