Some pictures from the J24 Nationals in LEYC, courtesy of Peter Scott

October 5, 2014 Leave a comment

Flor O’Driscoll claims a third Irish J24 National Title.

September 1, 2014 Leave a comment

Event report from here

Full results can be found here


J24s dominate Cruiser 3 East Coast Championships

August 19, 2014 Leave a comment

J24s finished in the top 3 spots at this year’s Class 3 East Coast Championships in Howth Yacht Club, sposored by Euro Car Parks.

1st IRC & Echo – Hard on Port

2nd IRC – J Guevara

3rd IRC – Scandal

Full event report available here


Class 2/3 East Coast Championships in HYC – Aug 16th/17th

July 31, 2014 Leave a comment

NOR for J24 Irish National Championships – Lough Erne Yacht Club – 29th – 31st August

July 28, 2014 Leave a comment

The NOR for the J24 National Championships, hosted by LEYC are available here J24 Nationals 2014 NOR

J24 Westerns 2014 – Iniscealtra Sailing Club

July 21, 2014 Leave a comment

10455925_899483420065859_2026829295167288648_n10526110_899481040066097_2161723956162783115_n14 J24s turned out for the 2nd Irish J24 event of the year. Hard on Port, helmed by Flor O’Driscoll  won the first J24 event to be held in Iniscealtra Sailing Club on Lough Derg. Hamilton Bear, helmed by Stefan Hyde finished 3 points behind in 2nd place & local boat Scorpio Jnr finished 3rd on 17 points.2 days of tricky sailing conditions in warm weather were marred only by a few
heavy downpours on Sat. The majestic appearance of one of the local sea eagles before
racing on Sunday more than made up for it.Results are available here.More photos from Iniscealtra Sailing Club are available here

J24 Easterns Report 2014 – Howth Yacht Club

June 23, 2014 Leave a comment



The Irish J24 Eastern Championships were run in Howth Yacht Club last weekend as part of the inaugural Sportsboat Cup.

Event Report from Howth Yacht club can be found here






After 2 days of close racing Flor O’Driscoll(Hard on Port) won the J24 Eastern Championships in Howth Yacht Club.

Steve Atkinson(Bád) won the silver fleet.

Day 1

After 3 races on Saturday afternoon in a decreasing & veering north easterly breeze Hamilton Bear had a 2 point lead over Hard on Port, with Jebus close behind. Reigning National Champions Eurocarparks Kilcullen had a tough day on the water and were lying another point behind Jebus overnight. The 3rd race of the day was abandoned & restarted after the wind veered massively just after the start.

Day 2

Once the discard applied Hard on Port & Hamilton Bear were on equal points. In the first race of the day Flor O’Driscoll moved into a 2 point lead by winning the race while Hamilton Bear finished in 6th place. Eurocarparks Kilcullen finished 2nd to move 2 points ahead of Jebus who could only manage a 5th. Bad & Jamias Encore also moved closer to Jebus finishing 4th & 3rd respectively.. In the 2nd race Hard on Port beat Hamilton Bear to  give herself a comfortable 3 point cushion going into the last race. In the chasing pack Eurocarparks Kilcullen got a 7th place meaning Jebus jumped ahead of them again to 13 points, Kilcullen on 14 points and Bád on 16points made for a tense last race. In the last race Hamilton Bear took an early lead, and needing to put 2 boats between herself & Hard on Port sat relentlessly on them up the beat. The race positions were up and down, but in the end Hard on Port took 2nd behind Hamilton Bear to win the event, while Eurocarparks Kilcullen 4th place finish was enough to keep them ahead of Jebus & Bád who both finished one point behind her on 19 points.

With 3 race wins Hard on Port also won the overall Sportsboat Cup.


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