The precise dates for these classes will, of course, be subject to the current CV restrictions. Changes will be posted here.
At last nights Annual General Meeting of Skerries Sailing Club Liam O’Callaghan was elected to be the 41st Commodore of our club. We wish Liam and his new committee all the best in their tenure and especially for the upcoming 2020 season which will, of course, include the Progressive Credit Union GP14 World Championships in July.
Skerries Sailing Club have a position vacant for a Club Manager and is accepting applications for this full time position, which incorporates overall responsibility for the management of the club including administration and hospitality.
The job will include management of all off water facilities and activities, direct management and training of all staff, financial management and marketing. The Club Manager will report to the General Committee of Skerries Sailing Club. Applicants must be able to work a flexible 35 hour a week which will include evening/ weekend hours.
The ideal candidate will have a proven track record in management with some experience in event management and the catering industry, have strong interpersonal skills and be proficient with Microsoft Office Word and Excel. A detailed job description is available on request from firstname.lastname@example.org.
The closing date for applications is Friday 27th March. If you are interested in working in an exciting vibrant Club please send your CV with a cover letter outlining why you are suitable for this position to email@example.com.
- Minutes of the Annual General Meeting held on Thursday, 14th March, 2019
- Matters arising from the minutes
- Commodores Address
- Honorary Treasurer’s Report
- Election of Auditors
- Honorary Sailing Secretary’s Report
- Election of Officers:
- Vice Commodore
- Honorary Secretary
- Honorary Treasurer
- Honorary Sailing Secretary
- Assistant Honorary Sailing Secretary
- Assistant Honorary Treasurer
- Social Secretary
- Chair of the Cadet Sailing Section
- Any Other Business
All talks start at 8.30pm sharp. Bar opens at 7.30. Come early to get your seat! Open to non members. Free admission.
This event is to support our very own Sean Waddilove in his Olympic Campaign in the 49ers with Robert Dickcon. Txt 083 068 5666 or ask any committee member for a ticket. Even if you can’t make the night of February 22nd please support by buying a ticked or two – price €10.
Talks start at 8.30pm. Club open at 8.00pm. Make a NY’s resolution and come along with a friend. Talks are free.
Following the success of last years celebration we are having a similar event this NYE – with food and music. Book now.
October 2019 Series was greatly impacted by inclement weather this year and resulted in only 3 races being completed. Results above for PY series.
Three exciting Wednesday evening talks before Christmas are planned. Experienced speakers include Les Sanders of the Inland Waterways Association of Ireland, Paul Synnott our own historian and past Commodore and Joan Mulloy Irish singlehanded sailor. Details below. Note Joan Mulloy’s talk is on a Tuesday. Bring a friend.