Dun Laoghaire Flying Fifteens

Welcome to the DLFF home page. Here, you'll find news, notices and updates for sailing on Dublin Bay, where Flying Fifteens form the largest one-design class.

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Video: Fifteens in Dalkey Sound

Four Fifteen teams headed out to a blustery and almost deserted Dublin Bay yesterday (Oct 26), desperate for some sailing action after recent cancellations due to high winds. 

DLFFer Robin Hilliard captured their passage through Dalkey Sound, with a little broaching drama thrown in.

The race, kindly started at the bandstand by Ian Mathews, was won by Conor and Peter Cronin, who overtook two competitors on the return leg.


Double-victory brings convincing series win for Gorman, Cahill

Dave Gorman and Dave Cahill emerged convincing winners in the NYC Frostbite Series, winning the final two races yesterday (Nov 16th).

They had 12 points to spare over second and third placed teams Niall Meagher & Nicki Matthews, and Niall Coleman & Mick Quinn. 

Mick McCambridge and Peter Murphy won the Silver Fleet tropy, while Joe Coughlan and Phil Marsden topped the Bronze.


Gorman finds calm route to victory

David Gorman somehow found enough wind to win the opener in the NYC Frostbite series on Dublin Bay today (Oct 12th), with just six of 14 boats managing to finish on time. Full results

Frequent Flyer wins Thursday DBSC overall series

12 Flying Fifteens turned out for the last DBSC Thursday race last night (Aug 28th) where the season's overall positions would be determined.
On arrival at the club the wind was gusting in the high twenties from the south. PRO Jack Roy went out to check conditions and it was all systems go in a force 5-6. The race and the overall series was won by Chris Doorly & Alan Green in Frequent Flyer, which is new to them this year.


Check out our flyer!

Check out the Come Sail With US Flying Fifteen flyer (pdf) written and produced by Chris Doorly.

If you can, print it and share it with friends, or post it on a noticeboard, to spread the news about exciting and accessible sailing for all in this great boat.