We still have a few places available on our first aid course. The course is over two days and covers Scene Safety Assessment, CPR, Obstructed Airway Management, Serious Bleeding Management, AED Training, Injury/Illness Assessment, Bandaging and splinting.
The cost for the two day course is €75, or €60 for a referesher course. For booking information and details contact info@schullsailing .ie
The Annual General Meeting of SCC Sailing Club will take place at the Sailing School tomorrow, Saturday 11 October, at 9.30. All welcome.
If winds pick up, there will be sailing after the meeting.
Winds looking a bit light tomorrow but if they pick up there will be sailing after the Club AGM – all returning members MUST bring completed membership form and payment. Form can be downloaded below.
For insurance reasons, only fully paid-up members should be permitted to sail.
MEMBERSHIP FORM 2014-5
The FMOEC are pleased to offer another fantastic opportunity with EFT (Emergency First Response)
The course covers:
- Scene Safety Assessment University Precautions – Communicable Disease Protection, including barrier use
- Primary Assessment Rescue Breathing Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), Conscious and Unconscious
- Obstructed Airway Management, Serious Bleeding Management
- Automated External Defibrillator (AED) Training
- Injury/Illness Assessment
- Splinting for Dislocations and Fracture
Cost for two days – €75, refresher course, €60. For booking information and details please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
A REMINDER TO EVERYBODY COMING TO SAIL ON SATURDAYS…
If you have not yet completed a membership form you MUST sign in on arrival and give a parent/guardian contact number.
You will see the sign in sheet at the SCC Sailing Club noticeboard.
SAILING THIS SATURDAY 20 SEPT FROM 9.30 am….
Reminder to returning members – club membership form and payment is now due… new members very welcome..!
Annalise Murphy, a great friend of the FMOEC, has qualified for the 2016 Olympics to be held in Brazil. Huge congratulations from all of us here.
Read more: http://www.sailing.ie/ISANews/tabid/115/articleType/ArticleView/articleId/61941/language/en-GB/ISAF-World-Championships.aspx
SCC CLUB SAILING begins again this Saturday, 13 September. Membership forms are available in the College and at the Sailing School.
All students of SCC are very welcome to come and try it out for a couple of weeks before signing up for membership.
Starting time is 9.30am – bring lunch and any sailing gear you have – wet suits and buoyancy aids can be borrowed from the Sailing School.
Our sailing courses finished last week after a fabulous summer..
A huge thank you to all our sailors who are hopefully enjoying some newly acquired skills on the water. Details of next year’s courses will be posted mid January 2015
Big, BIG thanks also to a fantastic team of Instructors..we’ll miss you here guys and wish you a great year of learning!
Thanks again and …. keep sailing!
Fabulous week here and all our sailors enjoying the sunshine and buzz out on the water with Calves Week well under way.
Our course is full for next week but we still have places for Week 8, beginning 18 August.
Great summer for sailing ….and we still have a few places available on our course starting next Monday, 3 August. More info and booking form here SAILING COURSE FORM 2014
Bronze and Silver Fleets – Day Two
Fastnet International Schools Regatta well underway - great vibe in spite of a slow start this morning due to light winds…
Four races complete in Bronze/Silver Fleets and five in the Gold Fleet so far. More excellent racing anticipated tomorrow to complete the series – well done all sailors!
Another great week with our summer sailors coming to an end but we still have a few places available for our next course, starting Monday 14 July.
Also, don’t forget about the Fastnet International Schools Regatta
starting 21 July…
Once again the Fastnet international Schools Regatta 2014 will be held in the superb sailing venue of Schull between 21st July – 24th July. The event is organised by us the Fastnet Marine Outdoor Education Center and Schull Community College.
The change in format in 2012 provided fleet racing of the highest caliber in the Gold Fleet, where 24 identical dinghies provided the closest possible racing with the final result only being decided on the final day.
Racing will again take place in the T.R.3.6 dinghies which were designed and built specifically for the World Team racing Championships in 2011 and a full fleet is expected.
The importance of participation in Bronze and Silver Fleets has not been forgotten by the organisers who see participation at this level as an important starting point in developing expertise, experience and having fun. Handicap racing will take place in both of these fleets and also class racing within the fleets where sufficient entries are received.
The Gold Fleet boats are provided by the organisers which will permit sailors compete at the West Cork venue without the burden of transporting boats and allow the full enjoyment and competition be the full focus of the week.
We hope to see you all there for an action packed and exciting week of racing.
Please find the Entry Form and Notice of Race here FISR ENTRY FORM.
Do not hesitate to contact us at email@example.com for more info
Twenty two teams took part at this years Nationals which were held at Rutland Water for the first time, light airs were the name of the game for most of the event, with huge shifts and periods with no wind at all, but for the finals a nice 10 to 15 knots filled in from the North East.
Schull Sharks along with two teams from Florida in the USA and a team from Berlin, Germany made up the International entries. Schull Sharks first race was a lottery start to the event with the race taking three times as long to complete than a normal race with little or no wind for all the race, with Winchester College just winning at the finish, but this was the last race Schull lost, Schull went on to win there group and progress to the finals.
Schull were up against the USA in the Semi-Finals where they won all three races and progressed to the Final against the UK favourite Magdalen College where again they won all three races.
Schull Sharks for the third time in a row were crowned British Schools Team Racing Champions for 2014!!