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ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING - NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the Annual General Meeting of the Irish Sea Offshore Racing Association (ISORA) will be held in JB Room at National Yacht Club on Saturday, 9th November 2019 at 15.30 hours for the transaction of the following business:-
Stephen Tudor MRICS FNAEA MARLA
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“Rockabill VI” takes James Eadie Race and ISORA Overall Offshore Championship 2019.
The 2019 ISORA Offshore Championship was decided in a tight contest between three boats – Paul O’Higgins “Rockabill VI”, Chris Power Smith’s “Aurelia” and Andrew Hall’s “Jackknife”. All any of those boats had to do to win the 63 boat, ISORA Offshore Series 2019, was to beat the other two boats in the last race.
The race was the annual James Eadie Race from Pwllheli to Dun Laoghaire, a distance of 80 miles. There were 23 entries for the race but only 14 managed to get the Pwllehli for the start. The starters included a new to ISORA boat from Arklow Sailing Club, John Conlon’s “Humdinger”.
The forecast for the race was moderate North-Westerly winds veering North-Easterly and eventually going very light. The weather for the race was as forecast.
Due to the light forecast in the evening, it was decided by the race committee to select a direct course. The course was:
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