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Keelboat Sailing

As a natural inlet opening into a large stretch of water between Lambay Island and Howth Head, it is hardly surprising that Malahide’s Lower Estuary would be considered an ideal location for sailing.

CruisingAlthough tides restrict access to the Estuary at various times of the day and night, keelboat owners make the most of the conditions, whether it is racing or cruising, using a well-buoyed channel.
MYC members who own keelboats have the option of renting swinging moorings in the channel or fully-serviced berths in Malahide Marina.

Cruiser RacingRacing is organised (depending on tides) on IRC and ECHO Handicap systems during the sailing season and MYC boats also compete at open events at other clubs during the year.

Keelboat Sailing/Racing – Lower Estuary

Members seeking to crew on a racing keelboat should contact the Cruiser Racing Secretary Aidan Keane