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Liffey Cruise 2018

Three Bridges 2021 – Come see the show!

Dublin’s city centre will witness a rare spectacle this Saturday afternoon. Three of the bridges that span the Liffey will open to allow a fleet of boats to sail up the river as far as the IFSC. Parade of Sail On the afternoon of Saturday 11 September the Samuel Beckett

Three Bridges 2021 – Time to commit

With eleven days to go, we have bookings for 38 boats with 128 sailors aboard. That’s a great turnout for the last sailing event of our season, and we look forward to seeing a big spectacle in the Liffey.Unfortunately the Clayton Hotel can’t accommodate us this year. We’ve arranged for

Three Bridges 2021 – Invitation

Three Bridges Liffey Cruise More than a thousand years ago the first Viking longboat rounded into Dublin Bay and sailed up the river Liffey. Now is your opportunity to follow their voyage with the Cruising Association of Ireland’s Three Bridges Liffey Cruise. Saturday 11 and Sunday 12 September 2021 Join

Summer Cruise 2021 – Time to commit

Briefing notes published So far 17 skippers representing 43 people have submitted provisional bookings for the cruise, and many have confirmed. With this information we’ve continued our detailed planning, and now we’ve published briefing notes for participants. Confirm your booking Before we make commitments to ports, marinas and caterers, we need

Summer Cruise 2021

Summer Cruise 2021 – Invitation

The Association’s next event will be the Summer Cruise to the South East of Ireland, rounding the corner and exploring the freshwaters of the Suir and Barrow up to Waterford and New Ross. The itinerary will take us from the musters in Malahide and Dun Laoghaire in comfortable steps including