End of Season Dinner 2022


Every winter we get together for a social event to celebrate the season’s activities and meet other members. This year the National Yacht Club is our host for a three-course meal in pleasant surroundings.

Overnight berthing might be available. If you intend to arrive by boat, please let us know.

The event is open to all current members and their guests.

Organisers: events@cruising.ie
Simon Parker 0872497859
John Murphy


Saturday 19 November 2022

16:00 Doors open

17:00 Welcome and season review by the Commodore

17:20 Guest speaker, followed by questions

18:30 Dinner

We can stay for the whole evening. There might be music and singing, so bring your instrument if you like.


The National Yacht Club will serve us a three-course meal with tea or coffee in the big dining room for €30 per person.

View the menu

There is no booking form, but it it essential to buy meal tickets in advance and to specify your preferred dish (Meat, Fish or Vegetarian). This helps to keep the price down.

Guest Speaker

Irish Lights - our journey to date and future plans


Ronan Boyle is the director of eNavigation and Maritime Services at Irish Lights.

He joined Irish Lights in February 2019 having previously held a number of senior management roles in the Irish Naval Service, RNLI and in the private sector. Ronan leads the development of Irish Lights strategy and policy relating to future eNavigation services, in addition to heading up current service delivery through the ILV Granuaile.

He enjoys cruising with his wife Anita on the South West coast aboard their aging but solid Moody 33 Mk II “Suaimhneas” (tranquillity).