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2012-07-13 22.16.56

The Final Round up of Results & Images from Cork Week 2012 Prizegiving

All results from the individual classes can be found on our results page here. There were some additional prizes also to be awarded at the prize giving these included ‘Boat of the Week’, ‘Irish Performance of the week’, ‘The Cobh Time Trial’, the ‘Sisk Corinthian Cup’ and the ‘Prix d’Elegance. Winners were up against the competition from the all classes at Cork Week 2012, the competition was fierce and the Race Management Team had a difficult job on their hand. See Table below for winners details.


Photo credits: Bob Bateman





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Crosshaven Sparkles for Cork Week

With only a couple of days to go to Cork Week, which is held on a biennial basis in the Royal Cork Yacht Club in Crosshaven, Co. Cork: a Grand Prix sailing event which is renowned, world wide, for exciting and challenging racing.

Cork Week, takes place from July 7th to 13th, and it primarily attracts sailors for the quality of its sailing. Boats from all over the world have already started to arrive in Crosshaven, and this year, entries have been received from as far away as South Africa and Hong Kong.

All Aboard@Cork Week is a new addition this year and it is an interactive weekend of free entertainment for all the family from 11pm to 5pm on …

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All Aboard! ­ Road Train Comes to Cork Week 7th & 8th July 2012

Eighty years after the last steam train pulled out of the station at Crosshaven, All Aboard @ Cork Week is bringing a road train to town on 7th & 8th July to mark the start of Cork Week 2012.   It’s going to be “All Aboard” for one more time!   The road train will run between 12 noon and 5pm each day, bringing passengers from the All Aboard festivities at the Royal Cork Yacht Club, on a return trip, through the village, to Fort Camden.  Return tickets costing €5 per person can be purchased from the Information Office at All Aboard @ Cork Week, under 5s go free and the ticket includes entry to Fort Camden.   In the good old days …

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