Founded in 1954, by a group of local enthusiasts with no facilities and less money.
None the less, several of them built their own Dublin Bay Mermaids. Designed in 1933, a fleet of these beautiful clinker built seventeen foot dinghies
are still the mainstay of racing in the club, over fifty years later.
Since those early days, the club has developed beyond recognition, with a fine clubhouse, yard, private slipway and fenced and serviced boat park.
In addition to the Mermaids, there are now a substantial fleets of cruisers and motor boats moored in the estuary, an active Junior section sailing Optimist, Pico, Laser and Feva dinghies, and members are involved in a wide range of water sports, from fishing to kayaking and diving.
Courses are also organised for adult beginners and for developing more advanced skills.
Sailing is run a weekly basis throughout the year (even the cold winter months), Please contact the class captain if you want more details
The sailing programme has been set for 2016, If you are interested in taking up sailing check out our
Dublin Bay Tides Can be found Here
RSC Summer Training Prog 2016
Try Sailing, annually we host an open day to try sailing. Check our facebook page for details
Spring 2016 Newsletter.pdf
January 2015 Newsletter.pdf
July 2014 Newsletter.pdf
Jan 2014 Newsletter.pdf
Newsletter January 2013.pdf
Newsletter November 2011.pdf
Newsletter January 2011.pdf
October 2010 Newsletter.doc
February 10 Newsletter
July 09 Newsletter
January 09 Newsletter
September 08 Newsletter
May 08 Newsletter
RSC run a very comprehemsive junior sailing programme every year starting in April and running through until June / July.
Please check the links below or contact our Junior Organiser.
Sailing Silibus Here
Junior Training Code of Conduct
Junior Sailing Application Form
Adult Sailing Application Form
The club house is modern and inviting, with fantastic views out over the Rogerstown estuary.
If you are having an event or celebrating a special ocassion why not talk to us about using the club house. Check the Club Forms for all the details.
The club bar is open
Wed, Fri and Sat from 8pm till closing
Sunday from 6pm to closing.
The club house has a snooker room which is available for use,
or why not get in touch with the snooker committee to find out about playing on a regular basis.
The Club has a secure storage facility which allows our members to store their boat during the winter months.
The facilities are also services with electricty and water at resonable rates.
If you would like to inquire about the use of the boat park, please contact the boat park organiser at ... RushSClub@Gmail.com