Dingle 25/26 May 2019

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steven d
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Dingle 25/26 May 2019

Post by steven d » Tue May 07, 2019 8:29 pm

The destination for the next ISKA meet is Dingle on the weekend 25-26th May 2019. The chosen venue is a well equipped campsite called Sandy Bay 2. https://goo.gl/maps/pfrUkoEpXi7NQHKR8 The nearby town of Castlegregory has everything else you might need.

The campsite is right next to a good surfing beach. The Magharee islands are next door, some easier to land on than others. If conditions are excellent there are more islands further west -- the Blaskets -- maybe you've heard of them.

Please post up if you're coming and best to book in with the campsite yourselves, call Joe on 087 679 1692 (fixed now, there is another number on the website which is not his own).
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Corcaíoch
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Re: Dingle 25/26 May 2019

Post by Corcaíoch » Wed May 08, 2019 9:30 am

Hey Steven, I think the phone no has numbers mixed up in it.

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Re: Dingle 25/26 May 2019

Post by DaveConroy » Thu May 09, 2019 1:00 pm

Joachim agus meself arriving Friday afternoon/eve for a bit of an auld surf...
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Corcaíoch
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Re: Dingle 25/26 May 2019

Post by Corcaíoch » Mon May 20, 2019 4:49 pm

Will be there. Looking forward to it.

patriciacarraher
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Re: Dingle 25/26 May 2019

Post by patriciacarraher » Mon May 20, 2019 10:41 pm

Conor and Trish hope to be there.

steven d
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Re: Dingle 25/26 May 2019

Post by steven d » Wed May 22, 2019 9:44 pm

The forecast at the moment is fairly good for Saturday with the wind increasing Sunday. I'll be down at the campsite -Sandy Bay 2- on Friday evening, maybe we can go surf which currently forecast at 3/4ft 11s. For Saturday I'm thinking of Brandon to Smerwick harbour, about 25 km of stunning cliffs with no get out for the 8 km between Sauce Creek and Brendan Creek. It is however a long shuttle so we'll need to be organised. Please post up if you intend to join, or if you'd prefer something less committing.

See you soon
Steven

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Re: Dingle 25/26 May 2019

Post by Clara Laplaud » Wed May 22, 2019 10:15 pm

I hope to make it all going well. Will try to get down Friday night. Saturdays paddle sounds great to me. Cheers

Corcaíoch
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Re: Dingle 25/26 May 2019

Post by Corcaíoch » Wed May 22, 2019 10:51 pm

steven d wrote:
Wed May 22, 2019 9:44 pm
The forecast at the moment is fairly good for Saturday with the wind increasing Sunday. I'll be down at the campsite -Sandy Bay 2- on Friday evening, maybe we can go surf which currently forecast at 3/4ft 11s. For Saturday I'm thinking of Brandon to Smerwick harbour, about 25 km of stunning cliffs with no get out for the 8 km between Sauce Creek and Brendan Creek. It is however a long shuttle so we'll need to be organised. Please post up if you intend to join, or if you'd prefer something less committing.

See you soon
Steven
That sounds smashing.

The cliffs along whats known as the 3 sisters, over to Ceann Sibéal (just South of Smerwick Harbour) would be a great sight to see too.

Some of Star Wars was filmed there.

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Re: Dingle 25/26 May 2019

Post by mohsen_sarachi » Wed May 22, 2019 11:30 pm

Hi Steven I am for the Saturday's trip, I am planning to drive Saturday morning, what time are we meeting at Sandy Bay 2 campsite on Saturday?

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Re: Dingle 25/26 May 2019

Post by ND » Thu May 23, 2019 12:25 am

Hi Steven,
Planning to be there and arriving friday evening. See you there
cheers
Nic

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