The President Of Irish Sailing Push Its Active Presence At The Paris Boat Show

Paris city undeniably big and it is big and busty enough to house the Gilets Jaunes disturbances in its one corner and continue to take actively take part and run an International Boat Show (IBS) in cities different part.

The Paris Boat Show of 2018 is presently in progress and it is witnessing extraordinary involvement of Irish team, with MGM Boats of John O’Kane and Gerry Salmon in town for the introduction of the fresh Jeanneau Sunfast 3300 and others. On the other hand, La Solitaire URGO Figaro high octane energy has witnessed the focus close already and it is in the annual award ceremony of offshore racing.

The ceremony saw Tom Dolan on the podium where he was for his remarkable overall third rookie (Bizuth) in the Figaro season 2018. Joan Mulloy from Mayo is also in the town and this year he became the 1st Irishwoman who completed the Figaro Solo, racing the Taste the Atlantic (TA) sponsored by BIM, a Figaro 2 which – is a slight marketing- actually didn’t mention the name of Ireland anywhere, yet everyone was aware that it was a woman from Ireland who was controlling.

The Sailing President of Irish Jack Roy and Rosemary his wife is in the full support of the two Figaro sailors. Jack Roy is enthusiastic on the exceptional challenge that is demanding short-handed offshore racing of French scene offered for sailors of Irish as he went to give support to  Tom Dolan on-the-spot in the buildup at the beginning of the 2017 Minitransat 2017. The excitement of Roy and his wife is to that extent that they went to Paris and that on their personal expense. There are no doubts that Roy presence in Irish sailing will add some power to the impact that our sailors made and their plans and hopes.