Having spent nearly 30 years with our base on the waterfront in the town centre of Cobh we have kept pace with the times and expanded to a number of locations for our courses - with our main home base at East Ferry Marina in Cobh. We have our offices in Cobh run by our customer services manager Jo English where we have invested in the most up to date office technology to improve the communication with customers.
We run shorebased courses at the Royal Cork Yacht Club and East Ferry in Cobh (As well as other locations from time to time) Classes are in warm comfortable surroundings with bar and coffee facilities on hand. We have a very special expertise in this area having run shorebased courses since the late 1970's and we have over two thousand happy graduates from our shorebased courses.
Our main Cork Harbour base is at East Ferry Marina with the excellent facilities - good berths alongside, showers and changing rooms. This has to be the most tranquil setting for any marina in northern Europe.
We run shorebased courses, dinghy sailing courses, powerboat courses and cruiser courses at East Ferry.
Our Powerboating courses are run from three locations. Our main base at East Ferry Marina in Cobh, the Royal Cork Yacht Club in Crosshaven, and Baltimore in West Cork.
The Marlogue Inn sits on the eastern shore of the Great Island in Cork Harbour just 4 miles east of Cobh. It commands a spectacular view of the body of water that separates the Great Island from the mainland - East Ferry. With a view directly over East Ferry Marina it is bounded on the land side by rich pastureland and the "Marlogue" wood.
Situated right next to SailCork's base it is perfect for lunch, dinner or that after sailing pint! The bar is open 7 days a week from 12:30 till late and food is available from 12:30 to 20:45. The varied mouthwatering menu specialises in steaks and seafood. The veranda is the ideal place to sit with a drink and enjoy the view or feast on a barbecue in the evening. Enjoy the full menu all day long or come and feel the atmosphere on regatta days and race evenings.