Sailor Tiffany Brien, 20, from Royal North of Ireland Yacht Club, presented the pounds 18,000 Paralympic vessel to charity Belfast Lough Sailability at the Titanic Quarter.
What does RNIYC stand for?
RNIYC stands for Royal North of Ireland Yacht Club
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Former Northern Ireland policeman Timothy Atkinson, 48, was an active member of the Royal North of Ireland Yacht Club and had agreed to step in as replacement for boat owner Emily Hadden's usual crew who could not make the event.
The street, close to schools and a short drive from the Royal Belfast Golf Club, Royal North of Ireland Yacht Club and Holywood's shops, is very sought after and the NIO could easily have made a profit by putting the house on the open market.
The Royal North of Ireland Yacht Club member said: "I am delighted to be representing my country in Canada.
PETER Kennedy and Mervyn Gilfillan are the new Irish National Squib champions after holding onto their lead in yesterday's final race at the Royal North of Ireland Yacht Club in Cultra.
FORMER Irish champions Peter Kennedy and Mervyn Gilfillan are provisional leaders of this year's National Squib Championships as it enters its final day at the Royal North of Ireland Yacht Club in Cultra.
Later she unveiled a memorial recording the names of 210 members of Co Down's Royal North of Ireland Yacht Club who served during World War II.