Last week, Kingston, Ontario hosted more than 200 sailors from more than 20 countries at the Optimist North American Championship hosted by CORK.
On Canada's west coast, the Vic-Maui 2010 race is in progress and yachts are now heading south to find the trade winds.
Tomorrow, Sail-World Canada will be attending Day One of the Big Sound Challenge, hosted by Sail Parry Sound. This event serves as a training regatta for young sailors and coaches and is put on to help grow Canada's sailing community. The event includes four days of elite coaching from Ontario Sailing's finest, as well as a social agenda showcasing the beauty and fun to experience in and around Parry Sound. In 2009, its first year, this event was recognized by the Canadian Yachting Association receiving Recreational Event of the Year Award.
10 days or so from now, Port Credit Yacht Club will play host to three major sailing events: the Lake Ontario 300; 52nd Annual Steerers` Regatta; and the 2010 Four Sisters Regatta.
Stay tuned for more stories and photos as Canada continues to host premier sailing events from coast to coast!
Canadian Albacore Association: A Busy June Ken Yamazaki, June has been a busy month for the Albacore fleet. The regatta season is well underway and the CAA ran two training clinics. The club series has continued every Friday and there were two Harbour Masters.... [more] Share this story
Junior Sailors Meet at Port Credit Yacht Club Marilea McAllister, From July 15th to July 18th 2010 Port Credit Yacht Club is definitely 'The Place to Be' if you are a Dinghy Sailor. Two back to back events bring sailors from Ontario, Quebec, Northern New York State and Michigan to sail in the Steerer's Regatta on July 15th & 16th and the Four Sisters Regatta on July 17th & 18th .... [more] Share this story
Vic Maui Yacht race - Hitting nine knots Ed Watson, Vic Maui Yacht Race update. As of about 1600 today two boats in the Vic Maui fleet were making more than nine knots in the open ocean and most of the other boats weren't far off the pace.... [more] Share this story
Volvo Youth ISAF Sailing World Championship Schedule ISAF Media, The world's top youth sailors are putting the final touches to their preparation for the Volvo Youth Sailing ISAF World Championship which takes place from 8 – 17 July in Istanbul, Turkey. There will be a record attendance at the Volvo Youth Sailing ISAF World Championship 2010, which will celebrate its 40th anniversary this year in Istanbul.... [more] Share this story
F18 Worlds Day One Pictures Sail-World.com, Alex Udin's images from Day One of the 2010 F18 Worlds Erquy France... [more] Share this story
Volvo Ocean Race Legends Regatta Volvo Ocean Race, Volvo Ocean Race Legends Regatta is to be held in Alicante, Spain from 1st to 5th November 2011. The event will include a full racing schedule. As part of a rich programme of events, which will include a regatta prizegiving and a host of social events in the week running up to the start of the Volvo Ocean Race 2011-12.... [more] Share this story
IODA North American Championship - Leader OCS IODA North Americans, IODA North American Championship. The second last day of the championship saw almost perfect sailing conditions: temperature around 22°, sunny skies with almost no clouds and winds reaching 15knots... [more] Share this story
Optimist North American Championship - And the winner is Opti, Optimist North American Championship 2010. Christopher Williford from USA has just been crowned North American Champion 2010. He was first overall in last year's North American Championship held in Republica Dominicana.... [more] Share this story
Laser Radial World Championships - A breezy welcome to Largs Andi Robertson, Laser Radial World Championships. A full 18-25 knots of south westerly breeze Friday and Saturday gave the growing number of international athletes a challenging taste of the upper wind ranges, as well as the chilly Clyde waters as more and more Laser Radial sailors familiarise themselves with the race areas.... [more] Share this story
Canada's 2010 Vic-Maui Division 1 fleet flying Ed Watson & Sail-World Canada, Solid westerlies off Canada BC's Victoria waterfront made for a great start for Division 1 boats in the Vic-Maui Yacht Race. It's a 2308 nautical mile race, but each skipper and crew was eager to gain an early advantage on their competitors.... [more] Share this story
IODA North American Championship - Williford (USA) leads IODA, IODA North American Championship. Christoper Williford (USA) leads from Mathias Dyck (ECU) and Duncan Williford (USA) after six races have been sailed. The racing continues tomorrow with the Optimist Team Racing North American Championship and the Optimist Nations Cup... [more] Share this story
505 North American Championship report and results Mike Holt, 505 North American Championship, Chicago Yacht Club, June 24th-27th. The North American Championship was last held on Lake Michigan in 1978 and was won by 505 legends Dennis Surtees and Pip Pearson. Teams traveled from Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New York, New Jersey, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, Florida, Ohio, California and Ontario to join the local competitors from the resurgent Fleet... [more] Share this story
22nd Victoria to Maui (Vic-Maui) Division 2 fleet away Sail-World.com, The 22nd Victoria to Maui International Yacht Race started yesterday under overcast skies from the Victoria Harbour start line at 10am PDT.... [more] Share this story
Final Preparations Underway for 25th Anniversary Georgian Bay Regatta Alberto Zanchetta, That's right, for 25 years sailors on Georgian Bay have been gathering for a week long competition and camaraderie during the last week of July. In conjunction with Ontario Sailing, the Regatta continues a tradition of friendly competition that began in 1986 with the Georgian Bay International Challenge Cup. The regatta is now organized by the Georgian Bay Sailing Association, a non-profit Corp... [more] Share this story
Distance Racing - West Coast Style David Schmidt, Sail-World USA Editor, Every area has its classic distance race: On the east coast, the storied Newport-Bermuda commands the loftiest perch of all American offshore races, but here on the west coast we have our own traditions as well. Being shy of an island that's 'only' 635 nautical miles offshore, our sailors have to race a bit further, but when the destination is Hawaii, it's hard to complain.... [more] Share this story
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