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J/24 Canadian Championships at Port Credit Yacht Club on July 6-10

by Katie Nicoll on 20 Jun 2011
J/24 North Americans Allen Clark http://www.photoboat.com

Three weeks from now Port Credit Yacht Club will be hosting the 2011 J24 Canadian Championships. Boat and sail measurements will take place July 6th and seventh with the first practice race occurring the evening of Thursday July 7th. The first full day of racing will be July 8th and will run through the weekend until Sunday July 10th. More information can be found on the web site: http://j24canadians2011.wordpress.com/




A great BBQ is planned for the Thursday night practice race put on by our own Rossi Milev (Clear Air) and Ted Bartlewski (Driver’s Wanted); Friday night we have booked a room at the Brogue Inn (http://thebrogue.ca/ ) to celebrate the first day of racing and present the First Day Winner with the trophy; Saturday night is a party night back at PCYC where there’ll be a BBQ dinner & entertainment into the wee hours; Sunday we’ll wrap things up early afternoon and have the overall winners accept their prizes on the front lawn of PCYC.

Hope to see you all there. If you haven’t registered yet please don’t wait. Visit the website, register and start making your way to PCYC!

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