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Club Racing

Participants' Meeting - Spring

Presentation from the Participants Meeting Spring

Facebook Live recording of the Participants Meeting Spring

QCYC Top Gun Program with Open Regatta Chair Dan Smith

Club Racing Notice of Race (NOR)

Notice of Race (NOR) Version V01.02 2018-08-09 (Amended to name Series 3 as the Flagship Software Ltd. Series)

Club Sailing Instructions (SIs) Supplements

Champion of Champions SIs Supplement V01.00 2018-04-09

Last Chance Cup SIs Supplement V01.00 2018-04-09

Wednesday Night Series SIs Supplement V01.03 2018-08-09 (Amended to change boundary between PHRF 3 WS1 NFS & PHRF 4 WS1 NFS to keep C&C 27 in PHRF 3 WS1 NFS)

Sun Rise and Set Times

Club's Protest Committee

Club Protest log and Hearing List

Wednesday Night Series

Wednesday Competitors List

 

 
Skippers' Plan Series
(May 16 - June 20)
Rigging Shoppe Series
(June  - August 8)
 
(August 15 - September 19)

One Design Classes

Queen City is proud to be the home of a large contingent of the Lake Ontario, Canada Star Fleet, many of whom regularly race locally and abroad.

Our Shark fleet, first designed and produced in Ontario, have been a mainstay of the one-design sailing scene on the Great Lakes for over 40 years. The class is as strong today as ever.

Champions of Champions

The annual club championship is scheduled for Sept. 22, 2018

Eligible Sailboats as of end of Wednesday Series 3 (Revised 2018-09-31 to add to missing sailboats)

2018 Results (Low Point)

2018 Results (High Point)

2017 Results (Low Point)

2017 Results (High Point)

Last Chance Cup

The final club race of the season: "Last Chance Cup" is schedule for Sept. 28, 2019

2018 Results (By Class)

2018 Results (Overall)

Open Regatta

Regatta weekend at Queen City comes one week after labour day weekend each year and is organized jointly the Lake Ontario Racing Council (LORC).  Learn more about this years' festivities here.

Women Skippers' Race

In addition to the formal racing, special events have become a tradition at Queen City. The annual Women Skippers Race, now in its 30th year, typically attracts more than 30 boats that race over a course that begins in the harbour and includes some tight tacking and rounding of a buoy in the lake before finishing back in front of the club.

Results Archive for Club Race Events

With results going back almost as far as the dawn of the internet. Relive your glory days here.