Michelle Cantin - Coupe Femina

Michelle Cantin - Coupe Femina

Tuesday, September 10th, 2019 – Kingston, ONIn 2014, Michelle Cantin put her ideas into shape with the start of Coupe Femina. The now annual all women’s event aims to bring females together to take part in a two-day event based in Lévis, Québec.  On August 6th, Coread more

Final Call for Nominations

Final Call for Nominations

Nominations for the Chair and two positions of Director at Large are to be received by Sail Canada no later than September 10, 2019. The positions of the Board of Directors will be decided by means of a vote by the membership at the Sail Canada Annual General Meeting. The 2019 Sail Canada Annual...read more

Tom Ramshaw in 2nd place after Day 3 of the World Cup Series Enoshima

Tom Ramshaw in 2nd place after Day 3...

Racing at the Hempel World Cup Series Enoshima began Tuesday, August 27th in Japan. This event takes place right on the heels of the 2020 Tokyo Test Event- READY, STEADY, TOKYO held in the same venue only a week earlier.read more

No wind for the final day of Ready Steady Tokyo Olympic Test Event

No wind for the final day of Ready...

Thursday, August 22nd, 2019 - Kingston, ON  The Enoshima wind decided to take a break for the last day of Ready, Steady, Tokyo, cancelling the medal races for the single-handed boats. Laser Radial sailor, Sarah Douglas, was ready to show off her skills today in the medal race. After bread more

Kingston thermal treated sailors for the final day of the Canadian Senior Championships!

Kingston thermal treated sailors for...

 Tuesday, August 20, 2019 Sailors at the Sail Canada Senior Championships at CORK OCR had another great sailing day for the final day of racing. While the winds did not reach the same high speeds as yesterday, sailors sailed in a beautiful 9 - 14 knots SW breeze.  On the skiff coread more

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