Across the Bay 2019
The races with the BDYC will take place every Tuesday and Thursday.
|3rd||6:45pm||Tuesdays July 9, 16, 23, 30 and August 6, 13, 20, 27.|
|4th||6:45pm||Thursdays July 11, 18, 25 and August 1, 8, 15, 22, 29.|
|5th||6:00pm||September (depending RCO availability)|
Evening races use BDYC's:
- Please review the changes to the fleets for 2019.
Sunday & Special Event 2019
Skippers meeting at noon and the race starts at 1:00pm.
The sailing workshops, organized when the demand is sufficient, make it possible to revise the rules of navigation, the handling of the boats and the adjustment of the sails on request.
- Saturday, July 20th: Ishkoodah Cup
- Sunday, August 30th and September 1st: Hudson Regatta
- Sunday 1st September: DeVries Art Memorial Cup
- Sunday October 5th YCPC: Regatta no two
- Sunday, September 8 to October 6: Fall Series
- Saturday, September 21st: Solo race
- Monday, October 9: Turkey shoot
Download the IPYC Sailing Instructions (PDF)
Sorry, we did not find any upcoming races.
Several Cups exist, here are the ones our members are participating in :
- The Art de Vries Memorial Cup
- The Ishkoodah Cup
The Ile Perrot Yacht Club is proud to support the St. Lawrence Valley Yacht Racing Association.
Race Committee Duty
Experienced racers must volunteer for the duty of the race committee.
The race official is responsible for organizing the race, to identify a second assistant and the use of the boat committee. After the race the member in charge will be able to compile the results using the computer of the club with the software "Sailwave" or to transmit the results to the Vice-Commodore.
In the event that the designated member is not available, he will have to find a replacement and advise the vice commodore of the change before the day of the race, otherwise the race will be canceled for that day. The list of assignments is displayed on the bulletin board.
Race Committee Instructions
An excellent website for learning the rules!
Anyone who wants to know more about racing rules and their application in different scenarios should check this: read the rules.
It is available in several languages and is an excellent training tool!