PCYC has an active racing program. The racing season commences in mid-May and finishes in mid-September. Club racing is offered on Monday and Wednesday evenings with the first warning signal at 1830. Both nights offer handicap racing using the Performance Handicap Racing Formula Lake Ontario (PHRF-LO). A rating is easily obtained through the Club's Handicapper at email@example.com.
Monday nights offer White Sail racing for both competitive racers and for those who enjoy a less intensive racing experience. The course configuration is a triangle windward/leeward course. The faster boats sail a windward/leeward course twice around. The slightly slower fleets sail a triangle and then a windward/leeward leg.
Wednesday nights offer competitive spinnaker racing and white sail racing as well. The Spinnaker Fleets sail a windward/leeward course twice around and the White Sail fleets sail a triangle and then a windward/leeward leg.
Interested in participtaing but not boat? Join the fun anyway by signing up with our Crew Bank Captain Linda Clarke to get placed on a boat through the series.
Wondering how to ensure you are a great skipper or a great crew? Read through the Registration Overview by Merilee Wright for some handy tips, tricks, dates and more!
Click here to Register for the Monday night series
Click here for the Event Rules
Click here for the Division Splits
Click here to volunteer yourself or someone on your crew for 1 night of service on the Race Committee this season.
Click on the date to see the results -
May 16th - Practice Starts
May 24th - First Monday Night Race (note on Tuesday, because Monday is a holiday) - Series A
May 30th - Series B and Women on the Helm No Race
2nd - (held on Tuesday because Monday is a holiday) - Series A Race A6
8th - Series B and Women on the Helm Race B4
15th - Series A No Race
22nd - Series B and Women on the Helm Race B5
29th - Series A Race A8
Women on the Helm
COME JOIN US
The PCYC Women on the Helm (WOTH) racing series for 2022 is held as a ‘race within a race’ as part of the Monday night ‘B’ series. The WOTH series is arranged so that couples who plan to share the helm can alternate races between the ‘A’ and ‘B’ series. Katie Nicoll-Coleman will be available after most races to answer questions about rules, etc. Prizes will be awarded at the annual Awards banquet.
ELIGIBILITY AND ENTRY
The PCYC Women on the Helm Monday Night Race is open to all boats registered for the PCYC Monday night racing series. The rules and regulations for the Monday night race series will apply to WOTH with the following exception: A woman is required on the helm at the start and finish of the race and around all marks. The woman does not have to be the female skipper of record. Crew can be mixed. Women planning to race in WOTH races should contact Anne Sanderson: firstname.lastname@example.org