2017 Ontario Sailing Regional Championships Western Ontario
Saturday–Sunday August 5th–6th
The Ontario Sailing Regional Championships are a new series of Ontario Sailing events. This will be the fourth Western Ontario regatta hosted by SPSC for Lasers, Radials, Bytes and Club 420s.
Members interested in using club 420's should reserve with the contacts listed below.
SPSC is a great sailing venue on Lake St. Clair. Competitors and their families are welcome to camp and make use of the club showers, kitchen, BBQs and fire pit.
Registrations (for print)
|Schedule of Events|
|1800 – 2100||Registration & Welcoming|
|0900 – 1000||Registration|
|1200||Race 1 warning, followed by subsequent races …|
|1600||… no warning signal after|
|1800||Dinner at SPSC|
|1000||Warning for first race …|
|1400||… no warning signal after|
|1530 – 1600||Awards|
The $50 entry fee include breakfast Saturday & Sunday, snacks on the water, and Saturday night dinner. Meals for non racers may be purchased at a reasonable price.
A $15 full meal package is available to coaches. RC volunteers eat for free.
Free camping on the club grounds and limited billeting available
For detailed directions to the club, please visit our navigation page.
Please read the notice of race below and fill-in the online registration form.
519 791 1600
Notice of Race
Venue & Organizing Authority
South Port Sailing Club
210 Brighton Road
Tecumseh, Ontario N8N 2L3
(519) 979 SPSC
This regatta will be governed by the rules as defined in The Racing Rules of Sailing.
The official notice board is in the clubhouse's enclosed porch. Notices will be mirrored on the web site when possible.
Eligibility and Entry
The regatta is open to all boats of the Laser, Laser Radial, Byte and Club 420 classes.
Eligible boats may enter by completing the online entry form and paying the entry fee by cash or cheque at registration.
The required fee is $50 which includes meals.
The registration periods are on Friday between 1800 – 2100 and on Saturday between 0900 – 1000. Payment of the entry fee will be accepted at either of these times.
The scheduled time of the warning signal for the first race on Saturday is 1200.
The scheduled time of the warning signal for the first race on Sunday is 1000.
No warning signal will be made after 1400 on Sunday.
The Sailing Instructions are available either at registration or downloadable from this web site. Any changes to the Notice of Race will be incorporated into this online version and posted as a notice to competitors..
The courses will be windward/leeward between inflatable marks.
Three races are required to be completed to constitute a regatta.
Prizes will be for first, second and third place in each class.