Colin Mann of Lunenberg Yacht Club

Colin Mann

 

Mar 8, 2016

Colin Mann recently stepped down from the Sail Canada Race Management Committee after many years of service. As a Sail Canada certified National Race Officer, he contributes to the on-water delivery of Lunenburg Yacht Club’s weeknight club races, and regattas through Nova Scotia. His ongoing participation as a winning sailor keeps comrades and fellow members enthusiastic about getting out on the water! Mann is commended for his contribution to Sail Nova Scotia’s Atlantic Sailing Conference, having delivered interesting and informative sessions there.

The Lunenburg Yacht Club is a Member Club with Sail Nova Scotia and Sail Canada. LYC delivers Sail Canada programming to juniors, adults & persons with disabilities, and runs weeknight racing throughout the sailing season.

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