Deep Cove Yacht Club Open Invitation to Come and Race Your Sailboat

Deep Cove

 

Feb 10, 2016

IF you ever wanted go racing, the Deep Cove Yacht Club located on the east shore of Vancouver Island, opposite the Chrome Point Lighthouse and at the end of Baynes Sound, and Hornby Islands  has an open invitation to come and  join them.

The Deep Bay Yacht Club was formed in 1997 with the idea there should be some club racing that would be fun, inexpensive, uncomplicated and available to everyone.

DBYC sail races are open to all sailors – members and non-members alike.

Entry cost for the season is only $20.00 for members and $30.00 for non-members.

Signed Waivers along with proof of insurance are required.

See the DBYC Sail Race Manual for race details and instructions.

2016 Sail Race Schedule

Spring Series
Sunday March 6th and 20th
Sunday April 3rd and 17th
Sunday May 1st, 15th and 29th
Sunday June 12th and 26th

Fall Series
Sunday August 28th
Sunday September 11th and 25th
Sunday October 9th and 23rd
Sunday November 6th and 20th

Anyone who is interested in racing or crewing please contact Peter Schiedel, Fleet Captain Sail @ sail@dbyc.ca

 

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