Kevin Biskaborn of Fanshawe Yacht Club


May 9, 2016

Sail Canada announces Volvo Cars Volunteer of the Month for April 2016

Over the past few years, Kevin Biskaborn has been a significant contributor to the Fanshawe Yacht Club and its Sailing School. A certified CANSail 6 Instructor, a student and year-round volunteer to the initiatives that strengthen the club and programs for the juniors, he has gone beyond the call. Biskaborn is an active member of FYC’s Sailing School Committee, and it doesn’t stop there!

Biskaborn devotes his time and expertise in designing, managing and providing content to the club’s website. Well respected by members and colleagues at the yacht club, they are proud to recognize him this way.

The Fanshawe Yacht Club is a Member Club with Ontario Sailing and Sail Canada. A registered CANSail Training Site, FYC’s Sailing School delivers Sail Canada’s CANSail Dinghy programming for youth and adults. They host a Junior Race Team and run weekend & weeknight racing for their members. Each year FYC hosts the June Bug Regatta, their Club Championship, and the Pumpkin Regatta.

Nominate a volunteer at your club today!

Follow these simple steps to nominate for Volvo Cars Volunteer of the Month:

1) Confirm that your club or sailing school is member in good standing &/or registered for the year.

2) Click here for online nomination form and instructions for photo submissions to


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