Maple Bay Yacht Club is Proud to Host the 59th Annual Labour Day Regatta!

Maple Bay Regatta

This regatta is a designated Vancouver Island Racing Series (VIRS) event and as such the results will count towards the 2014 Vancouver Island Racing Series.

The Maple Bay Yacht Club is proud to host the 59th Annual Labour Day Regatta in Maple Bay.

For the 59th consecutive year their exciting annual event will get underway Friday evening with registration, a no host bar and complimentary soup and bun for all comers.

Wake early on Saturday to catch the pancake breakfast and complete your registration before heading out onto the race course. After a day on the water, enjoy the live music on the lawn; join the margarita party and famous BBQ-on-the-grill. Finish off the night with dancing to more live music in the Clubhouse.

The regatta concludes on Sunday with yet another breakfast, racing, hamburger BBQ and the awards ceremony.       

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