Sperry Challenge Raises $25,000 for Sailors with Disabilities in Montréal



The 3rd edition of the Sperry Challenge was held on August 29, 2015 at the Royal Saint-Lawrence Yacht Club in Dorval QC. Thirty sailboats from 7 local clubs raced in the pursuit regatta and 43 people enjoyed an afternoon on the water on 6 yachts participating in the Cruise for a Cause. Over 125 people attended the dinner-dance-auction party, a fun and true testament to “Sailors Helping Sailors”.  

Regatta winner: Tof Nicholl-Griffith Martin 16 fleet winner: Jean-François Granger  Carey Price was a generous donor of autographed apparel to help raise funds at the silent auction.

All proceeds benefitted L’Association québécoise de voile adaptée. www.aqvaqc.com





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