Racing

Your Proposed 2017 Race Schedule

2017 Race Schedule 

the new Race Rules of Sailing which are now in effect and will govern all FYC races for the next several years. 

Please take a look at the new rules

Link to the new Racing Rules of Sailing

https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=http-3A__www.sailing.org_documents_racingrules_&d=DwIFAw&c=AgHBXVkk0bblyDQ8JQu5Fw&r=0NPWJGKnbWWaCEM_xmrStOPLtw2j3wyUAzI-ZIcg7wsnBwAAzSVJYyot8Pt7Hs6W&m=WrAUkK2yvANUNE4hcIUDlRWmRL9nPAjHQ210rfrwTzE&s=3nNj6MthNpI_ZCmI_i–KvP1vMHc6fN5AQcxsESEcoE&e=

  

Race Results (for the overview/course info scroll down)

2017

Cup race (2017) results:
Weekend Race Results (2017)

Wednesday (2017) results
Wednesday (2017) series summary:

 

2016

Cup race (2016) results:
Weekend Race Results (2016)

Wednesday (2016) results
Wednesday (2016) series summary:
 

2015

Cup race (2015) results:
Weekend Race Results (2015)

Wednesday (2015) results
Wednesday (2015) series summary:

2014

Cup race (2014) results:
Wednesday (2014) results
Wednesday (2014) series summary:
Weekend Race Results 2014

Cup race (2013) results:
Wednesday (2013) results
Wednesday (2013) series summary:
Weekend Race Results 2013

Cup race (2012) results:
Wednesday (2012) results
Wednesday (2012) series summary:
Weekend Race Results 2012

Thanks to Steve Floyd for maintaining the race results.
His site is at:http://www.sflyer.ca/

 

Overview

The FYC racing community is all about fostering new racers, growing member’s racing and sailing skills and providing a competitive venue for racers to push their skills and boats.

Our races follow ISAF official rules but are formatted in a way to make entry easy for new racers. Check out our club instructions page for details.

Wednesday nights, throughout the summer, we meet at 5:00pm-5:30pm on the wharf on Douglas Harbour. We socialize and a course is drawn-up by the organizer(courses depend on conditions). Usually racing starts at 6:30pm (6pm late in the season). We will start two or three classes of boats in a 5 minute staggered start.

Boats are matched up into classes based on the speed of the boat and the experience of the captain. A handicap system is used so that all of the boats in the fleet are competitive.

We have a variety of cup races that happen throughout the summer. Generally these will take place on a single day of racing. The format of the cup races is the same as the Wednesday night races. For more details on each cup race, see the description pages.

The Race Seminar / Social which was presented by the Race Committee on May 14, 2015.

If you missed the presentation and would like a copy, one is available for you.

Introduction to racing – May 2015.

Course

Race Marks

 

Results

Chardonnay with spinnaker

Justified with spinnaker

 

For more information on racing, please contact info@fyc.ca or see our social calendar for schedule information.