The province of New Brunswick Department of Transportation and Infrastructure has made the decision that all ferries in the inland waterways of Southwest New Brunswick will operate on Ch 13. Vessels approaching should hail the Ferry operator on Ch 13 to coordinate navigation. (permission to cross cable)
Please note that the Fredericton Canadian Power and Sail Squadron will be collecting expired flares.
If you wish to dispose of your flares, you may drop them off at the Fredericton Yacht Club (metal box on the light pole opposite the shed labelled used flares),
While this service is free for CPS members, non-members are asked to pay $10. (put money in a ziplock in the box)
Note that the flares will be collected at the end of July 2022.
Commodore Fredericton Yacht Club
The Royal Kennebeccasis Yacht Club is pleased to announce the Inaugural Maiden Factor Open Race, Monday, August 8th, 6-9pm.
Following this, a reception will take place in the club house where you can mingle with the Maiden crew and hear their story firsthand. For on shore spectators, we will be showing the 2018 documentary, Maiden, at 6:00pm – chronicling Dame Tracy Edwards’ journey to skipper the first all-female Whitbread Round-the-World race boat. Racing can be viewed from the clubhouse, and the Maiden crew will arrive at approximately 7:30, post-race.
Fee to attend the reception is $20. The race is open to boats from all clubs – registration is online at RKYC.ca. Tickets for racing and/or reception are $20/person. For a chance to have one of the Maiden crew join your boat during the race, plus race and reception, tickets are $30 each. Spectator boats are welcome. Moorings and/or dock space may be available upon request.
Funds raised are, at the Maiden crew’s request, staying locally, supporting NB sailing athletes heading to the Canada Games. Antoinette Demers (FYC Commodore)