Saturday, June 18, 2016 Sailing Shed Assembly Crews Needed!

4 TEAMS needed  – TWO PERSONS per Team for assembling four JUNIOR SAILING SHEDS (4′ x 8′) down by the shoreline border of the OHCC and Toronto Multihull Cruising Club.

On Saturday June 18 at 9:00 AM, we need brains and brawn to erect 4 (4×8) pre-fab sheds for Junior Sailing. There will be an assembly diagram and instructions to follow, using power tools, as well as a little lumber to tote. Please bring your own tools if you have them.

The RAIN DAY will be Sunday June 19 (maybe just a couple of ours if we don’t have it all done on Saturday and positioned).

This is a 3-5 hour job but earns 8 hours of volunteer credit!

Power Boat Demonstration

The OHCC Whaler returns from winter hibernation prior to Docks-In and the Committee boat arrives this week!

On Saturday, April 30, 2016 at 0900 AM a power boat demonstration is scheduled for any member who wants to learn the basics about operating the OHCC power vessels. As well, as an added feature and for some practical experience, the marks the OHCC is responsible for (marks “0” and “1”) will be set in their 2016 spots in the Outer Harbour. Members participating in the power boat demonstration may also partake in that activity.

Contender World’s 2016 Santa Cruz, California

Four OHCC members are competing in this year’s World’s:
Peter Hale, Stephanie Mah, Roger Martin and Mike Smits!

Our own Roger Martin WON race 7 in the Regatta.

Pictures below courtesy of Jim Erven.

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Bart’s Bash Notice of Race

Bart's Bash Notice of Race Flyer

The Largest Sailing Event in the World
Sunday, September 20, 2015
2 p.m. – Sailing instructions and skippers meeting at OHCC
3 p.m. – Race starts in the Outer Harbour
All dinghy classes welcome. No entry fee.
BBQ afterwards at OHCC’s club house.
Please RSVP by September 17 to help race committee organize the event. Contact the OHCC Secretary by email or 647 970-4948.

Sailing is for everyone! Bart’s Bash is an annual fundraising and participation campaign promoted by the Andrew Simpson Sailing Foundation (ASSF). The Foundation honours the life and legacy of a sailor who was passionate about encouraging and helping others fulfil their aims. Its objective is to “inspire the next generation”. Bart’s Bash is open to all sailing clubs, yacht clubs, scout groups, sea cadets and any venue globally that can hold a race. It’s the Largest Sailing Race in the World as verified by Guinness World Records. More info about Bart’s Bash