2019 IOM NCR at Steveston, BC with 32 competitors

June 19 – Soling 1M NCR has been deferred

Due to Spring flooding the Soling 1M NCR to be held on July 5 -7th has been postponed. A new date will be announced here as soon as it becomes available. The event calendar has been updated to reflect this change.

May 7 – IOM Canadian Rankings updated

The latest IOM skipper rankings have been published here.
The ranking information page has also been updated to clarify which events qualify for ranking.

May 6 – IOM NCR results

IOM National Champioship Regatta results can be found here.
Photos can be found on the hosting club’s website here.

April 25 – SSL now enabled on new website hosting

The CRYA website has been moved to a new web hosting site which now includes an SSL certificate, along with improved performance. All pages should now be shown as secure in your web browser.

April 7 – Sail Canada Code of Conduct

Sail Canada has announced a Code of Conduct and as CRYA is affiliated to Sail Canada, this applies us. The document may be downloaded here

The opening points of the Code are copied below to give you a sense of its intent.
Sail Canada Code of Conduct
1. Purpose and Scope
1.1. The purpose of this Code of Conduct is to ensure that a safe and positive environment is possible at all times within Sail Canada programs, activities and events, by making Sail Canada participants aware that there is an expectation of appropriate behaviour consistent with the Sail Canada core values of integrity, adaptability, collaboration and respect, inclusiveness, accountability and leadership.
1.2. This Code of Conduct identifies the standard of behaviour that is expected of all Sail Canada participants.

March 26 – Prairies Region Sailing schedule

The Calgary Model Sailing Association 2019 sailing schedule has been posted here.

March 25 – Coastal Cup IOM regattas NOR & Entry form

The NOR for the 2019 Coastal Cup IOM regattas has been posted here, along with an entry form on this page (wait 10 seconds and click submit again if it fails the first time).

March 18 – Beaver Fever, BC Regional IOM ranking event

This was one of the better BFs I have attended based on good wind and relatively weed free conditions combined with sunny weather. Remember this is also #1 of 8 Coastal Cup regattas being held in 2019. Results are here.

Jan 1 – Newsletter submissions deadline – Jan. 31, 2019

Deadline for the Winter issue of Canadian Radio Yachting for all articles, notices of regattas & changes to regatta schedules, and ads.
Please submit content via email to cryacommunications (at) gmail.com

Jan 1 – Membership dues renewal deadline – Feb. 28, 2019

The 3 month grace period for membership dues renewal expires on Feb 28th.
If you have not done so already, please fill out the form on this page and remit payment of $15.00

Canadian Radio Yachting Association

Besides being Canada’s radio sailing authority, and all the technical administration that comes with that authority, the CRYA brings together people from all parts of Canada to enjoy a sport that can be enjoyed by young and old. The Social aspects of participating in this sport can be very rewarding, talking boats, building boats, and sailing radio controlled boats, can be enjoyed by all.

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