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Canadian MC Championship

When:
Saturday, September 9, 2017 to Sunday, September 10, 2017
Where:
Club de Voile Deux Montagnes - Fleet 94
http://www.lecvdm.ca/
30 Chemin des Rigolets
Vaudreuil-sur-le-Lac, QC  J7V 8P3

(450) 455-5370
CANADA
Contact:
William Hendershot
450-455-2091
Category:
MC Regional Regatta
Registration is recommended
Payment At Event Only
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Notice of Race
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Canadian MC Championship
Extra Breakfast & Lunch Package ( covers Sat/Sun)

Fleet 94 and the Club de Voile Deux Montagnes invite you to the
Canadian MC Scow Championship Regatta
September 9 - 10, 2017
Venue Club de Voile Deux-Montagnes, 30 Chemin des Rigolets, Vaudreuil-sur-le-Lac, QC J7V 8P3 Canada, Tel: (450) 455-5370 We are located about 20 miles (30 km) west of downtown Montreal, Quebec. Lac des Deux-Montagnes is part of the Ottawa River system; however, the lake is several miles wide with low relief on all sides.
Rules The races will be governed by the rules defined in The Racing Rules of Sailing (RRS). The Sailing Instructions will take precedence in case of conflict. This changes RRS 63.7.
Entries and
Eligibility
This event is open to skippers of MC scows who file a proper entry form and pay the entry fee before the skippers meeting. MCSA membership is strongly recommended (there is a $5.00 discount for current MCSA members who register online.)
Schedule
of
Events
Date Time Event
Saturday, Sep 9
0730 - 0900 Continental Breakfast and Registration

0900 Skippers Meeting

1000 Warning Signal Race #1

TBD Warning signal for additional races as conditions permit

After Races Post-Race Beer & Snacks

Supper Supper chez Will & Helene
Date Time Event
Sunday, Sep 10
0730 - 0900 Continental Breakfast

1000 Warning Signal for first race of the day. No race starts after 1300.

TBD Lunch and Awards Ceremony after completion of last race
Registration
Boat registration is $70 usd ($80 can) if you register by September 1st ($75 after September 1). $5 discount if MCSA member. Registration fee includes (2) continental breakfasts, (2) after race lunches and beer. Guest and crew breakfasts and lunches must be pre-ordered at an additional cost of $20.
    Scoring CYA Appendix A using the Low-Point scoring system with no discards. This changes RRS A2. Eight races are scheduled. A minimum of one race must be completed to constitute a regatta.
    Trophies
    • Top three (3) Any age, male or female
    • Top Master
    • Top Grand Master
    Lodging The following hotels are located close to the club:
    • Super 8
      3200 Boulevard de la Gare, Vaudreuil-Dorion, QC J7V 8W5
      (450) 424-8898
    • Motel Vaudreuil
      255 Boisvert Rue, Vaudreuil-Dorion, QC
      (450) 424-4414
    • Château Vaudreuil Hôtel & Suites
      21700, Transcanadienne, Vaudreuil-Dorion, QC J7V 8P3
      (450) 455-0955
    • Camping
      Limited camping facilities are available at the club. Washrooms and showers will be accessible overnight.
    Fun Montreal is a favorite destination for visitors from around the world. Whether you are interested in site-seeing, shopping, eating or partying all night long, there are many choices of places to visit. www.tourisme-montreal.org/What-To-Do/

    The language of Quebec is French, but any place that caters to visitors will be happy to talk to you in English. You will need a passport or some kind of "enhanced" drivers license to get into Canada and back into the USA so make sure that you have appropriate ID.

    Questions

    http://www.lecvdm.ca

    Directions Use this link to find the club and then add your location to get directions. There is a new highway (30) that links Vaudreuil to the highways coming up from around Lake Champlain. If you use the 30 you will avoid the heavy traffic on the bridges going into Montreal. You may need to update your GPS to make sure that it can find highway 30.