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QS staff participtes in CFB Trenton Yacht club annual regatta.

On September 13th, 2013, posted in: News by

The Yacht Club reintroduced dinghy racing at the annual regatta. The club’s 420  dinghies were crewed by QS members. Frank and Emily in one and Harrison and Callum in the other. Frank/Emily won race one  with Harrison/Callum winning the second. Race three was neck and neck with Frank/Emily winning it and the series

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Mobility Cup 2013 Halifax is completed

On September 1st, 2013, posted in: News by

Well it’s in the books and unfortunately for the QS squad there was no opportunities to move up in the standings as the weather simply did not cooperate. The winds were very heavy and for safety reasons both final day fleets races were cancelled. Great fun was had by all racers as it was very […]

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Third day results at Mobility Cup Halifax

On August 29th, 2013, posted in: News by

Gold fleet saw Steve move up a couple of places to 7th place. There were pretty heavy winds for both fleets. Bryan did not get out of the gate as his jib boom snapped in half not allowing him to race. He has now dropped to 9th. Silver fleet saw Claire move up a couple […]

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QS Gang at Mobility Cup Halifax

On August 29th, 2013, posted in: News by

We’ve arrived at what is North America’s oldest yacht club known as the Royal Halifax Yacht Squadron. It’s a beautiful location, situated just on the other side of the Halifax harbour. This year is the largest contingent of sailors that QS has ever sent to Mobility Cup, they are Steve Brown, Bryan Cuerrier, Claire Adams […]

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Mac Attack & Rotary Way head to Halifax for Mobility Cup via CN Rail

On August 19th, 2013, posted in: News by

Thanks to CN Rail boats go free of charge to the site of Mobility Cup each year and home again. A big plus this year is CN sent the container right to the Air Base. We use to have to tow them to Concord, north west of Toronto. Dennis Dove of the Yacht Club and […]

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