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Kitsilano Yacht Club
Vancouver's Neighbourhood Yacht Club since 1934
 


Kitsilano Yacht Club Junior Awards 2018

Click here to see the how our Junior High Performance Optimist Team were recognised

Thank you to their coach Tine Moberg-Parker for all of her hard work and dedication

Congratulations to Marco Rossi for placing 3rd overall in the 2018 British Columbia Optimist Red Championships
Congratulations to Rory Walsh for placing 2nd overall in the 2018 British Columbia Optimist Blue Championships
Congratulations to Charles Harland for placing 3rd overall in the 2018 British Columbia Optimist Blue Championships
Congratulations to Max Ramsey for placing 3rd overall in the 2018 British Columbia Optimist White Championships



Final Results

Thursday Evening PHRF Races

Overall results & R6 Fall Series 2018

PHRF Results R5 August 30th 2018


Overall Results KYC PHRF Spring Series 2018

Kits Invitational Regatta - July 7-8 

Results:
Kits Invitational 2018 Results

Pictures:
Kits Invitational 2018 Photos





Upcoming Events
Upcoming Events




Kitsilano Yacht Club was founded in the summer of 1934 to foster amateur yachting on English Bay in Vancouver and encourage competition at the highest level. The club is home to many active one-design sailing fleets, including the Star, 5O5, Martin 242, Melges 24, Lightning and Cal 20 and outrigger canoe and SUP racing teams. 

We run a Thursday night and Sunday afternoon race series and host several regattas. In September, we'll host the Vancouver 2018 5O5 Canadians.  The 2017 Kits Invitational Regatta was also Cal20 Canadian Championships, Lightning PNW District Championships, and 5O5 Western Canadian Championships.  September 2017 saw us host the 6M Oceana Cup Regatta as part of the lead-in to the  6M World Championships held at RVYC.




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Home of Pacific Reach Paddling

 

Home of Pacific Reach Paddling


Outrigger canoeing is a sport in which an outrigger canoe (va'a, wa'a, waka ama in Tahitian, Hawaiian, similarly in Polynesian language) is propelled by means of paddles. Outrigger canoeing has grown from its roots in Polynesia to become a very popular paddling sport, with numerous sporting and social canoe clubs established around the world.

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