The 2010 Masters Logo



The following items have been left at  SLSC from the masters event (if they are yours please email [email protected]):

  • one white long sleeve t- shirt
  • one right side Zhik hiking pad
Participants in this regatta must be members in good standing of the ILCA.  To join, here is the link:
We did not have 15 Radials registered by the preregistration date of July 2, 2010.  As a result,  in accordance with the NOR (and the Laser Class rules), there will not be a separate Radial fleet.  Instead, sailors will have the option of sailing the Full Rig or Radial rig and the rig switching rules as set out in the SIs will apply.   NOTE:   sail numbers on the full rig and Radial sail will need to be the same for those switching during the regatta.
We have been able to make a few boats available for charter.  We hope to be able to offer them for about $300 for the regatta plus a damage deposit.  Please let us know as soon as possible if you would like to reserve one.  You can email us at [email protected].


On Saturday November 7, 2009, the North American Laser Class Association approved SLSC’s bid to host the 2010 Canadian Laser Masters’ Championships (a three day regatta).  The Regatta will take place from Friday,  July 23 to Sunday,  July 25.

Being chosen to host this regatta is an honour for our little (but mighty) club.  In our application to the Association, we emphasized our long history of Laser racing and as host of Laser events:   “We have had many years of hosting Laser sailors at our regattas.  Since 1972, our Club has hosted the Mid Ontario Championship Regatta, one of the consistently largest Laser regattas in the province.  In 2008, we hosted the Provincial Laser Masters Championship Regatta.  In 2009, we were the host of the District 3 Laser and Radial Championship Regatta…Our Club has a reputation for fine hospitality.  Our regattas are a community effort and we would welcome the opportunity to play hosts to the Canadian Masters in 2010.”

Ontario Masters sailor Rob Koci, secretary of District 3,  added his two cents worth in support of SLSC’s application:  “And may I add my approbations to [SLSC’s application].  Sturgeon Lake Sailing Club is one of the most hospitable clubs in District 3, and to make matters even better, close to the best, if not the best, at ensuring top quality, consistent race committee work.  I heartily endorse this club as an excellent choice to host the Laser Masters Canadians.  The regatta will be a pleasant memory for all who attend for years to come.” (editor’s note: ‘approbations’  is  a fine word).

So we have our task set out for us:  to host Canadian and international Lasers sailors the only way we know how – it will be a community effort, lots of input from lots of people, and welcoming enthusiasm like no other host club.  Participants are in for a great Regatta.

Please send email inquiries to [email protected] and we will respond promptly.