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Hansome Devil on YouTube

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Pardon Moi on YouTube

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One Girl's Ocean Challenge Race Report

What An Amazing Race! Thursday July 22, 2010 This year’s Lake Ontario 300 was one for the books, with a record number of participants and winds! This year the single handed division had 17 boats. With 2 single handed minis … Continue reading

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Shock Therapy Ripping up the LO 300 Before the Blow

Shock Therapy Ripping up the LO 300 Before the Blow

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Tales from Cheekee Monkee

Don walton relates his adventures on Cheekee Monkee: Another sailing adventure, this time aboard Ron White’s highly modified 33′ foiling F31 racing trimaran ‘Cheekee Monkee’ in the Lake Ontario 300 long distance race last Saturday. To put the record straight, … Continue reading

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Paradox Sailing Video

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Pictures and Blogs on website

Have a look at the gallery pictures! Tommy Sue Montgomery walked the docks and took many great shots of skippers and crew getting ready for the big race. The feeling of excitement and anticipation is evident in the smiling faces … Continue reading

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LO 300 Great success!

The 2010 version of the LO300 was an amazing success. Over 180 boats had a great spinnaker start on Saturday morning in increasing winds. The boats and crew endured a fierce storm on Saturday afternoon and hellish doldrums on Sunday … Continue reading

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Post Race Party

LO300 is hosting a great post race party at PCYC. We have sponsored beer, live music by “Fiddlestix”, and a great buffet barbeque. The race tracker will be up on the screen and you can watch your track as you … Continue reading

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Transponder Return

Boats which have not returned their transponders to PCYC by midnight on Tuesday July 20 are responsible to ship it back to Kattack, as follows: Remove the batteries to reduce weight, wrap and label it with the address below, and … Continue reading

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