The GNS interclub series of Lac Saint-Louis is a shared effort of Beaconsfield, Pointe Claire and the Royal St. Lawrence Yacht Clubs. Its purpose is the promotion of mid-week, evening races for all types of boats primarily using PHRF handicapping.
The spring and summer series are followed by the Sailors’ Suppers at the club which is a “can’t miss” part of the evening where competitors debrief over a delicious meal and an assortment of refreshments. This post race gathering on the patio and/or in the dining room is an opportunity to compare notes, discuss tactics and maneuvers (the ones that worked and those that went wrong!), make new friends and recruit new crew.
The GNS interclub series of Lac Saint-Louis are organized through different series.
You will find notices of race, sailing instructions or other documents for these series on gnsracing.com.
This series consists of a few practice races to allow sailors to get used to the new season and brush up on their skills. This series also serves as a practice for race committees to ensure they remember sequences, starts, etc.
Sundays with the race committees of the Pointe-Claire and Beaconsfield Yacht Clubs
Commonly known as Frostbite Series.
Sundays with the Royal St-Laurent Yacht Club Race Committee
The GNS SAILWEEK Series, brings together races that are part of separate regattas.