Welcome to the Lake Ontario Offshore Racing Website
The 2017 banquet for the Susan Hood Trophy Race and Lake Ontario 300 Challenge presented by driveHG is set for 5:00 PM on Saturday, November 11th, 2017, at PCYC. Detail below:
Time: Cocktails at 5:00 followed by dinner and awards
Dinner: $45.00 (including taxes and gratuity): Roast Sirloin of Beef and Grilled Bacon Wrapped Medallions of Turkey. Plus, a glass of wine with dinner sponsored by Parker Media Management Inc.
Tickets on sale as of Monday, October 16th.
Reservations are required, by Credit Card or PCYC member number only. Book now as seating is limited! Contact David Sutman at 905-278-5578.
The last LOOR event of the 2017 season happens on the weekend of September 16 and 17. Find out all about the race to Port Dalhousie here.
ANNOUNCEMENT: “We are extremely excited to welcome UCC Industries International and UCC Steelwork Connections as the Gold Sponsor for LOSHRS – the Lake Ontario Short Handed Racing Series” announced Joe Doris, Chair of Lake Ontario Offshore Racing.
2017 Lake Ontario Offshore Racing Schedule:
Lake Ontario 300 Challenge Race (LO300)
Starts on Saturday, July 15th and onwards.
A 300 KM and 300 NM race around Lake Ontario from Port Credit Yacht Club (PCYC) and finishing at PCYC.
Susan Hood Trophy Race
Friday, June 2nd into Saturday, June 3rd
A 75 NM overnight race on western Lake Ontario Port Credit Yacht Club (PCYC) and finishing at PCYC.
Lake Ontario Short Handed Racing Series
Race 1: Sunday, June 4th
A great warmup for the LOSHRS season this day race starts from PCYC and finishes at Toronto Islands via Clarkson.
Race 2: Saturday, June 17th
Starts at PCYC and finishes at Port Dalhousie.
Race 3: Sunday, June 18th
Starts at Port Dalhousie and finishes at PCYC.
Race 4: Saturday, August 19th into Sunday, August 20th
A 100-mile overnight race starting at PCYC and ending at PCYC.
Race 5: Saturday, September 16th
Starts at PCYC and finishes at Port Dalhousie Yacht Club.
Race 6: Sunday, September 17th
Starts at Port Dalhousie Yacht Club and finishes at PCYC.