J24 District Quebec

38 ans de One Design

Results – 2016 Changing of the Colors Regatta, Lake George

Results from the fall classic we all love… with our Quebec Champ in the top 5! Congrats.

“High Strung” For Sale

A superb J at a superb price! here

HULL 1734 For Sale

1979 Tillotson Pearson J24
Sail number 1734
-2 sets of sails – one set of old North Sails (main and genoa) and one set of Quantum that we currently race with (also with Doyle spinnaker and storm sail)
-It does have a newer mast (1984) and standing rigging.

-Maxibraid genoa sheets and Maffioli swiftcord spinnaker sheets both changed in 2012

-The hull itself is the reason we bought the boat in the first place; it’s got no osmosis or blistering and is very fair. The keel was faired before we bought the boat, but is in good shape. We’ve put a bunch of work into it (including new barrier coat this month) to slow the inevitable blistering that comes along with owning a J24.

-Trailer had the wiring re-done right before we bought it and lights replaced with LED’s as well as an all black paint job

+ MERCURY 5.5 HP engine.

Price: 5950 $

Contact: malapert.matthieu at gmail

Quebec Series Results

Hello All – here are the final totals for our Quebec Series. I’ll send them off to the CJCA for worlds’ spots today.

Slow start, great turnout at the NAs in Port Credit

Quebec Champ!

Stephan Blais and the crew of Premature Grey made it a hat trick, securing their 3rd Quebec District Championship title this past weekend.  Way to go gang!

Hudson Labour Day Winners

With one shifty, tough race to decide it all, we were all pleased for the winners of the second and final regatta of the Quebec Series:1st – François Lanouette, Reactor
2nd – Lee Grant, PeaceMaker
3rd – Stephan Blais, Premature Grey

Congrats all🙂

Hudson Labour Day Regatta Docs

Final regatta in the Quebec Championship Series.

Check out the documents here & get registered:

2017 Worlds Allocations Announced

Good news! As the 2nd-largest district in Canada we will get eight spots for the 2017 Worlds in Port-Credit. This means the top eight boats in the Quebec Series will qualify.

As well, there are five spots going to the top non-qualified Canadian boats at the NAs, so there are more chances to win!

Another key note – there is a special spot for a YOUTH or FEMALE team – if you or someone you know would be interested, I think the process there would be to propose the team to the CJCA and then get picked.

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