Jamaica Me Crazy, maintains her 2010 outstanding season with her first J105 Canadians Championship, and a very convincing win, finishing 3rd or better in 8 of 9 total races scored! Re:Tern was second and Planet B was third. Both finished with at least two bullets, one less than Hey Jude.


Jamaica Me Crazy: 2010 J105 Canadian Champions. (with Green Shirts) Jessica Perraton, Vicky Hall, Paul Milkman, Marco Pronto (not in the photo), Peter Hall, Pamela Campbell and Alan Corrance.

A fabulous time was had by all in Kingston. All the rumours about strong wind and great sailing conditions are true. It was an excellent regatta.
At 10 am when we were tuning up the winds were 8 - 10 knots
At 11 - 12 during the first race they were 10 - 12 knots
At 12:30 - 1:30 they were 12 - 14 knots
At 2:00 - 3:00 they were 15 -18 knots
At 3:30 - 4:30 they were 19 - 22 knots
Followed the same pattern every day. Great sailing with lots of awesome moments

2nd Place Re:TERN - Photos
3rd Place Planet B - Photos

Link to Regatta Photos - J105 Class

CORK Online Registration

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2010 NOR - J105 Class Only

 J105 NOR Only - (PDF Only)

2010 Sailing Instructions


2010 Mimimum Required Equipment

 Safety Sign-OFF - PDF Version

2010 Crew Sign-off

Crew Eligibility -PDF Version

2010 Measurement & Signoff

 Measure Sign-OFF- PDF Versio

Regatta Race Information:

Hey Jude at 2009 Canadian ChampionshipsFleet 4 and CORK are proud to welcome the J105 Fleet for the 2010 Canadian Championships, August 27-29 as part of CORK Offshore in Kingston, Ontario, Canada.

5-08-2010 The forms for compliance at the Canadians have been updated are attached and posted on the J/105 Canadian's website.  There will be no formal measurement process with the exception of spot inspections during the regatta.  Each owner will be responsible for submitting the attached forms (Crew Waiver, Minimum Required Equipment and Owner Sign Off with sail tag numbers) to the CORK Registration office in Kingston prior to 9 AM on the first day of Racing (Preferably before hand to my attention via email in PDF). Also, boats that do not have valid boat weight certificate should speak to Dan O'Dwyer.

The crew weigh in, as posted in the Notice or Race, will occur in Kingston from 4 to 7 PM on Thursday Aug 26 and 8 to 9 AM on Friday Aug 27 at the CORK registration Area at Portsmouth Olympic Harbour.

The Annual Championship Dinner is scheduled for Saturday Aug 28 at Kingston Yacht Club.  The cost will be $100 per boat for six tickets. Extra tickets will be available for $20 Each. I will need to be confirm the exact #s one week before the event.  I will assume all boats registered will be attending the dinner and please let me know if you require extra tickets. 

The Notice of Race ("NOR") for the 2010 Canadian Championship and the Appendix for J/105s has been posted on the CORK website.

REGISTRATION: Register before Aug 10 to avoid a late fee.  Online or fax in form in the NOR

CORK/Sail Kingston, 53 Yonge St, Kingston, ON, K7M 6G4 or Phone: (613) 545-1322. Fax: (613) 548-3752 e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Pre-Regatta Information.

25-07-2010: The J-105 Canadian Champs are only one month away and we have +10 boats confirmed!   Kingston offers some of the best fresh water sailing in the world with South West 15 knot thermals and warm waters that attract crews from all over the world - not to mention the great restaurants and bars!.    Post race socials are planned for each night following racing and we have our annual, not to be missed, Championship dinner on Saturday Aug 28 at Kingston Yacht Club.

You can register via the link to the CORK Website and the early bird fee is available until Aug 10. http://www.cork.org/events/cork_offshore.html

The Feeder Race from Toronto to Kingston is set for Friday Aug 20 with a start time of approximately 12 Noon - Robert Baker will be circulating the SIs shortly.

More info is on the Fleet 4 website and stay tuned for further email updates and posts to http://www.j105.ca

DOCKING: Information regarding docking before, during and after the Championship is included in the NOR and if you have not made arrangements for docking before and after the Championships I would encourage you to do so ASAP with they City of Kingston. The deposit is only one nights docking (further information is in the NOR). Docking during the Championships at Portsmouth Olympic Harbour is included in the registration fee and will be reserved with your registration.

: Information is provided in the NOR Appendix.

SOCIAL: This years Saturday night social event will be held at the Kingston Yacht Club - If you have not done so already, please let me know if you think you will be attending - I would like to give the club a rough idea of numbers.

: At this time we do not have a sponsor for the Championship and any ideas are welcome if they could be directed to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


Confirmed Participants:





Re Tern



Hey Jude



Planet B



Jamaica Me Crazy






Red Port Left



Scotch Rocks



Sonic Boom



The Usual Suspects













 The Sailing Instructions and Skipper/Crew Waiver forms have been posted for the 2010 J105 Canadian Championship Feeder Race to Kingston.

Please note, the J105 Canadians Feeder Race to Kingston Sailing Instructions (SI's). differ greatly from those of day racing events. You are instructed to carefully reading and understand these SIs thoroughly, including but not limited to the Self recording policy, fixed starting time, the use of engines, finish deadline and crew waiver and registration. READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY!

Sailing Instructions (PDF Version) | Skipper and Crew Waiver (PDF Version)

Boat Registration and Skipper and Crew Waiver forms must be completed and faxed prior to 24:00 August 19th, 2010.

Robert Baker.