47th Annual Ticonderoga Race
Saturday, June 19, 2021
Open to all sailors on Lake George, the Lake George Ticonderoga Race will consists of one fleet in 2021: the monohull spinnaker fleet (green fleet).
The Ti Race is a fundraiser for the Y-Knot adaptive sailing program at Camp Chingachgook. Please help out by seeking donations from family, friends, and corporations to help support Y-Knot Sailing.
The registration fee is a minimum $20 donation to Y-Knot Sailing and can be submitted directly to the program via their online portal.
After submitting the donation, complete your registration by sending a text notification to Ryan Montgomery at 518-321-1081.
The race start time is 8:30AM on Sunday, June 19, 2021. The total distance for the race is about 45 miles.
At 8:30AM, boats may start the race by rounding to the west the southernmost danger buoy in front of the Lake George Club. Boats finish the race by rounding to the east the same southernmost danger buoy in front of the Lake George Club.
A government buoy at the north end of the lake is used as a turning mark. The mark is the lighted obstruction buoy off of Hawkeye (Windmill) Point, northeast of Rogers Rock at the southern end of Hearts Bay. See: https://lgpc.ny.gov/system/files/documents/2018/07/lkg-1_0.pdf
All competing yachts will be required to take their own time at the finish and report to Ryan Montgomery. Contact Ryan at 518-321-1081.
This regatta will be governed by The Racing Rules of Sailing (RRS) 2021 – 2024 and this Notice of Race. The Two-Turns Penalty, RRS 44.1 and 44.2, will apply. All boats are required to carry a VHF radio.
All fleets are scored using the PHRF Time on Time scoring system, based on a start time of 8:30AM. Results will be posted on LakeGeorgeRacing.com
The winning skipper in the Monohull Spinnaker (Green) Fleet is awarded the Brodie Cup, a perpetual trophy named in honor of Bob and Sheila Brodie of Yankee Boating Center, longtime supporters of the Corinthians and of sailing on Lake George.