The EYC hosts a busy schedule of summer sailboat racing for each of its fleets, Flying Scots, 420s, Lasers and Optimists. There are weekday and weekend races scheduled as well as several annual regattas.
The EYC’s 2013 season will include nine weeks of series racing as well as six regattas, the Fyr Bal Regatta (Flying Scots), the Family Regatta (Flying Scots), the Optimist Regatta, the Rich Hall Junior Regatta (Club 420s), the Women’s Regatta (Flying Scots) and the 107th annual Ephraim Regatta (Flying Scots). The EYC gives numerous trophies and awards each year.
EYC membership is required to skipper a boat in an EYC series race. Membership is not required to serve as crew in a series race, nor is membership required to compete as skipper or crew in any EYC regatta.
Rich Hall Junior Regatta July 13-14. The EYC’s annual Rich Hall Junior Regatta is open to all sailors age 18 and under (including non-members) and features competition in Laser Radials and Club 420s. Rich Hall Junior Regatta Notice of Race. Rich Hall Junior Regatta Sailing Instructions
Annual Series Races. The EYC hosts series races six days a week in four classes (Flying Scots, Club 420s, Laser / Laser Radial, Optimists). The EYC hosts an annual Fyr Bal Regatta (Flying Scots, June 15), Family Regatta (Flying Scots July 6), and Women’s Regatta (Flying Scots, July 30)
2013 Ephraim Regatta August 2-3-4. The 108th annual Ephraim Regatta will be held August 2-3-4. Mark your calendar now for this famous and fun event which features two parties and great Flying Scot racing. The Ephraim Regatta is consistently one of the largest Flying Scot regattas in the United States.
Notice of Race, 108th Annual Ephraim Regatta (revised 12.1.2012)
The Ephraim Yacht Club is a family oriented non-profit organization focused on forwarding sailing education and racing to students of all ages located in the town of Ephraim, in Door County, Wisconsin on beautiful Eagle Harbor.