This race involves completing a course of 300NM around Lake Ontario. On even years there is the option to go around twice and compete in the LO600.
Non-member skippers who successfully complete the LO300/600 Solo Challenge and have their finish approved by the Board of Directors will be granted membership in the GLSS.
For more information on the event, or on information for launching and/or storing your boat (if required) at PCYC prior to the race, please contact the GLSS LO300 Representative Ron Smallbone, email@example.com
For more detailed information visit the LO300 web site: http://loor.ca/lake-ontario-300/
The 2022 Lake Ontario Solo Challenge Starts on July 16th
Registration Information Coming Soon
Resumé and Solo Passage Documentation – Non GLSS Members Only
Non-GLSS members who wish to enter the Lake Ontario Solo Challenge, must submit a Sailing Resumé and also a Solo Passage Documentation form to be considered for entry. Early submission of these documents will allow the GLSS Board of Directors ample time for review, and provide you with time to correct any deficiencies. Non-GLSS members can email their sailing resume and passage documentation to the Race chair, firstname.lastname@example.org