September 22 – Registration

(NOTE if you need to register on Sept 23rd please let us know)

September 23 – 24 – Racing


Ontario Provincial Championships (ILCA, Club 420, Optimist, 29er)

Optimist Ontario Sailing Grand Prix Event

September 15 – Registration

September 16 – 17 – Racing

Staff Change at CORK

Dear Members and Volunteers,
I am writing to announce the departure of CORK/Sail Kingston’s Executive Director, Sarah Donaldson.

Sarah was brought on as the Executive Director in 2022 during a period of transition for our organization. She brought great commitment and long hours to the position, particularly in the summer regattas with improvements like the morning snacks and social BBQs. Sarah is now moving on to pursue other professional opportunities. We thank her for her contributions to Cork/Sail Kingston and wish her the best in her future endeavours.

The Board is fully committed to ensuring a smooth transition during this period of change. An executive search firm has been retained to conduct the search for our new staff leader. While that is happening, and in view of the approaching winter season, the CORK office will be staffed by Janice Wilby only on Tuesdays and emails will be answered as promptly as possible.

Thank you for your understanding and let us look forward to a great 2024 regatta season.

Jamie Fraser

Board Chair




Sail Canada Talent ID Camps

Please click here for more information about the Sail Canada Talent ID Camps:https://www.sailing.ca/talent-id-program/  


2024 Schedule

Foil Kingston

June 28 – July 3

July 4 – Registration

July 5–7 – Racing

Opti Team Racing

July 31 –Aug 1

July 31 – Registration

Aug 1 – Racing

Opti International

Aug 1 – Aug 4

Aug 1 – Registration

Aug 2-4  – Racing

29er North Americans

Aug 5-9

Aug 5 – Registration

Aug 6-9 – Racing

1Design Festival
29er Canadians

Aug 15-18

August 15 – Registration

August 16-18 –  Racing

Fall CORK 1

Sep 13-15 

August 13 – Registration

August 14-15 – Racing

Fall CORK 2

September 20-22

Sep 20 – Registration

Sep 21-22 – Racing

About Us

Something For Everyone!

In 1969, a group of enthusiastic sailors decided to establish CORK to host international sailing events off Kingston. The area offers some of the best fresh-water sailing in the world, excellent wind and wave conditions, and is a short distance from shore to the race courses. Leading up to the 1976 Olympics, the CORK regatta offered excellent training for sailors, coaches, and officials and has since become a fixture on the international calendar.

Land Acknowledgement

CORK acknowledges that we are on the traditional land, lake, and waterways of the Anishinaabe, Haudenosaunee, and the Huron-Wendat. We are grateful to be able to compete and learn on these waters. 

Thank You To Our Partners