Sept 23, 2021

Hall of FameThe Canadian Sailing Hall of Fame and the Marine Museum of the Great Lakes at Kingston are pleased to announce that the 2020 Inductions to the Canadian Sailing Hall of Fame, which was postponed because of the pandemic, will now take place on Sunday, October 3rd, 2021 at the Kingston Yacht Club in Kingston, ON.

The 2020 inductees are:

• David Miller - 1972 Olympic Bronze Medal in the Soling Class – B.C. (RVYC)

• Paul Cote - 1972 Olympic Bronze Medal in the Soling Class – B.C. (RVYC)

• John Ekels – 1972 Olympic Bronze Medal in the Soling Class – B.C. (RVYC)

• Glen Dexter - 1977 and 1980 Soling Class World Champion – N.S. (BBYC)

• Andreas Josenhans - 1977 and 1980 Soling Class World Champion – N.S. (BBYC)

• Sandy MacMillan - 1977 and 1980 Soling Class World Champion – N.S. (BBYC)

• Karen Morch - 1984 Olympic Gold Medal Windsurfer Demonstration Class - ON (RCYC)

• Terry McLaughlin - 1984 Olympic Silver Medal Flying Dutchman Class – ON (RCYC)

• Evert Bastet - 1984 Olympic Silver Medal Flying Dutchman Class - QC (RStLYC)

• Terry Neilson - 1984 Olympic Bronze Medal Finn Class – ON (NYC)

• Hans Fogh - 1984 Olympic Bronze Medal Soling Class - ON (RCYC)

• John Kerr - 1984 Olympic Bronze Medal Soling Class - ON (RCYC)

• Steve Calder - 1984 Olympic Bronze Medal Soling Class - ON (RCYC)

• Lynn Watters – Renowned International Judge - QC (RStLYC)

Watch it live or online!

The Induction Ceremony will take place Sunday, October 3rd, from 2pm to 5pm at the Kingston Yacht Club (1 Maitland Street, Kingston, ON). The inductions will be available for viewing via the Marine Museum’s YouTube live-stream. To receive the link to the live-stream, register online at https://www.marmuseum.ca/cshof. There will be a $5 subscription fee to view the inductions on line, with all monies going in support of the Canadian Sailing Hall of Fame.

For more information, please contact Doug Cowie, Marine Museum of the Great Lakes Manager (tel: 613-542-2261 / email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).

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