Royal Motor Yacht Club- Toronto



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Welcome to Women’s Sailing at RMYC

Celebrating Women & Girls in Sailing with #SheSails


RMYC Toronto has a proud history of promoting the inclusion of Women & Girls in Sailing and is aligned with the SheSails aims of:

- Promote and celebrate women and girls participation in the sport of sailing

- Provide new and exisiting female sailors with the opportunity to enjoy activities at their local sailing club with like-minded people


Women Sailors are celebrated at RMYC Toronto with the Yachtswoman of the Year award presented at our annual presentation.

2022-2023 Yachtswoman of the Year - Michelle Havenstein

SheSails 2024


Another SheSails Regatta at Toronto has been and gone and what a fabulous event it was!



On 18 February in perfect sailing weather, 23 boats all with a female helm and a large female contingent across the whole fleet competed in the RMYC SheSails regatta.

Congratulations to our winners.

1st place: Equinox (LMYC), helmed by Eleanor Cunningham

2nd place: Titoki (RANSA) helmed by Frances Beaumont

3rd place: Misguided (WASC), helmed by Emily Fatches

After the race we had lots of smiles and happy faces in the clubhouse where, prior to the presentation, the crew and supporters enjoyed a delicious BBQ.

A big thanks to the following supporters who also contributed to the success of the regatta:

Emerson's on the Lake, Marine Outlet, Specsavers Kotara & Helen Ure - The Artsy Image


RMYC race results - click here

Tri-series results - click here


Stay tuned for the 2025 Lake Mac SheSails tri-series dates!



Did you know that SheSails was a Newcastle based initiative? For more information on SheSails, including its origins and Womens Sailing Courses visit


Please don’t hesitate to contact for any information about women’s sailing at RMYC.

Sarah Gamble

SheSails Representative - RMYC Toronto