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The 2022 South Shore Yacht Club Queen’s Cup® Race
will be held on June 24, 2022 
and will finish in Grand Haven (hosted by Grand River Sailing Club).

 Plan now to enter the 83rd challenge of one of the most storied yacht races on the Great Lakes. This year’s night race across Lake Michigan departs from Milwaukee, WI for Grand Haven, MI on June 24, 2022.

Both Milwaukee’s South Shore Yacht Club and the Grand River Sailing Club will provide an experience worthy of this 83rd Queen’s Cup Race.

The race is open to all boats with a valid 2022 Lake Michigan Performance Handicap Racing Fleet (LM-PHRF) rating certificate and ORC rating certificates. We will continue to have starts for the shorthanded fleet (with a limit of two crew per boat) and a cruising fleet for non-spinnaker monohulls.

We are looking forward to increasing the participation of one design boats such as the GL52, J/111, Beneteau 40.7, Beneteau 36.7, and Tartan 10s. The racing between these boats and other one design boats has been close in prior years.

The fee structure is based on boat length. This helps to make the fee schedule more affordable for smaller boats.
Registration will be open and the Queen’s Cup page on the SSYC website will be updated with the Notice of Race (NOR) and other documents by mid-February.


Get the latest updates at http://ssyc.org/queens-cup and ...
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The Course in 2022:

2022 SSYC Queen’s Cup Race … June 24-25

  • Milwaukee, WI to Grand Haven, MI and Grand River Sailing Club.
  • Registration Thursday, June 23 at SSYC: 10 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
  • Friday, June 24 Registration: 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. Starts staggered from mid-afternoon through early evening.
  • Saturday, June 25 the fleet arrives in Grand Haven for post-race festivities hosted by the Grand River Sailing Club.

2022 Sponsors

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