|Joined fleet in 1999, generously donated by members of the National Yacht Club – Michael Dosh, Harvey Cracknell, and Tom Wood. A Screamer 12m American Design, by naval architect Mike Kaufman. Built in 1984.|
Most generously donated in 2017 by Dr. Graham Turrall and Ms. Marlys Edwardh, CM. A Rhodes Offshore 40, Jilàsi was gifted for the purpose of advancing the Broad Reach mission to foster the development of vulnerable youth through the sport, science and experience of sailing.
Jilàsi was designed by prominent naval architect Philip Rhodes and built in Cheoy Lee Shipyards. It was launched in 1966, and since then has been meticulously restored under Brian Gooderham’s oversight to a condition that can only be described as better than new!
Jilàsi is a Mi’kmaq word meaning: Welcome honoured guest.
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Length: 39 feet Beam: 10 feet Draft: 7 feet.
Joined fleet in 2005 from Burlington, Vermont, after sailing on Lake Champlain. Generously donated by John Corson. A Screamer 12m American Design, by naval architect Mike Kaufman. Built in 1984. Sister vessel to Orca. Currently being repaired and restored.
Generously donated by George Pettyan in 2018, Gaoh is a California Custom 39 built in 1969 for Canada’s Championships.
Length: 39 feet Beam: 12 feet Draft: 7 feet
Joined the fleet in 2007, generously donated by James O’Hagan, from Halifax, Nova Scotia. A Screamer 12m American Design , by naval architect Mike Kaufmann. built in 1984. Sister vessel to Orca and Diogenes. Currently being repaired and restored.
Generously donated by Cathy and Andy Rolph in 2017, Blurrr is a Flying Tiger 10 M, designed by naval architect Robert H. Perry, as an affordable club racer. Built in 2006.
Length: 30 feet Beam: 8 feet Draft: 3 feet.