2022 USSCA Sunfish NA Championship Regatta


JUNE 15 - 18, 2022




       Click HERE for Sunfish Race Results


Schedule of Events

Monday June 13
     1700-2000    Town parking lot open to receive boats
Tuesday June, 14
     1200-2000    Town parking lot open to receive boats
     1600-1800    Registration check-in
Wednesday, June 15
     0800-2000    Town parking lot open to receive boats
     0900-1700    Measurement
     1400-1700    Registration check-in
     1600    Practice Race
     1600-1800    Information desk is open
     1900    Welcome Reception
Thursday, June 16
     0800    Town parking lot open to receive boats
     Continental breakfast available on the lower patio
     0800-0900    Last call for Registration check-in and Measurement
     0900    Competitors meeting on the lower patio
     1000    Harbor Start
     1100    First Warning
     1830    Event Dinner/ USCA Class Board Meeting to follow
Friday, June 17
     0800    Continental breakfast available on the lower patio
     1000    Harbor Start
     1100    First Warning
     Après race Hors d’oeuvres on the lower patio
     USCA Class General Meeting
Saturday, June 18
     0800    Continental breakfast available on the lower patio
     1000    Harbor Start
     1100    First Warning
     1400    No Warning Signal will be made after this time
     Awards Ceremony with light hors d’oeuvres will begin as soon as possible at the conclusion of racing.


2022 USSCA Sunfish North American Championship Regatta -- NOTICE OF RACE.  Click HERE


Notice of Race - Amendment (June 10, 2022).  Click HERE

WAIVER for sailors who have not yet reached their 18th birthday.  Click HERE

FLAGS:  We welcome registrants from outside of the United States to bring a 3x5 of your country's flag so that we can display it on our dock during the Regatta.

COACH BOATS:  There will be coaches that are traveling who would be interested in access to a coach boat.  Any member who would like to volunteer to drive a coach at the event should contact Emily Mezzetti, General Manager at gm@hyannisyachtclub.org.

HOUSING REQUESTS:  Jacquie Newson is receiving requests from participants for housing.  Please contact her if you would be willing to host a sailor at j.newson@comcast.net.

June 2, 2022:  Accommodations available for one male competitor in a hotel room/time share at the Hyannis Courtyard Resort, not far from HYC.  Please contact Peter Gregory at peter.gregory.000@gmail.com.


Cape Cod Harbor House Inn in Hyannis.  508-771-1880.  harborhouseinn.net.  $129 weekdays; $149 Friday and Saturday (double occupancy).  Mention HYC for special rate.

Seacoast Inn in Hyannis.  508-775-3828.  www.seacoastcapecod.com.  $129 weekdats; $149 Friday and Saturday (double occupancy).  Mention HYC for special rate.

Hyannis Travel Inn.  508-775-8200.  Reserve on their website for best rate www.hyannistravelinn.com.  $114/night.

Comfort Inn in Hyannis.  508-775-7000.  www.choicehotels.com/massachusetts.  $149 weekdays; $199 weekend.

Tidewater Inn in West Yarmouth.  508-775-6322.  www.tidewatercapecod.com.  $114 weekdays; $184 Friday; $204 Saturday.

Shawme-Crowell State Forest Campground in Sandwich.  https://www.mass.gov/locations/shawme-crowell-state-forest  

Yachtsman Vacation Condo Rentals: visit the website for availability at www.vacationcapecod.com/yachtsman-condos.  The site is updated daily.  

Anchor Inn in Hyannis.  508-775-0357

Things to Do (click on the links below)

  1.  Cape Cod Potato Chip Factory
  2.  Cape League Baseball Games
  3. Watch glass blowing at Pairpoint Glass in Sandwich  Curious how some artisans blow piping hot glass into vases, lamps, and other trinkets? Visit the oldest existing glasswork business, Pairpoint, in Sandwich, which was founded in 1837. Pairpoint encourages interested parties to witness glassblowing free of charge Monday through Friday 9am - 4pm. 
  4. Bike the Cape Cod Rail Trail  Bring your bike and take to the trails - a great way to see the seashore. The state has spent $6.2 million refurbishing the trails the past two winters.  Rail Trail parking is free. Trail Map
  5. Go Fishing  Bring a fishing rod and head to any of the Cape's jetties and beaches. The Cape Cod Canal is a favorite spot and provides a dramatic backdrop.
  6. Take a Hike!  The Cape Cod National Seashore has a number of self guided tours that offer a variety of spectacular scenery and vegetation. 

For more information, please contact Jacquie Newson at 508-776-5239