Division 1 Championship
The Division 1 Champion Trophy is awarded annually to the overall fleet champion boat in Division 1, based on combined performance in five of TCYC’s major annual races (New Years Day, Spring Tuneup, Passage Island Race, English Bay Scramble and Last Chance Regatta).
The trophy was inaugurated in 2010, replacing the Performance Class Trophy.
2017 - Krikket - Simon Hill
2016 - Krikket - Simon Hill
2015 -SENZA, Ernie Fielder
2014 - Windy Feat, Stephen Snell
2013 - Aqua Perla, Viggo Lisson
2012 - Senza, Ernie Fiedler
2011 - Krikkit, Simon Hill
2010 - Lithium, Tim Coughlin
Division 2 ChampionshipThe Division 2 Champion Trophy is awarded annually to the overall fleet champion boat in Division 2, based on combined performance in five of TCYC’s major annual races (New Years Day, Spring Tuneup, Passage Island Race, English Bay Scramble and Last Chance Regatta).
The trophy was inaugurated in 2010, replacing the Martin and Marion Vanderwood Trophy, Cruising Class.
2017 - Mast Transit, Phil DeGeller
2016 - Mast Transit, Phil DeGeller
2015 - Mast Transit, Phil DeGeller
2014 - Slingshot, Kevin Dempsey
2013 - Slingshot, Kevin Dempsey
2012 - Slingshot, Kevin Dempsey
2011 - Pinnacal, Ted Sharplin
2010 - Pinnacal, Ted Sharplin
Bill Wood Sailpast Trophy
The Bill Wood Sailpast Race Trophy is awarded each year to the boat that wins the annual TCYC sailpast race.
Bill Wood was a member of TCYC from 1981 until his death in 1990. He was an active racer in his Yamaha 33 “IOA NINJA”. Bill died in his West Vancouver home on sail past day, May 12, 1990. This trophy, a painting entitled “Windward Mark” by TCYC member Ian Tacy, has been given to the winning boat in the sail past fun race since 1991, in memory of a great guy with a great love of the fun and enjoyment to be had from our sport.
2017 - Slingshot - Kevin Dempsey
2016 - Aorangi - Andrei Vassilenko
2015 - Krikkit, Simon Hill
2014 - Broos, Bruce McClacherty
2013 - Windy Feat, Stephen Snell
2012 - Pinnical, Ted Sharplin
2011 - Raven, Ian Lloyd
2010 - Urban Daisy
2009 - Urban Daisy
2008 - Broos
2007 - Broos
2006 - Urbanwell
2005 - Senza
2004 - Makai
2003 - Lodestar
2002 - Urban Well
2001 - Prime Interest
2000 - Sassy
1999 - Broos
1998 - Broos
1997 - Sunspot
1996 - Wildfire
1995 - Broos (flying sails) and Brandy (No Flying Sails)
1994 - Broos
1993 - Sanook
1992 - Broos
1991 - Harwar
English Bay Scramble Valhalla Cup
The Valhalla Cup is awarded annually to the fastest boat overall in the Tiddly Cove English Bay Scramble.
2017 - Moistened Bint, John Leyland
2016 - 65 Red Roses, Bruce Chan
2015 - Fortissimo, Chris Ladd
2014 - BlowOut, Ian Dube
2013 - Rhumbline, Martina Sonderhoff
2012 - Marhenurh 4, Richard Wealick
2011 - Salty Trowsers, Matt Wagstaff
2010 - Fortissimo, Chris Ladd
2009 - Blade Runner, Bruce Maxwell
2008 - Absolute Kaos, Reigh North
2007 - Broos, Bruce McClacherty/J.Roos
2006 - Phantom, Andre Wojcieszek
Log Boom Award
The Log Boom Award was conceived as a reward for not quite succeeding. This is as opposed to all other trophies presented in Tiddly Cove, which are for winning.
The Log Boom Award was named and initially presented for the all-too-common action which occurs when rafting to a log boom: falling off the boom.
The Log Boom Award was never intended to single out individuals for their unfortunate incidents, but rather to inject a little humour into sailing and racing, which at times is taken far too seriously. In this tone, very few rules are required to adminster the awarding and upkeep of this trophy:
The non-rules are:
- The trophy is to be awarded for a humorous event or series of events, or otherwise, which generally ends happily.
- A club member may only win this trophy once.
- The newest winner(s) must attach a suitable memento of their mishap to the Log Boom Trophy.
- As a further reward, the current recipient has the following year to observe and select the new winner from the foibles of many of TCYC members.
To protect the innocent (or is that the guilty) names of past winners will not be printed.