RCYC Staybillety


July 23, 2018

The Royal Canadian Yacht Club is saying #ComeOnIn! The sailing club, through Sail Canada, is partnered with StayBillety to assist sailors and fans with housing for the 2018 Sail Canada Youth Sailing Championships which is taking place from August 24th-31st, in Toronto.

The downtown Toronto sailing and sports community is asked to share extra space through the online accommodation service, and welcome regatta participants and officials.

Felicity Rodness, 2018 Sail Canada Youth Championships Regatta Chair, says “StayBillety gives sailors and their families another housing option for our regatta. It’s a unique way to connect our local community with our participants. StayBillety Hosts will help us welcome visitors to Toronto in 2018.”

“Accommodation costs in downtown Toronto are a major barrier to participation in events. StayBillety helps competitors and their families ease the expense of traveling for this Sail Canada national championship,” says StayBillety Founder/CEO Barbara Jones.

StayBillety is available throughout North America. The Canadian start-up is the Official Online Accommodation Service of Sail Canada. Additional StayBillety partners include Ryerson University, Surf Canada, Canoe Kayak Canada, Canada Snowboard, Slo-Pitch National and other groups and organizations, colleges and universities.

Be a host, book accommodations and find out more about the Championships by clicking on these links! When booking, sailors and fans are asked to use the Sail Canada affiliate code: SAILCAN

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