Kingston Yacht Club

Kingston Yacht Club (KYC) is a private yacht club based in Kingston, Ontario. The objectives of the club are to encourage the building and sailing of yachts, skiffs and canoes; motor boating; rowing; canoeing and all aquatic and other sports among amateurs.

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