|Waterfront and Moorings|
We manage a large field containing about 43 moorings that are both member-owned and club-owned. Our Mooring Grid (May 2012) is here. For information about the mooring field contact Suther Yuill, Vice-Commodore (Waterfront)
Annual and monthly rentals (you must also be a regular member in good-standing) are available by contacting Suther Yuill, Vice-Commodore (Waterfront).
In season, contact the club to inquire about the availability of visitor short-stay moorings.
To rent a mooring, use one of these forms:
Mooring Rental Rates for 2013 (excluding HST)
*Regular Member's only
**The monthly fee or any number of days can be pre-paid to provide priority access to an available mooring in the event of a named storm or on ad hoc days up to the number of days pre-paid. There is no refund of un-used days at the end of the season. This option is made available mainly for marina renters who need access to a mooring in the event of a storm (when the marina is vacated) or, for example, for those who wish to put their boat on a mooring when out of town. Bookings are to be made using the short term rental form.
Main Load/Unload Wharf
We have a large sheltered T-shaped floating dock. The face of the wharf is about 50 feet long and is for loading or unloading and short term member boat maintenance. Please do not leave boats unattended there. Power and water is available on this wharf. The rest of the wharf is used to dock the club's large skiff and the fleet of Junior Sail coach boats.
Member-owned tenders, serving boats in the mooring field, are to be tied up on the north and east side walkways of the floating marina.
Boat Launch Ramp
We have a concrete boat launch ramp, just to the right of the main dock, that makes it easy and safe to launch trailer-transported boats. The rates are below: