Connecting with people who love being on the water and who generously share tips about best anchorages and marinas, where to fish or set a crab trap, tell (tall) tales of past escapades and future cruises.
Sharing marine education and knowledge, boat safety, maintenance and best practices with each other.
Technical support from those who’ve been there, done that and have solutions for (almost) every problem.
The security and confidence that comes from cruising with others, knowing that you are led and supported by knowledgeable seafarers.
Sharing other interests by joining our walking group, the book club, the Ancient Mariners coffee group, men’s and ladies’ “bike cruises.”
Learning about adventures on other waters presented through our Armchair Travel nights.
Close links with Canadian Power (and Sail) Squadron, access to their online and in-person navigation courses.
Even if you don’t (currently) own a boat, we have something for you…rather three somethings…three sailboats for use by our club boat members. Here you will find a cohort of sailors eager to get out on the waters, perhaps even participate in the SCYC Sunday sailing races.
If you want to participate in determining the future of our club, you can volunteer for a Board position; otherwise, volunteers are always welcome to make our social and events welcoming and fun.
“Access expert technical support when you need help. We have many experienced boaters who can help with mechanical, technical or navigation challenges. Priceless—and there when you need it.