A New face at the Club The next
time you're at the club, take a moment to welcome our new Bar Manager
- Taylor Wilkins.
Taylor brings many years of experience and he's brimming with new ideas
to better serve our membership and guests.
Many thanks to Ian & Jerry for organizing another very successful
Have you received the On-Line Waterlines by e-mail?
If not Please click here to send your correct e-mail address Thank you!
Bar service will end ½ hour before closing time.
Members must vacate the premises at closing time.
Burrard Yacht Club - Home
The Burrard Yacht Club is located
in beautiful North Vancouver, British Columbia.
It is an active club consisting of power and sailing vessels mainly 25
to 60 feet in length.
Approximately 300 members enjoy secure moorage, social activities, community
service, product discounts, vessel insurance policy, group boating activities,
and reciprocal moorage with other yacht clubs throughout the cruising
Feedback and Suggestions please contact the Webmaster.
West Vancouver Yacht Club
West Vancouver Yacht Club is known
for its great hospitality, convenient location, and excellent facilities.
The yacht club has over 700 members and owns a number of outstations along
the BC Coast.
A variety of activities are available to members including yacht racing,
learn to sail programs, coastal cruising, and year-round social events.
Please see Secret Cove Property as discussed in the Outstation Director's
October 2007 Foghorn report.
This item will be discussed at the coming October 16, 2007 Information
Should you have any questions please contact Outstation Director Eric
Nov 2: Pub Night: Mexican dinner followed by Phil Aldrich's Adventures
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WYC is a private club on the west
side of Lake Okanagan between the cities of Kelowna and Peachland in "Beautiful"
The club's well-sheltered moorage provides a convenient and safe harbour
for all sizes of vessels.
At the heart of the club is the M.V. Pendozi
a car ferry that once sailed between Kelowna and the Westside of Lake
Now lovingly refurbished, the old ferry is the heart of the club, and
a warm home-away-from-home to our more than 200 members.
It offers a pleasant place to meet, relax, quench your thirst and dine
The Club offers fully secured moorage facilities with berths for about
160 vessels as well as many other amenities.
S.Y.C - Summerland Yacht Club
Breakfasts are now being served
at the clubhouse on Saturday and Sunday between 11-12 for C$4.95.
Cost is $10.95 per person and includes steak, baked potato, Caesar salad
and garlic bread.
Every Sunday is Steak night unless otherwise noted.
Please reserve no later than 3:00 on the previous Saturday each week.
Lift Out is scheduled for October 20th at 8:00 am.
Just wanted to let you all know that we have put a garbage container at
the end of each dock for your convenience.
We ask that you please do not put any recyclables in these containers.
There are containers located in front of the gas tank for your bottles
Lets all try and make this work.
Sidney North Saanich Yacht Club - Sidney,
CALENDAR OF EVENTS SNSYC is your
Club, why go anywhere else?
Gulf Islands National Park Reserve will be undertaking Area Planning for
Sidney Spit and Portland Island (Princess Margaret) beginning in September
2007---we welcome your input and involvement.
RVYC - Home
Club member Glenn Wakefield is
attempting a solo, non-stop circumnavigation west about from Victoria,
making him the first sailor to attempt the voyage from North America.
Glenn will sail Kim Chow, his Phil Rhodes-designed Offshore 40' sloop
built by Cheoy Lee in Hong Kong in 1969.
An annual survey of the club membership is being initiated by the Long
Range Planning Committee.
The survey provides members with an opportunity to identify how they use
the club, what their interest are and how they feel the club is serving
The survey will close on October 25th so that we can discuss results and
analysis at the Open Forum on Long Range Planning.
Notice: Parks Canada announced that they have begun to develop plans for
two locations in the Gulf Islands National Park Reserve: Sidney Spit and
Portland Island, for which RVYC is Park Host.
These gems are in our local cruising waters; all cruising members are
urged to pay attention to this Parks Canada initiative.
Speaking of Portland Island, we are pleased to have a very high quality
trail map of the Island.
A low resolution image is shown below which links to the high resolution
map, suitable for printing (note: 1.6 Mbyte PDF).
LAST CLUB CRUISE OF THE SEASON!
RVYC is proud to be a leader in meeting new environmental regulations!
For information regarding the proposed National Marine Conservation Area
for the Gulf Islands and the proposed navigational aid changes for the
Oak Bay and Tsehum Harbour areas, click here.
Royal Vancouver Yacht Club
Notice is hereby given that the
Annual General Meeting for the Royal Vancouver Yacht Club will be held
at the Jericho Clubhouse at 3811 Point Grey Road, Vancouver BC, V6R 1B3
on Thursday, November 15, 2007 at 1900 hrs.
Executive Nominations for the Executive of 2007/2008 will open on Monday,
October 1 and will close at 2000 hrs on October 15.
September 30 Ben Remocker and his sailing partner Gordon Cook are officially
The 49er team secured Canada's berth in Cascais and just a few short weeks
ago beat out all other Canadian entries at the European Championships
to become the team to represent Canada at the 2008 Summer Olympics in
the 49er class.
Established in 1962 by a group
of boaters moored in the Richmond Marina area, the club was Chartered
March 8, 1963.
1965 saw a clubhouse built on leased land at Nor-Wes Marina.
Financing for the clubhouse was personally guaranteed by 11 members and
it was constructed by the members.
By 1970, the mortgage was paid off.
In 1975 land was leased from the Municipality of Richmond and the clubhouse
was moved to its current location.
Construction of the marina began in 1976, financed by debentures and in
1982 the original debentures were retired.
Located on the Middle Arm of the Fraser River, between the Dinsmore and
Moray Channel Bridges, the club is easily accessed from all areas of the
Richmond Yacht Club is family oriented with approximately 161 memberships
and was designed to be an active club to encourage boaters willing to
give a helping hand in the repairs, maintenance, and operation of their
Today's members include children of the original members, and grandchildren
cannot be far behind.
Prince Rupert Rowing and Yacht Club, British
Established in 1912, PRRYC is
one of the oldest Yacht Clubs in Canada.
We have the third deepest natural harbour in the world, and are BC's most
Prince Rupert is served by air, road and rail and has facilities for all
types of pleasure and commercial crafts.
This is your first port of entry heading south from Alaska and Canadian
Customs is open twenty-four hours a day for clearance.
Spend a few days here by taking in the sights and learning about the history
and culture of the area.
Visit the Museum of Northern British Columbia, explore the downtown and
quaint Cow Bay area.
Explore our beauttiful coastline or fish for our famous Spring "Tyee"
Salmon and enormous Halibut.
Stock up on necessary groceries, fuel, water and boat parts.
Enjoy taking in the "Northern" life that makes Prince Rupert
a special place.
The Port of Prince Rupert and the approaches are covered by Canadian Charts
3957, 3958 and 3955 or B.A. charts.
Prince Rupert Coast Guard Radio is VHF Channel 16.
Nanaimo Yacht Club
Established in 1931 to encourage
the sport of yachting, to foster seamanship and navigation, and to provide
and maintain a suitable clubhouse and moorage facilities for the use and
recreation of its members.
A historic maritime city located in central Vancouver Island, Nanaimo
is closely associated with the sea.
The Nanaimo Yacht Club is an integral part of this community, with approximately
750 members who enjoy benefits such as a modern clubhouse and first rate
By volunteering for administrative and maintenance positions, the members
have achieved a 1st class facility and very attractive rates.
The Nanaimo Yacht Club is clearly indicated on the Nanaimo Harbour chart
at the south end of Newcastle Channel and just north west of the main
It was a difficult process to cut out information from our original site,
but the overall design is simpler, cleaner, and more navigable.
A database of reciprocal yacht club website links, location and length
of stay free is now posted on the Yahoo groups NYC "members only"
To access the site you must first become a Yahoo member (free).
Then go to http://groups.yahoo.com/group/nanaimoyc/ to request to join.
The webmistress, Elaine Wade, will approve you (as long as you include
your real name somewhere!) and then you will have access to the site and
the reciprocal database.
We also plan to host member discussions, post meeting minutes, and anything
else you can think of that will be "members only" information.
Suggestions and/or comments would be welcomed by contacting the webmistress.
Maple Bay Yacht Club
Welcome to the Maple Bay Yacht
We have been located in Beautiful Maple Bay since 1925, and just celebrated
out 80th Anniversary a couple of years ago.
Our facilities include protected moorage for members and visiting boaters
with power and excellent water, a wonderful clubhouse for events with
licensed lounge, showers, washrooms and now wireless Internet access for
members and visiting boaters.
A large lawn with swing set, horseshoe pitch and barbecue pit leads up
to the clubhouse from the beach.
We are within walking or dinghy distance to stores, shipyards and restaurants.
Our club enjoys reciprocal privileges with most yacht clubs in the Pacific
We must maintain records of each visit to this outstation if we are to
continue having it in the future.
Moorage lists (Waiting, Wish and Sublets and Temps Lists) are now available
for online viewing in the password protected Members Area in the Moorage
Wireless Internet Access at the Club and Marina, read all about it and
what you need to use it!
We have been having a problem with a lack of parking for members using
the clubhouse due to cars left by people who are off cruising.
If you have a PC, keyboard and monitor that you don't know what to do
with, working or not and it is capable of running Windows XP, let the
Andreas the Webmaster know (click on the link and send me an email).
I will pick it up, clean it out (Guaranteed NO risk for you personal files,
I will wipe it totally clean!)
Situated in False Creek, right
downtown, the club offers moorage, cruises, a lounge, meeting rooms as
well as active cruising, racing and social programs.
Send mail to the webmaster with questions or comments about this web site.
Objectives of the Club Promote
participation in and the love of sailing and boating in a safe fun environment.
Provide facilities for the use and enjoyment of the members Provide training
and development in boating and navigation for members, and the youth of
our society Promote sportsmanship and excellence in competitive sailing.
While Eagle Harbour Yacht Club uses reasonable efforts to include accurate
and up-to-date information on this web site, it makes no representations
as to the accuracy, timeliness or completeness of that information, and
you should not rely upon it.
In using this web site, you agree that its information and services are
provided "as is, as available" without warranty, express or
implied, and that you use this site at your own risk.
Capital City Yacht Club
Our objectives are to encourage
the recreational sport of yachting, to foster boating skills and pilotage
and to provide yacht club facilities and activities for our members.
The Club will cooperate with and provide representation to recognized
yacht club organizations within the framework of the B.C. Council of Yacht
The Capital City Yacht Club has an extensive history dating back to early
World War II when the club was organized as a civil defense unit.
Over time the purpose and objectives of the Club have changed to meet
the needs of its members and the community it serves.
Today the Capital City Yacht Club is one of the premier yacht clubs on
south Vancouver Island providing facilities and activities for its 300
active and social members.
Capital City Yacht Club is located on the south east side of Blue Heron
Basin, which is on the west side of Tsehum Harbour, Sidney BC.
There is 100 feet of wharfage at the visitor's dock, as well as extra
moorage available during the summer when member slips are vacant.
There are sticks marking the channel to get to the yacht club.
Depths are near 5 feet at low tide.
(Note that this is not at zero tide, so depths may be even shallower!)
CBYC - Surrey - BC - Canada
We extend our condolences to long
time member Martin Hoffman on the loss of Cheech last week.
It's not too early to think of a great new design for your boat this Christmas
Start planning now and make sure your friends are available to join you
that evening for some CBYC Christmas magic.
Oscar is looking for some members to volunteer an hour or so a month to
be on the 2008 executive.
This is a great way to learn a little of how the club operates while giving
back some of your talent and ideas.
For those people who need to renew passports this year, a simplified procedure
will be in place August 15, Under the renewal program, most passport applicants
will only be required to submit the shorter form along with two new photos,
the application fee and their last passport.
This year the Coast Guard Auxiliary from Crescent Brach will hold their
fall dance on Saturday, October 27 again at the Star Of The Sea.
Continuing the tradition of getting the best rock 'n roll bands around,
this year the band is Chilliwack, one of Canada's best.
Labour Day weekend the club headed to Port Browning for August 31 through
For those of you who went to the lamb barbeque at Saturna Island, you
may have seen the Robertson II which found the north end of Minx Reef
at 2:00 AM Sunday morning.
Hey, does anybody have pictures from the BIG PICNIC?
Send me an email if you want a link to your journal added here on the
CBYC web site.