Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, information for visitors visiting clubs during the 2021 season are listed below. The chart will be updated as we receive notifications from our member clubs. Updates can be sent to email@example.com.
PLEASE NOTE THAT THE CHART BELOW MAY NOT INDICATE EACH CLUB’S CURRENT STATUS.
THE INFORMATION IS ONLY AS CURRENT AS THE ‘UPDATED’ DATE.
CONTACT WITH THE CLUBS IS IMPERATIVE BEFORE VISITING!
Click on the name of the club below to be taken to each club’s website.
|UPDATED (2021)||MEMBER CLUB (ALPHABETICAL)||OPEN / CLOSED TO VISITORS||IMPORTANT INFORMATION|
|Updated August 16, 2021||Alexandra Yacht Club||Open to Reciprocal Visitors.||The Alexandra Yacht Club is now open to visitors from reciprocal Canadian Clubs. In order to control numbers, advance notice is required. In addition to proof of membership, we ask that all visitors sign a COVID-19 waiver, provide proof of fully vaccinated status and comply with all current COVID-19 regulations while on site. For further information as well as slip availability, please contact Rear Commodore, Geoff Gurr, at firstname.lastname@example.org.|
|Updated July 5, 2021||Ashbridge’s Bay Yacht Club||Open to Reciprocal Visitors.||Mandatory reservations, no later than noon the day before arrival, and mandatory check-in on arrival. Our staff will confirm your reservation and slip assignment within 24 business hours. Do not make your way to ABYC without a confirmed reservation. Please visit the ABYC Visitor Reservation Page for more information.|
|Updated July 12, 2021||Bay of Quinte Yacht Club||Open to Reciprocal Visitors.||
BQYC’s visitor dock officially opened on June 21, 2021. BQYC has a perpetual reciprocal policy. Members of reciprocating clubs are invited to stay at BQYC on a “first-come – first served” basis. We have space for 5 boats at our visitor dock. We are unable to accept reservations. Visitors can register with the Club’s bar staff and will be asked to present their current membership card. Our reciprocal policy is first night at $1.15 per foot (+ tax) for each “first night” at this rate. A second consecutive night is free and is subject to availability of dock space. Visitors may stay at the club dock for up to 3 consecutive nights and up to 6 total nights in a season. Visit https://bqyc.ca for more information about our Club or call 613-966-5931 (phone only answered during Club hours).
|Updated June 23, 2021||Bluffers Park Yacht Club||Closed to Visitors at this time.||BPYC reciprocal visitor privileges will resume when Ontario enters Step 2 of the Ontario Road Map to Reopening. BPYC will only be accepting vessels from reciprocal clubs that are currently open to accepting reciprocal club visitors in return. Slips are available on a 1st come,1st serve basis. Reciprocal slips are assigned based on availability and we do not accept reservations. Upon arrival, all visitors must sign in and also complete the COVID online screening form. A QR code is available for scanning at the check-in station. Please visit the BPYC website for more information, including full details on COVID protocols, which must be followed by all visitors.|
|July 14, 2021||Bronte Harbour Yacht Club||Open to Visitors.||BHYC is open to visitors in 2021 for reciprocal clubs that are open and offer the same privileges to BHYC members. There are only 2 regular slips available on a first come first serve basis and the maximum vessel length is 34 feet. Bronte creek depth varies and we recommend against visitors with a draft in excess of 6 feet. Visitors must submit a reciprocal docking request by 12 noon the day prior to their arrival. For more information and to submit a docking request, please visit the BHYC website at https://bhyc.on.ca/|
|Updated July 15, 2021||Cathedral Bluffs Yacht Club||Open to Visitors.||Reciprocal Visitors – Our traditional rules will apply, visitors must comply with all COVID restrictions and protocols. Visitors must complete the CBYC Visitors COVID-19 form. Visitors must belong to a yacht club that is open to reciprocal visitors from CBYC members. Visitors will be accommodated on the restaurant wall, and available slips, they may use the visitor’s gazebo, club house and restaurant. They may not use the dock gazebos. Do not make your way to CBYC without a confirmed reservation. Please visit the CBYC website at https://cbyc.ca/ for more information.
Club Cruises / Reciprocal Cruises – Numbers limited to slip availability.
|July 19, 2021||Cedar Island Yacht Club||Open to Visitors.||Click on this link to access reciprocal policy.|
|June 14, 2021||CFB Kingston Yacht Club||Open to Visitors with Restrictions.||CFBKYC has a perpetual reciprocal policy with recognised yacht clubs. Please use the first mooring ball (white) past the breakwater. The OOD (1600h-2000h) will come by to check you in. First come first serve basis, we are unable to take reservations. Deadman Bay is exposed to south west wind and for our infrastructure safety, boats in excess of 35ft cannot be accommodated. All our docks are out-of-bound to reciprocals and there are no services offered. Visitors from reciprocal clubs will be accommodated for two nights maximum , within a 30-day period, at no charge. Serving CAF members from other Bases or Wings will be accorded the same status as reciprocal visitors. A valid NDI 20 is required. Visit CFBKYC.COM for more info.|
|July 12, 2021||Cobourg Yacht Club||Open to Reciprocal Visitors.||The Cobourg Yacht Club does not own its own docks and has relied on a partnership with the Town of Cobourg’s Marina to provide reciprocal dockage in the past. The Town has unilaterally withdrawn from this arrangement leaving our small club unable to provide reciprocal docks to visitors from other clubs. We do, however, have a restaurant facility and, to provide some hospitality for visitors, we have introduced the arrangement described in the CYC – Reciprocal Agreement – 2021. We hope that your club and its members find this offer sufficiently attractive that we may continue in our reciprocal arrangement with you.|
|July 23, 2021||Dalhousie Yacht Club||Open to Visitors.||Visitor information can be found on our website at https://www.dalhousieyachtclub.com/slip-reservations. Please observe all provincial requirements for social distancing, and mask-wearing if you cannot maintain that distance. Upon arrival, we ask that all visitors report to our Harbour Office on the east side of the channel, south of our clubhouse. All visitors will be asked to present their club membership. We also monitor Channel 68 and the Harbour Office can be reached at 905-934-8325 ext. 24. Once you arrive, please scan the QR code to fill out the Covid-19 Screening form. It can be found at the gas dock or on any of the gates on the docks. This information is for COVID-19 contact tracing purposes only. You can always complete the form prior to your visit using the link at https://forms.office.com/r/juvA5ivJP9 The Sunset Patio is open for dining Thursdays – Sundays 4 – 8. Check our DYC website for any updates regarding extended hours, events and specials. Take out, or patio / dockside dining is available. Our showers and washrooms are open.|
|Updated July 2, 2021||Etobicoke Yacht Club||Open to Reciprocal Visitors.||Please contact the club before visiting at 416-259-1159 or email@example.com. Some facilities and amenities remain closed due to COVID-19. Any groups must be smaller than the public health limits for gatherings.|
|Updated July 12, 2021||Fairport Yacht Club||Open to Visitors with conditions.||Fairport Yacht Club is open to visitors with conditions. Fairport Yacht Club will accept reciprocal visits at their outer check in docks and any available Member slips. First come, first served. No reservations will be taken. TWO night limit for Reciprocals. Self check in clipboard is in the Bar Fridge by the BBQ with available slip list. Our COVID rules are attached to each sign in form for you to detach, retain and abide by. One Gate fob per vessel ONLY. We regret that we can only accept reciprocal visits from LOCCA Clubs that are currently accepting Visitors. Find any FYC Member if you need any other help. If your club is closed to visitors per the LOCCA list, you may be asked to leave.|
|June 25, 2021||Fifty Point Yacht Club||Open to Visitors effective July 1, 2021.||For more information, visit the FPYC website at http://www.fpyc.ca/|
|Updated July 15, 2021||Harbour City Yacht Club||Open to Reciprocal Visitors effective July 20, 2021||HCYC will be open for reciprocals July 20, 2021 by reservation by contacting Penny at 416-420-0967. Click Here for HCYC’s reciprocal policy. Contact Penny at 416-420-0967 for more information.|
|June 11, 2021||Highland Yacht Club||Open to Visitors||HYC will only be accepting vessels from reciprocal clubs that are currently open to accepting reciprocal club visitors in return. Slips are available on a 1st come 1st serve basis. Upon arrival, all visitors must check in to HYC using the Visitors Check-in & COVID Screening form. There is a QR code to scan posted on the power station at each of our visitor docks as well as both entrances to the clubhouse. Please see links below for complete information:
Current Status – a cohesive list of the availability of all club facilities based on current government regulations, and HYC’s policies.
Visitor information page – All the information visiting vessel’s need to come visit HYC.
|June 14, 2021||Island Yacht Club||Open for Reciprocal Visitors.||IYC is accepting visitors. Visitor information can be found on our website at https://iyc.ca/. It is preferred that visitors’ requests are received a minimum of 24 hours prior to your intended visit.|
|July 12, 2021||Kingston Yacht Club||Open for Visitors.||KYC is slowly opening up our facilities and services as allowed by provincial regulations. Our outdoor patio is open for tables of six and take out is available for eating on board. Our water levels are low but we are accepting visitors when space is available. Visitor information can be found at https://kingstonyachtclub.ca/visiting-kyc. COVID protocols can be found at https://kingstonyachtclub.ca/covid19|
|June 30, 2021||Lakeshore Yacht Club||Open for Reciprocal Visitors.||LSYC is accepting visitors from reciprocal clubs on a first-come, first-served basis; we are unable to manage reservations at this time. Arriving vessels should proceed to the Visitor dock along the north-west wall of the basin to await the Officer of the Day (OD). The Club’s OD program runs from 6:00pm to 9:00pm seven days a week. The OD’s duties include monitoring VHF Channel 68, answering the phone and assigning an overnight slip, if available, for vessels at the Visitors dock. LSYC has prior arrangements for the reciprocal cruises listed below. Please note that on these weekends, the Club may be unable to accommodate any other visitors – BHYC (July 17, 18, 19), BPYC (July 23, 24, 25), NYC (August 21, 22), Oakville Club (August 28, 29), DYC (September 17, 18). Details of the Club’s current COVID-19 protocols and any restrictions on the use of Club amenities will be provided by the OD, but until further notice, the Clubhouse is off-limits apart from the washrooms and showers, and there are capacity limits in place for the patio.|
|June 18, 2021||Mimico Cruising Club||Open for Visitors.||For rules regarding visitation, CLICK HERE. Twenty-four (24) hours notice is preferred. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for booking. Please contact email@example.com for questions (not booking). Phone: 416-252-7737|
|June 8, 2021||National Yacht Club||Open to Visitors.||NYC is open to visitors from within Canada. First night free, $1.75/ft. per consecutive night thereafter. Max 5 nights per season. No reservations. Call on VHF 68 day of visit to check availability. Visit OOD Station upon arrival. Must be free of COVID-19 symptoms and follow rules for masks and COVID-19 check-in. CLICK HERE for exact specifications. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 416-260-8686.|
|June 9, 2021||Newport Yacht Club – Stoney Creek||Closed to Visitors.||For information, please contact Zena Thomas, Commodore, email@example.com, 289-253-7761|
|July 2, 2021||Niagara-on-the-Lake Sailing Club||Open to Visitors.||Niagara-on-the-Lake Sailing Club is now open and accepting visitors in accordance with Ontario Provincial and Regional regulations and guidelines. Reservations for the 2021 sailing season will be accepted beginning July 5, 2021. Included in the reservation request form is our COVID-19 Policies and Code of Conduct as well as Visiting Boater Acknowledgment Waiver and Agreement. Our reservation availability calendar will be current and up to date. Please check our website at www.niagaraonthelakesailingclub.com|
|Updated June 22, 2021||Oakville Power Boat Club||Open to Visitors.||OPBC is pleased to announce that they are accepting visiting boats. Their club is full of boats this year so please call ahead 905-844-3607 to ensure that they have an open dock for you. Charges are as follows: 1) $2.00 a foot for all visiting boats. 2) For members of reciprocal clubs, it’s $2.00 a foot, with the second night free. 3) For members of Dock Links, a 35% reduction in charges.
All visiting boaters will have access to their clubhouse and new dockhouse (with washroom, shower and laundry facilities). Please note that all visiting boaters will have to follow the existing OPBC member rules and COVID rules that are in place at the time. Please go to www.oakvillepowerboatclub.com for up-to-date rules, or request them at the time of booking.
|June 10, 2021||Oakville Yacht Squadron||Open to Visitors at this time.||OYS is open to visitors in 2021 for reciprocal clubs that are open and offer the same privileges to OYS members. Visitors must submit a reciprocal docking request by 12 noon the day prior to their arrival. OYS is not accepting docking requests by phone at this time. For more information and to submit a docking request, please visit the OYS website at http://www.oysqn.com/cruising/cruisingtooys/|
|Updated June 28, 2021||Port Credit Yacht Club||Closed to Visitors until June 30, 2021.||To our Reciprocal Club Visitors by Water: We are happy to announce that starting June 30, 2021 we will be accepting a limited number of reciprocal club visitors by water. Slip requests can only be accepted 48 hours in advance of your planned arrival. Please go to https://pcyc.net/visiting-yacht-registration and once you submit your registration form, we will email your slip #, if a slip is available. Currently the club is under renovation and some services are limited. Due to COVID restrictions the pool is for members’ use only. Once you arrive, please scan the QR code located at the Q&R dock information boards or the Dock Office. This information is for COVID-19 contact tracing purposes only.|
|Updated June 18, 2021||Queen City Yacht Club||Closed to Visitors until July 2 (at latest).||QCYC will start accepting visiting yachts from reciprocal yacht clubs when the City of Toronto is in the Government of Ontario’s Reopening Step 2 or Friday, July 2, 2021, whichever is later. This assumes that QCYC has space for the specific visiting yacht. Any COVID-19 restrictions and procedures that apply to QCYC members will apply to the crews of visiting yachts.|
|June 22, 2021||Thousand Islands Yacht Club||Open to Visitors.||The Thousand Islands Yacht Club (TIYC) at the IMS Marina in Iroquois, Ontario is open for reciprocal visitors from other clubs, whether or not their home club is currently open. Please observe all provincial requirements for social distancing, and mask-wearing if you cannot maintain that distance. Please wear a mask when indoors at the office or bathrooms. One person at a time in each of the bathrooms. The BBQ hut is not presently open. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.|
|July 8, 2021||Toronto Hydroplane & Sailing Club||Open to Reciprocal Visitors.||Mandatory reservations, no later than two days before arrival. Send email with your name, boat name, boat size and number on board to
email@example.com for further info. TH&SC will only be accepting vessels from reciprocal clubs that are currently open to accepting reciprocal club visitors in return. Adherence to the club’s COVID code of conduct will be required. Normal 2 days free. Please do not stay more than 2 days at this time. Our Officer of the Day will be available Friday afternoons, Saturdays and Sundays. Washrooms are open but no club house, showers or BBQs.
Our cruising director will confirm your reservation and slip assignment within 24 business hours. Do NOT make your way to TH&SC without a confirmed reservation.
|Updated July 14, 2021||Trident Yacht Club||Open to Visitors.||
TYC is accepting visitors from reciprocal clubs that are currently open to accepting reciprocal club visitors in return on a first-come, first-served basis. Adherence to the club’s COVID code of conduct and contact tracing form will be required. Some amenities are unavailable due to pandemic restrictions. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 613-382-2771 for details in advance as slip availability is limited.
|June 21, 2021||Whitby Yacht Club||Open to Visitors and Reciprocal Visits.||WYC currently has all Covid-19 precautions in place to follow the Government of Ontario’s public health requirements. A kind reminder to please book 48 hours in advance to ensure docking space is available – especially for boats exceeding 35 feet or drafts exceeding 6 feet. Upon arrival, we ask that all visitors report to the visitor’s dock located directly north of the clubhouse and report to the Officer of the Day who will assign you a dock. All visitors will be asked to present their club membership card and sign our visitor book in the clubhouse. We also monitor Channel 68 and will do our best to assist you through that method.|