High Water Levels

Currently there are very high water levels affecting many clubs in Ontario.  This has caused a lot of docks to be covered with water.  Due to the potential hazards caused by this condition, many of our member clubs are unable to accommodate visiting boats at this time.  They are asking that you reach out to your membership and let your members know.

Below is a current list of our member clubs that have reached out with the status of their facilities.

Please contact each club for updates on their status.

 

CLOSED TO VISITORS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

Bronte Harbour Yacht Club – closed to visitors until further notice.

Island Yacht Club (Toronto) – closed to visitors until further notice.

Niagara-on-the-Lake Sailing Club – closed to visitors until further notice.

Royal Canadian Yacht Club – closed to visitors (except in an emergency) until further notice.

Royal Hamilton Yacht Club – closed to visitors until floating docks are completed. No power or water.

Toronto Sailing & Canoe Club – closed to visitors until further notice.

 

OPEN TO VISITORS

Aquatic Park Sailing Club – now open to visitors with reciprocal privileges.

Ashbridge’s Bay Yacht Club – now open to visiting reciprocal club boats. Power has been restored to all docks.  Gas and pumpout services are open.

Bay of Quinte Yacht Club – now operational and accepting visitors. No hydro or water though.

Bluffer’s Park Yacht Club – now open to visitors. No power on the docks.

Boulevard Club – now open to visitors … reciprocals welcome until October 15th when season ends.

Burlington Sailing & Boating Club / LaSalle Park Marina – floating docks with power and pump out.

Cathedral Bluffs Yacht Club – now open to visitors.  Precaution – care is needed while docking because of the high water level.

Cobourg Yacht Club – Cobourg Marina is open for visitors. There is now power to some of their docks.

Dalhousie Yacht Club – now fully open to visitors, fuel and pump out.

Etobicoke Yacht Club – open to reciprocals.

Fairport Yacht Club – open for visitors with full facilities.

Fifty Point Yacht Club – now open to visitors.

Frenchman’s Bay Yacht Club – have floating docks so none are under water – power has been restored to all docks.

Harbour City Yacht Club – now open for visitors.

Highland Yacht Club – now open to visitors. Docks are now above water and power has been restored to their docks.  They advise caution as the water remains very high relative to their dock surfaces.

Lakeshore Yacht Club – have floating docks and power to them.

National Yacht Club – have floating docks so none are under water – extreme caution is advised when accessing NYC due to the breakwalls being awash … visitors are advised to avoid the club when strong southwest winds are forecast due to their exposed position.

Oakville Club – open to visitors.

Oakville Power Boat Club – now open however only taking visitors with advanced reservations.  Gas is open.

Oakville Yacht Squadron – now open to visitors however moorings on their fixed dock are still awkward to access over the bow.  Their floating dock and visitors’ dock are fully accessible.

Port Credit Yacht Club – have floating docks and power to them. Wall mooring not available.

Queen City Yacht Club – now open to visiting boats from reciprocal clubs. Restaurant & bar are in operation. Please wear shoes on club property. Call on channel 68 when nearing lagoon entrance to receive mooring assignment. Reciprocal visitors use moorings of members who have temporarily vacated them. The club does not take reservations.

Scarborough Bluffs Sailing Club – have now returned to normal operations.

Whitby Yacht Club – all facilities are now available and the Club has returned to normal operations.

 

If you would like to add your club to one of the lists, please send an email to info@ontariosailing.ca

More updates can be found on the Lake Ontario Club Cruising Association (LOCCA) website at http://locca.org/ under the “Member Club News.”

 




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