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About Us

OFFICE
COMMODORE Bruce Harper
VICE COMMODORE OPERATIONS Robert MacLachlan
VICE COMMODORE HOUSE Ron Critchley
VICE COMMODORE FLEET John Thompson
TREASURER Charlotte Urquhart
SECRETARY Peter Koslik
MEMBERSHIP David Bruce
LEARN TO SAIL David Rourke
SOCIAL / CRUISING Kathy Brown
LONG RANGE PLANNING David DeBoy
PUBLIC RELATIONS Donna Genge
DIRECTOR AT LARGE David Shantz
PAST COMMODORE Rick Corvino
STAFF
CLUB GENERAL MANAGER Ed McIlroy (905) 468-3966
YARD SUPERVISOR Greig Hunter (905) 468-4355
YARD Andrew Robson (905) 468-4355
OFFICE Barb Wells (905) 468-3966

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Location & Weather

OUR LOCATION
Latitude 43’15.76” North
Longiture 79’04.07” West
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Hours of Operation

Monday – Friday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
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June - Labour Day
Monday – Sunday 9:00 am – 7:00 pm
Labour Day - September 30
Monday – Sunday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
October 1 - 25
Monday – Sunday 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

NOTL Sailing Club Reservations

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Welcome Visitors

Nestled on the shores of the Niagara River, Niagara-on-the-Lake, often called the “prettiest town in Ontario”, has a long and distinguished history.
Once at the Niagara-on-the-Lake Sailing Club, you are an easy walk or ride to the numerous attractions of historic Niagara-on-the-Lake. Stroll back in time and enjoy world-class theatre at the Shaw Festival, fine dining, shopping, estate wineries, farm markets, the Apothecary Museum and other historical sites.
Take a leisurely bike ride down the scenic Niagara River towards Niagara Falls. A short walk from the Sailing Club is Fort George, a historic site and managed by Parks Canada. It brings history alive with the re-enactment of the garrison sights, sounds and smells on the eve of the War of 1812.
Niagara-on-the-Lake Sailing Club is a full-service facility offering Club Member Reciprocals.
Sailing Club Reservations
• Reservations are prepaid non-refundable
• Reservations guarantee accommodation *
• Inside dockage not guaranteed
• Please have confirmation # on arrival
• Reservations accepted via email or fax only - M-F 9am- 4pm
* Please check Availability Calendar as some dates are reserved
 
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FAQ
Q: Is the river current strong?
A: It is less than 2 knots.
Q: Do you have a place on your wall to tie up for a couple of hours?
A: We do not have hourly dockage.
Q: What AMP level service does NOTL Sailing Club offer?
A: We have 30amp service with one(1) 30amp outlet per boat.
Q: Can I make a Reservation even though the Availability Calendar is showing ‘No Availability’?
A: Although you cannot make a Reservation, space may come available if any of our members should leave.
Q: I understand it may be difficult to get into this Sailing Club.
A: We are the only Sailing Club in Niagara-on-the-Lake and must accommodate hundreds of boats per season. Book early, stay connected with us and we will do our best!
Q: We have always been able to get a spot; must I make a  Reservation?
A: Reservations are recommended not required. After we have fulfilled our reservations, First come, First Serve.

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Learn to Sail

Youth Learn to Sail

Monthly sessions in July and August aim at introducing children between the ages of 9 - 16 to the sport of sailing. Progressing through the CANSail level system students are introduced to fundamental and advanced sailing skills.

Adult Learn to Sail

Group Adult Learn to Sail sessions beginning May and running till September aim at getting you out on the water and evening lessons are a great way to experience sailing.
To register from Beginner Courses please click registration button below (minimum 2 required to run course). Intermediate and advanced sailors with Beginner pre-requisite contact the office (905) 468-3966 for options.

Previously enrolled in a sailing school?

Students that have previously been enrolled in a sailing school that implemented the CYA Traditional standard, please refer to the table to the left to identify which CANSail level to register for.
If you are unsure what level you are in, don't worry! Simply register for one of the sailing sessions online and our certified instructors will evaluate and put you in the correct level based on your ability.
Additional Information: To learn more about CANSail feel free to visit the CANSail website.
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Welcome to Niagara-on-the-Lake Sailing Club

2016 Mainsheet March

2016 Commodore’s Ball and Social Calendar – NOLSC Invades Green Turle – introducing NOLSC newest members – 2015 Racing Results – PDF DOWNLOAD PDF[...]

2015 Summer Edition

“BEYOND” Moonlight-Sunrise Cruise – Submitted by Dave and Karen Jones – Sailors Swap Meet – Going to the Dogs! BELLA – CHATHAM – TUCKER – Laurel’s[...]

2015 Spring Edition

Dream in Paradise – Summer Flotilla 2014 – Going to the Dogs! – FREDDIE – Boat Owner’s Obligations – Social Calendar for 2015 – Hawaiian Pig Roast –[...]

2014-2015 Winter Edition

NOLSC Members – Debbie & Ron Critchley – Red Stripe, made it into the Cruising Outpost – Cruising 2015 – 2014 NOTL Santa Parade – New Race Series Names and Junior[...]

2014 Fall Edition

Crew of Euphoria – 2014 Lake Ontario 300 – Cruise News – Cruising 2014 – OLSC Learn to Sail Report – September 2014 – Euphoria Places 5th at her Debut in the Lake[...]

2014 Summer Edition

Arriving Home! Peter and Louise Koslik’s New Boat “French Kiss” – Cruising 2014 – NOLSC Learn To Sail – Derby Dragon Regatta –   PDF DOWNLOAD PDF[...]

Member’s Lounge

We offer online Membership access. By Registering online members have Club information at their fingertips. Check the roster, keep up with latest updates to scheduled events, signup for cruises anytime and up-to-date Members profile & contact information. As an member of both CYA and OSA & the Niagara-On-The-Lake Sailing Club active racing community, you can also participate in weekly races, and many regattas.
Associate & Active / Joint Active Members enjoy even more opportunities to interact with other Members & Staff during the Sailing Season.
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