|VICE COMMODORE OPERATIONS||John Thompson|
|VICE COMMODORE HOUSE||David Bruce|
|VICE COMMODORE FLEET||Keith Quigley|
|LEARN TO SAIL||Donna Genge|
|LONG RANGE PLANNING||Michael Edwards|
|PUBLIC RELATIONS||Carol Hepburn|
|DIRECTOR AT LARGE/CRUISING||Paul Kocsis|
|PAST COMMODORE||Robert MacLachlan|
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|CLUB GENERAL MANAGER||Ed McIlroy||(905) 468-3966|
|YARD SUPERVISOR||Andrew Robson||(905) 468-4355|
|OFFICE||Barb Wells||(905) 468-3966|
Hours of Operation
|Monday – Friday||9:00 am – 5:00 pm|
|GASDOCK – CLOSED|
|July 1st – September 2nd|
|Monday – Sunday||9:00 am – 7:00 pm|
|Labour Day – September 30th|
|Monday – Sunday||9:00 am – 5:00 pm|
|October 1st – 31st|
|Monday – Sunday||9:00 am – 4:00 pm|
WELCOME MEMBERS & VISITORS **DUE TO HIGH WATER WE ARE NOT ACCEPTING VISITORS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE**
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.
NOTL Sailing Club FAQs
Reservations are recommended not required. After we have fulfilled our reservations, First come, First Serve.
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!
Although you cannot make a Reservation, space may come available if any of our members should leave.
We have 30amp service with one(1) 30amp outlet per boat.
We do not have hourly dockage.
It is less than 2 knots.
RACING AT THE CLUB
LEARN TO SAIL
CANSail Youth Summer Sailing Courses
CANSail is the national standard for Learn to Sail Programs in Canada. CANSail provides the curriculum and evaluative criteria that the NOLSC Learn to Sail Program implements into its daily sailing school operations. To learn more about the CANSail levels offered at NOLSC and identify which level is appropriate for your child see below.
New sailors begin in CANSail 1. CANSail 1 and 2 is the introductory stage where students learn the basics of sailing including theory, boat handling, rigging, terminology, team work, and safety.
CANSail 3 and 4 is the intermediate stage where students learn more advanced sailing skills. Here they learn on more advanced boats, which are much less forgiving, but a lot more fun! Students will also learn about the technical and best practices of sailing and in CANSail 4 be introduced to spinnaker flying.
Is the most advanced sailing levels offered at NOLSC. Once students have progressed through CANSail 1-4, CANSail 5 and 6 teach students advanced boat handling and racing. Participants learn precise race tactics, and learn how to perfect every aspect of their skill.
CONTACT NOTL SAILING CLUB
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. Near the NOTL 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.