If coming by transit, take the 504 King St. streetcar, either from the Dundas West subway station in the west end or from downtown. Get off at Dowling Ave. and walk on the west side, south to Lakeshore Blvd.  Cross Lakeshore at the pedestrian activated traffic lights on your right.  Just to your left is Net Drive which takes you past the public tennis courts, down to the main TSCC entrance.

Our address and phone number are:
1391 Lake Shore Blvd West
Toronto, Ontario
M6K 3C1
416) 531-0403 or (416) 533-5907 (voice mailbox)

Derek Griffiths is our club manager.

TSCC Location


The club is located on 3 acres of land on Lake Ontario. We have storage room for approximately:
- 85 boats on moorings;
- 20 dry-sailed keel boats (crane launched);
- 175 dry-sailed dinghies (ramp launched);
- 80 canoes.

We maintain a fleet of sailboats for use by our sailing school and three sailing dinghies (Wayfarers) for use by our Fleet members. We maintain a number of club powerboats and runabouts used for operating club races, our sailing school, regattas and other events and as water taxis to and from the moorings. We provide pump-out facilities and showers.

Arriving By Water

Depth of water at our docks can be less than six feet during low seasons. We recommend that visiting boats contact the club before visiting if draft is a concern (Club 416- 531-0403 Office 416-533-5907). The club monitors VHF channel 72.

For safety reasons, TS&CC can not permit unattended boats to be left at the docks overnight.


Our clubhouse stands just inside the club entrance at the water's edge. Like most of our club, the clubhouse is sheltered from sight and sound of the city by a hill rising behind and to the east. Members and guests enjoy a great view of the lake and can leave their city cares behind.

Our waterside patio is the focal point of summer social activities. Dinner on the patio is a club highlight. The main lounge holds 100 people comfortably. A bar serves the main lounge as well as a smaller members' bar. The main lounge has a fireplace and a piano.

The club kitchen caters to race nights, regattas and special events. Our professional chef is also in demand to cater events outside the club.

Club washroom facilities are scaled to handle large events and include hot showers and changing rooms.
The clubhouse also contains administrative offices and a boardroom.

The Vanguard shed at the west end of the dinghy storage area provides lockers and other equipment storage.

House Rules

House Rules have been approved by fleet captains and team leaders for the harmonious use of the club facilities by members and guests. The House Rules in PDF format are attached.

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