Welcome to the Toronto Sailing & Canoe Club. We are a non-profit, volunteer-run club located right on Lake Ontario in Toronto's Humber Bay. Founded in 1880, the club offers racing, cruising, sailing instruction, recreational paddling and children's sailing camps. Moor your boat, drysail it, or sail one of our fleet boats. Dragon boat and outrigger teams are resident as well.
TS&CC is an inexpensive, fun sailing and paddling club.
TS&CC Celestial Navigation Workshop - Dec. 9 & 10
Kurt Wege, a certified Celestial Navigation Instructor with years of classroom experience and strong on the water sailing and navigating expertise, will be leading a two day workshop for those interested in expanding their sailing skills!
When and Where? December 9 & 10 9:00am - 5:00pm in the TS&CC Clubhouse
Cost and Registration: $150.00 + GST = $169.50 Please use this link to Register.
Description of Workshop:
To get a basic understanding of Celestial Navigation through history, theory and practical application of real sights and sight reductions, focusing on sun sights, through worksheets and plotting – to determine a position or fix using celestial bodies.
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TS&CC Merchandise goes Digital!
TSCC Merchandise has gone digital!
If you’d like to order hats, shirts, burgees or jackets with the TSCC logo, you can now do so online. You can browse photos and order from that page. You can also find merchandise on display in the front hallway of the clubhouse.
Once the item is ready you will be notified via email and the merchandise you ordered will be available to pick up at the club.
Looking forward to seeing a lot more TSCC gear around the club this year!
Would you like to sail this summer, but you don’t own your own boat? If you have previous sailing experience you may qualify to join our club as a Fleet Member, which allows you to sail our club-owned boats all summer for one affordable fee! Find more information on our Fleet Membership here.
The Toronto Sailing & Canoe Club is proud to have the
Ontario Trillium Foundation as a funding partner.