We are a non-profit, member-run sailing & paddling club located on Toronto's Humber Bay, accessed just off Lakeshore Blvd. Nestled on a two acre site we offer quick access to paddlers and sailors who want to be on the water quickly. We are sheltered behind a break wall with our neighbours, the Boulevard Club to the west and the Argonauts Rowing Club to the east. Keel boats have a choice of moorings on the break wall, or swing moorings. Serious keel boat racers may dry sail their boats. Dinghies are stored on land and launched from dollies. Canoe, kayak and outrigger members have convenient racks for their crafts. Dragon boat and OC6 teams also practice out of TS&CC, as well as some classes of the provincial and national sailing teams.
The facilities include a club house with hot showers, bar and grill, fireplace and dance floor. Members may rent it for private functions. A waterside patio is a peaceful place to enjoy a picnic or watch the sunset.
Our bar & grill is open on race nights, Tuesday & Thursday, and the bar is also open on weekends and most evenings (during sailing season only). Members are welcome to bring down picnic dinners, or use our BBQs when the grill is closed. The club house has lounge, fireplace and dance floor and is available for members to rent for up to 70 people.
As TS&CC is a volunteer club most membership types require a contribution of either 8 or 20 work hours per year. Use your gardening, carpentry, IT or administrative skills to complete your work hours.
Tuesday and Thursday night are race nights with a number of dinghies and keel boats regularly participating. On Thursday nights we race with Boulevard Club members. Annually we host the Canadian Olympic Classes (aka Ice Breaker) Regatta. The Wayfarer association regularly holds it provincial or national competitions at our location, and there is a dedicated Wayfarer fleet in residence.
Seminars are held throughout the year - anything from Harbour License certification to small engine maintenance.
Members may park free (with a parking sticker) at the adjacent city lot although the club is just off the Martin Goodman trail and is an easy bike ride from High Park, Parkdale, and Harbourfront. (See the map here.)