Programs that provide opportunities for people of all ages to learn to handle a sailboat, and participate in sailing activities. Included are programs for novices who are interested in recreational sailing and want to learn the basics of the sport (e.g., rigging, hoisting and trimming sails, tacking, jibbing and docking); and those for people who want to prepare for and participate in competitive sailing events.



Experience life aboard a Tall Ship and leave with memories and friends that will last a lifetime. Join one of two vessels the TS PLAYFAIR and STV PATHFINDER for a 3-14 day voyage sailing the Great Lakes.

A sailing program for individuals with a physical or developmental disability. Boats are specifically designed for use by people with disabilities.

A non-profit, co-operative, social-sailing club for adults in Hamilton. Boats, safety equipment, and volunteer instructors are supplied by the club. Social activities and events are hosted throughout the year. 

A non-profit, co-operative, social-sailing club for adults in Hamilton.

Offers a variety of summer camps that teach children how to sail and build skills in boat handling, safety, seamanship, and more. Waterfront Camp (ages 5-7) is for children to learn what it feels like to be on the water, and CANSail (ages 7-18) is a four-stage program that builds on skills in the

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