With over 80 boats, kayaks and boards, you're sure to find the right watercraft to match your needs!
Our club has 35 sailboats across 9 types, from single-handed Lasers to thrilling and fast F18 catamarans. Whether you are new to sailing or a seasoned racer, our fleet offers the right boats for you to enjoy the wind and water, or challenge your skills.
Kayaking can be relaxing on a no-wind day, or a workout. Paddling is a fantastic way to explore the shoreline of Vancouver and beyond, be it for a few hours or an overnight trip. Our club has 16 kayaks - singles, doubles, fiberglass, plastic - you're sure to find one that suits your needs.
Aiming to end up *in* the water more often? Want more hands-on control of your sail? Looking to challenge your balance? Windsurf it is for you then. Our club has 31 boards, from 225L stable beginner boards to 80L high-wind ones. and 19 rigged sails, plus 30 high-wind sails that you can take on a trip.More on windsurfers
| Minimum Crew
| Fleed Grounded
Wind Speed 1
|RS Quest||Beginner 2||1||4||None||> 25|
|RS500||Advanced I 3||1||1||Intermediate 4||> 20|
|RS800||Advanced III||1||1||Advanced I||> 20|
|Hobie 16||Cat I||1||3||None||> 25|
|Nacra F18||Cat II||1||3||Cat I 5||> 30|
|Nacra F18 Infusion||Cat III||1||3||Cat I||> 30|
|Kayak (single)||Kayak I||n/a||0||n/a||> 18|
|Kayak (double)||Kayak I||1||1||None||> 18|
|SUP||SUP||0||0 6||None||> 15|
|Windsurf L1||Windsurf L1||0||0||n/a||
|Windsurf L2||Windsurf L2||0||0||n/a||> 35|
|Windsurf HW||Windsurf HW||0||0||n/a||> 60|
1 - As reported in Environment Canada’s Strait of Georgia - south of Nanaimo reported wind speed
2 - The skipper must learn how to properly rig the boat through Mentorship or Lessons if certification was obtained on other fleets such as the FJ
3 - Advanced II certification required to use a spinnaker
4 - If the skipper has Advanced III certification they may sail with crew that does not meet this requirement employing their own discretion to discern if the crew has the necessary skills
5 - If the skipper has Cat III certification they may sail with crew that does not meet this requirement employing their own discretion to discern if the crew has the necessary skills
6 - A certified SUP member may bring a guest on a separate SUP board, instructing their guest on how to use the equipment safely
Rule/Policy 5.3.9: The Commodore and Fleet Captains (subject to supervision of the Commodore) may grant exceptions to the certification level required to skipper or crew a Club vessel based on the applicant’s previous documented sailing experience, certifications, and demonstrated aptitude.