GCBC is a community based boating club, locatedonly a few minutes outside of Guelph. Becoming a member isa great way to stay active, immerse yourself in nature and enjoya variety of activities such as sailing, canoeing and kayaking.
Membership Includes boat storage (one hull), BBQ usage, ramps for boat launches, and free Thursday night training! Club Races are held every Tuesday night; all members are welcome regardless of skill or experience. Club tours can be arranged if interested.
Please note that membership is fully booked for 2021. Please email email@example.com to be placed on a waiting list.
The Guelph Community Boating Club is looking forward to another successful season of its Kids Learn to Sail Program. Our program is designed for both beginners to more experienced sailors age 8-15. We offer Can Sail levels 1 through 4 so that campers can build on what they’ve learned each week or each year.
The Learn to Sail Program covers all aspects of dinghy sailing and is lead by award winning world class sailors from Guelph, educated, tested and certified by the Ontario Sailing Association. We are proud to offer this elite level of coaching for the lowest pricing in Ontario for a community based program.
In 2021 we remain committed to making camp a fun and safe place for your child to learn the sport of sailing. Our staff will be monitoring public health recommendations as the sailing season draws closer, and will be implementing a robust safety plan as we did last season.
It is our goal to provide a fun and healthy learning environment for campers and produce a solid roster of proficient sailors who can enjoy the sport for the rest of their lives. Registration will be opening soon
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Guelph Community Boating Club thriving in troubled times
Aug 5, 2020 10:51 AM By: Maxine Betteridge-Moes
Since its establishment over 40 years ago, the Guelph Community Boating Club has hosted regattas and other events for sailors of all ages and abilities in a quiet, tucked away corner of Guelph Lake.
This year is no different, as the pandemic has prompted many sailors to hone their skills on the water, including those in the Learn to Sail program for youth.
“It’s great that we’ve been able to stay open and welcome our members and kids back to the club. Utilization of our facilities has just been way up,” said Adam Wright, the commodore of the GCBC.