CBYC cruises are planned every summer to allow members opportunities to discover new anchorages, learn from other members, and hone their sailing skills.

Weekend Anchorages

This new email group is intended for CBYC weekend cruisers to share information on choice destinations east and west of Collins Bay. Posts based on the recommendations of some of CBYC’s most seasoned cruisers are made every Friday morning.

All CBYC members are welcome to join the weekend anchorages email group. To do so, email and type in the subject line: Weekend anchorages – sign me up!

Organized Cruises

Traditionally, a handful of extended or long-weekend events are organized in advance between May and September. Themes and informal activities make these cruises a lot of fun, including daily happy hours, potluck meals and great stories. The line-up for the 2017 cruising season appears below.

May 20‒22 Victoria Day weekend cruise (tentative) Volunteer cruise captain required.
July 7‒9 Tall Ships Regatta Bath (guest port). Unorganized cruise destination.
July 14‒16 Gananoque weekend cruise Including Thousand Islands Playhouse performance. Cruise captains: Peter Feltham and Hélène Hubert (Cattitude).
July 23‒31 Around-the-County extended cruise Cruise captain: Phil Morris (Wavelength).
August 5‒7 Civic Holiday weekend cruise August 5-6: Prinyer Cove. Cruise captains: Robert Van Dyk and Marilyn Sykes (Day Dreams).

August 6-7: Hay Bay. Cruise captains: Lee and Crystal Baker (Knot Again).

Labour Day weekend cruise Waupoos. Cruise captains: Don Tardio and Patricia Mills (Seabatical).
September Fall weekend cruise (tentative) Volunteer cruise captain required.

Capable, friendly, dedicated and volunteer cruise captains are the key starting point of every extended and long-weekend cruise event. If you would like to volunteer or share your suggestions, contact