. . . A Toronto Sailing Club Where Members and Guests Can Be at Home on the Water
Ashbridge’s Bay Yacht Club (ABYC), one of Toronto’s premier sailing clubs for both novice and experienced sailors, is built on activity, on the water and ashore. Our members are involved in racing, cruising, and day-sailing during the boating season and participate in a diverse range of social events throughout the year. We’re a family-friendly club with activities and facilities for all ages.
Known for its spacious clubhouse with bar and restaurant in the heart of Toronto’s Eastern Beaches community, ABYC is also recognized throughout the Lake Ontario region and beyond for running major championship racing regattas, for nurturing sailors young and old through its highly respected sailing school, and for offering great camaraderie through cruising, parties and other events.
At Ashbridge’s Bay Yacht Club, it’s all about sailing and life on the water, and all about fun.
LYRA 2014 at Ashbridge’s Bay Yacht Club
In 2014, ABYC will host the 130th annual Lake Yacht Racing Association (LYRA) Annual Regatta. This event consists of both long-distance and course racing, with the the fleets representing numerous LYRA member yacht clubs in the Great Lakes. The racing extends from July 26 to August 3.
We are pleased to announce Skippers’ Plan Marine Insurance as the presenting sponsor for this prestigious regatta.
Experienced Regatta Chair Roger Van Vlack has assembled a team of talented and passionate volunteers to organize this event. If you have any input for the committee, you are welcome to reach out to Roger via email at email@example.com.
For more information visit us at lyra2014.com
Get into SAILING this summer!
ABYC LEARN TO SAIL OPEN HOUSE
Thursday, May 8, 2014, 6:00-9:00 p.m.
ABYC offers a variety of learn to sail programs for sailors of all ages and abilities, the ABYC Sailing School has something for everyone!
For more information on the open house see our flyer.
Racing at ABYC
Here is a video on weeknight racing at ABYC.
It was produced by club member Bill Hutchison of CTV Toronto.