ABYC is located in a vibrant area of Toronto, the Beaches. There are many amenities in the neighbourhood, including several grocery stores, restaurants, liquor and beer stores.
Visiting by land
Ashbridge’s Bay Yacht Club is located at the foot of Coxwell Avenue, at the west end of the boardwalk, adjacent to Toronto’s popular “Beaches” neighbourhood.
From the west
Take the Gardiner Expressway east to its termination at Lake Shore Drive. Continue on Lake Shore Drive to Coxwell. Turn right into Ashbridge’s Bay Park and bear to the right at the first fork. Continue on the Park Road past the Lion’s Club and the Toronto Hydroplane and Sailing Club into the parking lot. At the far southwest end of the lot is the entrance to ABYC.
From the east
Take Kingston Road west to Coxwell. Turn south on Coxwell and continue into Ashbridge’s Bay Park.
Visiting by boat
ABYC welcomes fellow sailors from around the world. If you’re sailing into ABYC for the first time, you will find the following information helpful.
Entrance to ABYC The entrance to the ABYC basin is at 43 39.35 Lat. 79 18.72 Long. The easternmost dock is the Visitor’s Dock (see map —click for larger image). Call ahead on VHF 68. The Dock Master will assign you to a slip.Our gas dock is located north of the Clubhouse in Coatsworth Cut. Make sure you stay within the channel marked by the port and starboard lateral buoys.
Water Depth The ABYC basin has water depths ranging from 18 feet at the southernmost docks to 6.5 feet at the northern wall (White Wall).
Once you’re settled in, you can take advantage of ABYC’s facilities, including licensed dining room and friendly bar, gas dock with gas, pump-out and ice services, hydro and water on each dock, coin-operated laundry facilites, children’s playground, gas BBQ’s and picnic tables.
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After docking, you might want to explore some of the amenities in our neighbourhood. Information about the popular “Toronto Beaches” area can be found at www.thetorontobeaches.com. You can also find interesting information about the Beaches and the rest of the City of Toronto on our Resources page.