You don't have to sail to enjoy the club. As a member, you’re free to come down to the club at any time with your newspaper or book and relax in a hammock or Muskoka chair as you enjoy the best views in the city. This means you can use the clubhouse on weekends too.
The Clubhouse is the centre of land-based fun. It’s your cottage in the city! It’s equipped with a kitchen, separate change rooms (Men's & Women's), cubbies to stow your gear in while sailing, and a sitting area with bulletin boards so you can comfortably finalize your plan of attack for your next sail.
The kitchen includes three fridges, a microwave, coffee maker, telephone and stereo/cd player. One of the fridges is dutifully stocked with beverages, which are available for a modest fee. Reusable glasses, utensils, plates, and other accessories are available for use.
Clean washrooms with running water and hot showers are provided and maintained by Toronto Island Marina, and are just feet from the Clubhouse.
The patio and shoreline are the most common places to find members hanging out. Picnic tables, hammocks, Muskoka chairs, charcoal and gas BBQs are available for use by you and your guests. Do we need to mention again they can be used on weekends? In addition, a grassy field behind the Clubhouse is covered with a canopy to provide shade and protection from the occasional summer rain.
Log books for signing out boats, PFDs for you and your guests, boat parts and accessories are stored in the Boathouse. Sails are stored in the Sailshed. Spare boat parts, a workbench, and tools are stored in the Toolshed.