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The Northern Yacht Club is a two level multi functional building. The lower level can be rented for functions of any kind. The lower level is where the dance floor, bar, gaming room, kitchen, and washrooms are located. This level is wheelchair accessible, and has an approximately capacity for 99 people.

In 2015, the upper level was converted to the “Commodore’s Lounge” and is a area reserved for senior members of club and their guests.  With the change the upper level can not be rented, even if the lower level is being rented.

The club features large lower and upper viewing decks. This is the perfect spot to relax and enjoy the beautiful view of the North West Arm.

A new fundraiser

The Northside 4 Chase the Ace is a weekly ticket lottery benefiting the Emera Centre, Haley Street, Seaview Golf Club & the NYC Junior Sail Association.  Drop by the club weekly on Sunday from 1-3pm for entertainment and the excitement of the draw. For the most up-to-date information click on the logo below to open the event Facebook page.

Chase the Ace

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To ensure Sail Nova Scotia provides the very best for our recreational, racing and competitive sailors, it’s important to understand our demographics.  You can help – get counted.  It’s free, fast and, best of all, will help improve the sport of sailing for years to come.  Complete the form on the Sail Nova Scotia website by clicking the button below:


Upcoming Events

Jun 2016

Sail Canada Fundamental Course 2016 #3
30/06/2016 - 01/07/2016 at All Day

Jul 2016

Canada Day Sail Past 2016
01/07/2016 at 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Sail Canada Community Instructor Course 2016
03/07/2016 - 04/07/2016 at All Day
Chase The Ace
03/07/2016 at 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
NYC Summer Series
06/07/2016 at 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Race the Cape is five days of challenging point-to-point sail racing, both inland and coastal ocean, broken into five legs of up to 40 nautical miles through the island’s amazing Bras d’Or Lakes and along Cape Breton Island’s rugged Atlantic coast leading to the Cape Breton Highlands.


 

Our Annual Canada Day Sail Past and Blessing if the Fleet will begin at 10:00 am with barbecue and cake to follow at the club. At 1:30 boats will leave NYC for a Sail Past in Sydney this year as well. Many thanks to Dean Baldwin, who began this yearly tradition 4 years ago and continues the tradition each year.. Power and Sailboats welcome to participate ⛵️🛥 ... See MoreSee Less

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Check out NYC Junior Sailor Jack Gogan. Jack is representing Canada in Antigua at the North American Opti Championships. Jack has some great advice for competitive sailors. Wishing you the best of luck from the NYC Jack! ... See MoreSee Less

It's a little over one week until the athletes arrive in Antigua to train for Opti NAMs and this is the last (but certainly not least) profile in our series of athlete profiles for Team Canada: Nova Scotia sailor, Jack Gogan! NAME: Jack Gogan AGE: 12 CLUB/CITY: Northern Yacht Club/ Royal Nova Scotia Yacht Squadron SAIL NUMBER: CAN 1726 MY FUNNIEST SAILING MEMORY... In my second green fleet regatta in St. Margaret's Bay I was waiting for the Optis to start with the 420s. I was very scared that one of the 420s was going to hit me. I went a little farther away from the start but apparently some 420 girls had the same idea. When I was waiting for the race to start the 420 girls hit me right in the side of my boat. The crash was so hard that I fell backwards out of my boat and into the water! IF I WASN'T SAILING I'D BE... playing soccer or doing something with my friends WHEN I GRADUATE OPTIS... I would like to race a 420 with my older brother James. In three words what is your goal for Opti NAM in Antigua? FOCUS, FRIENDS, FUN!

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